WHILST the sunny summer weather is yet to hit Hampshire, there are plenty of seasonal activities to enjoy that that don’t require a heatwave.

If you are looking to head away from busy crowded shopping centres or beaches, then a quite farmers field is the best place to go.

Picking strawberries is a great activity for all the family or the perfect way to start a date by harvesting berries to eat for a picnic.

Strawberries are in peak season meaning the berries will be sweet, juicy and a delicious colour of red.

If you don’t fancy eating them straight away, why not do the most British thing, and take them home to eat with pouring cream whilst watch Wimbledon.

Here are four pick your own farms you should visit this summer:

Bourne Valley PYO, Andover

The Farm boasts over 6000 metres of lip-smacking seasonal fruit of different varieties. The Farm is set out in rows and using table top planters meaning our visitors don't have to bend down to pick and the children can pick for themselves while supervised.

This means our visitors have access to an outdoor, socially distanced, safe area to enjoy for the duration of their stay with plenty of photo ops and Instagram moments.

The Farm also offers a special experience for the under 12's with the Fun Park which includes grassy mounds with tunnels called Humphreys Humps, Tractor tyres, climbing castle and climbing frame, a mini slide, children's zip wire and the Sum Swamp boat.

There is also the Secret Woodland Walk 1.5km which leads on to a Farm Walk which is about 1.5 km, plenty for a stretch of those young legs.

Admission is £2.00 per person whether its picking or play or both and under 1's Go Free, but due to exceptionally high yields of strawberries this year, there are several dates where entry is free, check the website for more details.

West Green Fruits, Hartley Wintney

The farm offers an extensive range of fruit such as Strawberries, Raspberries, Rhubarb, Gooseberries, Tayberries, Tummelberries, Loganberries, Boysenberries, Black and Redcurrants and Blackberries.

Here you can enjoy picking delicious produce in lovely surroundings in the fresh air with your friends and family.

Goodall's Strawberries, Lymington

Strawberries have been grown on Goodall land in Lymington since Herbert Goodall started in 1912.

Here you can pick your own fruit and vegetables such as strawberries, cherries, broad beans and raspberries in a lovely setting, on a sunny south facing hillside.

Steve Harris PYO, Titchhfield

The small third-generation family run farm has been part of the fabric of Titchfield Village for the last 87 years.

Starting at the beginning of June the pick your own beds open first strawberries, and the season continues right up until the end of October when the last of the pumpkins are picked.

Here you can also pick sunflowers, raspberries, cabbages, rhubarb and squash.