|By PR Newswire||
|September 6, 2012 07:17 AM EDT|
ROSSENDALE, England, September 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
The summer came to something of a disappointing end weather-wise this year with a fairly dismal bank holiday weekend and forecasters are suggesting that September is likely to be a real mixed bag depending on where you are spending most of your time. The team at Winfields Outdoors is keen to stress that whatever the climate brings in the autumn, it's possible to get out there and enjoy the great outdoors.
Forecasters are predicting that the South of England may enjoy some lovely weather in the coming days and weeks with calm conditions and sunshine of the horizon. In order to make the most of those positive conditions, visitors to Winfields Outdoors will find a huge assortment of camping gear and tents for all manner of outdoor activities at excellent prices.
However, it is a different story in the North and other parts of the UK where the weather may yet deteriorate. Rain and wind are reportedly on the way, but disappointing conditions rarely put the adventurous British public off trips into the countryside and activities that allow them to experience everything the landscape has to offer. The weather just provides another challenge and a welcome chance to see the landscape in all its glory.
The team at Winfields Outdoors are keen to encourage people to head to Winfields in order to pick up some accessories and camping equipment to help deal with the testing conditions if they do plan to get out there regardless of the forecast. Waterproofs and special clothing and footwear ensure that safety and comfort come first should the climate prove tricky for walkers, campers and others who never turn down an opportunity to experience outdoor life.
Winfields Outdoors also stocks Ordnance Survey maps to help those keen on exploring to get their bearings and plan hikes, rambles and so on. These can be found in the online shop alongside all manner of other outdoor equipment that may come in extremely useful in the next few weeks which are traditionally popular with campers.