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Paws for Nature at Castle Ward

Park Road, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7BA
Jack Russell Terrier on a woman's lap sitting on a park bench. She is feeding him a piece of a cinnamon roll.

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You're invited to the ultimate doggy day out at Castle Ward Estate!
Unleash the fun with loads of delightful stalls, demonstrations, and bark-tastic training classes. Don't miss this fur-bulous opportunity to treat your four-legged friend to a day of paws-itively unforgettable activities!
It's going to be a pawsome time, no bones about it! So come, sit, and stay for a day that's bound to be a howling good time!

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Opening Times

Season (20 July 2024 - 21 July 2024)
DayTimes
Saturday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00

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