TOFFEE apples and Parkin are typical feasts for Bonfire Night.

But a High Flatts farm shop has taken the flavours and created a series of new ice-creams.

Louise Holmes, of Yummy Yorkshire, based at Delph House Farm, created four classic bonfire night flavoured ice-creams.

And the new flavours – toffee apple, cinder toffee, ginger biscuits and Parkin – will be available for the High Flatts farm’s bonfire and fireworks display on November 5.

The treats are made at the farm using the fresh milk and cream from the farm’s 150 strong Holstein Herd.

The Parkin ice-cream flavour has been produced by Elland-based Lottie Shaws.

Louise, who runs the farm along with husband Jeremy, said: “We wanted to create some ice-creams with a seasonal twist – so chose the flavours that remind us all of Bonfire Night.

“So we’ve got Parkin from Lottie Shaws which is great, as well as the most traditional flavours which our customers seem to love.

“We wanted to do something special for our bonfire and fireworks event and we hope people will like them.”

The farm was started in the 1960s and is now run by father and son, Philip and Jeremy Holmes.

It has produced and bottled its own milk for more than 50 years, supplying more than 10,000 customers in the West and South Yorkshire regions.

Yummy Yorkshire Ice Cream Company was added to the business in April 2007 and has enabled Jeremy and Louise to unleash a passion for ice cream.

The farm has won a number of awards in recent years.

Tickets for the farm’s bonfire event must be bought in advance and are priced at £5 each, under 4s are free. They can be bought at the ice-cream parlour off Penistone Road or see