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Father’s Day Gift Guide

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Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day is all about celebrating your dad, so if you are looking for a fabulous gift that will tell him he’s the best then look no further than the great selection of ideas here at The Galleries.  It doesn’t matter what type of dad he is…football dad, book loving dad, step dad or father figure, there is something for everyone. Here are a few ideas!  

Say it with words

Nothing says ‘thanks dad’ more than a carefully selected card. Heartfelt or funny, there is a fantastic selection at Card Factory

 

Range from £1.79-£2.29

Or they say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach…  

And Little Kitchen have prepared a magnificent mega breakfast for all the hungry dads out there!  

Only for the best type of dad

The ideal gift for your dad – whether he is young or old. 

 

 

Range from Home Bargains  £5.99-£8.99

Or how about a personalised gift from

 

 

Card Factory £9.99 – £14.99 

Gifts to leave an impression

Tell your dad just how much he means to you with a giant balloon.  

The Works £2.50 – £7.00 and Card Factory £2.49

 

Or say it with a bag of sweets from
Toffee Ron’s

For dads who love sport

Range from The Works £5

For the bookworm dad

The Works have a great selection of books, whatever the interest. £5-£6
 

Smells great 

 

For the dad who likes to look good and smell good! 

 
Selection from Bodycare £7.99 – £28.99 
Selection from Savers £9.99-£37.99 
 
Available from Card Factory £3.99 
 

For something a bit different

 

For the dad who loves a bit of geek heaven, why not visit Funky Figures and their range of Pops?  

Pop to Terry’s Cards and see their lovely range of gifts for him!  

 

Wallets £6.99
Socks £4.99
Beard kit £21
Soaps £6.50
Shave gel £7.99
Aftershave balm £9.50
Hair & body wash £9.99
Aftershave £25
Bath & muscle soak £14.99

Or for the adrenalin junkie, why not treat your dad to a voucher for Adrenaline Escape?