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3 April 2013

Lost Gardens of Heligan lift 10-year dog ban

Those enjoying a stay in dog friendly cottages in Cornwall with their pet will be happy to hear that a popular Cornish tourist attraction has lifted its decade-long dog ban. The Lost Gardens of Heligan formerly banned dogs from its grounds during the summer months, but this summer will see all of this change.

George Elworthy, managing director for the Lost Gardens, has said that a dog can be a really important family member for lots of people, and that they have implemented this change so that even more families and their dogs can enjoy the beautiful grounds of the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

The only request for dog-owners is that they keep pets on a short lead and make sure that they are well-behaved for the benefit of other patrons. The tearoom, shop, plant sales and stewardry are off-limits for dogs, but other than this, they are free to enjoy the beauty of the Lost Gardens of Heligan this summer and for the rest of the year.

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