With the weather looking sunny this weekend, residents may be considering meeting up in a group of six.

And what better way to celebrate than with a picnic? Here are just a few of our favourite picnic spots in Berkshire.

South Hill Park

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Ringmead, Bracknell RG12 7PA

This beauty spot in Bracknell has got gorgeous views and is ideal for families to enjoy a picnic.

There is plenty to see at South Hill Park, including its elegant red-brick mansion of an Arts Centre and maze gardens where the children can enjoy playing.

Windsor Great Park

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The Crown Estate Windsor Great Park SL4 2HT

We couldn't have a list of picnic spots without including this local beauty!

Home to 4,800 acres of sweeping parkland, award-winning gardens, ancient woodland and forest trails that are just waiting to be explored.

There is something for everyone within Windsor Great Park, at any time of year.

Just bring along a picnic blanket and some friends and enjoy the scenery.

Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

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Lily Hill Rd, Bracknell RG12 2RX

Lily Hill Park is a beautiful, spacious green space surrounded by woodland.

It also features the longest picnic table in The UK - what more could you want?

The historical park is popular for with walkers, runners, and those just wanting to lay back and relax for a few hours.

It includes woodlands, formal gardens and some unique wooden sculptures.

Caversham Court Gardens, Reading

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Church Rd, Reading RG4 7AD

Take a picnic blanket and enjoy the beautiful scenery in Caversham Court Gardens.

It's a public garden a mansion located on the north bank of the River Thames in Caversham, Reading.

Bursting with beauty and history, the gardens recently won the prestigious Green Flag Award, as well as a Green Heritage Site award again in 2019.

For a picnic with a relaxing view of the river and surrounded by nature in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Reading, look no further.

Cookham Moor

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2 High St, Cookham, Maidenhead SL6 9SG

This is a lovely long walk in Cookham by the riverside with plenty of green space so your group of six can have a picnic.

The sunset in the evenings looks gorgeous when it reflects off of the river, where you can enjoy the beautiful homes opposite.

Black Park Slough

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Black Park Rd, Slough SL3 6DS

This country park in Wexham has 250 hectares of land for you to walk around.

There's a beautiful green space in the park where you can set up a picnic blanket and enjoy some food with friends. This park also has beautiful woods for you to explore and a lake.