Visit a Pick-Your-Own Farm
Spending time with the family on a farm that lets you pick your own is a great way to embrace autumn. Nothing beats being out and about in fresh air, feeling connected with nature by picking fruit and vegetables in a wide, open field. There's something both traditional and modern about Pick-Your-Own farms, just pick your chosen fresh fruit or vegetables and then pay at the farm shop.
For a full list of Pick-Your-Own farms in Britain visit http://www.pickyourownfarms.org.uk/, all you need to do is select your region to locate a farm in your area.
Go on an autumnal walk
There are so many beautiful autumn walks in the UK. Throughout the season, the British countryside is alive with a palette of colours waiting to be discovered across breath-taking landscapes.
From woodlands of golden leaves, glistening blue lakes, green flora and, if you're lucky, some red squirrels or deers along the way, there are so many beautiful autumn walks in the UK that help you uncover its beauty. Here is a collection of the best walks to take this autumn courtesy of The National Trust... https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lists/best-walks-for-autumn-highlights
Visit a Deer Park
Deer spotting is a great activity to while away a Sunday morning. Dig out your wellies, pack a picnic and head to a park to try and catch a glimpse of these elegant creatures. In Britain we are lucky enough to have a huge number of parks where deer roam, allowing wildlife lovers and explorers to get up close and personal to wild deer. The three largest species of deer (red, fallow and sika) all rut in the autumn and are easy to watch in parks and in the wild. Find out where you can see these magnificent animals in action with The Culture Trip's best deer spotting parks list - https://theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/articles/the-best-deer-...
Make Divine Chocolate Apples
When Autumn ushers in dark mornings and cold nights, make the most of the evenings in with a nostalgic favourite. Apples are a classic autumnal staple, whether bobbed or wrapped in toffee. So why not try our recipe with chocolate? http://www.divinechocolate.com/uk/recipes/truffles-treats/divine-chocola...
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