Our retailers are all set to help you celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday (21 June) with some fabulous Father’s Day gift ideas. Read on…
As lockdown measures start easing there are a few more ways to thank Dads and paternal figures in our lives for the impact that they have.
Here’s our list of some meaningful ways to say happy Father’s Day:
Start with a list of things you admire most about Dad or the qualities you appreciate in a father figure, and put pen to paper with a love note.
Or harness your creativity by writing a poem, producing a piece of art, or giving the gift of a picture (perhaps of a place that’s special to you both).
Another way to show your appreciation is through baking or cooking. Working your way around the clock, it could be as simple as a boiled egg breakfast, a pasta lunch, and biscuits with an afternoon cuppa, or a more adventurous dinner.
Not sure where to start with cooking? Booths supermarket is the place to go for all the essential ingredients and some great advice from expert staff on the fresh food counters. They’ll tell you what cuts to buy and how to cook them. Ask for tips on putting together a good cheese board or finding the right wine or beer to go with your menu.
Their online recipe library is full of ideas for all ages and abilities, from medal biscuits to ‘bites with a beer’ and luxury fish pie. They’ll help you set off for Wainwright’s Yard, Kendal armed with a shopping list.
Also now open in Wainwright’s Yard, and a great place for gift ideas is Armstrong Ward. Jacqueline and Andrew can point you in the direction of all manner of things from plants to smellies and Dad
mugs. We love these two options from the shelves of their much-loved lifestyle store.
If you prefer shopping remotely, they can take orders over the phone – they’ll even wrap and post for you.
You’re all set to show your appreciation for Dads and father figures this Father’s Day.