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''. 

Bradford on Avon Railway Station, Wiltshire, december 6th (yes this sunday!)

A gentle stroll along the banks of the Avon canal with dog friendly cafes at either end of the walk. The canalside encompasses Barton Farm Country Park, so there should be ample opportunity to give your little one a good stretch. Dog walking Christmas shopping and maybe a swift half what more could you want? There is NO prize for anyone dressed in Father Christmas's outfit.

Post code: BA15 1DF

Meeting place : Bradford on Avon Railway Station

Meeting time : 11.00am

Duration: Approximately two hours.

For further information email info@weltaf.co.uk

Delamere Forest, cheshire, sunday 3rd january 2016

A shady oasis in the midst of the agricultural landscape of the Cheshire Plain. Delamere Forest is Cheshire's largest area of woodland and is a place for folk to let off steam, escape the crowds and find peace in the heart of the forest.   We will be walking the Blakemore Trail (2.7 miles),  which is an easy walk starting from the Delamere visitors centre.

Meeting place : Starting from the Delamere Information Centre

Map: Delamere visitor centre on google streetview click this link

Post Code: CW8 2JD

Meeting time : 12:30

Situated approximately 10 miles from the outskirts of Chester and close to the M56. The forest park is well sign -posted from the A54, A556 and B5152.

By rail - Delamere Station is situated on the outskirts of the forest and is a 5 minute walk from the Delamere visitors Centre.

For further information on getting there contact the Visitor Centre on 01606 889792  or email delamere@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

Email info@weltaf.co.uk for more information.

Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire, saturday 30th January 2016

This delightful circular walk will be around the main lake. This is a really beautiful walk of around four miles and takes around 1.5 hours, or slightly longer if strolling! The views and wildlife are amazing, whatever the weather. There are well marked footpaths, but in parts they are slightly uneven, so wear good sturdy shoes and bring waterproofs just in case. It is nearly all on the flat. At the half way mark there is a lovely van selling coffee and refreshments, with a few chairs for a rest if needed. There is a lovely café at the end of the walk for refreshments.

There is an admission fee at Clumber Park but it per car not per person and covers parking. It is free to NT members.

You can view some video of Clumber Park by clicking on this link

Post code: S80 3BE

Meeting place : Outside the shop at the Visitor Centre (loos and a sheltered area nearby)

Meeting time : 12:30

Duration: Approximately two hours.

For further information email info@weltaf.co.uk