DREAMS of sitting in a pub garden could come true as soon as next month, according to Boris Johnson.

The government is in discussions with boozers about opening up their outside space, to allow Brits to enjoy a pint once more, while still maintaining social distancing.

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Environment Secretary George Eustice added earlier this week that pubs with gardens may be the only ones allowed to initially open.

Out of 47,000 pubs in the UK there are 27,000 with gardens, all of which are hoping to open soon, according to The British Beer & Pub Association.

If they can't open until July, that equates to 70 million pints lost of spoiled beer which has been left since March.

And when landlords can open their doors, there's going to be a mad rush for everyone's nearest local with a patch of grass.

So here at Sun Online, we've got a website full of pint-loving reporters to compile a list of some of the best large pub gardens in England.

Here are our 20 favourites across the country, which are big enough to be in with a socially distanced table in the sunshine.

Anglers, Teddington

Canal House, Nottingham

Fox and Hounds, Nottingham

The Perch, Oxfordshire

Tickled Trout, Ashford

Old Neptune, Whitstable

Pump House, Liverpool

Leather Bottle Pub, London

Duke of Edinburgh, London

The Red Lion, Leytonstone

The Bull's Head, Kent 

Oast House, Manchester

Dukes 92, Manchester

The Rose and Crown, Orpington

The Original Oak, Leeds

The Tetley, Leeds

The Mill, Surrey

The Victoria Arms, Oxford

Hare & Hounds, Sidbury

The Imperial, Exeter

We've previously explained what changes pubs are likely to make to be allowed to welcome punters once again.

Contactless ordering less furniture and one-way systems are all likely to be enforced.

The Sun has been given exclusive access to reveal the changes coming to your Wetherspoons pubs too.

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