Cheaney is a brand that is deeply rooted in English heritage and craftsmanship. The company has a rich history dating back to 1886 when Joseph Cheaney founded it. Since then, the company has been making high-quality shoes entirely made in England.
Cheaney’s factory has been in the same location in Northamptonshire since 1896. During the early years of the company, it produced shoes for other retailers around the world, but later it started building its own Cheaney brand. The brand became available to retailers worldwide when the company was sold to Church’s English Shoes in 1964.
The Cheaney brand has won numerous awards, including the Queen’s Award for Industry in 1966 and the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2016. In 2009, the company was bought by the Church family, who have been making fine shoes for five generations.
Today, Cheaney continues to produce high-quality shoes entirely made in England, using traditional techniques and premium materials. The company’s commitment to English craftsmanship and heritage is evident in every pair of shoes they produce.