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The best places in South-West Britain to have a picnic are revealed in a new survey. City types might wonder why risk creasing and grass stains just to eat their impossibly quick lunch in the fresh air.

But for the rest of the country, it seems nothing can stop the British love of picnicking. A recent survey found that almost a quarter of people would eat outside every day, if weather permitted. Click here for the list of locations

Eating outdoors is an adventure according to 69% of people asked, and 57% said that food tastes better on a picnic!

So, when you get a chance to swap that cramped spot in the local square for a weekend in the country, where would you go? Here are some of the best picnic locations right here in the south west of England

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