Highly-rated documentary film, Six Inches of Soil, will be screened at an event in Wincanton this week.

The film, which follows the journeys of young British farmers challenging conventional food systems, is part of an engaging line-up at Lynne Franks' SEED Hub this summer.

It will be hosted on June 12, from 7pm at the SEED Hub in Market Square.

Six Inches of Soil narrates the first year of three enterprising farmers choosing regenerative agricultural methods.

The film also captures enlightening dialogues by experts from the expanding movement devoted to revolutionising food production and conservation efforts.

Audience members will have an opportunity to actively engage in a Q&A session with well informed regenerative farming experts after the screening.

The panel will consist of Giacomo and Matteo Grasso, creators of the innovative Higher Farm project, and Marcus Fergusson of the organic Feltham’s Farm.

Lynne Franks said: "We’re incredibly excited to host a screening of Six Inches of Soil here in Wincanton as part of the dynamic and eclectic programme of events and workshops taking place at the SEED Hub this summer."

Tickets are £14.50 a head, including a pizza meal and access to the Q&A session.

For bookings and more information, visit www.seedhub.uk/sixinchesofsoil.