Travel restrictions in the UK are often a bad way to spend a day in the country.
But for those living in the north, the restrictions can be the difference between having the time of your life and being forced to miss work, school and friends.
Here are five reasons why the rules should be eased.1.
Traveling is good for your health and well-beingA trip to the north east is not only the gateway to the country but also a gateway to many of the best local and regional attractions.
As well as great beaches, the countryside has some of the cleanest and most vibrant cities in the world, and the region has many of those that offer some of Britain’s most unique experiences.
There are lots of things to do around the country In addition to enjoying some of England’s best local attractions, there are lots to do, from exploring the countryside to exploring the city.
The weather is really, really hotIn the UK, summers can be quite hot and humid.
However, the heatwave in 2016 saw temperatures reach 40 degrees Celsius in some parts of England.
There is a thriving local arts and culture sceneThere are a few things you need to know about local culture in the south east.
There’s a great range of food, drink and shopping in the areaThe south east has some pretty fantastic restaurants, bars, boutiques and shops, but there are also a lot of local restaurants and bars that offer a range of options to choose from.
For the locals, it’s also worth noting that many restaurants have been set up to offer takeaway food from the nearby towns of St Ives, St Johnsbury and Oldham.
Check out our guide to the best restaurants in the northern regions of England for a look at some of our favourite places to eat in the region.