Mothers Day Ideas (57 year old social worker)

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Posted 9th Jan
I am a bit stumped this year, wanted to get something less generic than flowers / chocolate etc. Where should I be looking with a budget £60-£100
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Take you mum out for the day. My mum always appreciates that far more than buying her things.
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Take you mum out for the day. My mum always appreciates that far more than buying her things.
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Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 9th Jan
Spend some quality time with her
Patisserie Valerie. Simple, but pleasant. You can get an afternoon tea for two for about £20 from Groupon or Wowcher. Also a set of simple (unless you know her tastes really well) earrings. Give them to her at the afternoon tea.
Or take her paintballing. Something she'll remember.
Who’s the 57 year old social worker? Mum or child?
Afternoon tea
Night away.
Theatre.
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Would you like someone to suggest that about your mother??


Personally I’d take it how it was meant and lol, be no good for my mother she’s always out with different blokes. But you only live once and if she’s having fun who cares..
You know your mother better than strangers on a site so put some effort in and think...
Cinema and a meal
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