Dougie is life president at Moor Green, now. He visits his plot every day.
Noor recalls his favourite memories on his plot, particularly talking to his children in Afghanistan, whom he misses a lot.
Chris’s love for gardening developed from a few square metres that she dug some 30 years ago.
Dave muses how the threat of atomic war in the 1960s influenced him to take an allotment plot, so he could continue to feed his family regardless of the political situation.
Geoff and Carol tell the stories of how they got plots at the Guinea Gardens. Carol explains that she was offered an allotment just after her husband died.
Josie sadly confides that she misses her plot.
Noor muses over how he felt when he started the allotment and asserts that he wouldn’t leave, given the chance.