Great British Dog Walk
19 April 2020
county/area: North Yorkshire

What to expect:

  • Free dog bandana with every adult ticket – to help your four legged friend look even cuter.
  • Weekend walks – there will be something to suit every schedule.
  • Fun for dogs – we’re all about dogs!
  • Depending on which walk you take part in, we have dog agility, shows and games.
  • Meet a hearing dog – find out how deaf people have reconnected with life.
  • If you ask people to sponsor you or your dog, and raise more than £50, we’ll send you a special Great British Dog Walk certificate to mark your achievement!
  • When you support The Great British Dog Walk you help deaf people leave loneliness behind and reconnect with life.


Temple Newsam: the important details

When: Sunday 19 April 2020

Where: Temple Newsam, Temple Newsam Rd, Leeds LS15 0AE


Registration: 10am Walk start time: 11am Cost: Adults: £10 online, £12 on the day, Children (under 16): free


Distance: 3km (Family Route) or 8km (Scenic Route)


Minimum Sponsorship: No minimum sponsorship but if you raise more than £50 you'll receive an exclusive Great British Dog Walk certificate


Terrain: The routes are over varied terrain and some areas can be uneven, for this reason we recommend you contact us to discuss any mobility issues.


Parking: Parking available and free. Parking closer to the house may incur a charge.


More: This is a great opportunity to explore the beautiful grounds of Temple Newsam with a great group of people and their four-legged friends!


There will be a Hearing Dog demonstration and a fun dog show to enjoy before and after the walk, so get your tickets and we shall see you there!


Because of the number of dogs expected, we do ask that dogs are kept on lead for the duration of the walk.

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PLEASE CHECK with the organiser/venue BEFORE YOU SET OUT to confirm dates, times, facilities etc and to ensure that dogs are allowed.
Remember: some dog shows do not allow pet dogs to attend.

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