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Cornmill Meadows

Waltham Abbey

Type of walk

Flat, Forest

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Animals On Route, Picnic Areas, Water On Route

About this walk

Cornmill Meadows is a beautiful walk which can be as short or as long as you require. Dogs can run free, there is lots of green space and water for dogs that like a swim. Great for birds and wildlife. You can walk through the meadow into the Abbey Gardens and from here you can grab lunch or a coffee. If you are after a coffee visit 'Annies Coffee Shop' as this is dog friendly. Keep your eyes pealed in the evenings for the local barn owl hunting over the reed beds and the Kingfisher if you are there in the day. Great walk, peaceful, pretty and pooch perfect!

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    VULPES

    4 months ago

    One for the summer.
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How to get there

Address

Abbey Church Centre, Waltham Abbey EN9 1XQ, UK

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