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      I'm going to be spending a few days near Hereford, which is not a part of the country I know well. Are there any good craft/needlework shops in the area?




      We are taking our Labrador, Mungo, with us. Any suggestions for good dog walks for him?

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      Not sure about the shopping, but check out the following links for doggy walks (Symonds Yat is beautiful, but best keep Mungo on a lead as there are some awful drops where some dogs have died).

      https://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry...symondsyatrock

      http://www.wyedeantourism.co.uk/discover/thingstodo

      Ross on Wye is a nice town with walks by the river.
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      Thank you for those suggestions. I went on a field trip in the Wye Valley when I was doing A-level geography and we had to do a transect of Symonds Yat and traffic counts in Ross. That was in 1973, so it would be interesting to see how they have changed. We always have Mungo on a lead when we go walkies - he likes to know where we are and so he wanders more on a long lead than if we let him loose! But he loves chasing balls all over our local recreation ground, so he gets the bulk of his exercise that way.

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