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Joanna Lumley

Joanna Lumley Deckchair

The Royal Parks Foundation

£100.00 GBP £135.00 GBP

Limited Edition Deckchair

    The ideal gift for outdoor enthusiasts. Lounge around in style in the garden next summer or hang it on the wall as a unique piece of artwork. All deckchairs have been generously designed by artists, designers, celebrities and children through Deckchair Dreams, a fantastic public art adventure, to celebrate the trees, wildlife and other rare and wonderful things of London’s eight Royal Parks.

    Limited Edition

    Just 250 deckchairs of this design are available for you buy. Made from a solid, sustainable Merpauh wood frame with a quality artist’s woven canvas, you can enjoy snoozing on these deckchairs for years to come.

    Joanna Lumley

    was born in India and educated in the Far East and Sussex. During the Sixties, she was a photographic model which led her into the acting career she had always longed for; but to be an actress without any formal training meant slim times and her first big break came with playing Purdey in The New Avengers when she was nearly thirty. By then, she had appeared in Bond and Dracula films, been in Coronation Street and acted in the West End. She has been lucky enough to have a wide-spanning career, with constant work on stage, film, radio and television.

    Probably best remembered as Patsy in Absolutely Fabulous, she has employed a scattergun technique to choosing parts - which has taken her in documentaries to Bhutan and India, Malaysia, Kenya and Norway, and left her abandoned on a desert island in Girl Friday. She has written five books, had a regular column in The Times and is married to the musician Stephen Barlow.

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