Diane and Nicola contemplate the different things that they have made on their plot.
Teresinha paints a picture of allotments 20 years ago, of being the only women and contending with pin-up nudes in the clubhouse.
Josie observes some of the changes over the years regarding women on allotments and breaking down barriers of sexism.
David voices his thoughts on how allotments offer an escape from the modern world and considers the positive impact of more women taking on allotments.
Betty talks about the hostility she faced from men when she first took on her plot.
Mick explains how Blackpit Lane allotments were an almost exclusively male site. Wives weren't allowed in (‘He’s not here’).
Josie describes overcoming the quiet opposition from the local men when she became the allotment secretary.