For readers outside the UK, "There's trooble at t'mill" is an
archaic term originating in the industrial North of England
translating to 'There's trouble at the mill', meaning of course
that there was serious unrest of one sort or another at the
local weaving mill.
So our trooble at t'mill is a series of glitches on the
new website which are taking a little longer to fix than we would
like. Speed is one issue and some of the complicated and innovative
back end facilities aren't as smooth as planned.
So . . . please bear with us and if you have a problem with
logging in (some automatically generated passwords have proved
temperamental) just email us and I'll give you a temporary
password that will work. If you come across any other
'trooble' please do tell us.