‘We operate from one of Great Britain’s last remaining fully-vertical woollen mills’. If you are familiar with our story, or have had a flick through the About Us pages, you will have almost certainly come across this sentence. However the question may still remain, what does it mean to be a vertical mill? A literal definition would be

The Intrigue of Tweed

Tweed has become an all-encompassing term, ever-rising in popularity in its use to describe check and herringbone patterns in country colours. The recent rise in the need for tweed has come about as the public has taken British heritage items to it’s collective heart; the celebrated ‘Country Gentleman’ look is seemingly here to stay. But