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Why is a picnic map the perfect place for a map? Picnics are a great time to stop, rest and chat. What better conversation starter than a map? Sit in the middle of your favourite National Park with a cheese sarni and plan your next adventure, or reminisce about favourite places you've visited. We have always been facinated by maps. When we went to Ordnance Survey with our idea to print their maps on our picnic mats we were over the moon that they thought it was a good idea too. Our first set of Ordnance Survey picnic mats had...

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Guy's lucky enough to have his birthday in July. The weather is normally glorious and we try to be somewhere nice for it. This year, like many years, we were in Dartmoor. It was the perfect day for a picnic walk. We parked up at Postbridge and walked along the tin miners path to East Dart waterfalls. The walk has glorious views, wild flowers, ponies and stepping stones, finishing up at a wonderful pool for wild swimming and a picnic. . .   

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     If you live in London you might like to know about Pea Shoot. Plant-based picnics, delivered straight to you. Give them 48hrs notice and they'll deliver seasonal, locally-sourced plant-based dishes to you, in London. Check them out here.   

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Our kids aren't great fans of swanky restaurants, up tight cafes and upmarket cake shops. They like to picinc. That's what we're used to. It's a much cheaper way to feed a family. And, better than that, it allows the freedom to roam and muck about outdoors. No rules or regulations. Every picnic is a mini adventure. Walking to a picnic spot gives a destination to a walk. It's a great way of creating your own meal time experience, eating a meal together in the most amazing spots. Picnicking is far more than just a picnic, it's a way of life.

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Here are a few of ours. If you have any to add, please do send them over to be included. 1. Bone Hill, Dartmoor. There's a great view, plenty of space, lots of rocks to hop and climb. Hide and seek and cops and robbers are brilliant games for a gang here.   2. Grimspound, Dartmoor. In the middle of a Bronze Age village, Grimspound, Dartmoor. What a view and so much exploring to be done. The boundary is 150 metres in diameter with the remains of 24 circles, 18 thought to be stone roundhouse, the other 6 store rooms.   3. Just...

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