Summer holidays can often be over before the blink of an eye.
Those long, warm evenings are replaced with falling leaves and chilly winds before you know it, so you make the most of every second of the summer while it’s still here.
Here are a few suggestions that will make your summer one to remember long after winter has settled.
1. Host a barbecue
Firing up a barbeque and inviting over friends is the perfect way to make the most of those warm evenings when cooking inside feels like a crime.
2. Spend a whole day at the beach
Those beautiful sunny days are fleeting, so why not pack up the car and spend hours at the beach, before finishing the day watching a stunning sunset sink behind the shoreline.
3. Star gaze on a clear night
This is an enchanting way to spend an hour or so with the whole family - lying on blankets and gazing up at the sky on a perfectly clear night.
4. Take a spontaneous weekend road trip
The perfect plan for those three-day weekends is jumping in the car and going somewhere within a five-hour travel radius.  Who knows what wonderful and unexpected fun you’ll find with the family on board.
5. Have an outdoor movie screening
An old-school way of enjoying the season is to get a projector and a big sheet (or a blank wall if you have one on the side of your house). Set up a cosy area for friends and the kids to lounge on, and play a crowd-pleasing movie, with snacks and treats at hand. 
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