It’s official. In a couple of weeks time (from March 29th), the ‘rule of six’ will return. This means six people, or two different households, can meet outside. What’s more, the current advice of staying in your local area to exercise will also be abolished from the 29th March, and instead people will be encouraged to reduce their travel, but no distance limits will apply. So with that being said, we thought we’d get you prepared in advance and put together a simple ‘5 things you can do with a group of six people (or less)’.
(It’s also worth noting that organised sport will be allowed to resume from March 29th, meaning a return of tennis, golf, rugby, cricket and football.)
Did somebody say April heatwave? Lets hope and pray Summer arrives early so you can fire up the grill and set up the perfect get together outside. Don’t forget, every great party needs a great cocktail, we recommend a Sangria or Mojito.
Grab a white sheet, a projector and a couple of pillows and blankets. What do you get? The perfect set up for a movie night in your garden with six friends or family.
As we head in to April, the weather is is beginning to warm and the thought of a picnic becomes more and more tempting. Why not gather 6 friends (within two households), along with a selection of snacks and beverages. Don’t forget the blankets!
Here’s an idea. Sign you and a couple of friends up for an outdoor gym or bootcamp class? Nothing better than fresh air and endorphins. Plus, this will give you the opportunity to burn off the lockdown at-home indulgence (yes, we’re guilty!).
Fancy a party in your garden with up to six friends but don’t want to upset your neighbours with the noise? We’ve got the perfect solution for you. Hire or purchase a silent disco kit with headphones and transmitters. All that’s left to do is add the music and you’re set for a very fun evening.