Father's Day Gift Guide The Harrogate Girl Girl About Harrogate Independents Shop local

It’s two weeks until Father’s Day and if this pandemic has taught me anything, it’s how much I miss my dad’s hugs! So this Father’s Day I’m considering a gift he’ll really love. Now, obviously I can’t tell you which one I’m getting as within the two weeks of Father’s Day (Sunday 21st June btw) he might just figure out how to search for the blog and bobs your uncle, the surprise is ruined.

Roosters Beer | £35.00

Is your dad missing his favourite pub? Why not send him a Taproom?

Father's Day Gift Guide The Harrogate Girl Girl About Harrogate Independents Shop local

The Take-Home Taproom from local brewery Roosters is a fantastic idea and includes:

  • 15 x 330ml cans (all vegan-friendly. 20% discount already applied to case value), 1 x Rooster’s branded pint glass and 4 x tasty snacks
  • Beers included:
  • 3 x Baby-Faced Assassin
  • 3 x 24/7
  • 3 x One Trick Pony
  • 3 x Pilsnear
  • 3 x Yankee
  • The Kernels Fury (Jalapeno & Lime Cashews + Hot Chilli Peanuts)
  • The Kernels Pepper (Sea Salt and Black Pepper Cashews + Salty Peanuts)
  • Serious Pig Classic Snackingham (Seasoned Air-Dried Ham)
  • Serious Pig Snacking Cheese (Oven Baked Italian Cheese)

P.S. They also have 20% off cans at the moment and can deliver locally!

The Cheese Board | £35.00

Father's Day Gift Guide The Harrogate Girl Girl About Harrogate Independents Shop local

The Cheese Board in the centre of Harrogate was a brilliant gift for any dad who loves a bit of cheese. In fact, I purchased the Individual Cheese Gift Hamper form my Dad’s birthday during lock down. The great thing was they also delivered it!

The Individual Cheese Gift Hamper includes:

  • Black Bomber 200g
  • Wensleydale with Apricot 200g
  • Camembert in a Box 250g
  • Traditional Cheese Knife
  • Blueberry Preserves Mini Chutney
  • Box of Millers Damsels Crackers

Uniquely Local Axe Throwing at Ripley | £60.00

Father's Day Gift Guide The Harrogate Girl Girl About Harrogate Independents Shop local

It’s throwing big axes for an hour – what’s not to love! Thought a local company that has many other fantastic gift ideas, you can book an axe throwing experience for your Dad to take out any pent-up frustration, boy will he need it during lockdown.

A Yorkshire Print | £25.00

Father's Day Gift Guide The Harrogate Girl Girl About Harrogate Independents Shop local

Something a little different now, as you can’t throw it or eat it. Well, you could try but I don’t recommend it.

If your dad is anything like mine – a proper Yorkshireman through and through, this is for him. I love this print featuring that famous Yorkshire phrase ‘Tha’ can allus tell a Yorkshireman but tha’ can’t tell ‘im much’.

The Weekend Factory | Starting at £7.00

The Weekend Factory has been set up by Mrs Smith’s Café and works in partnership with many Harrogate independents. They have some extremely cool things lined up for Father’s Day…

Father's Day Gift Guide The Harrogate Girl Girl About Harrogate Independents Shop local

With Dad at the very heart they have a fully themed Star Wars Crafternoon Tea with themed treats and an optional craft pack from The Creation Station.

For the dads that have eyes bigger than their stomach then Big Daddy Afternoon Tea is the one to order with a  pork pie, sausage roll, scotch egg, a turkey and stuffing sandwich, mini cheese board, loaded brownie and a Father’s Day cupcake – he’ll be one happy daddy!

The Weekend Factory also provide Family Night Out-In meal kits feature Yorkshire and northern favourites, chicken parmo (Niki will be pleased), Yorkshire pudding wraps and curry kits.  You can also add on the craft kits and afternoon activities to keep everyone busy.

Deliveries are Thurs- Sunday and you’ll need to pre-order at least 48 hours in advance.  Order as soon as you can, especially the Afternoon Teas – they often sell out!  Afternoon Teas are £13.50 for adults and £7 for kids, with discounts if you order for more than one person!

Do you have Father’s Day sorted? How are you celebrating? Is it a virtual hug or a socially distance air-kiss?

with love the harrogate girl blogger blog

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