DON'T FORGET FATHER'S DAY!

Posted on Tue, 13 Jun 2017 in: Shopping and What's On

Don't forget, Father's Day is THIS SUNDAY 18th June! If you haven't got anything planned for his special day yet, check out our last minute suggestions to treat Dad over the weekend...

VISIT//

Celebrate Father's Day with the whole family at Park For Play's Jo Cox Memorial Day on Sunday 18th June and head to Albert Road Park from 1pm-3pm for an afternoon of entertainment! There'll be a barbecue, refreshments, children's activities, amazing raffle prizes up for grabs and lots more! Find out more on their Facebook page.

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EAT OUT//

You can't go wrong with a trip to the pub so treat Dad to a burger and pint at The Station this Father's Day! With the weather forecast looking nice, spend the afternoon chilling in the sunshine with an after-dinner pint or two in the beer garden. Find out more on their Facebook page.

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GET OUTDOORS//

If Dad's the outdoorsy type, saddle up and join the weekly Gorilla Coffee Cafe Sunday morning bike ride! Setting off from the cafe at 8.30am sharpish, the ride is suitable for all ages, abilities, and speeds are welcome so there's no excuse! Head back to the cafe for bacon butties and coffee afterwards. Find out more on their Facebook page.

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ENTERTAINMENT//

For some evening entertainment, visit Hare and Hounds for live music courtesy of Chastity Brown & Otis Gibbs. This special double header will bring together two of the most respected contemporary American root artists for one night only! Tickets £13-£15 available here.

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SHOP//

This Saturday, the monthly Kings Heath Arts, Crafts and Antiques Market is over on the Village Square. There'll be market stalls featuring goods from local traders, makers and creators, plus live music and food to keep him entertained for the afternoon. Find out more here.

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Happy Father's Day to all the Dads in Kings Heath this weekend!

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