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Easter Dog Agility Trail at Clumber Park

Have some fun with your dog this Easter with our stimulating agility course, then head to Central Bark café for a well-deserved Forthglade treat.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event (admission applies)

The agility course is set up opposite Central Bark, our dog friendly café. Have a go on the a-frame, seesaw, hurdles, tunnel and more. Don't forget to stop for a photo on the 'paws' box.

Once completed, your four-legged friend can enjoy a treat in Central Bark, and you can enjoy a cuppa and a slice of cake too.

Free event, no booking required.

Times

Prices

Event ticket prices

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

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The basics

Suitability

Children are welcome to join their dogs on the trail accompanied by an adult

Meeting point

The agility course will be opposite the entrance to Central Bark, which can be found between the walled kitchen garden and the cricket pitch.

What to bring and wear

Please dress appropriately for the weather.

Accessibility

The agility course area is accessible.

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