Father's Day, as the name suggests, is a holiday to thank your father. It began in the early 20th century, originated in the United States, and has now been widely spread around the world. The festival dates vary by region.
Father's Day in the UK is observed on the third Sunday of June, just as it is in the US. This day is not a public holiday in the UK but is actively observed by the majority of the population. Generally, holidays are celebrated in a variety of ways, most of which are related to gift-giving, family dinners or events.