Viewers of BBC's popular Countryfile programme may recognise a well-known Bucks farm in this Sunday's show.

Matt Baker and the rest of the Countryfile team visited Laceys Farm Shop in Lane End - and you can see them on Sunday evening's programme, which airs at 6pm.

The television crew visited the Finings Road farm alongside children from High Wycombe school Beechview Academy and the Country Trust last week.

The Country Trust is a charity working with schools to help educate children on agriculture and the countryside and they have been working with Beechview Academy to teach the children about where their food comes from and how it is produced.

The visit to Laceys Farm and Shop was arranged after the Countryfile team heard about the success of the farm and shop, and wanted to show the children great local produce on their doorstep.

The Lacey family have been farming in Lane End for more than 100 years.

Their herd of pedigree Guernsey Cows produce milk and creams, and last year they won the Best Tasting Dairy product in the UK.

Will Lacey said: "It's great to have children visit the farm. As a working farm it is not always safe or practical to have farm visits, but by working with Countryfile and The Country Trust hopefully we can catch a much larger audience."

Tune in on Sunday, December 15, at 6pm on BBC One.