With Wimbledon cancelled for the first time since WWII, and Glastonbury missing its 50th birthday celebrations, we’re all feeling a bit low about this summer. But never fear, we’ve put our thinking hats on and we’re here to tell you how you can recreate some of the fun and excitement at home…kind of:
With no Wimbledon this year (sad times) you can still recreate your own slice of The Championships! Are your whites looking a little grey? Has that racket seen better days? No need to have a John McEnroe tantrum, you can head straight to Sports Direct to grab yourself some stylish tennis attire. New balls please!?
Perhaps it’s not so much about the game but the experience? If you fancy a picnic in the park or garden with some juicy strawberries (cream is optional), freshly chilled Robinsons squash or a glass of Pimm’s – you can grab all the coolest picnicware and grocery supplies you need from Tesco whilst you soak up the summer sun.
And if you’re missing the game itself then we have a sneaky feeling that the BBC will be showing some classic replays to recreate that atmosphere.
Gutted about missing Glastonbury? We’re here to help ease the disappointment. Why not set up a tent in your back garden? We know Tesco has a full range of camping essentials, as well as Poundland. If you don’t want to brave the outdoors, just set up a sound system in your front room, to play the best music from bands who have appeared at Glastonbury over the years.
No festival is complete without the frenzy of festival fashion – to get the latest make up trends, try Boots either online or instore for your one stop festival glam shop. We can almost guarantee it will feel like you’re at Glastonbury, and at least you won’t have to queue for the toilets!
With no Euro Championships, you can still get involved from the comfort of your home. Visit Sports Direct for all the latest team kits, hang up the flag bunting (check out Tesco’s party supplies), get in the snacks and watch all the re-runs you can find on TV.
And if that gets you in the mood for a game, you can set up goal posts in the park or garden to recreate your favourite goals. How about a family Subbuteo tournament? You’ll find the latest equipment at Sports Direct and after 90 minutes you could even head into extra time and teach yourself or your kids a new European language – WHSmith has a selection of self-taught language phrase books.
Instead of an Olympic summer of sport, there’s now plenty of time to set your own Olympic challenges: obstacle races, high jumps, long jumps, races around the block, football, tennis – you name it, why not try and do one different sport every day as a family? We recommend the following stores to get your own Olympics off to a winning start…
Whatever your summer feels or looks like, we can guarantee that Chesterfield Pavements will offer you all the latest in retail and with more shops starting to re-open we hope to see you back here soon to bag a bargain. In the meantime, please stay safe and keep in touch!
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