There's more than just Mother's Day to look out for this March
As the clocks go forward & Spring finally begins, this month isn't just about the weather improving...
Here's a handy blog to help you on the way to being organised in whichever dates are most important to you this March.
1stof March 🏴 ☕️
St. David's Day - a day to celebrate the patron Saint of Wales
National Barista Day – if you’re going to treat yourself to a coffee, this is the day
2nd of March 📖
National Book Day – if you’ve got a child this might be the date for them to dress up as their favourite character
8th of March 🙋♀️
International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate the women in our lives, in the workplace, home or anywhere for that matter
9th of March 🍿
Popcorn Lovers Day – Sweet, salted or a more unusual flavour. Enjoy popcorn however you like it on Thursday the 9th.
17th of March 🇮🇪 🔴
St. Patrick’s Day – it’s Ireland’s turn. Break out the Irish stout to celebrate the patron saint of the Republic of Ireland.
Red Nose Day – Help raise money for a good cause this month by taking part in Red Nose Day
19th of March 👩👦👦
Mother’s Day – Sunday the 19th is the UK’s opportunity to show their appreciation for the Mothers in their lives. If you’re on the hunt for a Mother’s Day gift check out our full gift box & hamper collection
20th of March 🌤
The First Day of Spring – British Summer Time starts this week
26th of March 🕰
Clocks Go Back – There’s an extra hour of sleep to be had this Sunday morning so don’t forget to change your clocks towards the end of this month
27th of March 🥃
International Whisky Day – How do you like your Whisky? Straight, on the rocks, a dash of coke? Have your whisky your way on Monday the 27th.
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