THEY are renowned for their scrumptious sausages and delicious pork pies.
They have won prizes for their goodies and even constructed a three-tier pork pie wedding `cake'.
And now the mouthwatering creations of butchers at Hinchliffe's farm shop at Netherton are to be part of a multi-million-pound film adaptation.
The team from the farm shop were commissioned to make 24 large pork pies and 120 black puddings and supply 40 ham hocks for Sky 1's £6m film adaptation of Terry Pratchett's novel Hogfather.
The film is Sky 1's biggest-ever drama commission and will star David Jason.
Hinchliffe's owner, butcher Simon Haigh, said the film company approached him after a representative saw their giant pork pie creations online.
He said: "We are delighted to be part of the film. It's nice to do something different and its a change from entering competitions.
"It was a bit of a challenge, but everyone mucked in to get all the food prepared in time for the deadline."
The team started working non-stop on Monday to get the food ready for a 6am deadline on Thursday.
The food was then whisked straight off to a London film studio to be ready for when shooting started this weekend.
It will all be used for a banquet scene-though will not be eaten, as it has to stay on the set for three days.
Mr Haigh said: "It is nice to be recognised for the work that we do.
"We have won a number of awards in recent months and it is nice to add another string to our bow.
"Maybe we will do this sort of thing as a sideline in the future!"
The Netherton team recently won the much-coveted Champions of Champions sausage competition at the Birmingham NEC.
They even made the news last year after constructing a 50lb wedding `cake' out of giant pork pies. It was specially created for the wedding of Stuart Booth, a founding member of the Ripponden-based Pork Pie Appreciation Society.
Mr Haigh added: "We have been getting a lot of attention from our giant pork pie. I have had another order for a pork pie wedding cake from an American for his brother who lives in Lancashire.
"And we are certainly flattered that a film company has seen the quality of our work and asked us to get involved. It's a real honour. "
Mr Haigh says that himself and his fellow workers will be sure to take a `butchers' to spot their efforts in the film. The four-hour film will be shown in two parts on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.