From life in the Army to alpaca farmer

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By: BBC News
Photo: Courtesy of Alpaca Culture
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Terry Barlow suffered a knee injury while he was in the Army which meant he needed to find a change of career.

After moving from Manchester to the Lake District, he had the unusual idea of becoming an alpaca farmer.

Now, with a 60-strong herd at Alpacaly Ever After, he is developing his work into a social enterprise with the aim of having a positive impact on the community around him.

Watch the video at BBC News.