Sunday 21st June is Father's Day - read on for Brighton-themed ways to make his day... 

Experiences

Behind the scenes at Kew and Wakehurst
If Dad is a keen gardener, why not join him (virtually) and go on a tour behind the scenes at Kew and Wakehurst? From art and photography to tips on growing plants at home this site has something for everyone.

Zooper Gifts from Drusillas
Drusillas Park, in Alfriston, are offering 20% off all gift vouchers in the lead up to Father’s Day! With discounts on annual passes and zoo experiences, this is a perfect gift for Dad to have something to look forward to when life returns to normal.

Borde Hill Garden
Re-opening to visitors from the 29th May with pre-booked tickets, this is the perfect family day out to explore and enjoy the stunning scenery.

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership
Offering a wide variety of courses why not book Dad on one of the Food Partnership’s online courses? Whether he wants to learn more about Moroccan Tagines or North Indian cookery, Dad can expand his culinary repertoire whilst at home.

The World’s First Virtual Record Fair
If your Dad is a vinyl fan, he can browse thousands of records from the comfort of his sofa, from the Beatles to New Wave Punk there is something for all music tastes there.


  • Spoil Dad with a Brighton foodie treat, and if you’re not fortunate enough to live in the city why not buy a gift voucher to give him something to look forward to?

The Coal Shed – Home Delivery
Treat Dad with a sumptuous meal from The Coal Shed, order at least a day in advance for your loved one to receive a finish at home meal from this award-winning restaurant, you can even add a nice bottle of wine to accompany the feast!

Curry Leaf Café – Curry Leaf at Home
If your Dad loves a curry, Curry Leaf Café offer a wide range of options for home delivery, you can either order through Deliveroo or order the food to be delivered chilled which means you can add the finishing touches – plus 10% of the profit from their chilled meals goes to local frontline NHS workers.

CinCin
Celebrate Father’s Day with a three-course dinner box straight to your door, served to share between 2 and finish at home with simple cooking instructions - delicious.

Cielo Cakery
Enjoy a sumptuous treat from Cielo, their sweet imaginarium will inspire you to find Dad the perfect treat, whether it’s one of their innovative cake jars, a cake or a gooey brownie with a range of toppings, they deliver locally, or you can choose one of their postal boxes – yum!


  • Treat your father to a tipple, Brighton has a great range of gifts you can order online with no contact delivery.

Brighton Gin
Give a taste of the city with the hand-made lovingly distilled Brighton Gin, with a choice of gift sets or a bottle of Navy strength gin, perfect for a Father’s Day treat!

Albourne Estate
Raise a toast with a bottle of an exciting and distinctive still or sparkling wine or buy a tour and tasting voucher for him to enjoy at a later date.

Bolney Estate
Alongside their award-winning wines, Bolney Wine Estate are offering a wine tasting package that you can savour whilst watching one of their virtual wine tasting sessions, Dad will be a connoisseur in no time!

Court Garden
What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than with a keeping in touch bottle of wine from Court Garden? The beauty of this is you receive 10% off your order, maybe to put towards some wine for you too?

Madame Jennifer
Distilled in Hove, Madame Jennifer offer exquisite, hand crafted gins, a coffee liqueur, limoncello and they even deliver Dad’s cocktail of choice to the door – you just need to add ice! Delivery in the Brighton area only.

Unbarred Brewery
If your papa is more of a beer fan, Unbarred offer a fantastic range of beers from tasty IPA’s to Tropic Soda, plus they deliver across the UK, cheers Dad!

Franklins Brewing Co.
If your Dad has been missing the pub, why not let Franklin’s deliver it to him at home with their pub in a box? Plus, if you live in the city, they offer free same day delivery.

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