Boris Johnson has hit High Wycombe for six with the new coronavirus rules this month.

As Covid rules become tighter, we are now limited to meeting in groups of six or less.

Social gatherings of more than six have been made illegal by the government since September 14, with some exceptions, amid a rise in coronavirus cases.

The law change bans groups of more than six from meeting inside or outdoors and is being enforced through a £100 fine if people fail to comply, doubling on each offence up to a maximum of £3,200.

We figured we could help with some ideas on what to do in High Wycombe without breaking the rules:

Try and get out of an escape room

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Do you and your friends have the patience and brain-power to get out of an escape room? If you’re up for the challenge then why not give it a go.

Escape At The Works has three different rooms to choose from with varying themes and difficulties.

 Located on the High Street in High Wycombe the escape room starts at £13 per person for a group of six. 

Have a go at a game of rounders

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Great fun for all age groups and a sure way to dust off the cobwebs, the old school sport of rounders could be an ideal activity for you and five friends.

All you need is a bat and ball which you can get online for as little at £7.25.

A brilliant way to get you moving again after months inside rounders is an easy sport to grasp and you only need six people to play.

Dust off the clubs and get a hole in one

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An easy way to socially distance yourself is through a game of golf. Non-member tee times at Wycombe Heights Golf Centre start at £40.

A great way to spend a day or just an afternoon, golf is the ideal activity for a catch up with your friends or family and get a bit of exercise.

Go bowling

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Enjoy the classic pastime of tenpin bowling and see if your team can get a strike.

Fun for everyone whether you’re a novice or a seasoned pro - it’s a sure-fire way to have a giggle and let off some steam.

Hollywood Bowl at the Eden Centre has 22 lanes, a Hollywood style VIP area, an American themed diner and an arcade.

The price for two games for an adult start at £10.49 - there are regular deals and offers available online so be sure to check when you book. 

Clay pigeon shooting

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Clay pigeon shooting is on the list of exempted sports, however, if you are visiting a facility to shoot then the rule of six still applies.

Clay pigeon shooting involves shooting flying clays with a shotgun and is a safe, controlled and challenging sport.

EJ Churchill is suitable for all abilities from complete beginners to the experienced shot.

'Have a go' sessions for complete beginners are priced at £45 and following the latest government advice groups of five or less of mixed households, or more with the same household are able to book - this forms six people including the instructor.

Have you got any suggestions for activities for six people in High Wycombe? Let us know in the comments.