It’s that time of year again. Fathers provide financial assistance, help you study and stand beside you supporting you everyday in every way. He won’t complain or let you know of his problems all because he wants to give you the best life he can. He’s just like a root, firmly buried beneath the earth, supporting the fledgling new branches ready to bloom and bear fruit. It’s in a Dad’s dna to protect and provide.

He does all this for you, what do you do for him?

What did you do last Fathers day?

If you gave him more than a pair of socks and a card, well done! But if you didn’t, hmm it’s time to realise that without him you would not be here.

June the 18th is Father’s day this year and yes your Dad definitely deserves a treat.

Things to do for Father’s day this year

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition:

Start early with a surprise by travelling with him to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. There are over 12,000 pieces of art on display at the country’s premier art school. Giving an impressive show of contemporary art every summer and each year, a prominent sculpture greets its visitors to the exhibition over the courtyard. As they are open only on Friday`s and Saturday`s.

A Weekend Getaway:

Travelling out of town. Plan early and book a hotel somewhere near the coast or countryside. Brighton, Dover, Windsor, and Canterbury are all ideal choices. They are pretty economical and are an ideal place to enshrine memories for the years to come.

The Warner Bros Studio Tour:

A studio where the era of cartoon world was born and you could spend all day with the characters. Studio staffs are very helpful and will assist you ensuring you don’t miss anything at the studio. Located 20 miles to the north west of London accessible by frequent public and private transport routes. You can also get there in taxi from London making travel easy. It is generally advised to go early and get tickets as it can be busy. This will be a magical experience not just for your dad but the whole family.

The London Eye:

What could be better than you and your Dad on a giant ferris wheel, in the middle of London on the banks of the river Thames with a glass of champagne in your hands taking in the breathtaking views of this beautiful city. Check for discounts and packages in advance and you can if you want replace the champers with a more manly whisky.

Get a Gift:

People say that it’s the thought that counts. No matter what you get your Dad he will accept it with a smile, but I think your Dad does deserve a little thought to be put into a gift.

Nothing equals the happiness of giving him a hug, telling him you love him and if you want to go the whole way by making a point of letting him know that he is simply “The Best Dad in the World.’