Free entry for dads at Battle of Jutland exhibition in Portsmouth

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DADS will be able to visit an exhibition for free on Father’s Day this Sunday.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is offering the deal which allows dads into the 36 Hours: Jutland 1916 The Battle that Won the War exhibition for free when a full-price child ticket is bought.

Alan Bush, the grandson of Athelstan Paul Bush who fought at Jutland, was there for the launch of the new exhibition last month.

He said: ‘With Father’s Day coming up my dad has been very much on my mind.

‘Jutland is part of our family history, with the pictures we have up at home and grandfather’s medals. Dads shouldn’t miss this chance.’

To book your Father’s Day ticket for the Jutland exhibition visit and enter the code FDPROMO.