It's Friday, which means it's time to start planning something fun for the next couple of days. The weather has cooled but it is still warm enough to enjoy being outdoors. Here are five outdoor activities to do this weekend.
1. Find a scenic spot for a picnic
Embrace the end of National Picnic Week (16th to 25th June) by visiting a picnic spot with a scenic view and some delicious summer recipes, including making your own elderflower cordial to enjoy the British countryside this weekend.
2. Go rock pooling
For fun summer activity, head to the seaside to hunt for crabs and other sea creatures in rock pools. Learn how to identify crabs and introduce your family to the exciting side of ecology.
For information and tips on how to crab: www.countryfile.com/explore-countryside/food-and-farming/how-go-crabbing-kids
3. Smell the roses: Rose Festival, Devon: 17 June - 30 July
Celebrate the nation's favourite flower with a trip to the Rose Festival at RHS Garden Rosemoor in Devon. With 200 different varieties and a range of hues, Rosemoor has one of the UK’s largest collections of roses, from cottage garden climbers to bright and beautiful container plants.
For more information including a list of festival events, visit www.rhs.org.uk/gardens
4. Walk: Sandwood Bay, Sutherland
Explore glorious Sandwood Bay in Sutherland on this 12-mile hike across wild moors and through mighty dunes.
5. Enter the Countryfile Calendar competition!
Have you got what it takes to win this year's Countryfile Calendar Competition? The 2018 competition has launched with the theme ‘Call of the Wild’. The 12 best photos will be published in the Countryfile 2018 calendar, sold in aid of BBC Children in Need.
Find out more about the theme, how to enter and photography tips here
Images: ©Getty/BBC Countryfile
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