Things are looking a little brighter up and down the country.
Spring has sprung, and the lockdown restrictions have eased, meaning we can now gather in groups of six outside, or with another household.
So why not celebrate our newfound bit of freedom, after all you definitely deserve to after the year we have all been having.
And what could be more fun, than an al fresco meal with those that you love?
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Well Morrisons have just the thing to make a picnic a hassle free and affordable option.
The supermarket have launched new food boxes and platters especially for the occasion.
The boxes are packed with all manner of delicious items, and there are two limited edition boxes to pick from.
The first is the family picnic box which cost £26, and includes lots of yummy treats including sausage rolls, scotched eggs, crisps, sausages, cheese, bread, ham, brownies and Haribo.
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There is also a Luxury Ploughmans Picnic Box for £30, which sounds utterly divine.
This includes items including a British Farmhouse Trio Cheese Selection, Champagne truffles and Sicilian lemonade.
And if you really want to enjoy yourself you can upgrade the box with a bottle of Prosecco for just a fiver.
Thirdly, if you still want to keep you meet-ups to two people, Morrisons have launched an Adult Picnic Platter For Two, which is just £10.
This includes pork pies, scones, cherry bake wells, and much, much more.
Aidan Buckley, Director of Food to Order at Morrisons said: “We know our customers will be excited to get out into the sun and meet up with friends and family that they haven’t been able to see during lockdown.
“Whether planning a classic picnic or a luxury spread, these two new food boxes offer something for everyone to share and enjoy in the park or back garden.”