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Here at Morphy, we love nothing better than hearing a great story about household appliances – especially our own!
So you can imagine how thrilled we were to hear from Debbie Bolas about her grandmother Annie Hall from Batley who designed the clicker switch one of our toasters, with the help of none other than brand co-founder Charles Richards.
Ms Hall was blind and, getting fed up of burnt toast, she enlisted the help of Mr Richards to help create a switch that would bring an end to her problems.
Here she is being presented with the very first one off the product line … Doesn’t she look proud?
Ms Bolas’ story got us thinking about the other great Morphy tales people might be storing away in their cupboards.
You may have seen that we’ve switched our Facebook page to the new timeline format, which allows you to post key milestones in your company history, and we want your help to tell our story throughout the years.
We want to hear about the oldest household appliances you’ve got knocking around in your home, whether it’s a 10 year old kettle, a 20 year old vacuum cleaner or an old faithful iron.
If you like our Facebook page, you’ve probably already seen stories like this one about the 60-year-old Morphy toaster. We want to uncover even more, and use our Facebook page to tell the story of Morphy Richards from your perspective.
As well as seeing your prized household appliance on our Facebook page, you’ll also be in with a chance of winning a striking Accents Blue Kettle and Toaster set!
How to Enter
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
We’ll showcase the best on our new timeline, and we’ll pick one winner at random on Monday 9th April.