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Sunday, 28 September 2014


The requirement for comfortable, but easily stowable, outside seats for use in the brisk ocean liner trade saw the introduction of the foldable “deckchair,” made by Edward Atkins of Bethnal Green, London in 1884.

A consumers Association report in 1987 claimed over 2500 people a year needed medical help for injuries caused by deckchairs.

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