There’s no doubt this will be a different  Father’s Day this year from previous years. 

There are still plenty of things to do this Father’s Day, from virtual experiences to outdoor activities, to help make this a special day. 

Whilst there are still some restrictions in place due to COVID-19, groups of up to 6 can meet up outdoors.  

And single adult households can form a support bubble with another household.  

Parks, zoos and non-essential shops are now open with the social distancing restrictions in place.


Here a just a few ideas of things to do this Sunday. 


1- Day Out At The Zoo  

Many Zoos have now reopened, allowing customers to book online.  

This is ideal for not only family time but for Father and Son time. 

Twycross ZOO










2- Picnic In The Park 

With the sunny weather this weekend why not treat your father to a hand made picnic full of his favourite bites.  

Rounded off with a kick about in the park. 











3- Mountain Biking 

For those of you into the outdoors, there are plenty of biking trails in the UK.  

Mountain Bike trails in the UK   










4- Virtual Experience  

Air BNB are hosting a range of online virtual experiences, from gardening, to cooking to DIY.  

Why not take advantage of what they have to offer.   












5- Online Quiz 

Create a tailor made quiz designed around your Father’s favourite things 

for e.g. music, sports, films, history etc. 

Many use Zoom, Skype or WhatsApp video. 









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