Look for the logo for barbecue food this bank holiday

Look for the logo for barbecue food this bank holiday

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You can make a difference for animals this spring bank holiday by choosing RSPCA Assured-labelled chicken for your barbecue.

By looking for the RSPCA Assured logo you know the chickens have been cared for to RSPCA welfare standards and have had better lives.

Just watch the 30-second video (on the right) to find out how to make our recipe for RSPCA Assured chicken kebabs.

Look for the RSPCA Assured logo on the packet!

You’ll find RSPCA Assured chicken at:

Can't find RSPCA Assured chicken? Let your supermarket know!

Video: https://vimeo.com/161921475

You’ll need:

200ml low fat plain yogurt
2 large handfuls fresh mint
2 large handfuls of flat leaf parsley
2tsp salt
4 - 6 cloves garlic, crushed
Zest of 1 lemon
4 large chicken breasts

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May Day and spring bank holiday facts

  • The spring bank holiday (the first Monday in May) was created in 1978
  • In Oxford, it's traditional for revellers to gather below the Great Tower of Magdalen College at 6am to listen to the college choir sing madrigals
  • Legend has it that young women who climb Arthur’s Seat and wash their faces in the morning dew will have lifelong beauty
  • Padstow in Cornwall holds its annual Obby-Oss (hobby horse) day of festivities. Revellers dance in the streets, accompanied by accordion players and sing the traditional May Day song
  • At 7.15pm on 1 May each year, the Kettle Bridge Clogs group dance across Barming Bridge near Maidstone to mark the official start of their Morris dancing season