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Where you can & can't take your dog
There are areas within North Norfolk where walking your dog is not permitted. There are other areas where you must keep your dog on a lead. The following documents include maps. Areas outlined in red indicate where dogs are not permitted and areas outlined in blue indicate where dogs must be kept on a lead.
- Quayside, Blakeney (footpath)
- All Saints Churchyard, Catfield
- Town Council Garden, Cromer
- Community Play Area, Erpingham
- Village Green, Felbrigg
- Playing Field, Gimingham
- Peacock Lane, Holt
- Kelling Road, Holt
- Neil Avenue, Holt
- Memorial Garden, Holt
- Cemetery, Cley Road, Holt
- Playground, High Street, Ludham
- Memorial Park Play Area, North Walsham
- Playground, Bears Road, Paston
- Play Area, School Road, Potter Heigham
- Playground, West Raynham
- Playing Field, Moor Lane, Sculthorpe
- Cooper Road Play Area, Sheringham
- Cromer Road Play Area, Sheringham
- Playground, Esplanade, Sheringham
- Sheringham Sports Association, Weybourne Road
- Recreation Ground, Stalham
- St Michaels Churchyard, Sutton
- Playground and Village Green, Warham
- The Quay, Wells-next-the-Sea
Dogs on beaches
As much as we love dogs here in North Norfolk, there are areas during certain times of the year where they are not welcome, or where they must be walked on a lead (of no more than 1.8 metres). The Dogs on Leads, Beaches Order 2007 and The Dogs Exclusion, Beaches Order 2007 apply between 1 May and 30 September inclusive.
Find out where and when you can walk your dog on beaches in North Norfolk by downloading our 'Dogs Welcome in North Norfolk' leaflet.