HAPPY campers in Weymouth can now get fast food delivered directly to campsites by Deliveroo.

Responding to a surge in British staycations, Deliveroo is now delivering directly to campsites, caravan parks and motorhomes around the UK - including Higher Moor Farm Campsite in Weymouth.

Campers in Weymouth can now order groceries from supermarkets like Co-op and delicious food from a range of restaurants including high street favourites like KFC, to their camping spot.

Deliveroo has also highlighted some of its favourite camping spots around other parts of the UK which the firm now delivers to, from major cities to rural towns.

It comes after the 'Deliveroo Effect' was revealed to potentially add thousands to the value of people's homes.

A study by property website Boomin found that living in an area with a large variety of choice in restaurant and takeaway options can add serious value to your home - claimed to be up to the tune of £36,000.

Dubbed the ‘Deliveroo Effect’, similar to that which has been seen with homes located within the vicinity of a Waitrose supermarket, researchers reviewed house price increases across the nation, and their correlation to the number of restaurant options each postcode had nearby.

The study reveals that those with approximately 100 different options on the popular takeaway app can expect their home’s value to be boosted by more than £35,000.

With takeaway apps having become more important throughout the pandemic, the study also delved into which specific food choices are actually adding the most value to your home, with some brands adding more than others.

For instance, living in a postcode with access to Papa John’s delivery adds an average of £11,355, while a postcode which provides KFC delivered to your door could demand an additional £13,008 of value.

Doubling the value of the takeaway choices, were high street dining favourites such as Gourmet Burger Kitchen, which could add a whopping £27,274 to your home if you live locally to one, and Wagamama, the popular chain that serves up Japanese fare, and an average home value increase of £30,887.

Top of the pack however is Byron Burger, adding an additional £33,132 to home’s located close to one of the burger chain’s 27 nationwide locations.