Map Your Favourite Picnic Spot June 13 2018
National Picnic Week 15th-24th June 2018
We Brits love our picnics, and what better way to spend time with family and friends away from the hustle and bustle of every day life.
There's nothing like taking a stroll through the countryside to your favourite spot and sharing a delicious picnic.
In the UK we are spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful locations, whether it's the stunning Cornish coast or the rugged peaks of the Lake District we all have our favourite place to picnic. And if you can't get out to the countryside our towns and cities have some gorgeous and easily accessible parks, London is said to be one of the greenest cities in the world! So get out in the fresh air and enjoy a picnic in your favourite setting.
With our postcode centred maps we can capture your favourite picnic spot on one of our canvases or framed prints...
...or to make a real statement we can print your favourite picnic spot on our self-adhesive map wallpaper, a great way to make a feature wall! Choose from a selection of set sizes or we can make a wallpaper to your bespoke size - fill in our online quote form for a price and a free digital proof.
We have a great selection of maps in different styles and at different scales.
If you're not sure which map to choose we've picked out some of our favourite picnic spots below on three of our different Ordnance Survey maps:
London's Hyde Park is approx 350 acres and as well as the memorials, fountains and statues there are plenty of green areas and gardens which make ideal picnic spots. This Ordnance Survey high detail street map shows great detail within the park and is the perfect style of map for any urban area with parks located within it.
The National Trust have some beautiful locations around the country, Longshaw is a great place to walk with meadows, ponds and woods to explore all shown here on Ordnance Surveys Explorer Map. This map is a superb walking map showing footpaths, streams and contours so you can find your ideal place for a picnic.
If it's a coastal setting you're after where better than the North Devon coast? Woolacombe beach is a three-mile long stretch of golden sand so plenty of space to sit with a picnic and watch the waves lap onto the shore. Woolacombe beach and the surrounding area can be seen on this Ordnance Survey Landranger Map, giving a great overview of the beach and surrounding area.