Father's Day is a worldwide celebration dating back to the early 16th Century in Europe. In the UK, it falls on the third Sunday of June each year, following Mother's Day in March. It's celebrated as a way of showing appreciation to fathers all around the world with millions of people marking the day. Father's Day honours fatherhood and paternal bonds, recognising the influence of fathers in society. The day is held on various dates across the world with different regions maintaining their own traditions of honouring fatherhood. Brighten up Father's day by flying or displaying our flags to say thank you.