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The Perfect Mother’s Day in Preston

Afternoon Tea - Mother's Day

If you’re thinking of spending Mother’s Day in Preston, we’ve put together some of the best ways to treat the number one woman in your life.

Maybe she loves exploring the outdoors, or indulging in delicious food, or even watching a show, there are plenty of events and activities to make the most of Mothering Sunday.

Explore the Countryside

Brockholes Nature Reserve Preston
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Does your mum love the outdoors? Treat her to a day in a beautiful Nature Reserve in Preston and spend a glorious day in the fresh air.

Brockholes Nature Reserve are hosting a special Mother’s Day trail where you and your loved ones can explore the countryside and try to spot some wildlife.

When you arrive you’ll receive a trail pack and pencil, so you can answer the fun questions and sketch a few of the animals.

Each group that complete the trail will be treated to a yummy gift at the end!

Indulge in Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

One of the best ways to spoil mum this Mother’s Day is with a luxurious afternoon tea.

There are plenty of cute cafes and traditional restaurants to enjoy a delicious selection of delicate sandwiches, sweet treats, mini cakes and freshly baked scones.

Choose from a traditional affair at Samlesbury Hall or Happy Bunnies Cafe, or if you’ve got younger children, The Tiny Teacups Play Cafe are putting on a special afternoon tea just for mums.

Treat Her to a Spa Day

Preston spa

One of the best ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Preston is by booking a spa day.

The Mandala Yoga And Complementary Health Centre in Preston are offering mums the chance to relax, unwind and re-energise with their special Pamper Day, including lunch and prosecco.

The day will feature a yoga class that is perfect for releasing tension, followed by guided deep full body and mind relaxation. After this your mum can enjoy a gong bath, henna tattoos and hand massages.

The perfect way to treat the number one woman in your life this Mother’s Day.

Watch Some Live Music

The Quo Experience
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Spend Mother’s Day in Preston watching some amazing live music and really make the most of your time together.

If you’re mum loves Status Quo, why not treat her to a live performance from The Quo Experience at Thwaites Empire Theatre.

Set to be a stunning show, it is perfect for both the loyal Quo fans who have been addicted to seeing Status Quo ‘live’ for the past 50 years, along with those unlucky people who never managed to get around to experiencing the exhilaration of one of their live shows.

Have an alternative Mother’s Day in Preston and surprise her with an evening that is sure to get her on her feet and singing along.

Tuck into a Mother’s Day Sunday Lunch

Sunday Roast

There are plenty of places in Preston to enjoy a delicious Sunday Lunch, especially for Mother’s Day.

The Bartle Hall Hotel are putting on a sumptuous 2 course lunch, featuring live entertainment from the fantastic James Edgar.

All mums will also receive a special gift, so they are sure to feel like number one.

Visit the Theatre

Mother's Day in Preston

Finally, why not spend Mother’s Day in Preston at the theatre and enjoy a family friendly production that you’ll all love.

This year, Preston Guild Hall and Charter Theatre are showing an exciting Family Music Day Concert, centred around Adventure at Sea.

You and the family can expect a fun filled, interactive afternoon of musical activities and an exhilarating concert that will take you on an adventure across the sea.

Discover different instrument workshops, explore the ‘petting zoo’ and get up close to different instruments.

We hope you’ve enjoyed our guide to spending Mother’s Day in Preston. Don’t forget to keep checking for updates on the Harris Hotel, to ensure you can book a hotel room as soon as we open! 

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