What do you get the man who has everything? If the staple homemade card and ‘No1 Dad’ mug doesn’t cut it, this Father’s Day, you could try the not-quite-budget option of a £1,000 plaque.
For £1,000, you can have Dad’s name added to the base of the 9.8ft bronze Isis sculpture by artist Simon Gudgeon in Hyde Park, London.
If the price tag is a little too generous for the average Recessionista, you might want to note that it’s all in aid of raising money to help build a new, eco-friendly children’s education centre. The new ‘Look Out’ centre will be a hub for children to learn about nature and the environment and will be surrounded by wildlife ponds and a nature trail.
You better act quickly as there are only 1,000 plaques being made, visit The Royal Park Foundation.The sculpture is due to be unveiled near the Serpentine in Hyde Park in August with celebrity supporters including Sting and wife Trudie Styler and Zac Goldsmith.
For the more budget-conscious among us, check out these Father’s Day discounts to help your family finances stay intact!
Red Letter Days
Save 10% off all orders from Red Letter Days with voucher code MYVOUCHER until July 7, 2009.
Save 20% off Fathers Day Gifts from Asda with voucher code ASDADAD until June 21, 2009.
Save 10% off all orders from Wyevale Garden Center with voucher code FATHERSDAY10 until June 19, 2009
Half Price Fathers Day Cards from Snapfish with voucher code DADSDAYUK until June 21, 2009