3rd – 6th July- Wimbledon
You have three choices now in how to watch Wimbledon. Firstly, if you are lucky enough to be there, either with tickets or on Murray Mount/Henman Hill you will be right in the centre of the action. Or you could head to Lewis Cubitt Square in King's Cross to watch on the big screen – pack a picnic and bring a rug as there’s only 50 deck chairs available. The final option of course is to sit back in the comfort of your own chair and watch at home, you could host a Wimbledon day with other tennis fans for the finals – for all we suggest having the classic strawberries and cream, all of which washes down very nicely with a glass of Sunny D!
4th July – Independence Day
Here at Sunny D we love all our fans from the USA, to celebrate we thought you could throw a Independence Day party or You could attend one of these events. www.timeout.com. Of course, if like us sometimes you just want to celebrate it quietly at home, you could just watch the box set of Friends with some Sunny D and Apple Pie!!
5th -7th July – Tour de France
Cycling fans - All you need dot know is here www.letour.fr - it starts in Germany this year, very exciting!
16th July – British Grand Prix
All you F1 fanatics, the 16th of July brings the most exciting day for most of us in the F1 season - camp in the heart of the action. silverstonewoodlands.co.uk.
Festival Madness in July
Big day out festival – Maidstone – 1st July 2017
Made in Leeds – Thwaite Mills Water Museum, Leeds – 1st July 2017
Lets Rock Exeter! – Exeter – 1st July 2017
Blissfields – Winchester – 1st-2nd July 2017
Brainchild Festival – Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum, London – 7th–9th July 2017
Farr Festival – Bygrave Woods, Hertfordshire – 13th-15th July 2017
Latitude – Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk – 13th-16th July 2017