Shed-load of good ideas for Father's Day

PUBLISHED: 17:52 16 June 2011 | UPDATED: 19:34 20 February 2013

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There's a good chance that on this Father's Day, June 19, just like all those that have gone before, Dad will be given a gift that he will be able to use to make everybody else's <br/>life better.

Theres a good chance that on this Fathers Day, June 19, just like all those that have gone before, Dad will be given a gift that he will be able to use to make everybody elses
life better.


The popular choice of gifts for Dad is invariably some kind of implement that will provide him with tools to do a job hes probably been trying to avoid.


So, not wishing to disappoint, in our list of ideas for gifts for Fathers Day, we include such desirables as a Personalised Apple Crate for all his tools and bits and pieces, an electric tool and a tile cutter. Wont YOU just love the fun he can have with those?


Alternatively, there are plenty of gifts that only Dad can enjoy. If your bank account doesnt stretch to the latest Ferrari or luxury yacht - and whose does? - at the top of the reasonably affordable list surely has to be a shed. No matter how impractical your Dad is, there are very few men who wouldnt like a small space they could call their very own. A shed can be used as a storage place for Dads personal possessions, a workshop, a place to enjoy a hobby or just somewhere to escape to for some peace and quiet.


Dads also are the best at cooking barbecues - or so they believe. So give him a barbecue that he can place close to his shed, or on the decking he will create with the tools you buy him, and his dream of summer self-sufficiency is almost within reach.


If Dad already has his shed, tools, workshop and barbie, then consider personalised clothing or luxuries that state their his and his alone, sporting event tickets, toys (dads dont grow up), jewellery, bags, something for the car, toiletries, electronic gadgets, adventure days or holidays.


We hope your Dad will have a happy Fathers Day.

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