IF you still don't know where to treat your dad for Father's Day, this handy round-up might help.

Pubs and restaurants are offering drink and food deals to dads this Sunday to celebrate Father's Day whilst many top attractions are offering money off entry.

A Father's Day barbecue is taking place at the Bank House Hotel in Bransford, near Worcester from noon with dads getting a free drink when they book in advance by calling 01886 833551.

Brockhampton Estate, near Bromyard, is also hosting a barbecue for dads, with food and music in the open air.

If your father likes a carvery, there is a chance for a free pint at Manor Farm in Malvern Road, Lower Wick, Worcester which will be served when one of your party goes large on a Sunday roast.

All dads will receive a complimentary drink with a main meal at The Wood Norton Hotel in Worcester Road, Evesham.

Dads can also grab a free cocktail with a meal at Bodega on Foregate Street in Worcester.

If you think cookery classes are the perfect gift, two-hour sessions are taking place at Red Hen Cookery School in Bromyard Road, St John's Worcester so that gifts can be cooked up before the day itself.

Classes take place from 10am on Saturday and again at 1pm with a chance for dads and kids to spend some time together.

Places are limited so make sure to pre-book by emailing naz@redhencookery.co.uk if you wish to attend one of the sessions.

Dudley Zoological Gardens is offering free entry to dads with every full-paying adult or child if you print off a voucher.

The voucher can be printed off at dudleyzoo.org.uk/free-entry-fathers/

The zoo is also offering a free sweet treat to dads in the Oak Kitchen as staff will be serving up a cupcake to every father purchasing an adult meal throughout the day.

Dads can also get free entry to Hartlebury County Museum if they are accompanied by a child.

Witley Court and Gardens, near Worcester, is putting on a special high speed journey through the early days of motoring for the dads enthusiastic about cars.

Meet the Edwardian Motor Aces in their pit-stop camp and hear amazing tales of racing days gone by.

Dads can discover the history of motor racing, find out how Grand Prix drivers became heroes of World War Two, and wind the clock back 40 years to the epic sporting battle of the 1976 F1 season.

Motor enthusiasts can also enjoy a display of vintage cars in the grounds of the court from 11am until 5pm.

You can also treat your father to a day out at All Things Wild, in Station Road, Honeybourne with a £5 admission fee per father and children.

The Royal Three Counties Show is on throughout the weekend at the Three Counties Showground, whilst dads get free entry to Twycross Zoo in Atherstone.

Sinton Green Village Fete takes place from 1pm whilst the Mappfest music festival runs from noon until 10pm on Saturday and noon until 6pm on Sunday at Malvern Link Top Common, in Malvern.

Bands including Sauce City Jazzmen will play live music at Fort Royal Park from 2pm until 4pm.

Email sr@worcesternews.co.uk if you have a Father's Day deal you want us to mention.