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Father's Day is one of those days in the United Kingdom where everyone gets a chance to honour his or her own father in a special way. Father's Day Breakfast in bed or treat them to a cooked breakfast in one of Audlem's lovely cafe's tea rooms, pubs or Deli but don't forget to treat them to an extra nice little gift to show him you love him especially on Father's Day.

We have a varied range of gifts, including fun socks, mugs, ducks, ties, cufflinks and much more and our new range of Cigar designed aftershaves retailing at just £10.

With the Post Office just next door its a quick and easy way to post something should you need to. We have a lovely range of cards too. So pop down, shop local and get a small but Free gift with every Fathers Day card purchased

Rose & Mark

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