A FIFTH-generation farmer has turned his dream into a reality and is producing a range of dairy products using milk from their herd.

And Paul Morris's accomplishments have caught the eye of Channel Five for their upcoming series of This Week on the Farm.

The Wraysholme Creamery, which is owned and run by Paul Morris and his father Steve, was set up in December and has already been noticed by the programme for its work.

Despite only being in operation for six weeks, Paul has been flooded with positive feedback from his customers.

On January 22, a film crew and a producer from Channel 5 were invited to the property at Wraysholme Tower Farm in Flookburgh to learn about its operation.

Hosted by Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson, This Week on the Farm captures the methods and secrets of Britain’s farming life.

Paul said: “We launched in the middle of December so we’re only a young business but we’ve seen a successful six weeks since.“I feel we’ve done very well since opening. We have got folks asking about what we are producing and we’ve been able to sell almost all of our ice cream in February, which has got to be a good thing.

“We started making butter and soon will be able to branch out in yoghurt. A producer came out to see us. They said they really liked what they saw and would put it to their directors to see if they’d like us to be on the show.We’re waiting to hear back from them and hopefully we can be part of their new series. At the moment we are expecting it to be around mid to late February or early March.”

The creamery is currently supplying businesses such as A Day’s Walk Lakeland cafe, Thyme Out Coffee House and the Flookburgh and Cartmel Premier shops.