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Supper London announces Buckingham Palace Park delivery this July

Following the news that Buckingham Palace will be opening its gardens up to the British public from July to September, premium delivery platform, Supper London has extended its park pick-up points.

From July, it will offer Londoners a royally good British picnic in the Palace, with access to a nearby pick-up area delivering Fortnum & Mason picnic hampers and top London restaurant menus to the Queen’s doorstep (pretty much).

Offering ultimate convenience and re-imagining park picnics, Supper London will deliver feasts fit for the Queen herself. Roughly a three minute walk to the Royal Mews where the entrance for the palace picnics is, Supper London will have access to a parking bay on Buckingham Gate where a fleet of Supper bikes can come and go catering for the Palace summer picnics.

Fortnum & Mason Piccadilly Picnics can be ordered to the palace with a sizable spread including cauliflower tacos, a selection of crudités, cheese platters, fresh salads, falafels and, of course, the infamous Scotch Egg. With cutlery, crockery and glassware provided,

Hosting a plethora of London's top restaurants and food halls including Fortnum & Mason and Harrods on its App, Supper London will be on hand to deliver the ultimate feast to London's green spaces to coincide with the great British picnic and park season.

Working with specialist location App, What3Words, precise and easy to find pick up points will also be available in: Regents Park, Hyde Park, Holland Park, Kensington Gardens, St James's Park, Green Park, Russell Square, Ranelagh Gardens, Whitehall Gardens, Battersea Park, Parsons Green, Shoreditch Park and Primrose Hill, where a fleet of slick Supper bikes can come and go catering for the capital's summer picnics.