Photo taken in the loft above the shop on Otley Road, it was
used as a boot factory.
From left to right are : Harry Chippindale grandfather
of the donor of the photo Jane Blake, Albert Chippindale, Dennis Bradbury ?,
1920s: A shop window display which was entered into the Daily
Express National Shop Window Display Contest, it was a prizewinner for Margaret
(Meg) Fawcett nee Chippindale, mother of Jane Blake who donated the image.
window is full of various fashionable shoe styles, an authentic view of 1920s
1930: In the shop doorway is Miss Margaret Chippindale, married
name Fawcett, mother of the donor of the photo Jane Blake.
C1900: A group of people in the shop doorway.
Donated by Jane Blake
C1939: This photo was taken after the shop property had been
divided, the left half became Crockatt's Cleaners (this paid for the
modernisation of the shoe shop) and Addy's Outfitters.
1939: This old sign was found when the shop was being refitted
following the division of the property, it advertises well known brands of
1939: Chippindale's Shop, Guiseley
Interior view of the shop after a major refurbishment, the
old advertising sign had been found during the work.
1940s: Shop assistants outside the shop to the right on Springfield
On the left is Edna to the right Mary Bailey, she emigrated to New
1978: The shop windows have been dressed to celebrate the
centenary of the business.
1978: Looking across Otley Road to Chippindale's shoe shop at the
corner with Springfield Place, to the left is Crockatt's Cleaners.
1970s: Located on Otley Road, to the left is Crockatt's Cleaners,
then the shoe shop at the corner with Springfield Place.
Undated: Interior of the shoe shop, on the left is Anne Boult, middle
Mrs Jane Blake the owner of the business and to the right Mrs Madge Dawson.
business was selected as one of the top 3 in the UK for a national award.
Photo Winpenny Donated by Jane Blake
1980s: Interior of the shop, Mrs Anne Boult is fitting shoes for
customer Cathy Miller's child.
Photo Winpenny. Donated by Jane Blake
1990: Owner Jane Blake is fitting shoes for her mother Mrs Meg
Fawcett nee Chippindale.
1990: The man is Paddy Blake with Jane Blake who donated the
photo, in the background is her mother Mrs Meg Fawcett.
1990: New oak exterior fittings to the shop.
1990: Looking across Otley Road, on the left Crockatt's Cleaners
then the shoe shop with new exterior oak fittings, next Springfield Place and on
the right the National & Provincial Building Society.
Donated b Jane Blake
February 2000: End of the era : on the left Mrs Jane Blake locks the door
for the last time as the business closed.
Moving right are Madge Dawson, Anne
Boult, Pat Hindle (behind), Pam Clitheroe and Olwynne Rhodes.
C1990: This loft was used as the workshop when the Chippendale
family made their own boots and shoes.