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You Can Now Hire Someone Else's Back Garden For All Your Rule Of Six Parties

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You Can Now Hire Someone Else's Back Garden For All Your Rule Of Six Parties

If your garden's just that bit too small to host a get together under the new lockdown rules, then this innovative idea might be one to consider.

Now you can hire someone else's garden for the day - for all your rule of six parties - and we love the sound of this!

Unique website Borrow My Garden matches landowners with extra space with those wanting to hire a private outside space to host a get together, or just get away from the crowds in the local park.

Hire someone else's garden for your rule of six parties (Credit: Pexels)
Hire someone else's garden for your rule of six parties (Credit: Pexels)
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Intriguing spaces include wildflower meadows, rugged fields, glamping sites and castle grounds, but there are also some regular, run-of-the-mill, back gardens available for hire too.

Co-founders Claire Lee and Jo Hailey set up the website in 2019, but the duo have seen a huge increase in demand since Boris Johnson announced England's roadmap out of lockdown back in February.

Claire told The Telegraph: "Everyone's been locked down over Christmas and New Year, and people want more than anything to see their friends and family outside."

We couldn't agree more.

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Spaces on offer range from small gardens to castle grounds (Credit: Unsplash)
Spaces on offer range from small gardens to castle grounds (Credit: Unsplash)

Claire and Jo add, on their website: "We want everyone who is looking for an area of land across the UK, to have one place to come along and connect and meet their own special landowner.

"Borrow my Garden is a matchmaking site for anyone looking for an outdoor event, festival or corporate event or team build."

Take a look and book your next social event with Borrow My Garden here.

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Take away the stress of meeting up in a busy park by hiring a private garden (Credit: Unsplash)
Take away the stress of meeting up in a busy park by hiring a private garden (Credit: Unsplash)

In other garden news, why not make the most of your outside space with this budget-friendly pizza oven from Aldi?

Currently out of stock, the £39.99 pizza oven literally flew off the virtual shelves in minutes, but Aldi is promising it'll be back soon.

Meanwhile, B&M has launched an affordable macramé chair - just in time for spring.

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The egg chair is made of stylish macramé ropes, with tassels dangling down, and costs just £30.

It's the perfect addition to your back garden get-togethers!

Featured Image Credit: Pexels

Topics: Life News, lockdown, Home, Life

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