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Valentine treats for him at Festival Place

Published on:26 JANUARY 2022

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Men can be tricky to buy for, so this Valentine’s Day, why not make it easy at Festival Place? We’ve got hundreds of gift ideas for the man in your life – what's not to love?

Here are a few of our favourites:

1 Light up his life

The beautiful pomegranate-scented Date Night Candle (£20) from Joules has been designed for those who can’t be together this Valentine’s Day. The laser engraved text on the front reads “Even though we’re apart we’re in this together”, and the back of the candle can be personalised with a message they’ll treasure.

2 Key to his heart

He’s sure to fall head over heels with the ever-so-stylish Montblanc Black Leather Key Fob (£145) from Goldsmiths. A name synonymous with traditional craftsmanship, elegance and style, Montblanc creates pens, wallets and cufflinks that are always a perfect gift.

3 Spread the love

Track all the places you go together with the Scratch Map Deluxe Edition (£20) from GoGoGadget. It looks super stylish on the wall, and brings back memories of the places you’ve been to every time you look at it.

4 Tasty temptations

The name says it all, really - The Way To My Heart Grazing Gift (£40) from M&S is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day. The luxurious set includes tasty nibbles such as hand-cooked crisps, cheese twists and a pork pie to enjoy with Southwold blonde beer. Create your own cheese board with crispy crackers, caramelised red onion chutney and truffle mature cheddar. Then finish the evening off with delicious love whips and gooey hearts. Enjoy!

5 Romantic reminiscences

Take your man back to the days you first got together with the NOW Yearbook 1982 (£15.99). This special edition CD is available from HMV from February 4, and is housed in hard-back book packaging including a booklet with a summary of the year, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, and original singles artwork. He’ll go back to his youth with tracks from Culture Club, Wham!, Tears For Fears, The Clash, Pretenders, The Jam, Roxy Music, and so many more.

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