We were also treated to some great entertainment - mainly for the children.
Roberts Bakery was established in 1887, and is the UK's 4th largest independent baker, producing two million bread loaves, rolls and bakery treats a week.
Roberts Bakery have created a free to download pack full of all kinds of activities and days out to keep you and your children busy all Summer. It includes the National Football Museum in Manchester, which I'll be posting about this week, and Red House Farm, home to the Little Fun Fest earlier this year. There are all kinds of activities to do together, such as making cereal box robots and dens, and even your own water park in the garden (which should be ace if the weather forecasters are right).
The 50 Days Of Summer pack also includes all of the recipes we tried during our picnic, plus plenty more sandwich inspiration for your picnic while you're out enjoying yourself. All of the recipes have been prepared with the guidance of acclaimed nutritionist Dr Carina Norris (C4 Turn Back Your Body Clock, author of four You Are What You Eat books).
Day 22 on the activity plan - Knowsley Safari Park!
Go on, have some fun - and put the excitement back into your butty while you're at it!
We were treated to the lovely picnic in return for posting.