Best picnic sets: Here’s everything you need to elevate your upcoming socially distanced picnic
While there’s no denying the catastrophic (and on-going) impacts of Coronavirus, there have been a couple of positive outcomes. Not least our heightened appreciation for friends and family – and an overwhelming desire to see them in person the very second we can.
The latest lockdown might be lifting ever, so, slowly, but if all goes according to the roadmap plan, by 29 March we can meet in groups of up to six outdoors. (Currently, you can only meet with one other person from another household). So, what better way to make use of this easing of restrictions than through the humble art of picnicking. Meeting friends for chats and outdoor pack-up lunches/wine/*all* the cheese – with our picnic bags and blankets on hand – is something we’re counting down the days to, even if it means we’ll need a jacket and an extra blanket for the moment.