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Turning 60 is undoubtedly a significant milestone, therefore it is only fitting that it should be honoured in style. If you’re looking for gift or activity suggestions for a relative, friend, neighbour, or even yourself, we have got you covered! Here are our top 4 suggestions.
Go for lunch/afternoon tea and a stroll
Invite family and friends and go for a special afternoon tea in style, and head to a national trust park to dine at their café or tea room. Not only do they have great food – but there are surrounded by beautiful views and wildlife. What is better is that any money that you spend goes towards helping preserve the area and making it a better place for the community and animals.
Head to the theatre to watch a show
Why not head to a local theatre to watch a show. There are many different options for a variety of tastes, from comedy, drama, dance or even musicals. They have a great atmosphere and is a lovely memory to make surrounded by loved ones or friends. They are accessible for all, and if you are feeling really fancy why not purchase a box ticket and get the best views in the house!
City tour to another town
Celebrate by heading to a different city or town in the UK – and take the train. When choosing your ideal city break, make sure to consider a few important factors, such as the terrain, how much walking there will be, is it easy to navigate and how many toilets there are in the location. Going away can be a great escape and a chance to relax, rejuvenate and reflect on the past 60 years. Is there a location that is special to them – such as a town they grew up in or got married in? If you do choose to purchase a getaway, then remember to send it along with a 60th birthday card to make the occasion even more special.
A spa break can be a great way to bond and relax in a beautiful location. Why not purchase a spa weekend or an overnight stay, to extend the trip and take even more time to relax. This can provide some mental clarity, and give them a new perspective on life. After all, they are approaching retiring age and may be starting to think about slowing down and future plans – this is a great opportunity to provide them with some time to do this.