We all know fathers can often be a nightmare. Finding the right gifts for him always ends up being a spot of bother, especially when they often say ‘nothing’ when you ask them what they want. Stray away from naff socks or an another useless set of tools this year and get them something super-funky and fun.


Quick Facts:

When is it: Sunday 15th July 1014 (UK, USA and Canada), Sunday 7th September (Australia and New Zealand).

Who: The person credited for inventing the concept of Father’s Day is Mrs. Sonora Smart Dodd, an American whose father had raised his six children single-handedly.

How many: It has been claimed by Hallmark, the renowned greeting card maker, that Father’s Day makes up the fifth-largest card-sending holiday in the world.

1. iPad Air Wi-Fi 16GB



You have to hold iPad Air to believe it. It’s just 7.5 millimetres thin and weighs less than half a kilo. The stunning Retina display sits inside thinner bezels, so all you see is your content. And an incredible amount of power lies inside the sleek enclosure. So you can do so much more. With so much less.

iPad apps are like no other. Because they’re designed just for iPad, they look amazing and use every pixel of the beautiful display. iPad Air comes with great built-in apps for the everyday things you do, like checking email and surfing the web. To help you be even more creative and productive, iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, Pages, Numbers and Keynote are now available for free. And over 500,000 other incredible iPad apps are just a tap away in the App Store. With apps like these, iPad Air can do just about anything — which means you can too.

2. Tour of Silverstone for Two



This tour will be the perfect opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the famous home of British motorsport, Silverstone. You and your dad will be shown around the racetrack, Grand Prix podium and be able to take in rooftop views of the driving stadium.

The two hour tour includes a welcome reception and introduction to Silverstone, followed by a tour of the Drive Workshop, a visit to Race Control and the BRDC Clubhouse. There will also be a guided tour of the Grand Prix Circuit and an opportunity to purchase Silverstone merchandise. Treat a motorsport fan to this experience, they’ll be very happy bunnies!

3. Brewery Tour and Tasting for Two



Take a tour of one of the finest breweries in England and sample some of the best drinks in the country.

Located within the heart of the countryside, you will get to see first hand the amount of work that goes into creating some of your favourite beers, ales and wines. You will be shown how the drinks are readied for bottling, how the bottles are filled and also how the labels are created. Once the tour is over you will be invited to try some samples of the delicate creations from the brewery.

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