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#795449 - 22nd May 2013 9:24pm somewhere to go with the dog
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Providing the weather is good eneough this bank holiday monday, me and my partner are planning on going out for the day. Somewhere on the wirral we can go (walk or drive to) spend the day, take the dog and sit down and have somthing to eat. The places we usually go to, when we get that rare day off together, take about an hour to walk round then we go home, lokking for somthing we can spend the day doing. Any suggestions on anything exciting we can do with the dog? what does everyone else on the wirral do?

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#795454 - 22nd May 2013 9:35pm Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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I like a leisurely walk down the Wirral way. Dogs love it .Probably need a packed lunch though

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#795459 - 22nd May 2013 9:51pm Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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Yes ,agree with above. Thurstaston to West Kirby and back or the other way round depending on transport.
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#795464 - 22nd May 2013 9:59pm Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: granny]
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I always take the dog to New Brighton,usually walk on the beach to the pirate ship then walk up to the derby pool & back over the dips.you can sit outside at the derby pool if the weather is nice & have something to eat & drink.
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#795501 - 22nd May 2013 11:31pm Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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I too recommend the coastline. Miles of it to choose fromand you can walk as little or as much as you like.
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#795506 - 22nd May 2013 11:46pm Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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If you have a car then go to Loggerheads.

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#795519 - 23rd May 2013 7:26am Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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Royden Park is nice and has a nice little cafe

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#795522 - 23rd May 2013 7:42am Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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Been to all the places mentioned` there all good,
However The one at the top of my places to go at the moment is Westkirby and walk across to Hilbre island take a bottle of water for your dog with you.

Starakita I would love to meet your dog he sounds just like mine.

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#795525 - 23rd May 2013 8:17am Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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We live in Tranmere and often walk the wheat sheaf in Thornton they
Let dogs in , it's mostly off road and is 6 miles we have a drink some bar food
And walk back that takes a big chunk of the day , and you are ready for a rest when you get home

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#795526 - 23rd May 2013 8:19am Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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We sometimes walk to west Kirkby then get the bus back that's a good walk , again mostly off road .

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#795549 - 23rd May 2013 10:29am Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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If anyone plans to walk to Hilbre Island, PLEASE make sure you know the TIDE TIMES and how to use them for a safe day out.

http://www.deeestuary.co.uk/hilbre/plan.htm

http://www.tidetimes.org.uk/hilbre-island-tide-times
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#795575 - 23rd May 2013 12:47pm Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: Vanmanone]
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Originally Posted By: Vanmanone
Been to all the places mentioned` there all good,
However The one at the top of my places to go at the moment is Westkirby and walk across to Hilbre island take a bottle of water for your dog with you.

Starakita I would love to meet your dog he sounds just like mine.
Theres a pic of her somewhere on here,think its in the pets when she was in kennels.She's a right smart one we'll be up in Eastham woods later while my daughter is at computer club.
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#795683 - 23rd May 2013 8:13pm Re: somewhere to go with the dog [Re: OutlawBlues]
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Thanks for all the replies. We live in wallasey so we go to New Brighton a lot, I love walking round there. I haven't been to royden park in years, think I only went there a couple of times as a kid but apparenty its not exciting enough for my partner frown
Loggerheads sounds great, think thats where we'll be headed.
Thank you all

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