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Grab your picnic basket, fill it with goodies and head to any one of these glorious picnic spots. The Bank Holiday weekend is finally here - and luckily for you, the weather looks like it's going to be hot, hot, hot here in Cambridge.
Naturally, with the sun beaming down over the city, you're going to want to get out and explore.
Cambridge is full of glorious open green spaces, where you can while away the hours with a good book and some nibbles. This article was originally published in Julyhowever we have updated it especially for the bank hols! While Midsummer Common has been long established as home to Midsummer House, its summer picnicking potential is all thanks to the new guard of Cambridge chefs and entrepreneurs.
Head over to Thirsty bar any given evening and pick up some Dingley Dell Porchetta Provenance Kitchenor maybe lime drenched halloumi in a mix and match mezze box Wandering Yak. With beautiful views of the river Jubilee Gardens in Ely are the perfect spot to enjoy a picnic with your family. There is play equipment for the kids and a lovely antique shop The Maltings around the corner for when the sun gets too much. A long established picnic spot, but The Red Bull in Newnham is offering even hardcore scotch egg lovers a way to up their picnic game. Try Derby Stores on a Thursday, when a fresh conment of delicious bagels sits by the front door.
Go for the wide open spaces to sit and sip prosecco, or stay for the smell of cocoa bark in the sensory garden. A real all-rounder of a picnic spot, offering bike hire, open-water swimming, paddle-boarding and fishing. The excellent host of the annual Cambridge Folk Festival, Cherry Hinton Hall Park still has plenty to offer: table tennis, a play park with enough interest even for older kids the aerial runway in particular and a nature area complete with ornamental wildfowl.
A picnic spot that requires a bit of planning, the Newnham Riverbank Club operates out of a lush and well-shaded garden, soundtracked by echoes of shouting punters and insects whirring. What's On. By Lily James. Get quick and easy recipes straight to your inbox Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later.
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