Father’s, notoriously hard to buy for aren’t they!?
Well it’s not all about presents!
If you’re struggling to come up with an idea for Father’s Day this Sunday, why not try one of these instead?
Whether you’re wanting to treat an Uncle, Grandfather, father, brother or anyone in the life of your little ones, we’re sure these activities will be gratefully received and treasured forever.
Who doesn’t love a picnic!?
Get the kids in the kitchen, making the VIM (Very Important Man) in their life their favourite treats!
Sausage rolls, sandwiches, cheese straws, pasties, cake, scones, chocolate covered strawberries? Ask the kids what they think Daddy likes and get the apron on!
The kids will love designing their invitation too: choosing a place (park, beach, lake), picking an activity (football, batt & ball, frisbee) and handwriting on their own design.
We’d love to see what they come up with!
Grab a bucket, pick up a crabbing line, pack some snacks and write an invitation for your chosen male figure to join your little one in teaching them to crab.
Not an every day activity and a special memory made – Who wouldn’t love that?
Book a photography session for your chosen person. You have to check out these gorgeous photos from Curious Creatures Photography. They’re simply beautiful.
We see plenty of newborn baby photoshoots, but these are special. The lighting, the mood, the scenery is stunning, and the whole experience is wonderful.
Or why not get a bundle of photos and give one to each of the VIM (Very Important Men) in your little one’s life?
What a great gift!
Check out their website here: https://www.curiouscreaturesphotography.co.uk/
Your fridge, walls and notebooks might be full of your little one’s masterpieces, but is theirs?
Why not get messy with the kids and create some lovely pieces of art to gift their Father figures?
Brightening up their office, van, man cave, laptop, tool bag?
The kids will love it, and it’ll make him smile every time he sees it.
Heard of the Golowan Festival?
Why not treat someone to a sunny day out this Father’s Day?
This Cornish festival brings back to life many of the traditions and practices recorded in Penzance during midsummer, adapting them to a safe and enjoyable festival for locals and visitors!
Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, there are limits on what they can put on this year, but there’s still plenty to enjoy!
*‘Serpent Trail’ through Morrab Gardens
*The Acorn Theatre are housing a Golowan Fundraising music celebration on Tuesday evening (22nd)
*On Mazey Eve the harbour will erupt in a fabulous Golowan Firework Display
*There’s a colourful pop-up exhibition to celebrate Golowan’s 30th anniversary in the Argos store too
We’d love to see your activities and pictures for Father’s Day #babycornwall on IG or Facebook