Jack Brunsdon was a master craftsman with a passion for making things from wood. He turned his hand to many varied forms of joinery, including deck chairs, toboggans and even the rear timber body work of the Morris Traveller estate motor car before finally settling on the crafting of high quality windows and doors. His exacting legacy continues today. Jack Brunsdon opened his first workshop back in the 1940s, producing everything from staircases to furniture and cabinets, but times were hard and the best of British entrepreneurship was required to survive. The snowy winter of 1941 saw Jack diversify into toboggan manufacture, whilst the hot summer of 1947 found the firm turning out deckchairs based on a concept he had spotted in the South of France.