Sales at footwear retailer Charles Clinkard crept up by 0.8% to £35.8m in the year to 28 January 2017, despite a “difficult trading environment”.
However, operating profit fell by 5% to £1.6m and pre-tax profit was down 12.5% to £1.4m.
The UK and Ireland continued to make up the majority of sales, at £65.4m, but European revenue more than doubled from £84,000 to £196,000 during the year. Turnover from the rest of the world was up 51.8% to £214,000.
“The business has continued to perform well in a difficult trading environment,” said a statement accompanying the accounts at Companies House.
During the year the company moved into a new £3m headquarters and warehouse at Cannon Park, Middlesbrough.