What’s Happening in June?

It’s a long road out of the social restrictions that we have had in place for months now, but in February, the Prime Minister announced a four-step plan to ease England’s lockdown, which could see all legal limits on social contact lifted by 21 June, as long as strict conditions are met. The government hopes to re-open the final closed areas of the economy

That being the case, and as long as good progress continues to be made, life could go back to something like normal in June. Here are some of the events that we, hopefully, will be able to enjoy:

30 May – 5th JuneBike Week

This year’s theme is health and wellbeing. Cycling is a great way to keep fit and is a good way to boost immunity, Bike week this year promises to launch with the World’s Biggest Bike Ride. 

5th JuneWorld Environment Day

Considered by many to be the most important event on the environmental calendar, the theme of this year’s World Environment Day is Ecosystem Restoration, which can take many forms: Growing trees, greening cities, rewilding gardens, or even changing diets.

 5th June – Sausage Roll Day

There are options for Vegans too.

5th-12th JuneFestival of Nature

Join the UK’s largest free celebration of the natural world and make your walks a little wilder and take action for nature.

11th-21th JuneMoray Walking & Outdoor Festival

A midsummer walking festival that stages events across Moray including walking challenges, gentle ambles and other outdoor events. Great for enjoying long summer days exploring walks in on the coast, over hills, in forests, by rivers and through towns. 

 20th June – Fathers Day

.21 June – Summer Solstice – Longest day of the year

If all goes well, people will be able to gather again this year, at Stonehenge overnight to celebrate the Summer Solstice and watch the sun rise over the stones. The event usually brings together New Age Tribes, ordinary families, tourists, travellers and party people. English Heritage are expected to be providing “Managed Open Access” for around 20,000 people to Stonehenge this year. 

If all goes well, these are just some of the things that we can hopefully be looking forward to in June.

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