take the dog for a walk - up and coming meetings!

Our walks are legendary and take place whatever the weather and everyone is welcome. If you don't have a Welsh Terrier but would like to meet some, you are more than welcome to come along and meet Britain's ''oldest native breed''. 

Shrewsbury, Shropshire sunday 15th February

Meet us for a walk on February 15th in historic Shrewsbury along the banks of the river Severn, through the Quarry park and back through the medieval heart of the town.

The walk is planned to be around 3 to 4 miles, the exact route will depend on the river levels on the day.

We will meet at the foot of Frankwell footbridge, opposite the Guildhall in Frankwell car park, and set off at 12-30. From there we will head alongside the river Severn, into the Quarry park (toilets are available there if needed). We will continue downstream and before making our way through the historic town centre, finishing back in Franwell car park.

Post code: SY3 8HQ

Meeting place : Meeting at the Frankwell Quay car park at the postcode above.

Meeting time : 12:30pm

Duration: Approximately two hours.

For further information email info@weltaf.co.uk

Shearwater Lake, Warminster, Wiltshire, sunday 15th March

Shearwater Lake, a haven for fishing and sailing, lies in the Longleat Estate - at the center of which is Longleat House, a splendid stately home, open to the public along with its garden and safari park.

The first part of this walk takes you around the edge of the Lake and through established open woodland. The second part is across open fields and through green lanes offering a wealth of wild flowers, butterflies and birds.

The walk finishes by re-entering the estate, passing through a plantation in which there are magnificent beech trees among the conifers.

Post code: BA12 8AE

Meeting place : We are meeting at the car park

Meeting time : 11:00 am

Have a look at the Shearwater Lake website for more information

Duration: Approximately two hours.

For further information email info@weltaf.co.uk

Seaton Sluice, Northumberland, saturday 21st March

Our community just love walking their dogs along the beach at Seaton Sluice, a long expanse of sandy beach, with views of blyths pier to the northern end, and Seaton Sluice harbor at the other. Plenty of free car parks along the entire seafront, great pubs for food and drink, and a nice fish and chip shop at the southern end of the beach!

Post code: NE26 4HQ (beach post code, however for sat nav use NE26 4JY)

Meeting place : We are meeting at the car park

Meeting time : 12 noon

Have a look at the Seaton Sluice wikipedia article for more information

Duration: Approximately two hours.

For further information email info@weltaf.co.uk

Bedford Priory, Bedford, sunday 14th June

The walk is a mixture of hardstanding paths and fields around the lakes and taking in part of the white water canoeing run where canoe slalom UK competition will be taking place also on the day.

Post code: MK41 9DJ

Meeting place : We are meeting at the visitor centre

Meeting time : 12:30 pm

Have a look at the country park website for more information

Duration: Approximately two hours.

For further information email info@weltaf.co.uk