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Cheaney

Cheaney Heritage Made in England Since 1886

Joseph Cheaney founded the company and moved to the present site in 1886.

Although some manufacturers now outsource the initial production of the uppers to the Far East, Cheaney shoes are still cut out and ‘closed’ in Desborough, Northamptonshire as they have been since 1886.

In 1966, Cheaney won the Queen’s Award to Industry for export achievement and was also sold to Church & Company plc.

In August, 2009, cousins Jonathan and William Church conducted a management buy-out of Cheaney from Church & Co (by then a wholly owned subsidiary of Prada).

They now own and operate the company and are committed to continuing the production of high quality shoes entirely made in Northamptonshire, from the cutting out of the leather to the final polishing, just as it was in 1886.

For more information visit: www.cheaney.co.uk

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