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If you fancy taking in some local scenery whilst you are visiting us there are some really nice walks with varying levels of difficulty.

We have lots of footpaths in the local area. From the farm there is a circular walk which takes you through the middle of the farm, around to Acton Burnell and back to the Caravan Site. You are likely to spot Hares, Red Kites, Squirrels, Buzzards, Pheasants, Ducks and many other song birds amongst the many many sheep. We have done lots of work with nature schemes to encourage breeding pairs of curlew and lapwing to come back on the farm, so it is really important that dogs be kept on a lead to protect these ground nesting birds who are becoming so rare.

If you are feeling slightly more energetic then you can walk from the Caravan Site, mostly through fields, up The Lawley, which is a lovely gentle climb to the top with super views all around. A popular trail for walkers and horse riders, if you are lucky you might bump into the Highland Cows who roam the hill.

Recently our boys went to Haughmond Hill, short drive of about 15 minutes. Owned by the Forestry Commission there are several trails, with some suitable for mobility buggys and scooters. This is a great place for dog walkers, with clips attached to the picnic tables so you can enjoy a handsfree picnic. They also have trails where you can walk without your dog on a lead which are marked. We particularly enjoyed the children's activity trail where they got to have photos taken and Zog the Dragon appeared!

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