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Harry Djanogly

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Sir Harry Djanogly
CBE
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Born (1938-08-01) 1 August 1938 (age 79)
France
Nationality British
Occupation Businessman
Known for Philanthropy, Art collection
Website harrydjanogly.co.uk

Sir Harry Arieh Simon Djanogly,[1] CBE (born 1 August 1938) is a British textile manufacturer. Djanogly, who is estimated to be worth £300 million, made his fortune from the merger of his Nottingham Manufacturing Company with other textile interests in 1986 to form Coats Viyella.

His son, Jonathan Djanogly, is a Conservative member of Parliament.

Early life

Born in France, Djanogly emigrated to the United Kingdom as a child fleeing from the Nazis and was naturalised a British subject on 1 November 1948.[2][3]

Philanthropy

Djanogly is an active philanthropist and has an art collection that has been said to include the largest number of Lowrys in the world, as well as works by Picasso and Monet.[4]

The Djanoglys have contributed to the founding of many venues in their home town of Nottingham, such as the Djanogly City Academy,[5] Djanogly Community Leisure Centre,[6] Djanogly Community Orchestra,[7] Djanogly Recital Hall, Djanogly Theatre, and the Djanogly Gallery.[8]

Honours

Djanogly was appointed a Commander of the British Empire in the 1983 Birthday Honours and knighted in the 1993 New Year Honours for charitable services.[9][10]

Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly have also been recognised by the University of Nottingham as part of the College of Benefactors.[11]

In 2014, Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly were awarded the Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy.[12]

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