Lockdown rules are set to ease further next week and with it comes the reopening of Bucks pubs and beer gardens.

Many readers are looking forward to going back to their locals for a pint and company.

We asked readers which pub beer gardens they couldn’t wait to return to – and hundreds of you commented on our Facebook post.

Whether it is the peace and quiet of a tucked away gem or the lively atmosphere and familiar staff at your favourite watering hole, these are the pub beer gardens you are looking forward to revisiting once they open their doors again.

Emma Spann said she couldn’t wait to go back to The Belle Vue, in High Wycombe, adding: “It will be full of the best pub community bar none and we’ve all missed each other,” while Rachel Walls mentioned The Swan at Great Kimble, saying: “That climbing frame and zip wire is awesome in the moonlight.”

Bucks Free Press: The Belle Vue, High WycombeThe Belle Vue, High Wycombe

Leigh Rose said Royal Standard, in Wooburn Common “not for the garden but can't wait to see the lovely staff again,” while Elena Hogan said she couldn’t wait to return to the “great space outdoors” at The Squirrel in High Wycombe.

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Helen Duffell is looking forward to revisiting The Le De Spencers, in Downley, adding: “Awesome people and really great food,” while Leigh Hughes Betts said: “The Fox and Pheasant in Stoke Poges. Massive garden with loads of seating and heaters.”

Bucks Free Press: The Swan, Great KimbleThe Swan, Great Kimble

Roz Stentzel said she is looking forward to having a “nice drink” in her son’s back garden, and Gareth Quinton joked: “Whichever one lets you sleep in there.”

Many readers also said, “all of them”, “as many as possible” and “just anywhere with good beer and live music”, suggesting pubs around Bucks will see good business once they reopen.

Bucks Free Press: The Britannia, Marlow. Picture: Anita Ross MarshallThe Britannia, Marlow. Picture: Anita Ross Marshall

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Other pubs mentioned included The Potters Arms, in Winchmore Hill, The Jolly Sportsman in Chesham, Red Lion, Little Missenden, The Royal Oak at Bovingdon Green, The Crown, Radnage, the Bricklayers Arms, Aylesbury, Horse and Jockey, Penn, Barn Club, Marlow Bottom, Prince of Wales, in Marlow, The Queens Head, Little Marlow, The Brittanna, Marlow, The Bird in Hand, Princes Risborough, The Feathers at Taplow and the Chandos Arms, in Weston Turville.

Is your favourite on the list? Let us know in the comments below.