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Although this summer bank holiday may look a little different than past summers, we are eagerly anticipating the long weekend to catch up with friends, family, sun (and sleep).

If you’re looking for a cheap, cheerful and relaxing way to spend this August bank holiday, then look no further, we have selected the top 5 things to do to cover your bank holiday plans.


There is no better way to socially distance than to enjoy the cinematic experience from the comfort of your own car. Drive in cinemas have made a comeback, bringing along the nostalgic notions of 1950’s America, with giant screens and fantastic food. A perfect way to get out and experience something new this bank holiday.

Head to Luna Drive In Cinema&The Drive in London to choose a film that suits you


Start off the bank holiday right with a large bottle of Rose’ (or Frose’ if the sun is out).

Time to pop open the fizz and enjoy what could be the most exciting meal of the day. You’ll need delicious food, your closest friends and PLENTY of prosecco.


Spend your bank holiday staycation at any of the lovely beaches Britain has to offer. Expect pin stripe deck chairs, sun, sea and many lively eateries. Top off the day with a stroll along the pier and soft scoop of ice cream to help you relax.

Beach destinations in the UK: Brighton, Cornwall, Bournemouth, Newquay, Southend


Want to get far away from your WFH office? Enjoy a breath of fresh air and beautiful scenery by exploring the outdoors and taking a nice walk through the park. Luckily, you’ll be spoiled for choice as the UK has an extensive range of gardens, parklands, woods and seaside cliff tops.


For an adventurous day out in the city, GoBoat offers the chance to rent your own picnic boat to experience a new unseen side of London. This gives you first-hand experience to access London’s stunning locations via the Thames. Pack your own picnic and fill the basket with delectable treats.

If you want to find out more, click here to visit their website to book your one of a kind picnic experience.

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