Sir Bernard

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Little Britain Characters - C - Sir Bernard Chumley
... Sir Bernard Chumley is a faded actor living in 'Sandy Toksvig House' who looks after his sister, Kitty (evidently against his own will), who is disabled after an accident ... Bernard is adamant that he isn't responsible for her disability, often telling guests of his innocence even if he hasn't been asked, implying that he had been ... In the first sketch in which he appears, Bernard invites a young actor, who has written to him, (Christian Coulson) over to his flat ...
Bernard Ashley (businessman) - Personal Life
... Laura and Sir Bernard were married from 1949 until her death in 1985 ... and kept in touch with the family and business through flying, with Sir Bernard's accomplished skills as a pilot ... Sir Bernard Ashley was the company chairman of Laura Ashley and Laura kept a close eye on fabrics ...
Acton, Wrexham - Acton Park - History
... Sir Griffith Jeffreys (Judge Jeffreys' nephew) rebuilt the family home between 1687 - 1695 ... Jeffreys the house belonged to Philip Egerton and then Ellis Yonge before being purchased by Sir Foster Cunliffe, 3rd Baronet, for £27,000 ... The parkland was originally laid out in 1785 by Sir Foster Cunliffe, who also added a new wing to the hall, designed by James Wyatt ...
Sir Bernard's Stately Homes
... Sir Bernard's Stately Homes was a series of British TV comedy series first shown in 1998 on BBC Two and later re-run on Play UK ... The central character was Bernard Chumley, played by Matt Lucas, who was already a regular stand-up character of Lucas's and would go on to be a fixture of Little ... In each edition, Sir Bernard and murderer/friend Anthony Rogers would investigate a number of country estates while searching for the Golden Potato, an advertising stunt ...
Norah, Lady Docker - Separation From Midland Bank
... In January 1953 the chairman of Midland Bank asked Sir Bernard for his resignation from the board of directors ... of Midland Bank notified its shareholders that they were to be asked to remove Sir Bernard from the board at the annual general meeting being held that February ... best interest to be associated with the publicity surrounding Sir Bernard ...

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