1. Why not become a bushcraft ranger for the day? Bring the kids along and join the our rangers on a woodland trail. Collect supplies on route to your Chilterns base camp for the afternoon, where you can learn the skills to build shelters and campfires. You will end your mini adventure around a campfire toasting marshmallows and drinking hot chocolate. Bushcraft trail, 16th June, 2-4:30pm, £5 per adult and £2 per child, dogs on leads welcome and booking is essential for the event, please telephone 01494 755573 for more details. Check the National Trust website for more details www.nationaltrust.org.uk

2. If bushcraft is a bit too adventurous, treat your father to a trip on the Bluebell Railway, in Sussex and Kent, on Sunday 16th June. With a 9.15am departure from Sheffield Park Station, sit back, relax and enjoy an English Breakfast with tea or coffee on the Wealden Rambler, for the one hour and 45 minutes return journey to East Grinstead. Every dad will also receive a special gift. Your tickets can be used on other trains throughout the day. Prices are £39 for adults, £34 for children. www.bluebell-railway.co.uk

3. If the ‘old man’ loves fast and exotic cars, then he might celebrate Father's Day with Fast Car Rides, at the Grampian Transport Museum. Located at Alford, Aberdeenshire, the event starts at 2pm and runs until 4pm on Father’s Day. There is a fine selection of stunning fast cars, including Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches. Tickets are £15 for two rides. For more information telephone: 01975 562292, or log onto info@gtm.org.uk