17 Jun 2016
1. Give your Dad a Personal Coupon
Print off one of these fun Father's Day Coupons and give your dad a very personal gift - such as cleaning his car or even emptying the bins.
Download coupons at http://www.itsybitsyfun.com/printable-fathers-day-coupons.html or make your own.
2. Folded-Shirt Card
Feeling creative? Then have a go at making a folded Father's Day shirt card. There are great instructions on Martha Stewart's website
3. Make Breakfast or Brunch
Spoil your father by making him a full on English breakfast with all the trimmings - or if it takes a little while to prepare, Brunch instead.
4. Go on a Picnic
If it's a sunny day, get outdoors - even into the garden - and have a celebratory Father's Day picnic.
5. Go to a local Event
The National Trust have some great Father's Day activities going on from bushcrafts to beer tasting, including viewing classic cars from the 1930s at Claremont Gardens. Dad's are free when accompanied by their children.
Or if your dad is into his history, take advantage of this great offer from The Canterbury Tales as dads go free this Saturday and Sunday. The guided tour is a trip back in time through a medieval era, you can also read more about the Dads Go Free offer here.
Whatever you do, have a Happy Father's Day.