In the picturesque Lake District farmers are diversifying to secure their future.

Kate Humble meets a family who use their oak barn as a wedding venue for eight months of the year and for lambing for the other four months, and a couple who make the world’s first wool compost on their sheep farm.

Provenance is the buzz word in this final episode, which also features a woman who left city life in Manchester to make bags in Beatrix Potter’s marital home, using wool from the region’s traditional Herdwick sheep, and a woman who makes preserves from foraged food.