Dads don’t generally want their offspring to spend a fortune on Father’s Day – it really is the thought that counts. So a small gift is usually enough to show you care, particularly if it’s something your dad will be able to use everyday.
For the TV-addict dad how about an all-in-one remote control? Or if your dad likes the great outdoors a pocket knife, or multi-tool. Music-loving dads might appreciate some new earphones.
Or maybe something that you can all enjoy together? A new game for the games console or some piece of sporting equipment that means you can play each other.
There are endless opportunities to give your dad a memorable day out - a flying lesson, driving a racing car, swimming with sharks, white water rafting or hot air ballooning, for example.
But perhaps what your dad would appreciate most would be the gift of your time. Buy dad a ticket to a sporting or musical event, or maybe a show - and get one for yourself too. That’s sure to make dad’s day!