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Walkley Clogs, Unit 10, Mount Pleasant Mills, Midgley Road, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 5LR. Tel: 01422 885757
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A visit to the clog shop His broad beaming friendly smile that lights up all the room. It welcomes customers young and old and introduces them to his world. One of glittering nails, and polished wood, and leathers with  wholesome smell. You can see them fascinated with his handy work, has he dazzles them with his skill. They watch as the nails are skilfully hammered, attaching the leather uppers onto the wooden sole. It fetches back memories for some, and clog stories they are told. The shop brimming with clogs of all styles are tempting for a few. They put their feet in wood and leather and the delight is clear to see. That magical feel of clogs when you try on your very first pair is an experience to treasure. You appreciate the comfort, the individuality, the craftsmanship and for most a bond appears. Before they leave every pair is sprinkled with magic dust for them to spread their cheer. Then into a bag the clogs are put and off they go to start, a new adventure for the wearer. There will be never be a dull moment as people will stop you and chat, as they tell you their clog stories and how lovely is that. You see every pair is programmed to spread the word how good, and how blooming comfortable a pair of clogs really are, and you will never have a set of footwear that you will enjoy so much. To echo the words of many a clog wearer "I never have them off my feet".            By Sue Greenwood Feb 2019
Clog makers poem