This last slice of summer looks to have one more scorching weekend in it, meaning it’s likely the last time you can fully appreciate a refreshing pint in your nearest beer garden this year.

There is a great selection of beer gardens across East Lancashire, and we’re highlighting some of our favourites here so you can get out this weekend to soak in the last of the sun.

Dog & Partridge, Baxenden

This dog-friendly local pub has a large beer garden which can accommodate up to 120 people.

They are renowned for their live music performances and a wide range of gins and spirits.

You’ll be able to relax and watch the football as well as enjoy a drink outside – winner!

Grey Mare Inn, Belthorn

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Grey Mare Inn, found on Elton Road between Belthorn and Haslingden, is a popular place for families and parties with stunning views across the whole of Lancashire.

Their TripAdvisor score gives is four out of five stars based on more than 600 reviews and with an extensive menu too, you won’t go wrong here.

Game Cock Inn, Great Harwood

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Game Cock Inn is found just outside Great Harwood, on the road towards Whalley.

Boasting an extensive garden and a delicious food menu, this pub situated next to the River Calder is one of the perfect places to enjoy an afternoon.

Aspinall Arms, Mitton

Lancashire Telegraph:

Another riverside pub, this time next to the Ribble, is the Aspinall Arms, described as a “charming village venue” in Great Mitton.

The stunning countryside views and wide drink selection make this a great stop for walkers and cyclists enjoying the outdoors.

The Black Bull, Langho

Lancashire Telegraph:

With four-and-a-half stars on TripAdvisor, the Black Bull between Langho and Old Langho provides wonderful service and value for money.

The dog-friendly garden will make the baking afternoon even more enjoyable as you sit back and relax with your favourite drink.