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Five Father’s Day gifts ideas with Hull theme

It’s Father’s Day this Sunday and, let’s be honest, most people tend to leave picking out a gift to the last minute. If the kitchen cupboard is overflowing with ‘world’s best dad’ mugs and the old man would prefer something a bit different and with a Hull theme,  feel free to take inspiration from our below list –

1. Craft beer
80 Days Bier Markt, Vittles and Company

It can be a bit of a cliche, but beer is a bit of a safe bet on Father’s Day. Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few years, you will have noticed a bit of a boom when it comes to craft ale. Why not treat you dad to something a bit special, or something he hasn’t tried before, by visiting one of the city’s craft beer shops? 80 Days Bier Markt in Paragon Arcade and Vittles and Company in Trinity Market are two options if you want to go down the craft beer route. Both sell locally produced beverages if you want to stick to a Hull theme.

2. Hull-themed clothing
Friends On Every Street

Friends On Every Street sell clothing with a Hull twist. Photo Credit: Friends On Every Street.

Maybe dad isn’t the most stylish. Well you can make that a thing of the past by buying him some new clobber – with a Hull theme, of course. Friends On Every Street puts a Hull twist on iconic designs and brands. Some of their latest designs honour a certain TV presenter, Mr Peter Levy. Which dad wouldn’t want a bit of Levy merch? Get more details here.

3. A piece of Hull artwork
Form Shop & Studio

Form on Humber Street sells a variety of affordable artwork and prints – and to make Father’s Day extra easy this year, they’ve even put together a special Father’s Day gift guide. From prints of iconic Hull buildings, to special little containers for all dad’s bits and bobs that he leaves around the house, there’s plenty to choose from. Get more details here.

A round of golf
Sutton Park Golf Club

Golfers on a green at Sutton Park Golf Course.

It’s the US Open this weekend, which might make dad fancy dusting off his clubs and getting out on the course. There are plenty of golf clubs in the area, but Sutton Park Golf Club is one of the most affordable. Adults can play for as little as £13 over the summer, with junior prices start at just £5.40. Get more details here.

White Rabbit and Cocoa

If you are buying for someone with a sweet tooth, why not visit one of the city’s chocolatiers? White Rabbit in Paragon Arcade and Cocoa in Trinity Market and on Humber Street both sell incredible chocolate treats.

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