As before though... you cannot stay away from your home or your support bubble household overnight - including holidays - except for in a limited set of circumstances, such as for work purposes.
From 13 June, if you are in a support bubble, you may spend time outdoors or inside either home within the bubble.
Everyone may spend time outdoors with groups of up to six people from outside your household or bubble. You should stay alert and always practise social distancing with people from outside of your household or support bubble, keeping 2 metres apart.
The more people you have interactions with, the more chance the virus has to spread. Therefore, try to limit the number of people you see - especially over short periods of time.
You will also be able to be less than 2 metres apart and stay overnight as if you were members of the same household. Individuals who form a bubble with one household may not form a bubble with anyone else.
It is not yet possible for people who are not in support bubbles to meet inside other people’s homes - that remains against the law. This is critical to helping us control the virus and keep people safe.
For more information on what you can and cannot do visit the gov.uk website FAQs