What do you get the man who has everything, or claims he wants ‘nothing’ (we all know that’s a lie, don’t we?)
Well, instead of a six pack of lager and a card (nice as they are), why not take a look at what some of our fantastic bestof members have to offer and buy local this Father's Day
Why not treat dad (or grandad) to a trip to Abbey Mill Café? They have gift vouchers available from £5 upwards. Simply pop in next time you’re passing and pick one up. They’re valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and perfect for a tasty treat for Dad.
Maybe tickets for a show? If your dad loves comedy, fantastic live music or wonderful amateur dramatics, then a ticket for a show at The Coronation Hall will be right up his street. There’s certainly plenty to choose from.
If dad’s a football fan, the a trip to Barrow AFC is ideal. The club shop has a good range of merchandise at very reasonable prices, and with pre-season friendlies just around the corner, tickets to a match might be a great option too.
You can’t go wrong with a trip to Barrow Market. With over 60 stalls including dvd’s, books, videogames, and cards to name but a few, you won’t be short on inspiration. On Saturday 17th June the market holds its Father’s Day competition, where you’ll have the chance to win a £10 voucher to spend in the market.
For fitness fanatics, or those dads out there who would like to get fitter and healthier, then Henry Armer Fitness has some great gym membership packages guaranteed to get Dad into shape.
Did you know that Jules Hair & Beauty offer a range of male grooming services? Dad can receive some pampering and look and feel fantastic. Give Jules a call, or drop in and pick up a voucher.
And we all know that a way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so a trip to The White Hart Inn at Bouth would be the perfect way to show Dad just how much he’s appreciated.
So make this a Father's Day to remember and choose to buy local, Dad will love his thoughtful gifts and local businesses benefit from your support too! Perfect!