Father's Day

Father’s Day – Sunday 20 June

Take the time to show your Dad or Father figure just how much to care and make their day special on Sunday 20 June.

It’s been a while since we could celebrate family occasions – so make this year count!

Read our edit with top ideas and great gifts to show your Dad he is appreciated

Tasty bite to eat

Whether you want to treat your dad to breakfast, a light bite of a 3-course banquet you’ll find a menu to suit at Braehead. With over 15 top brands offering a wide range of delicious delights, you’re bound to find a menu to suit.

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Sweet treat

If you’ve got a sweet-toothed Dad, pop into Millies to find out more about their celebration cookies. Or treat him to a box of deluxe chocs from Hotel Chocolat Both can be found on the upper level of the centre.

personalised paving stone at the Celtic Store Braehead Glasgow

Unique gifts

Looking for a unique stand out gift that will last a lifetime? Head to the Celtic shop and find out more about their personalised paving stones. Find the Celtic Shop on the upper level of the centre near the big screen where their team will happily chat you through the options.

Or head to Menkind and peruse their latest gadgets and games. This treasure trove of unique items will fill you with fun gift inspiration.

Feeling fresh?

Now that Dad’s can get out and about treat him to a new signature scent. There are lots of Father’s Day deals in The Fragrance Shop, The Perfume Shop, Boots and Superdrug.
Ask in-store for a sniff.

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Men’s Health Week, 14 – 20 June – SAMH

Health can be a difficult topic for men. We likely all know a man in our lives who would rather ignore a health issue, not like going to the GP or feel like they are a nuisance if they ask for help. When it comes to mental health, reaching out and asking for help can in some cases be the difference between life and death.

Unfortunately, suicide is the leading cause of death in men under 50. There’s still a gender divide when it comes to suicide, with men more than two-and-a-half times more likely than women to die by suicide. SAMH are funding a PhD at the University of Glasgow looking at risk factors in men to understand this divide.

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