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That time of year has arrived when we get to celebrate the most important men in our lives. Sunday 18th June is when we get to say a big thank you to the fathers and father figures in our lives. To help you show them how much they mean to you we have put together a gift guide with ideas from stores right here inside Frenchgate. 

The only things cheesier than Dad’s jokes are the delicious goodies you can find at The Chuckling Cheese Company. They have plenty of combinations of tasty treats available, but we love the ‘Mr Grumpy’ cheese and beer gift box that comes with artisan cheddar, crunchy pickled onions, a chunky fudge bar and a beer to wash it all down with. 

Do you often see Dad crouched in front of the TV trying to score goals on FIFA, beat their opponents on Call of Duty or race to victory on F1 23? Help his chances of winning with a cool Turtle Beach Recon 70x headset from Game. Compatible with Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, and PC this wired stylish headset will help take Dad’s game to the next level.


At Lids, you can get Dad something that lets him know he’s top of his league. Find a cap from the world of football, NFL, NBA, NHL and many more, and then you can stitch it with something personalised to make this Father’s Day gift one-of-a-kind. 

Do you want to help your dad look his best this year? Luckily you don’t have to go further than Vault Menswear. It’s set to be a scorching Father’s Day this year, so the perfect way to look smart and keep cool is with the classic Lyle and Scott Wembley Cargo Short available in anthracite grey or ecru. Perfect for him to wear out and about or sat enjoying the sunshine with the family. 

We all know dads love to talk on and on about their favourite topics. Whether that’s cooking, gardening, or sport… the list could go on! This Father’s Day you can help them stock up on even more knowledge and facts that they can impart to you with a bestselling book from Waterstones. Some great titles that might catch his eye are Pat Nevin’s “Football And How To Survive It”, Kevin Sinfield’s “The Extra Mile” and Ronnie O’Sullivan’s “Unbreakable”.


The Father’s Day action at Frenchgate doesn’t end there either. We are partnering with some of your favourite names in the Centre to help you celebrate the amazing fathers and father figures out there. Head over to Frenchgate’s Facebook page to be in for a chance to win a family bundle from Wowburger, Moschino Toy Boy aftershave from The Fragrance Shop and a selection of goodies from Boots. 

Have a great Father’s Day!


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