Mrs Tink’s Fabulous Fathers Day Giveaway – Highland Titles 

Father’s Day is fast approaching and I thought it was only appropriate that I make sure the Dads were included. Father’s Day means so many things to so many different people especially in the world we live in today where family dynamics are not always Mum, Dad and 3 kids. To me Father’s Day like Mother’s Day is about celebrating those in your life that make it better just by being in it. It’s about celebrating someone who touches your life and that you can rely on through the good and the bad. So, although my questions are Father’s Day related please feel free to enter them all and celebrate someone who enriches your world on Father’s Day.

Mrs Tink x

Stuck for a quirky father’s day present? Why not give dad something sure to set tongues wagging with his own tiny slice of Scotland, thereby giving him the title Laird (a Scottish word that translates into English as “Lord”).

Highland Titles allows customers to purchase a souvenir plot of land on a Scottish Highland estate which allows owners to use the courtesy title of Laird (landowner), lord or lady.

The titles are firming tongue in cheek and a novelty gift for the “person who has everything”. That being said, a portion of the proceeds from each sale goes towards important conservation work to help preserve Scotland’s wilderness.

Scotland’s official tourist board, Visit Scotland, awarded the Highland Titles Nature Reserve 3 out of 5 stars as a tourist attraction – in 2013 alone 6,000 land owners visited their plots of land to see the conservation work being done.

When I bought home this fantastic package from Highland Titles Mr Tink was delighted and in his words: ‘Finally the recognition I deserve, call me Lord Tink of the Manor!’

If the man in your life fancies himself as a lord also and you are looking for a unique present for him, you’re in luck! The lovely team at Highland Titles have a fantastic prize pack to giveaway.

Your prize includes:

• Presentation Gift Box

• 100 square feet of land in Lochaber

• Tree planted in your honour

• Lifetime Camping Access to Keil Hill

• Clan Map Wall Poster

• Free 1sq ft plot of land in Glencoe Wood

• Stationery Template

• DVD Tour of the Area

• Style yourself as Laird, Lord or Lady

• Gift Pack

• Free ‘Meet and Greet’ Service

• VIP Club Membership

To enter simply share with us your favourite Dad story. Our judges will choose their favourite answer and announce a winner on the 6th of September at 9pm.

Good Luck x

10 thoughts on “Mrs Tink’s Fabulous Fathers Day Giveaway – Highland Titles 

  1. Sophie Elliott says:

    When we were kids he’d take us fishing all the time, I loved those days, I would get so excited to catch something, this one time I went to cast in and hooked him in the face, I thought it was stuck so I kept yanking until I realised it was in his face, so scared he would be angry, but he laughed and said its ok, wow!

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  2. Katie says:

    My funny dad story happened recently on our family cruise. Every morning we watch the morning news where they give away cash, if the show calls you, you need to pickup the phone with “I wake up with today” I call dad around this time some mornings to prank him! It’s a family joke now. Anyway, on the cruise the phone rang in dads room & he assumed it was me pranking him, so he answers with “I wake up with today” turns out it was the cruise captain himself inviting us up on the bridge! Dad was mortified

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  3. Leanne Murphy says:

    My favourite dad story would be the birth of our girls my husbands face was priceless I don’t no if he was crying with joy or the thought of having two girls to bring up and the terror they would cause for the rest off our lives but he thanks mc everyday for two such gifts

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  4. Jo Taylor says:

    What An Amazing Unique Gift Idea ,My family is half Scottish and The one place we have always talked about visiting is Scotland..
    The one story we all still have a giggle about..I was afraid of monster that lived under the bed when I was little..I had a very over active imagination (still do ) My dad tried talking me out of my Monster fear .He would look under the bed and show me nothing there ..
    One night he bent down to look under the bed all the time telling me how nothing was there..Our cat who had been sleeping under there took off and jumped out and onto Dad..The absolute horror on his face not knowing what was jumping out from under the bed..I think for a minute he was convinced of Monsters under the bed himself 🙂 I never had much trouble with those monsters after that 🙂

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  5. Diane Heriot says:

    That my Dad would help strangers. When i was a teenager he drove a couple of people where they needed to go, drove a van to help people get to and from Church and expected nothing in return.

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  6. Lee-Anne Clancy says:

    My Favourite Dad story is more his life story… He was orphaned when he was 6 weeks old & even lived on the streets for a period of his life.. He was told that he wouldn’t & couldn’t do things so he proved people wrong by not only doing them but doing them exceptionally well.. He became a successful business person & never sacrificed his dignity or humanity in any shape or form.. He even has a Football Cup named after him in a town we once lived in 35 years ago.. He is a decent & honest human being & I Love him dearly..

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  7. Bec Taylor says:

    My dad grew up in post war England, lived in a 1 bedroom flat with his parents and siblings, at Christmas time they were given a stocking full of fruit, he said, it was a real treat! Fruit was a Christmas treat! When they arrived in Australia my dad was surprised, fruit available everywhere, they even had an orange tree in the backyard!

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  8. Kathryn says:

    My favourite Dad stories are all the old tales Dad tells us of when he used to live in Italy as a child. From picking olives after school in their orchard to milking the cows for fresh milk.

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  9. nicole wilkinson says:

    My dad story isnt much to others but is to me, myself n my dad have always gotten along but just never really bonded but one day we ended up stuck together lol in his work truck for 5 hrs n we finally after 18yrs bonded n had the best father/ daughter road trip n after all those years he told me how much he <3's me n how much he missed talikng to me properly xx i ❤ my dad n wouldnt give him up for the world xx

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  10. sharyn w says:

    my dad has been there for me the last few years when I had some ongoing medical conditions that was very stressful – we had not been very close but the last few years has bought us so much closer and i just hope we get to spend more time together

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