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.
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.
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.