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Is your Dad one in a million? Wish him Happy Father’s Day in The Courier

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Did you know that on Sunday 20th June, 1.1 million* fathers in Scotland will be celebrated on Father’s Day? Is your Dad one in a million?

If so, we want to hear about it! In the run-up to Father’s Day, which falls on June 20th this year, The Courier and Evening Telegraph will be paying tribute to all the amazing dads out there by asking you to submit a special message wishing him a Happy Father’s Day. For just £15 per message, you can let your dad – and everyone else – know what he (or a father figure in your life) means to you.

To publicly congratulate your dad and wish him a Happy Father’s Day, the price for one insert in either The Courier (or Evening Telegraph) is £15 to be published on either Friday 18th June or Saturday 19th June.

The deadline for booking is 12pm the day before.

To book an insert, just call our Customer Experience team with your message on: 01382 455 666 or email: teleads@dctmedia.co.uk

The DCT Shop has loads of gift ideas

And if you are stuck for what to buy your dad this Father’s Day, there is plenty of inspiration on our DC Thomson shop. Whether your dad is a football fan, enjoys reading, gardening, has a sweet tooth or likes a tipple, there are so many gifts to choose from on the website. From books and magazine subscriptions to personalised items, the shop may help you find another perfect way to say ‘thank you’, click here to visit the shop.

*Source: TGI April 2021


To book place a Father’s Day greeting in The Courier (or Evening Telegraph),  call our Customer Experience team with your personalised message on: 01382 455 666 or email: teleads@dctmedia.co.uk