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Luxury Tweed 2 Person Picnic Hamper Basket from The Basket Company | Review and Competition

PR sample It has been a mixed Summer this year but we have been making the most of the sunshine. We have enjoyed lots of local walks,...

Luxury Tweed 2 Person Picnic Hamper Basket from The Basket Company
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It has been a mixed Summer this year but we have been making the most of the sunshine. We have enjoyed lots of local walks, a few days trips and a some picnics too! And accompanying us on our picnics has been the gorgeous Tweed 2 person picnic hamper from The Basket Company.

Made from a lovely honey coloured willow with tan faux leather straps and handle, the picnic hamper includes:

- 2 knives
- 2 forks
- 2 spoons
- 2 plates,
- a bottle opener and
- a removable cool bag section.

Lined in rich green tweed style fabric and with quality accessories, this one is a perfect 2-person picnic hamper. I have been loving using this picnic hamper. It is well made (as expected of products from the Basket Company) and the cutlery good quality and held in place with leather straps. The cool bag is the perfect size and roomy enough to pack in plenty of food. I just wish two wine glasses were also provided. Not a deal breaker though as overall the hamper is practical and gorgeous.

Luxury Tweed 2 Person Picnic Hamper Basket from The Basket Company

Luxury Tweed 2 Person Picnic Hamper Basket from The Basket Company

Luxury Tweed 2 Person Picnic Hamper Basket from The Basket Company

Luxury Tweed 2 Person Picnic Hamper Basket from The Basket Company

Luxury Tweed 2 Person Picnic Hamper Basket from The Basket Company


The forecast for the rest of the month shows a lot of sunshine and we are looking forward to get more use from this gorgeous picnic hamper.

The 2-person tweed picnic hamper is priced at £67.50 and can be purchased online from www.thebasketcompany.com

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93 comments

  1. i do not have a particular please but i love somewhere with a view

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  2. love our local spot luskentyre we always go there

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  3. I love our local park its right next to a Cricket ground and you can see lumley Castle, the park is fabulous, lots to do & such a great day out

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  4. It's called the Rankle burn and is near St Marys Loch in the Scottish Borders - beautiful picnic spot.

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  5. I love Tyrrels Wood in Norfolk. close to home and lots of fun for the family

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  6. My favourite picnic place is on an Oxford punt on the river Cherwell as there is something very soothing about the gentle trickle of the water as the punt glides.

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  7. My favourite is one from my childhood - the beach at Bamburgh!

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  8. Our local country park - I know what I'm getting, it's pretty and my kids have been visiting since they were young.

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  9. My favourite picnic spot is at Hollingworth Lake Country Park and Visitor Centre in Littleborough.

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  10. Morecambe bay cliff top - the views are spectacular and it's peaceful too

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  11. The ruins of Roche Abbey are a great backdrop for a lovely picnic.

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  12. we love Castleford near Mam tor. beautiful views

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  13. I love visiting Alexandra Park in my home city of Bath - it is peaceful and overlooks the city.

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  14. My favourite place to picnic is Whitlingham Country Park in Norfolk. It's wonderful to sit and bird watch whilst you picnic and also there is a man made river where you can watch sailing, wind-sailing and much more. It's surrounded by trees and is so beautiful and peaceful.

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  15. Love Westward Ho beach, great surf and fun day, followed by a wonderful sunset.

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  16. We used to live in Cyprus (the south) and they have communal picnic areas with barbecues, just bring charcoal and food. They are really in nice places, overlooking the sea or a forested area. People don't miss use them and my favourite is just outside Ayia Napa, we were just sitting having a takeaway coffee and a group of Cypriot youngsters started walking towards us, I started thinking "Trouble", which to be fair is unusual (still in UK mode.), the biggest one, with a huge beard, presented a couple of huge paper plates and covered in salad, Pitta breads, grilled meats and cheese, he just said in broken English "For you." Then they went back to their party. Never will forget that, having lived there, they are a warm and generous people. If you aver visit, try to get away from the tourist areas.

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  17. We have a cycle path next to the stream running through the outskirts of our village with a 20 metre grass verge running along side of the cycle path perfect for picnics

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  18. I love to picnic at Otley Chevin as the views are magnificent.

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  19. Aberdyfi beach in west Wales - it's on an estuary, so the views are not out to sea but across to another beach and mountains, it's lovely!

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  20. Malham Cove Yorkshire Dales sitting on the Limestone pavement fresh air and the view is tremendous

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  21. This is just perfect for our Geocaching days out, super prize

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  22. Margaret Clarkson
    I like to picnic near a local beck, as it is relaxing being near the water.

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  23. In a local park that has plenty for my son to keep him occupied

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  24. I love going to the Mere in ellesmere because the views are stunning on a summer’s day and it’s so peaceful there

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  25. Over Cannock Chase with the children, very beautiful views and lots of places to explore after!

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  26. Kings Cross beach on the Isle of Arran - a lovely sheltered beach with shallow water and backed by a bluebell wood!

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  27. my favourite picnic spot is Clent Hills x

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  28. My favourite place for a picnic is Heaton park.

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  29. Holkham Beach on the north Norfolk coast is my favourite picnic spot as I've been going there for over 50 years

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  30. Arthurs seat overlooking Edinburgh

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  31. Bolton Abbey in the Yorkshire Dales. Really scenic and lovely to picnic by the river with the abbey view.

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  32. The Erewash Canal, Nottinghamshire, it's so pretty and relaxing, love all the wildlife there

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  33. Aberdovey beach because it is so beautiful

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  34. fiona waterworth25 August 2019 at 19:33

    We love Darnholme in yorkshire, very secluded, plenty of grass, bottom of a valley so a suntrap, shallow stream and passing steam trains

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  35. Tatton park in Cheshire, as it brings back lots of childhood memories CHERYL HADFIELD

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  36. Mottisfont, Hampshire. A stunning estate & a great picnic spot. The gardens are truly magnificent - particularly the famous Rose Garden.

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  37. There is a lovely country house near me with wonderful picnic spots

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  38. My local park, because it's always nice and peaceful.

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  39. I love to picnic in my local park. Lots of activity, grand old trees and when there is a gentle breeze - you really can't beat it.

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  40. We like to go to a secluded beach near to us and picnic in the sand dunes.

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  41. We love Williamsons park as you can see across morecambe bay to the mountains of the lake district on a good day! xx

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  42. I love a picnic on the beach

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  43. I love anywhere near water with a view, I don't have one particular spot

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  44. I love anywhere with a beautiful view. We have a lovely park near where we live and there is a little lake so it's a gorgeous place to sit and relax.

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  45. In my local park under a great big old tree. It's perfect to watch my son play and enjoy a nice cheese and onion sandwich.

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  46. Our local park is huge, there are loads of lovely spots to have a nice quiet picnic without being disturbed

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  47. Loved Tatton Park with my gran when I was younger.

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  48. We are spoilt for good picnic spots here in Pembrokeshire. My favourite has to be Angle beach.

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  49. I love Formby beach, partly because it takes me back to my childhood

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  50. l love Stratford-Upon-Avon by the river its just so beautiful

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  51. I love any part of the Northumberland coast, wild and beautiful and quite undiscovered

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  52. We love to take a picnic on the top of Gorleston cliffs, plenty of room for the children to play and a lovely view of the beach and sea

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  53. I love anywhere next to water, its so peaceful and relaxing!

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  54. North Berwick beside the beach on a sunny day

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  55. Love a summer picnic at Gawsworth Hall prior to an open air concert - fabulous setting.

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  56. In our local country park x

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  57. Looking for laundry baskets so I'm in the right place here.

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  58. weelsby woods. there are lots are nice benches to sit on

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  59. Beside the lake at Wicksteed Park because it brings back memories of the many times we have done this!

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  60. The local park so that the children can play.

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  61. We have lots of beaches nearby so love finding a quiet area to relax and read a good book.

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  62. i love to picnic at st annes beach,its so peaceful and everyone is very friendly even the seagulls

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  63. Dunham massey as lots of places to walk and let the kids run round

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  64. Hampstead Heath. Peace and tranquility, yet still in London

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  65. sywell country park in northamptnshire. its so many happy memories ive been going there since i was a child plus its gorgeous too!

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  66. Chatsworth Hosue because it has beautiful views and it is lovely to sit by the river

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  67. Spitchwick on Dartmoor as it's so pretty!

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  68. Saltwell Park as its local and a lovely place

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  69. I love the Sussex Downs so beautiful and every bit so different

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  70. Our local riverbank because we enjoy the scenic circular walk only twenty minutes from our own front door.

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  71. i love Stamner park in Brighton , because its huge,and has a load to see and do there too

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  72. Durdle Door Beach in Dorset because of the stunning view

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  73. I love packing a picnic and going to my nearest country park, it's so beautiful and full of some lovely picnic spots.

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  74. We like going to Willen Lake as not too far from us and also enjoy the lovely views as we walk all around

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  75. Beach picnics are the best, especially in Woolacombe

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  76. I love my local park has it has everything for the kids and a nice spot for the adults to sit and watch

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  77. we live on the edge of Dartmoor, no better place for a picnic

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  78. I live in Torquay so its the beach every summer.....even in the rain!!

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  79. Lovely big park in West Yorkshire called Sutton Park near Keighley

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  80. Local country park called Waseley, there are several big rabbit colonies here and you can sit on the hill and munch away watching them

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  81. I love having picnics in the local park where this is a pond and ducks. Very beautiful!

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  82. For us its the Great Orme. Such splendid views across the coastline aswell as a place of natural and preserved beauty.

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  83. Mine is down by the river at the bottom of our village. We have some lovely views and can watch the kayakers coming past

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  84. bradgate park is stunning we love going ther so much to do

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  85. I love Mam Tor in the Peak District, the views are to die for

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  86. The beautiful North Norfolk coast is our favourite picnic spot, it's so peaceful, and there are windmills & wonderful countryside.

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  87. Penmon Point in Anglesey because it is so tranquil by the sea

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  88. Snowdonia, North wales! there is this place near bala lake, its beautiful, so peaceful and breathtaking! we love it there x

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  89. My favorite picnic spot is cannock chase due to scenery

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  90. Lovely practical prize. Please consider allowing competition entry via e-mail, blog comment, etc.

    Rachel Craig

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