On their small farm in Weeton, Brian and his wife, Brenda, would make the ice cream in the morning then sell it in the afternoon from an 8ft square hut at the farm gates. Countless awards followed, and word quickly spread of the richest, creamiest ice cream going and visitors flocked to the farm. It became so popular that local residents began to complain that their quiet little village had become overrun with traffic; it was time to find somewhere more suitable. After searching the length and breadth of the country, our current location at High Jervaulx, in lower Wensleydale, was chosen as the ideal place to take the business forward.
A new purpose built manufacturing plant and parlour were built to cope with demand, with the parlour becoming an obligatory stop for passing visitors- we now attract over 300,000 people annually.