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5 Easter Gift Ideas

5 Easter Gift Ideas

Spring has sprung and Easter is fast approaching. The trees and flowers are blooming and independent shops like ours are readying themselves for a gradual re-opening to the public as the lockdown restrictions begin to be eased here in the UK.

So, if you’re looking to shop local this Easter and fancy avoiding buying too much chocolate, read on for our run down of the top five Mediworld gifts for Easter 2021 for all of your loved ones, young and old!

Physio Massage Gun


One of our favourite home products just now, the physio massage gun is a must-have item for easing tense and sore muscles at home. It’s a great gift for runners and cyclists, as well as for those who spend long days on their feet or hunched over a desk at work.

The Physio Massage Gun uses a high frequency pulse action to penetrate deep into the muscle tissue and can be used to help ease muscle tension and promote recovery. 

We’ve tried it and we absolutely wouldn’t live without ours!


Foldable Walking Stick

Getting out for a walk in the fresh air is one of the best things we can do for our health, and never has it been a more important part of our day than in this past year during the global pandemic. If your loved one needs a bit of support when walking then why not brighten up their spring walks with one of these gorgeous patterned walking sticks?

Choose from our range of fun patterned walking sticks like this lovely zebra striped folding walking stick or this stylish plain, folding walking stick. The perfect gift for the elderly or less mobile walker in your life.


Footstool

Treat someone (or yourself!) to a well deserved rest after all that walking! 

And what better way to put your feet up than to actually put your feet up on a padded, adjustable foot stool. Designed to be fully adjustable to match the height of your chair or sofa and by elevating your legs you can boost your immune system and restore a healthy blood flow to the heart.


Aids for the Elderly

When it comes to buying for your elderly relatives, sometimes it’s the small, practical items that mean the most.

Know someone who struggles with some aspects of getting dressed in the morning? How about this incredibly handy button/hook/zip pullerzip aidtights aid for pulling on stockings or socks or a long handled brush or comb, ideal for those with limited arm reach or hand movement.

If your elderly or less mobile loved one could do with some help in the kitchen we have lots of great kitchen-aid accessories to make life a bit easier and keep them capable of independent living for longer.

How about this kettle tipper designed to support the kettle during pouring? The kettle support prevent spillages and burns when making a cup of tea and is an ideal kitchen accessory for independent living for the elderly, stroke patients or those recovering from surgery.

Another great gift could be this very handy non-slip jar and bottle opener making it easier to open those stiff and stubborn glass jars and bottles.

Or maybe your best Easter gift this year will be a lovely folding wooden tray for breakfast in bed or for reading or writing in bed or on the sofa. The wooden legs on the bed tray fold out to be placed over your legs and the table top surface is laminated for easy cleaning.


Gift Voucher

And finally, if you’re not sure what to buy how about a Mediworld Gift Certificate? Valid for 2 years, you can choose the exact amount you’d like to spend and we can even theme it with an Easter message for you.

You can shop online with us for delivery or local click and collect. Or you can call us on +44 (0) 20 8764 1806 to order.

Wishing you a lovely Easter. Please Shop Locally to support small, independent businesses like ours.



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