Each bank holiday allows us to spend more time with loved ones and, better yet, share some delicious food. With life slowly going back to normal, we’re celebrating some of the best activities to enjoy over the bank holiday weekend, so bring your favourite Wall’s Pastry snacks and enjoy some cherished time with the ones you love most.
Visit your local beach
The UK is home to some truly breath-taking beaches and the bank holiday provides a great opportunity to travel a little further afield to reach one.
- Take a flask of tea and pitch up a chair to spend the day at your nearest beach to unwind and relax, After a long day of playing rounders, swimming in the sea, and feeling the sand between your toes, why not enjoy a picnic spread and share one of our Bacon and Cheese Quiches to really fill you up
- The best way to find your local beach is to use the National Trust website, to explore what’s not too far away this bank holiday
Go camping or glamping
Whatever your style this bank holiday, camping has always been one of the nation’s favourite activities and a great way to see what the UK has to offer.
- After building your tent for the evening and sitting round a warm, cosy fire, tuck into one of our hearty Cheese and Onion Rolls – delicious!
- For some inspiration to help keep your hunger at bay or to toast a treat on the campfire, these recipes have everything to suit all tastebuds – from cinnamon rolls to baked potatoes
Explore our history
Museums are great way to expand your mind and learn something new. With a variety of museums across the country, there is plenty for you to explore.
- Discover how humans evolved in the National History Musuem, admire the story of European art at The National Gallery or immerse yourself in the home of iconic engineering at the National Railway Musuem
- Take a break from a day of learning and share our Snack Sausage Rolls, there’s plenty to go around for all the family
You can buy our selection of Wall’s Pastry snacks from a range of Asda, Tesco and convenience stores around the UK.