by AMANDA PERTHEN, Mail on Sunday
Britain was on the move this end of the week as the nation delighted in its most blazing Regal Bank Occasion for 25 years
But as the temperature in London hit 85F, drivers got indeed more sweltering under the collar
The AA said most of Britain’s 23 million autos were anticipated to take to the streets amid the holiday There were 30-mile full backs on the M5 what’s more, extreme clog on the M4 as thousands made their way to the Perusing Festival The M3 what’s more, M27 in Hampshire what’s more, Dorset were exceptionally busy
The A30 through Cornwall, particularly around Bodmin, was too seriously affected
Hotel what’s more, B&B rooms all through Somerset, Devon what’s more, Cornwall were nearly completely booked, what’s more, Simon Bradley, at South West Tourism, said he was certain the end of the week would be the best bank occasion this year
The shoreline at Weston-super-Mare was stuffed yesterday Kevin Mager, who runs jackass rides there, said: ‘The weather’s great, the sky’s blue what’s more, we’re looking forward to a guard weekend ‘
Margate shoreline was so occupied that Kent vacationer board authorities were coordinating guests to more isolates bays A representative said: ‘All the lodgings are full what’s more, the shoreline is heaving ‘
On the south coast, all Bournemouth’s 30,000 inn rooms were booked what’s more, recently its seven miles of sandy shorelines were packed
It was the same at Brighton, where a committee representative said: ‘There isn’t a put cleared out on the pebbles ‘
Supermarkets were doing a rushed exchange in grill supplies: Tesco sold a record six million parcels of sausages, three-and-a-half million burgers what’s more, six million jars of brew in the run-up to the holiday
And Heathrow air terminal was anticipating 570,000 travelers to pass through this weekend