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Embroidered Workwear Marlow

Are you located in Marlow and in need of new bespoke, high quality workwear, corporate embroidered Workwear clothing or uniforms? Only a 15 minute drive away, Cressex Embroidery Ltd offers embroidery and printing clothing services’ ensuring your brand identity is clearly displayed on the clothing you wear. Why not visit our embroidery and clothing showroom situated onsite and local to Marlow, allowing clients to view and try on a wide range of items before purchase? Items we stock include:

  • Fleeces
  • Jumpers
  • Polo Shirts
  • Workwear Trousers
  • T-Shirts
  • PPE

With over 20 years’ experience, our passionate in house design team will work with you to offer products best matching your individual needs. Working to achieve beyond expectations, our dedicated team are able to support work in need of a quick turn around, and will do our very best to fulfil any unpredictable, last minute jobs that arise.

Our high standards of work and competitive prices has allowed us to build an impressive reputation within High Wycombe and the surrounding areas, meaning clients find themselves returning to us for future work.

No matter what design or idea you may have, our friendly team are looking forward to helping you fulfil your brand identity through clothing in Marlow.

Who We Are

We are a supplier of custom workwear, leisurewear, sportswear and promotional goods. Over the last 20 years we have produced high quality products for small to large companies, schools, clubs, and the promotional marketing sector. Our clients range from individuals and small businesses to blue chip and brand recognised national companies.

Our success has been driven by our investment in high-tech machinery and the skills and experience of our staff. The quality of our service and the depth of our knowledge has most recently been recognised by our receiving the Printwear and Promotions Embroidery and Digitising Award at the Birmingham NEC National Decorators’ Exhibition Show. We pride ourselves on a bespoke service that promises:

  • Fast and honest communication
  • Industry leading equipment
  • A devoted and experienced team
  • A lead time of 7-10 working days
  • Next-day DPD courier delivery

The Embroidery process.

Regardless of the nature of your business club or embroidery requirement, there are some simple stages that need to be done to create strong and appealing embroidery results.

Embroidery Design.

From an idea or an existing logo, our embroidery designers can help you convert your artwork into world class embroidery suitable for all types of fabrics. Our embroidery designs are digitised in house and tested on our high spec embroidery machines.

Artwork & Sampling

Our artwork team will work with you to get your design spot-on for embroidery. Once the artwork is finalised, we will convert your design into an embroidery file and proceed with your order. If you’d like to see a sample of the embroidery before proceeding with the complete order, this is something we are more than happy to do. This allows you to change the colours before committing to the full order.

Uniform Branding

Take your business to the next level by advertising your company on your company’s uniform and workwear. We can embroider logos, names, telephone numbers, email addresses – anything you need to help your brand grow. Our extensive catalogue has allowed us to brand workwear in a diverse range of

Sports Branding

Embroidering a team logo onto your sports kit is an easy way to give your team a professional look and feel. We can embroider your logo directly onto your playing kit and training kit – shirts, hoodies, tracksuits, we do it all. Once our artwork team has set you logo up for embroidery, we can embroider any number of items upon request, allowing you to supplement your initial order with items here and there whenever you need them.

business sectors, from PPE to hospitality, corporate workwear to school uniforms. Get in touch today to find out more about branding your uniform. No minimum order!


Monogramming is a brilliant way to add a personal touch to your items. Our monogramming service allows you to add names and initials to almost any item of clothing, making it a popular service for those looking to personalise gifts for their friends and family. Popular items for monogramming include handkerchiefs and dressing gowns – these can be found in our catalogue, or you can provide your own.

Our Machines

Our single-head and multi-head embroidery machines allow us to complete quality embroidery orders of any size. With our advanced equipment, we can reproduce your design onto a variety of items and in a variety of positions – jackets, jumpers, t-shirts, caps, and more. Once we’ve set your design up we can embroider any number of items upon request, allowing you to supplement your initial order with items here and there whenever you need them.

Finishing & Packing

We tailor our finishing and packing to your needs. If you need your order individually bagged or grouped by size, let us know and we’ll be happy to help. You can pick your order up from our workshop, or we can send it out using a DPD courier. For larger companies with repeat orders, we also offer a bespoke man-packing and distribution service. If this sounds like something you’d benefit from, let us know!

Cressex Embroidery Ltd | High Wycombe | Buckinghamshire has been supplying Marlow

and its picturesque local villages with it Embroidered and Printed Workwear Clothing for over 20 years.

Embroidered Workwear Clothing in Marlow

Equipped with 4 embroidery machines and 17 embroidery machine heads  we have been providing Marlow with a wide range of branded and logo’s clothing for years.

Our Embroidery customers in Marlow include:

Marlow Tradesmen, Strong durable clothing embroidered with company logo. Each sector, i.e plumbers / electricians etc have slightly different workwear needs, such as embroidered accreditation  from NIC, which etc.  Ask us about Embroidered workwear designed for your trade.

Examples of Tradesmen workwear we offer with embroidered branding

Embroidered Workwear polo shirts
Embroidered Workwear Sweatshirts Hoodies and bodywarmers
Embroidered Softshell and workwear Jackets
Embroidered Workwear Trousers

Marlow manufacturing.

Price is always key when it comes to a higher turnover of staff, but Quality
is always our first concern, So for your embroidered clothing and great prices ask us for our long lasting budget range.

Our Manufacturing range of embroidered clothing include the following

Embroidered Poloshirt
Embroidered Sweatshirt
Embroidered Fleece
Embroidered Jacket
Embroidered Workwear Trousers

Embroidered clothing in Marlows Leisure sector.

Marlow has always been on the map when it comes to its sports and leisure
We have provided embroidered clothing for its Riffle shooting, sailing , football and Rugby clubs.

Examples of  Embroidered sports clothing we offer include:

Embroidered Sports breathable T Shirts.
Embroidered Team kits for football/Rugby/Hockey
Embroidered Leggings / Fitness pants and shorts
Embroidered Training Tops

Regardless of the size of club, be it professional or after school, Our Quality Embroidery to sports clothing is a always unique and professional , giving you a image you can be proud of.

Be Proud of Marlow.

Be proud of Marlow , ask us about our Be proud of Marlow products for sale.
these can ordered from our showroom and include:

Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered T shirt with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered poloshirt with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered sweatshirt with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered fleece jacket with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered softshell jacket with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered workwear trousers with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered workwear shorts with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered Oxford shirt with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered Hooded sweatshirt (hoody) with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered Apron with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered Hi Viz safetywear with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered Boilersuit  with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered Coverall with left breast embroidery
Be Proud of Marlow Embroidered Caps and Beanies with left breast embroider

Interesting information about Marlow

Did you know ? Here is a little history of Marlow for interesting reading taken from WikiPedia Marlow, Buckinghamshire


Marlow  historically Great Marlow or Chipping Marlow) is a town and civil parish within Wycombe district in south Buckinghamshire,

The name is recorded in 1015 as Mere lafan, meaning “Land left after the draining of a pond” in Old English.[3]

From Norman times the manor, parish, and later borough were formally known as Great Marlow, distinguishing them from Little Marlow. The ancient parish was large, including rural areas north and west of the town. In 1896 the civil parish of Great Marlow, created in the 19th century from the ancient parish, was divided into Great Marlow Urban District (the town) and Great Marlow civil parish . In 1897 the urban district was renamed Marlow Urban District,[4] and the town has been known simply as Marlow.

Marlow is recorded in the Domesday Book as Merlaue.[5]

Marlow owed its importance to its location on the River Thames, where the road from Reading to High Wycombe crosses the river. It had its own market by 1227 (hence the name Chipping Marlow), although the market lapsed before 1600. From 1301 to 1307 the town had its own Member of Parliament, and it returned two members from 1624 to 1867.[4]


Marlow is adjoined by Marlow Bottom, a mile to the north. Little Marlow is nearby to the east along the A4155 Little Marlow Road and Bourne End is further along the same road. To the south across the Thames are Bisham (home of Bisham Abbey) and Cookham Dean, both in Berkshire,


There has been a bridge over the Thames at Marlow since the reign of King Edward III[citation needed] The current bridge is a suspension bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark in 1832, and was a prototype for and is twinned with[7] the much larger Széchenyi Chain Bridge across the River Danube in Budapest.[8]


The A4155 road runs through Marlow town centre, with the A404 lying one mile to the east, the M40 motorway further to the north, and the M4 motorway to the south.

Marlow is served by a railway station which is the terminus of a single-track branch line from Maidenhead. The train service is known as the Marlow Donkey, which was the nickname given to the steam locomotives that once operated on the line. There is also a pub with the same name, located close to the railway station.

Bus services are provided by Arriva Shires & Essex to neighbouring towns, including High WycombeHenley-on-Thames and Reading.


Marlow Rowing Club, founded in 1871, is one of Britain’s premier rowing clubs and has produced many Olympic oarsmen including Sir Steve Redgrave. The club is based by Marlow Bridge and exercises above and below the lock. The Olympic lightweight men’s double-sculls gold medallist at Beijing 2008, Zac Purchase, is a former member of Marlow Rowing Club.

Marlow F.C. is the oldest football club in the town, currently playing in Tier 8 Southern Football League Division One Central. It finished 4th of 22 in the 2016/17 season. Another local football club, Marlow United F.C., plays in Tier 11 Hellenic League Division One East and finished 2nd of 14 in the 2016/17 season.

Marlow Rugby Club plays at Riverwoods Drive. It was founded in 1947 and runs a range of senior, youth and mini-rugby teams. The England Rugby team had its training base at Marlow RFC until the late 1990s, when it moved to nearby Bisham Abbey.[citation needed]

There are two cricket clubs, Marlow Park CC, and Marlow Cricket Club which was founded in 1829 and is now part of Marlow Sports Club. Marlow Cricket Club has three Saturday teams and plays in the Thames Valley League. The Sports Club caters to field hockey, tennis, running, cycling, junior football.

[Marlow Tennis Club] was founded in 1899 and also plays at Marlow Sports Club. It has four floodlit all-weather courts and fields mens, womens and mixed teams in Bucks, Berks and Farnham Common leagues.[14]

Marlow Sports Club also hosts five other sports, hockey, running (Marlow Striders), cycling (Marlow Riders), junior football, and petanque.[15]

Marlow Town Regatta and Festival

There are two regattas associated with Marlow; the Marlow Town Regatta and Marlow International Regatta. Earliest records indicate a regatta took place annually on the River Thames in Marlow from 1855. The latter transferred to the purpose built Dorney Lake, owned by Eton College, in 2003. Marlow still hosts its Original River Regatta which takes place annually in June.

  • Local tradition has it that Jane Seymourlived at Seymour Court, about a mile north of Marlow, but this has not been confirmed.[17] Court Garden (before the house was built) was reputedly where Henry VIII courted her. A conference room at the Court Garden Leisure Complex is named after her.
  • Dr William Battie, an eminent 18th-century physician specialising in mental illness, built and lived in Court Garden Housefrom 1758 until his death in 1776. Local lore has it that he forgot to include a staircase to the first floor, so it had to be added later.[18] In 1789 his daughter sold the house to Richard Davenport, High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, who lived there for 10 years,[19] during which, Court Garden was described in Boydells History of the River Thames (1793), as “a fine Georgian house standing on a gentle eminence, a lawn of some extent descending gradually from it to the river.” In 1926 the estate was saved for the people of Marlow, largely due to the efforts of local resident and Crimean War veteran General George Higginson, after whom Higginson Park is named.[20]
  • Percy Bysshe Shelleyand Mary Shelley moved into a house in West Street in 1816. He composed The Revolt of Islam there in 1817, while Mary worked on FrankensteinThomas Love Peacock, who had suggested Shelley move to the town, wrote his novel Nightmare Abbey (1818) at a nearby house.[21]
  • Jerome K. Jeromewrote part of Three Men in a Boat at a local pub, the Two Brewers.[22]
  • T. S. Eliotlived in West Street during the First World War.[23]
  • Marlow Bottom has become the home of quintuple Olympic gold medallist rower Steve Redgrave, Britain’s only athlete to have won gold medals at five consecutive Olympics. Higginson Park features a bronze statue of Sir Steven looking across the river towards the location of the finishing line of the Marlow Town Regatta. He is also commemorated in Redgrave Place.
  • The pop singer Robbie Williamsbought a house on the river in Bisham in 2015.[24]
  • The Michelin star chef Heston Blumenthal, owner of The Fat Duckin Bray, Berkshire (voted Best Restaurant in the World in 2005) lived in Marlow until about 2017.
  • Actress Anna Actonwas born in Marlow.
  • Television and radio presenter Paul Ross, brother of Jonathan Ross, also lived in Marlow, having moved there after filming Celebrity Fit Clubat nearby Bisham Abbey. He moved out of Marlow in 2013.[25]
  • Japanese Formula Oneracing driver Takuma Sato was a Marlow resident, as was Bruno Senna, who lived in the same house.
  • Pakistani cricketer and International Cricket Council(ICC) match Referee Wasim Raja lived in Marlow and worked as a cricket coach in a local school.
  • Musician Jim Capaldilived in Marlow for many years with his wife and two daughters until his death in 2005.
  • England scrum-halfand World Cup-winner Matt Dawson spent his childhood in Marlow and went to a local primary school.[26]
  • England goalkeeper David Seamanowned a property in Marlow until 2012.[27]
  • Peter Firth, Sir Harry Pearce in the BBC MI5 drama Spooks, is a Marlow resident.
  • Andrew Strauss, former England cricket captain, moved to Little Marlow with his family in 2010.
  • The television presenter and naturalist Steve Backshalllives in Marlow.[citation needed]