Daddy Cool: Fathers Day Gift Ideas For a Very Important Parent

Sunday 18th June 2017 is Father’s Day. In this country it’s always the third Sunday of June and it’s a day you really don’t want to forget. With its origins dating back to the turn of the 20th Century, myth has it that the day itself was created after an appalling mining accident in Virginia that killed 100s of men and fathers and left over 1000 orphans. It wasn’t until 1966 that the US decided on its June date and even later in 1972 that President Nixon passed it into law. Many countries celebrate Dads at different times of the year, but here in the UK we follow our cousins across the pond and celebrate in June. But what to buy the man who is your bank, taxi, touch-line stander in the rain, your mentor, your hero and your biggest fan? Here’s our guide to the best Dad gifts:
 
 



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