Hotter Shoes - 50th Birthday - Gallery
Our original factory, Liverpool Road - 1959Inside our liverpool Road building - 1959
Staff celebrate the Queens Jubilee - 1977Christmas - 1977Mary Ramsey worked for us back in the 70's and 80's and her daughter and granddaughter now work in our factory and call centre
Stewart with our Desma moulding machines - 1998Staff celebrating Hotters 40th birthday - 1999
Early trade event - 200The 'Calender Girls' make their first visit - 2002Hotter staff take to the catwalk - 2002
We say ' goodbye' to our beloved Liverpool Road factory - 2003Pasture new... our new factory starts to take shape - 2003
The Calendar girls and Lady Mayor helpsus to officially open our new factory - 2003Our opened our doors for our first factory tour in 2004 - now we are fully booked for some time to come
Our Dragon boat racing team took park in the North West event - we didn't win, but we didn't get wet eitherStrictly come dancing indeed we held a free tea for our customers at Southport Floral Hall in 2006 and 400 people turned up to dance
When we held our first X factor competition We set up a Comfort Zone to celebrate the opening of our Hotter store in Bournemouth - 2007Our first Forget me Not Walk in Chester walker raised £25k for Leukaemia Research - 2007
"These shoes were made for walking" - we created happy, dancing feet in our Chester store windows as part of the towns fashion week celebrations - 2007DIY expery Tommy Walsh simply loves his hotter shoes - 2008Andrea and Diane from our Southport store take a minute out of the wind swept Forget Me Not Walk to warm up! - 2008
Alan Titchmarsh tells Hotter: "Comfortable? Of course they are!" to describe his Rocky shoes. - 2009
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