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Stratford Greenway


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Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Picnic Areas, Refreshments Available

About this walk
This walk follows an old railway line and rather appropriately has a cafe at the Milcote picnic site (in between Welford on Avon and Clifford Chambers) which is a converted railway carriage where dogs always receive a warm welcome from the owner and his two dogs! It is a nice, easy flat walk and you can walk right into Stratford upon Avon. The car park can get rather full and the route is very popular with cyclists so these are things worth bearing in mind.
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Comments (2)

  • Gonzos profile

    a month ago

    Can dogs go off the lead here?
  • SarahTimms profile

    a month ago

    I let mine off, as do many others. I just pop her back on the lead when other onlead dogs approach. Careful of cyclists though
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Milcote Rd, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 8JW, UK

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