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Father’s Day gift guide – our top 6 picks

8 June 2016 by Lisa

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From traditional brass calendars to funky patches, we’ve got quirky Father’s Day presents covered in our gift guide for this year.

Find out our top six gifts and see which one would suit the superhero in your family…

For Supa Hero Dadsafro-supa-hero-patch

Everyone thinks their Dad is a superhero at some point when they’re growing up – right? Show your Dad how supa you think he is, with a patch from the Afro Supa Hero exhibition, designed by Jon Daniel.

For green-fingered Dads

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Available in cord, denim or tweed – these gardening gloves are practical and look good too. Perfect for Dads who like to potter in the garden, they’re made from soft, yet hard-wearing fabric and come in lots of great colours.

For nostalgic Dads

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For the proud scouser in your family, this ‘Liverpool Through the Ages‘ documentary  will take your Dad on a historical journey around their favourite city. From its sea-faring history to its mop-top sons, Billy Butler presents these stories and more in this DVD.

For Dad’s Army Dads

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If you’re struggling for Father’s Day gift ideas, then don’t panic! Whisky fans can make their most of their precious ‘rations’ with this Dad’s Army glass set, featuring famous phrases from the popular TV show.

For nautical Dads

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Does your Dad dream of a life on the ocean wave? If a yacht is a bit out of your price range, then you might want to think about this unusual brass calendar. It shows you all the correct dates for the next 40 years (until 2055!) and can be used as a paper-weight.

For wanderlust Dads

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Let your Dad explore cities from across the world without leaving his chair, through this book by contemporary artist Ben Johnson. It features architectural paintings, inside spaces and stunning city images such as ‘Hong Kong Panorama’,  ‘Zurich Panorama’ – and from closer to home – ‘The Liverpool Cityscape’.

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