An ice cream maker based near Truro has had two of its products shortlisted for a prestigious national award.

Callestick Farm has made it to the final of the Great British Food Awards with its clotted cream and strawberry ice cream in the dairy category and its blood orange sorbet in the "free from" side of the competition.

Marketing manager of the farm, Amy Breach, said: “To make it to the final of this competition in two categories is just amazing and we all feel extremely proud.

"Callestick Farm started producing ice-cream exactly 30 years ago and I can’t think of a better way of celebrating our anniversary year than with awards like this.”

The shortlist of 11 finalists for the dairy category and 10 for the "free from" will be whittled down to one winner and two runners-up by a judging panel featuring Masterchef presenters Marcus Wareing, John Torode, Michel Roux Jr and Monica Galleti, food writer Sheila Dillon and Michelin chefs Nathan Outlaw, Raymond Blanc and Tom Kitchin.

The results will be announced on October 17.