VIP day for top dad up for grabs

FATHER’S Day is dedicated to making dads feel special and this year the Yorkshire Evening Post has teamed up with 
Victoria Quarter to really make it one to remember.

We want to give families across Leeds the chance to show their dads just how much they mean to them - with an amazing prize worth more than £1,500 up for grabs.

The winner will get a phenomenal bundle of gifts which includes VIP goodies from Victoria Quarter retailers.

Dinner and drinks for the winner and his family at Polpo, Harvey Nichols, and a Tesla chauffeur service for their special day are just two of the amazing gifts on offer.

Simply share your stories, memories or reasons why your father should be named Victoria Quarter Dad of the Year in 150 words or less.

The prize also includes a pair of shoes from Cheaney, a shirt and tie from Oliver Sweeney and a consultation and skincare giveaway at Kiehl’s.

A Victoria Quarter spokesman said: “The winner will picked up in a brand new Tesla motor and chauffeured to Victoria Quarter on Father’s Day ready to receive the rest of their enviable winnings.”

To nominate your dad for Victoria Quarter Dad of the Year or for more information on the competition visit

Terms and conditions are on the above site.

All entries must be received by 5pm on June 15. Nominations by anyone under 16 must have permission from a parent or guardian and must include a contact number for them.

Nicola Furbisher, YEP editor, said: “Dads are really special and so we want to celebrate them by giving away this great day of treats for all the family. Please tell us why your dad means so much.”

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