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Happy Fathers Day from Family History UK

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Wishing all the Dad's a happy Fathers Day

In the United Kingdom, Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June and therefore the date of the festival is never fixed. Many countries around the world celebrate Fathers Day, though not neccessarly on this date. Father's Day is one of those days where everyone gets a chance to honour his or her own father in a special way. This holiday has an interesting history which started many, many years ago. However, the holiday remains a very special day for those with fathers in their lives.

Sons and Daughters celebrate the occasion by honoring their father and expressing affection for them by presenting popular gifts like cards, flowers, chocolates and neckties. Young children often give handmade gifts to their Dad.

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Happy Fathers Day.

We can do it again in September. :)

Interesting how the days are held on different dates in different countries. In Thailand for example Mothers day is on the Queen of Thailand's Birthday.
 

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