Mytholmroyd clogmakers put unique footwear range online
For generations of Pennine folk, they were the footwear of choice, but the traditional art of Northern clogmaking is practised now by only a few remaining craftspeople.
However, Sue Greenwood and her husband, Alan who run Walkley Clogs at Mytholmroyd, near Hebden Bridge, have made a concession to modern tastes by putting their range online.
The company was started by Frank Walkley in 1946, making a range of safety boot clogs, and eventually took over the nearby Maude works, where 100 staff turned nothing but clog soles.
Enduring craft: Sue Greenwood and her husband Alan are keeping the traditional art of Northern clogmaking alive at their business in Mytholmroyd, near Hebden Bridge. Picture: Charlotte Graham