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  • 19/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - For a limited time only, get #free UK delivery when you spend £20 or more on our #socks and #hosiery!…
  • 16/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - Take a look at our #fabulous #sock range to protect and comfort sensitive #feet -
  • 15/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - We are pleased to announce our #winners from our #Community #Project #Award! West Faversham Community Centre and St…
  • 14/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - Read the @RealDeniseWelch latest #interview on the @choicemagUK website:
  • 14/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - @Bekah724 Hi Beka, thank you for your tweet. Our returns address is: Cosyfeet The Tanyard Leigh Road Street Somerse…
  • 12/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - Discover how our stylist, Jo Coates, styled our #fabulous #autumn #collection:
  • 09/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - How would you like to #win a pair of @Cosyfeet #shoes, #slippers or #boots of your choice? #Complete the word searc…
  • 09/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - Get out and about for free with @heritageopenday this #autumn -
  • 09/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - #Organic #September is a campaign to raise awareness of organic #produce, find out more...
  • 05/09/2018
    @Cosyfeet - Embrace the #colours of #autumn with our latest #catalogue - featuring new #footwear! Order yours today…


For a limited time only, get free delivery (UK standard) and returns worth £4.99 when you spend £20 or more on any of our ultra-comfy socks and/or hosiery. Once you’ve tried them, you won’t want to wear anything else! Terms apply - please see below*. 

Free UK delivery on socks and hosiery orders*

*Terms and Conditions
To redeem our free delivery (UK standard) and returns offer, simply add any sock and/or hosiery items worth £20 or more to your basket and enter the code CFSHFP when prompted. Free delivery (UK standard) will be applied to the order. This offer expires at 11.59pm on Tuesday 25th September 2018. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer available on in-stock items only and if all items are in stock. We reserve the right to withdraw this offer at any time. 

If you are not 100% satisfied with a product, for any reason, at any time, you can return it to us for free (within the UK) for an immediate exchange or refund of the cost of the product. 

0 Comments | Posted in Cosyfeet Blog, Latest Offers By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

Jacquelyn from Oldham has won a £100 Cosyfeet voucher, for her photograph of her lovely apple tree!

"The apple tree that I have growing in my garden is a "Scrumptious", and it is a lovely dessert apple. I have had it for about three years, but this year has been the best it has done for crop, and as you can see! They are now ready to pick."

Well done, Jacquelyn!

Scrumptious apple tree

0 Comments | Posted in Cosyfeet Blog, Competition Winners By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

Request copies of our autumn / winter catalogue to pass on to your patients. Take a look at Darcy, a refresh of our bestselling Debbie style and Anna, our new snuggly, sheepskin-lined slipper that's perfect for keeping the coldest feet warm. 

0 Comments | Posted in Healthcare Professionals News By Katie House

Going organic is good for you

9 Sep 2018 09:00:00

Organic September is a month-long campaign which aims to raise awareness of organic products and the brands, producers and farmers who bring them to us in the UK.

Organic food

We’ve been looking at the benefits that buying organic can bring both to our health and the environment:

Benefit from more nutrients

According to recent research, organically grown foods have more vitamins, minerals, enzymes and micronutrients than commercially grown foods because the soil is managed and nourished with sustainable practices by responsible standards.

Food tastes better

Organically grown foods generally taste better because nourished, well balanced soil produces healthy, strong plants.

Helps preserve our ecosystems

Organic farming supports eco-sustenance, or farming in harmony with nature. Preservation of soil and crop rotation keep farmland healthy, and chemical abstinence preserves the eco-system.

Reduces pollution and protects water and soil

Certified organic standards do not permit the use of toxic chemicals in farming and require responsible management of healthy soil and biodiversity.

What does buying organic mean?

Foods labelled as organic must meet strict regulations on how they have been grown and produced. All organic food companies and farms are inspected yearly to ensure that they meet the high standards required for organic food under European law. When you buy organic you can be sure that the products you are buying:
• Contain no artificial additives or preservatives.
• Contain fewer pesticides. There are only 20 pesticides that can be used by organic farmers all of which are derived from natural ingredients. This is compared to almost 300 pesticides used in regular farming.
• Conform to high standards of animal welfare.
• Contain no genetically modified ingredients.
• Have been produced in a way that is sustainable.

It’s easy to get involved, just look for the organic logo or why not think about growing your own! The Soil Association says that by switching just one item in your shop to organic will help contribute to changing our food system. Buying more organic food means more organic farms so fewer pesticides which is better for our wildlife and means more farm animals raised under higher welfare standards.

0 Comments | Posted in Cosyfeet Blog, Newsletter Articles By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

Heritage Open Days (6th – 9th September and 13th – 16th September) celebrate England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to places that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission.

The idea behind the scheme is to give visitors the opportunity to explore interesting properties across the country that aren’t usually open, or normally charge an entrance fee. From castles to city halls, tunnels to tower tops, police cells to private homes, the variety of places and ways to discover them are endless.

Wells Cathedral

Wells Cathedral is offering free tours on Saturday September 8th and Saturday September 15th

Heritage Open Days is organised by a huge network of people who share a passion for places, history and culture. Locally, over 2,500 organisations and some 40,000 volunteers organise thousands of site openings and events, jointly attracting over 1 million visitors. They make Heritage Open Days England’s biggest voluntary cultural event.

Visit for further information. 

0 Comments | Posted in Cosyfeet Blog, Newsletter Articles By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

Autumn styles

Can you find 8 new Cosyfeet styles or colours in our word search? To be in with a chance of winning, simply enter our competition via the online form below by 11.59pm on Sunday 30th September 2018.

The first person to be randomly selected from the entries will win a pair of shoes, slippers or boots of their choice from our autumn collection. Terms and conditions apply - please see below.*

Good luck!

Tip: Click here to view our new collection.


Fill out my online form.

*Terms and Conditions:
To be in with the chance of winning a pair of shoes, slippers or boots from the Cosyfeet autumn collection, simply find the 8 new Cosyfeet styles or colours and enter the competition via the form above by 11:59pm on Sunday 30th September 2018. One prize available. Only one entry per person. The winner will be contacted by email. Prize cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative. Prize can only be sent to a UK address. We reserve the right to withdraw this competition at any time.

0 Comments | Posted in Newsletter Articles, Competitions By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

From September 2018, to ensure that we are consistent with UK shoe size charts (which didn’t exist when Cosyfeet started), we will be referring to our women’s EEEEE+ fitting as 6E and our men’s HH+ as 3H.

Please be assured that the fit of our footwear will NOT alter in any way – we will simply change the way that we refer to it.

The table below may also help:

Sizing table

It is also worth noting that due to the adjustability of a large number of Cosyfeet styles, many feet both below and above the 6E or 3H measurement can wear them securely. This is useful as feet can vary in how much they swell and it is sometimes necessary to have footwear which can be tightened or loosened during wear.

Sizing illustration

Make touch-fastening styles even roomier with strap extensions

If you have especially swollen feet, you can purchase additional strap extensions for most of our touch-fastening styles. This will allow you to lengthen the straps on Cosyfeet footwear by as much as the equivalent of at least a 9E or 6H fitting. In extreme circumstances, some customers have used two sets of strap extensions which allows for even greater girth.


The Ronnie slipper show with strap extensions

We also offer a last resort shoe called Rowan which is much roomier than the rest of our range and is designed to fit exceptional swelling and bandages and gives the equivalent of a 12E or 9H fitting.

Rowan leather

The Rowan in black leather

How does Cosyfeet comapre to other footwear?

0 Comments | Posted in Cosyfeet Blog By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

How to make our sock fish

28 Aug 2018 09:00:00

Our Issue 44 Hip to Toe catalogue features a fantastic sock fish craft - make your very own using our step by step guide below:

1. For each fish, choose three types of sock - one for the head and fins, one for the body and one for the tail. The fins are optional!

2. Cut out the pattern on paper, for the head, fins, body and tail.

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3. Cut the socks in half, open them out and lay the templates on the INSIDE of the relevant sock. Draw round them and then cut two of each template per fish (one for each half of the fish's body).

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4. Pin the head and tail to the body of each half of your fish, right sides together.

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5. Sew across the join of the tail and the body and then the head to the body. Then trim off the excess.

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6. Repeat this process with the other half of your fish so you end up with 2 pairs of halves consisting of a head, body and tail.

7. Lay both halves together, right sides facing, and pin together around the edges.

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8. Starting from halfway down one side of the bodies, sew around the outline of the template on the sewing machine until you get to 2cm before where you started. You need to leave an opening to allow yourself to turn it inside out

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9. Turn your fish inside out and then use a pencil to pole out the nose and either ends of the tail.

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10. For the fins, lay the template along the edge of the folded sock then draw around the edge.

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11. Stitch around the white line, leaving the end of the find open so you can turn it inside out.

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12. Trim the excess and turn it inside out.

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13. To connect the pieces, go to the opening of the fish and stuff with wadding. Push it all the way down into the ends of the tail and the top of the head. If you want added weight you can always use lentils in the tail.

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14. Stitch up the opening with a needle and thread, stitch the fins onto the outside as well.

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15. Cut small circles out of felt and stitch on with a needle and thread for the eyes.

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Sock fish

0 Comments | Posted in Cosyfeet Blog By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

Exclusive bank holiday offer!

26 Aug 2018 09:00:00

Treat yourself this bank holiday weekend with free delivery (UK standard) worth £4.99 when you spend over £50. This offer is only available for a limited time so you need to be quick! Terms apply - please see below*.

Bank holiday offer - August 2018

*Terms and Conditions
To take advantage of this free delivery (UK standard) offer, add any item/s worth £50 or more to your basket (excluding delivery) and enter the code CFBNKFP when prompted. We will automatically deduct the delivery charge from the order. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. This offer expires at 11.59pm on Monday 27th August 2018. Offer only applies to in-stock items. We reserve the right to withdraw this offer at any time.

0 Comments | Posted in Cosyfeet Blog, Latest Offers By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey

Cosyfeet OT Award 2018

Now in its second year, The Cosyfeet OT Award has been awarded to Anastasia Barnes, a senior Occupational Therapist at the Emerald Centre in Colchester. The £1000 award will help fund the creation of a sensory garden where dementia clients and their families can spend time gardening and relaxing together. The winning application was chosen by Cosyfeet who were looking for a worthy project that would assist an occupational therapist or occupational therapy student to develop their professional knowledge and skills while benefitting others.

The garden will provide a space where individuals with dementia can interact with the environment, utilise their skills and knowledge, regain self-esteem and be physically and mentally active. In this way sleep, appetite, fitness and mood can be improved for a better quality of life. It will also provide a place where positive memories can be created for the families of dementia sufferers, and where community groups can gain a better understanding of dementia while assisting with garden development projects.

“The therapeutic benefits of horticulture and art are well documented,” says Anastasia. “Our garden will incorporate plants to stimulate the senses and sculptures made by patients from everyday objects.”

“We’re delighted to assist Anastasia in the creation of the sensory garden,” says Cosyfeet Managing Director, Andrew Peirce. “Dementia is such a huge issue for us in the UK at the present time. This inspired initiative will create a therapeutic space in which patients and their families can be purposefully engaged and enjoy quality time.”

We will receive a full report on the project from Anastasia later in the year.

Podiatry Award 2018

The Cosyfeet Podiatry Award is awarded annually to a project, chosen from submitted applications, by a panel from Cosyfeet. The project must assist podiatrists or podiatry students to develop their professional knowledge and skills while benefitting others. Margaryta Bazelchuk, a Level 3 BSc Podiatry student at Glasgow Caledonian, is the proud winner of the 2018 award. She will use the £1000 award to host a ‘Foot Care Soup Kitchen’ where homeless people can access podiatry and foot care services as well as enjoying a hot cup of soup.

Certain areas of Glasgow are among the most deprived in the UK, with thousands living on the streets, sometimes in very challenging weather conditions. Although shelters provide some food and clothing, most cannot offer foot washing facilities or dry shoes and socks. The foot health of homeless people can, therefore, be severely compromised.

As a committee member of the Podiatry Society at GCU, Margaryta has been involved with previous projects to collect and distribute socks, footwear and other items via Glasgow’s homeless shelters. In contrast, her ‘Foot Care Soup Kitchen’ initiative will enable students to interact directly with homeless people, enhancing both their clinical awareness and communication skills while offering a valuable service.

The students themselves will offer nail care, foot care and advice about foot health issues. Working with NHS GGC, Margaryta plans to enlist the help of HCPC registered podiatrists to offer podiatry treatment to those who require it.

“This project will provide a much-needed foot care service for people who cannot regularly access foot washing facilities, or who may lack the knowledge or confidence to access existing podiatry services,” says Cosyfeet Managing Director Andrew Peirce. “It will also provide a priceless opportunity for students to gain experience with a patient group that they would not normally encounter.”

We will receive a full report on the project from Margaryta later in the year once the project is up and running.

0 Comments | Posted in Healthcare Professionals News By Katie House
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