Geoff smiles over how he’d put vegetables on a table outside his house to share with others. He concludes that his plot made him the person he is today.
Jeevan & Mr. Bansal discuss the importance of sharing; Mr. Bansal reveals that he used to give flowers away for free at the Great Western pub in Acocks Green.
Ester bemoans how so many Afro-Caribbean men have gone from the allotment; they are greatly missed. Ester, Alex and Grant reminisce about sharing potatoes, playing dominoes on Thursdays in the shed and the Windrush generation.
Trinnie relates his passion for growing and sharing the food he has grown.
From cauliflowers to eggs, Maz shares his surplus produce with his neighbours.
Carol explores his links to Jamaica and his farmer father, and considers the concept of sharing.
Grant describes taking on the plot from his uncle, the respect he gets for his garden and the West Indian culture of sharing food.