Ever thought about theming your picnic?

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Check out these picnic ideas from food blogger Grace Hall of Amazing Eats that are inspired by Winne The Pooh (above, love the grape 'acorns'!) and Nemo (below, those tangerine Nemos!!)



AS well as working with Grace to deliver picnic inspo, DisneyLife assembled a panel of parenting and travel experts to created a shortlist of their top family picnic locations across the country, taking into account views and surroundings, accessibility, facilities and parking.  This was then put to a public vote of 2,000 British parents to discover the ultimate spot. Which have you been to? We've been to the Gower (pre kids, must go back!); Christchurch Meadow; Studland Beach and Richmond Park.


The Top 20 family picnic spots in the UK, according to parents, are:

  1. Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, Wales (22%)
  2. Padley Gorge, Derbyshire (21%)
  3. Aperporth Beach, Cardigan Bay, Wales (20%)
  4. Roundhay Park, Leeds (19.6%)
  5. Kyoto Gardens in Holland Park, London (19%)
  6. Jubilee Gardens, Beer, Devon (18%)
  7. Richmond Park, London (17%)
  8. Whiterocks Beach, Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland (17%)
  9. Studland Beach, Dorset (17%)
  10. Dolbadarn Castle, Snowdonia, Wales (16%)
  11. Tarn Hows, Lake District (15%)
  12. Stone Circles at Avebury, Wiltshire (15%)
  13. Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire (15%)
  14. Flint Castle, Flintshire, Wales (15%)
  15. Dovedale, Peak District (13%)
  16. Birches Valley Forest Centre at Cannock Chase Forest, Staffordshire (13%)
  17. Christ Church Meadow, Oxford (11%)
  18. Boden Boo woodland, edge of the River Clyde by the Erskine Bridge, Erskine, Scotland (10%)
  19. Bewl Water, Lamberhurts, Kent (10%)
  20. Galloway Forest Park, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland (9%)


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