The Centenary Way Great Dog Walks for Dog Walkers in Haxby

Is a route devised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Yorkshire County Council. It was opened by Chris Brasher in 1989 to mark the Centenary of the governance by County Councils. The route runs across the Howardian Hills and Yorkshire Wolds via Castle Howard and Wharram Percy, linking York and the Foss Walk with the Yorkshire ... Read more

Great Dog Walks for Dog Walkers in Haxby and Strensall

1. Lowfield Drive to Crossmoor Lane From the Memorial Hall walk towards York Road and at the roundabout continue on Station Road to Usher Lane. Walk up Usher Lane and turn left into Oaken Grove and in a few minutes turn right up Lowfield Drive. At the top of Lowfield Drive turn right to follow ... Read more

Dog Walkers in York Affected by the Rising Flood Waters

  Dog Walkers in York have been heavily affected by the rising flood waters, the once beautiful walks along the river banks are no longer passable, even when the waters are receding the ground is so sodden that they are still treacherous and definitely not a pleasurable experience.   But there are still some areas ... Read more

Westfield Wood Great Dog Walks for Dog Walkers in Haxby & Wigginton

Westfield Wood is located on the northern side of the York Ring Road, next to the villages of Wigginton and Haxby. It has been planted on approximately six hectares of formerly arable farmland as part of the Forestry Commissions Millennium Wood Project. The woods are laid out in a roughly rectangular shape with residential property situated next ... Read more

Strensall Common Great Dog Walks for Dog Walkers in York

  Strensall Common forms part of an important lowland heath that lies within the Vale of York. As the information signs explain, the fact that it has been used by the military since the late 19th century has preserved and protected it from development.     Strensall Common is a very popular area for many ... Read more