Don’t let the sun set on your al fresco evening.
As the weather warms up, we all want to spend as much time outside as possible.
My garden light deals and DIY hacks mean you can enjoy being outside long into the night. , ,
Get in the Mood: Set the mood with the stunning LED color-changing, globe-shaped lights from Dunlam.
It’s battery-powered, so you don’t have to worry about messy wires posing a hazard to your commute or cluttering up your garden. Even better, it’s just £6.
Light Up, Light Up: Make your outdoor space safe and attractive with Sainsbury’s Copper Wire Tube LED Solar Light for £12.
It is powered by the sun, which will help save on energy bills. They come with spikes that you can fix in the ground, so you can easily light paths.
make your own: You can make your own lights for a fraction of the cost by dropping tea lights into glass holders.
Don’t spend money on your containers, instead wash and reuse items from your everyday purchases like jam jars or glass dessert ramekins.
Tea lights can be cheap in the form of chips. For example, Wilco sells packs of 100 for just £3.50.
Raise your light: I love Lidl’s Livarno Home Solar Garden Lights for £4.99 for a pack of five.
Also powered by solar power, the nifty lights last up to eight hours on a full charge.
They’ll automatically turn on at dusk, but you can turn them off manually when you’re inside.
Festive Free: Who doesn’t love fairy lights in the garden? But before you splurge the cash, check whether your Christmas tree lights are suitable for outdoor use.
Many are battery-powered and can be wound around the foliage of your garden like they went to the tree in December.
Saves you from buying twice, and means you get benefits throughout the year.
- PRICES on this page are correct at the time of going to press. Deals and offers are subject to availability.
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HAUCK Baby Travel System with footmuff, changing bag and raincover £199.95 at . Is Online4Baby.com As of 5 June it was £299.95.
Enjoy Asquith Garden, English sparkling wine for £9.99 at Asda, down from £18.
The supermarket’s “buy six, save 25 percent” offer runs through June 5 for even more savings.
HEINZ has launched Beanz Houmouz, available in either Original or Roasted Butternut Squash flavours.
Perfect for dipping, you’ll find pots at Ocado for £2 right now, with more supermarkets set to stock them later this year.
The SMEG’S Cream Jug Kettle, £149, will light up your kitchen, but Aldi’s gorgeous Cream De’Longhi Argento Kettle, £44.99, will keep you out of hot water, even with the bank.
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Enjoy the Jubilee Bombay Citron Press Collins Cocktail from June 2 to June 5 at Miller & Carter Restaurant.
Simply download the app, go to your local branch and show the QR code.
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Food Warehouse is selling three pizzas in Chicago Town for £3 until June 7.
Flavors include the Four Cheese, Pepperoni and Mega Meat Deep Dish – usually £1.75 each.
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DIY fans can find big savings at the Wicks Paint event.
Running until 8 June, the top deal includes the Dulux Easy Care Washable and Tough 2.5L Color Emulsion for £19, was £24.
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