The latest edition of BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Let’s Grow It, Cook It, Eat It’ cast its spotlight on the Belville Community Garden Trust in Greenock.
Gardening expert Nicola Singleton visited the Garden Trust, where a community growing space has flourished on the site of recently demolished high-rise flats.
From weekly ‘Soup and Blether’ lunches to educational outreach in the local school, we hear how growing, cooking and eating together is uniting the neighbourhood.
Nicola explores the allotment, where people of all ages and stages are learning new skills and growing new relationships.
We meet the dedicated team of cooks who put the garden produce to good use at their pay-as-you-feel lunches.
And Frankie Vaughan investigates how hydroponics is engaging local families in sustainable food production.
To listen to the episode, please click here.