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There is peace here and wide expanses for walking and exercising your dog.

The gentle countryside is ideal for cycling, walking, bird watching, or romantic weekends.

Her long-term aim is to lose another five stone and is eyeing size 14 as her goal dress size.

She added: 'A few weeks ago I set myself a challenge that by the end of May I would log 150,000 steps for my seven days and I went well over that in the first week.'I'm aiming for about 35-40,000 steps a day for the whole of the month.

Most doggers now, because of bad publicity and various dogging news items that have happened to dogging since it hit main stream news, now pre-arrange meetings to avoid disappointment.

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