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For when the sun is shining and the birds are singing in the trees, why not get yourself a top quality, personalised double deckchair to help you relax and unwind when the weather is fine?
Double deckchairs also make highly romantic gifts (they are also known as ‘Lovers’ chairs’), so this would be a fantastic anniversary gift or wedding gift for your other half.
With comfort and colour in mind, a range of deck chairs are also available to hire for weddings, events and special occasions.
Council chiefs in Weymouth were branded “penny pinchers” after proposing to charge over-60s £2 a day for the chairs which have been free for 30 years.
The double deckchair provides space and comfort for you to lounge in on those warm Summer’s days.
Customise them with your favourite photos and/or text as a great gift for someone you love or as a special treat for home.
Sometimes we want nothing more than to sit in the garden and read a book or listen to some music.
If your outdoor space is all about creating an escape in which to relax and feel comfortable, take a peek at our garden chairs, floor cushions and scatter cushions.
And, if you have serious wanderlust, our stowaway beach chairs and windbreaks will add colour, comfort and style to your travels.
Duke Silver said: “If you are a disabled person that wanted a swimming pool then sorry, old people with tonnes of cash stuffed in their mattresses got in their first and got the cash for non essential free deckchairs.”Weymouth and Portland Borough Council said: “The consultation on Deckchair policy provided residents with an opportunity to have their say on an existing policy.“The results of this consultation will now go to the Weymouth & Portland Borough Policy Development committee.
Custom deck chairs, also known as a Wideboy or Lovers' deckchair for garden relaxation.
“And 75 per cent did not support any increase in income from changing the policy being used to provide free or subsidised swimming for disabled people at Weymouth Swimming Pool.“The results of the consultation clearly demonstrated that the current scheme is highly valued by residents and therefore they are keen for it to be retained.“Given the strong view from the consultation to keep the policy as it is - of benefit to those aged 60 and over - it is proposed that no change is made.