Jeevan explains how the demographic of Victoria Jubilee allotments allows people from all over the world to share recipes.
Trinnie declares that allotments have a good atmosphere, where people from different cultural backgrounds get along, before concluding: ‘everybody is my friend’.
Paul admits he is smitten by Moor Green allotments. He offers a snapshot of the diversity of plot holders on the site.
Betty considers the changing diversity of plot holders at Walsall Road from her early days to the present.
Sam delights in the variety of people who have an allotment at Victoria Jubilee allotments, as well as the positive impact allotments have on environmental health.
Balbir explains why allotments help the community in Handsworth, and how they worked together to produce a cookbook: ‘Local Food Global Recipes’.
From policemen and nurses to street sweepers, Teresinha expands on the diverse community at Walsall Road allotments.
David finds a real diversity of plot holders on his site – he jokes that allotments are full of anarchists and eccentric people.
Karen outlines how allotment demographics have changed since she started. Now it’s more diverse and she enjoys learning from different cultures.