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Caron Cares & Cosyfeet


This image shows a pair of blue ladies cross bar sandles

Caron Cares & Cosyfeet

As this website is also my space to record events I am sharing the fact that Caron Cares has a mention on the well-known footwear retailers, Cosyfeet website.

It is always good when successful companies recognise the value of a committed blogger in the ‘eldersphere’.

Cosyfeet are local to me just across the Somerset border. They are recommended by over 11,000 healthcare professionals and advertise on national TV. They are also popular with customers for their ‘no-quibble’ money back guarantee and free UK returns.

As someone who suffers from difficult feet, I genuinely appreciate footwear that is comfortable, however, I still want to look nice. Cosyfeet offers a range of stylish and comfortable shoes and also have a fantastic range of socks for swollen ankles and feet. Recently newcomers to the hosiery offerings are luxurious fine knit bamboo and silky mohair socks which afford an added level of comfort and warmth for your feet.

Cosyfeet where established in 1983 with a simple idea – to make attractive, extra roomy footwear for swollen feet.Since then, they’ve expanded their range so now there’s something for everyone including ultra-comfy socks and hosiery, premium foot care solutions and innovative mobility products.

They are a company that genuinely cares about its customers and needs. They offer high-quality products, that give value for money, along with a shopping experience that’s as easy and pleasant as possible.






Award-winning blogger and care columnist for Devon Life magazine, Caron also campaigns for recognition of the needs elderly people and their carers. Designer and creator of the award-winning Dementia Assistance Cards which are free to all, and helping thousands of people globally Caron is passionate and committed to making a difference

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