ideas how to treat dad this Fathers' Day
1Starting on Friday, June 15, you could take dad to Canons Road for the No. 1 Harbourside & Bristol Beer Factory Festival.
The free-entry festival which runs until Sunday, June 17, will offer the chance to try a wealth of ales and brews from across the region and beyond.
No.1 & Bristol Beer Factory Festival runs from Friday, June 15, to Sunday, June 17, 5-8pm. Visit http://no1harbourside.co.uk/events/.
2If you're over the other side of town you could try a barbecue night with a difference. At Holiday Inn, Filton, The Mangled Wurzels – a Wurzel tribute act – will perform at a West Country Griller.
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The sounds of the combine harvester-driving legends will keep everyone on their feet ready to work off the burgers and sausages.
The West Country Griller takes place on Friday, June 15, and costs £29.95. Visit www.hibristolfiltonhotel.co.uk.
3On Saturday, June 16, you could give dad the chance to meet some of cricket's most well-known commentators at Blofeld and Baxter: Memories of Test Match Special.
The special talk, which takes place at St George's, at 8pm, see the two titans of UK cricket sharing side-splitting memories from within the Test Match Special commentary boxes all over the world.
Anecdotes never before heard of the most legendary players, in every sense of the word, from the last 40 years, are finally aired.
A sporting institution, Peter Baxter was the organising brain behind BBC Radio's Test Match Special for 34 years and Henry "My Dear Old Thing" Blofeld, OBE, is one of Britain's most loved broadcasters.
Tickets cost £19.50. Tel: 0845 402 4001.
4To entertain both him and the kids, why not head to Brunel's ss Great Britain. The award-winning attraction is currently allowing vistors to dress up and smile for the camera in their own Victorian photographic studio Flash, Bang Wallop!
Tickets to the ss Great Britain cost £12.50 for adults. Visit www.ssgreatbritain.org for more information.