MANY families will be celebrating Father's Day soon and with families being stuck indoors for ages, ideas might be hard to come by.

Father's Day is next weekend on Sunday, June 20 and it's not too late to book somewhere to eat or a gift experience.

That's why we've created this handy guide of places where you can take your dad within an hours drive of Reading.

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Whether your father is an adrenaline junkie, loves good food or enjoys a trip to a decent pub, we've got it covered.

Beer lover?

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Some dad's love nothing more than a good refreshing beer and with the pubs open again, now is the best time to take him to one.

Nothing says 'I love you Dad' than buying them a beer! Green King is running a competition where you can win him free beer for a whole year. 

Visit: Green King for more details 

Go Ape

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This adrenaline-filled fun experience will be the perfect bonding activity with your dad.

If he loves climbing then why not take him to Go Ape? They have a course in Bracknell which is less than 30 minutes from Reading and you'll get to make special memories.

There are many adventure courses you can book too with different price ranges.

Visit a brewery

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Phantom Brewery in Reading has a taproom where you can try a range of different beers.

It recently reopened and they are taking bookings each Saturday between 14:00 - 17:00 and 18:00 - 21:00. 

They also have a range of different ales which come in different sized packs so you can enjoy a drink from the comfort of your own home. 

Sunday Roast

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Plenty of restaurants and pubs in Reading offer a mean Sunday lunch with all the delicious trimmings, 

Heading to the pub for Sunday lunch is one of the things people have missed the most during lockdown.

Take a look at our guide to the best Sunday roasts in Reading and book a table for Father's Day.