Mother's Day

The History of Mother's Day

Mother’s Day will be celebrated on the 22nd March 2020.

Starting in the 16th century, the religious celebration was traditionally called ‘Mothering Sunday’, where people would visit the church they were baptised in and honour their mother.

Today, people tend to celebrate with their family and show appreciation for their mum by showering her with generosity and love. It is seen to give back the love, she has provided to you throughout your life.

 

What to do for Mother’s Day

If you are stuck on what to do for Mother’s Day, don’t worry as we have gathered a list of ideas on ways you can celebrate.

  • Buy flowers
  • Make breakfast
  • Buy or make a card – design it specifically to things she likes
  • Do some chores around the house for her
  • Buy her a spa day
  • Take her out for a meal
  • Complete some of the jobs she hasn’t got around to doing such as…

Change Her Conservatory Roof

If your mum has a conservatory that isn’t used, or you always hear her complaining about the temperature. You might want to spend this Mother’s Day finding a solution.

By changing her conservatory roof, you won’t be giving her a present for one day but for 365 days of the year.

Greenspace UK install insulated conservatory roofing panels to fit into your current framework and style within one day, to ensure your life can continue with minimal disruption. Not only will the insulated roofing panels help regulate the temperature in your conservatory, but it prevents furniture from fading, reduce energy bills, and comes with a 10-year guarantee.

If you want to know more about Greenspace’s insulated roofing panels, fill out the form for a free no-obligation quote. Or give us a call on 0800 65 25 157 to speak to one of our friendly staff.


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