Here are 55 really fun things you can do at home (and outside!) during isolation this Bank Holiday

We guarantee you won't be bored this bank holiday weekend!

5/23/2020 12:00:00 AM

We guarantee you won't be bored this bank holiday weekend!

First: delete those 500 accidental screenshots of your home-screen.

You might *actually* be healthier than ever before.3 days ago26. Try your hand at SourdoughAnyone else's Insta feeds rife with people whipping up their own bread? If you want to jump on the bandwagon,is worth a follow. She documents her bread making journey, step-by-step. Plus, it means we don't need to steal it all from the supermarket when there's people more in need of it.

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27. Get a roast dinner delivered to your doorMissing your Sunday roast down your local pub? Thankfully some of London's best chefs are still delivering roast dinners to your door.. Yaas.28. Host a fondue or pizza making nightWho doesn't love gooey, melted cheese? We'll wait. If you want to re-create the Alps in your kitchen, Jimmy Garcia is lending you his kit, along with all the ingredients, fuel and recipes so you can have your own fondue party with his cast iron fondue sets. He delivers on Fridays, and collects the equipment on the following Tuesday.

Not into cheese? Make you own stonebaked pizza using his micro wood fired pizza ovens.29. Take a virtual Harry Potter tourThanks to Undercover Tourist, you can take a virtual tour of Harry Potter world and it's pretty magical!In order to see this embed, you must give consent to Social Media cookies. Open my

.30. Indulge in virtual karaokeFamed karaoke bar Lucky Voice is offering people a month's free subscription to karaoke service, head to theirand enter code LUCKY20 then belt your heart out.31. Play with animals onlineMissing your family pet? Bring a bit of excitement and joy into a shelter animal's day by playing with them online. Head to where you can control the toys in a shelter and play with the animals in real time from their app. You can also watch

, which will whiz the hours away.[h2]32. Play an at-home scavenger huntYou may not be able to spend long enough outside to enjoy a scavenger hunt but. They send you 12 challenges to develop the most creative social media posts you can with your wits and your smartphone which you share on social and they choose a weekly winner.

33. Make your own mini golf courseKids (and big kids) will love thisPlus, 50% of profits from this campaign will go to The Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund.34. Partake in at at-home bakeoffJust because you can't channel your inner Mary Berry at Big Bakes: the UK’s first and only live baking competition, doesn't mean that you can't whip up some culinary treats during isolation. The company is organising three bake-at-home classes a week via their

or Instagram and you submit your culinary creations to win a chance to receive a free trip to a live class later on in the year (worth £37.50 each).35. Become a Champagne expert Read more: British GLAMOUR »

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Here are 56 really fun things you can do at home (and outside!) during isolation this Bank HolidayFirst: delete those 500 accidental screenshots of your home-screen.

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Scots urged to 'stick with' lockdown rules for nowNicola Sturgeon says that the existing rules and stay at home message remain in place over the bank holiday weekend. Extra rations of Buckie for the best behaved. Nobody listens to her, she is not my FM

While my wife home schools, I've become Fun Dad. But am I too fun? | Romesh RanganathanAs the amount of time I work has increased, my involvement has evaporated: is Fortnite and afterschool fun any substitute? Weird he can’t set aside 1-2 hours for the kids during the day.