It's not everyday you get to watch a craftsman churning butter; however William Bromilow is not an everday man. I first came across him at a farmer's market, and was as taken by his character as his products: stunning handmade butters and freshly drawn buttermilk, being sold by a man in tweeds and with a good line in banter. It's all very deliberately local, small scale, and done at his pace.
Oh, and he's also got a wicked sense of humour to boot. Cheers to William for being a good bloke and letting me make this panorama of him and his team in action: I happily put up with a rapid-fire exchange of dodgy jokes and enjoyed the whole experience.