The ‘Perfect Sunday’ compiled by people’s answers in a survery by Onepoll, involved: waking at 8:30am to the smell of breakfast cooking, a cuddle and three hours of television.
A quarter of Brits thought an ideal weekend morning starts with a full English breakfast in bed and a third wanted to start their Sunday morning with a cup of tea or coffee, before pottering around the house for an hour.
The perfect roast is said to be best served at 3:15pm with, ideally, four people.
Other activities Brits enjoy doing on Sunday include reading a book, listening to music and doing some gardening.
Nearly one in 10 said they spend their Sunday afternoon at the pub, while one in seven think Sundays are made for doing the big food shop to keep the cupboards stocked for the rest of the week.
Attending church did not appear in the poll, Graham Nicholls from Affinity, a network of evangelical churches, told Premier: “I suppose I was sad that attending a gathering of God’s people, in a church, wasn’t kind of anywhere on the majority of people’s lists.
“The sad thing for me is not just that it means that they’re not hearing the gospel, they’re not coming to an encounter with God, but it’s also that churches are great places for taking our famililes, for making friendships and for learning who we are and why we’re here,
“I’d love it if, included in the list of things we want to do on…
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