This Mother’s Day, we want to celebrate all the inspiring and wonderful mother figures who make us who we are and champion, and sometimes challenge, us every step of the way!
Our definition of a mother is a person who loves unconditionally; the maker and keeper of precious memories; a person much loved and greatly admired.
We are talking about those amazing, unique and role model figures – mothers-in-law, foster mums, grandmas, surrogate mums, mother figures (we are so grateful for them!), mums-to-be, those who have lost their mums or their children, and the men doing the job of being a mother and a father, we celebrate and salute you all.
Did you know? Mother’s Day is held on the fourth Sunday of Lent – that is, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday.
This year, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday 14th March and, with lockdown, it may be a little different, but picking up the phone or finding a thoughtful and meaningful way to show them you are thinking of them, will make their day. Why not get the children to make handmade cards; forget normal conventions and pick a new book for them, or really give them a treat with some pampering products!
Of course, there’s lots of ways to spoil your mum and thank them for all that they do, and we will be providing you with some thoughtful gift ideas on our social channels, plus we have a competition on Instagram to win a set of Lush bath bombs. We have three sets up for grabs and, all you have to do is tell us about your special mum figures.
Remember that many of our restaurants at Chantry Place are also open for takeaways and deliveries for a tasty treat.
Why not show how much you care with Krispy Kreme’s Half Dozen with Love You Mum in pink icing? Say Love You Mum With Krispy Kreme Half Dozen | Krispy Kreme
Of course, if you are struggling and finding the day difficult, please get help at Heads Together, who also have some tips to help mental wellbeing this Mother’s Day Four tips for mums to help their mental wellbeing this Mother’s Day | Heads Together