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National Picnic Week

National Picnic Week begins on the 16th June, so if you’re looking for the perfect place to enjoy your marmalade sandwiches alfresco look no further than our top 20 list of perfect picnic destinations:

– Keats House, Hampstead Heath – London
– Western Pleasure Ground, Heaton Park – Manchester
– Western Boating Lake, Victoria Park – London
– Old Harry Rocks, Studland Beach – Dorset
– The Athenian Acropolis, Calton Hill – Edinburgh
– The Azalea Gardens, Kew Gardens – London
– By the river at Bolton Abbey – Yorkshire
– The Kyoto Gardens, Holland Park – Kensington London
– Waterloo Lake, Roundhay Park – Leeds
– Greenwich Hill, Greenwich Park – London
– On top of the hill at Devil’s Dyke – Brighton
– Avon Valley Wildlife Park – Bristol
– St John’s Lodge, Regent’s Park – London
– The pool, King’s Heath Park – Birmingham
– The Horniman Museum, Forest Hill – London
– Jesmond Dean and Vale – Newcastle
– Avebury – Wiltshire
– Pembroke Hill, Richmond Park – London
– The Rosery Gardens, Battersea Park – London
– Lakeside, Fell Foot Park – Windermere

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