A WILTSHIRE business is set to feature in a BBC programme tonight.

Ladytree Designs, based in Tisbury, will be part of an episode of Countryfile tonight, the first in a new series starting at 6pm on BBC One.

The company is a family jewellery business that is run by three generations of the Good family in Tisbury.

Ela Good, along with her mother Hannah and grandmother Kate, run the jewellers, as well as a pottery which grandmother Kate Good has been running for 22 years.

Ela said: "A researcher from the BBC got in touch with us about a month before Christmas, and said Countryfile were going to feature artists from Wiltshire.

"It came completely out of the blue.

"We filmed about two weeks before Christmas, in the local countryside, we went fossil hunting which is a big part of our work, and we also filmed in the pottery and the workshop out the back of the house."

The feature in the programme will mainly cover Ela's use of local materials, primarily a rare star agate only found in the Tisbury area, and their ethos of sustainability.

Ela added: "Our brand ethos is to be as kind on the environment as possible.

"We use Eco Silver in all of our designs, packaging made from recycled and/or sustainable materials and source only ethical and sustainable gemstones.

"We hope to be able to use our brand to spread the awareness of the issues we are facing with fast fashion and climate change by encouraging local shopping, choosing sustainable brands and thinking before they buy.

"The environment definitely means a lot to me, and our whole family really love nature, so it only made sense our brands would follow, and to be conscious about the chemicals and materials we are using."

Ladytree Designs will feature in Countryfile, tonight on BBC One at 6pm.