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How about geocaching? NT good. Also check your local authority - many do things like guided walks/activities in parks etc.
Am in sarf London . National trust good thought.
Posted too soon , write out a list of things to find either on the beach or in a wood that gives your daughter something to do whilst you walk . Can be all sorts of things like a black stone , white stone , forked stick , pointy leaf etc.
Any beaches nearby ,you could do some rock pooling or beach combing .
Any National Trust places nearby? Lots of them allow dogs and nice places to walk them and usually plenty of space for kids to run and wear each other out.Whereabouts in the UK are you?
Half term looming and dd off in sport camp today. Friend coming tomorrow so will take them to adventure playground then lunch out in park cafe. Trying to think of other child and pooch friendly activities ESP for later in week when due to be freezing. Dd is 9, nearly 10 and reluctant to walk dog with me so I need to find ways of combining. Any ideas?
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