A Norfolk farm is screening a new documentary which echoes the farmer's own commitment to "regenerative" agriculture to improve soil health and food sustainability.

Eves Hill Farm, near Reepham, will host a community screening of Six Inches of Soil on April 26.

The film is billed as an "inspiring story of three young British farmers standing up against the industrial food system and transforming the way they produce food - to heal the soil, our health and provide for local communities".

It has already been shown at Norfolk venues including Cinema City in Norwich and the White Swan pub in Gressenhall.

Eves Hill owner Jeremy Buxton said he was "excited" to screen it at his family's farm, "to share the positive messages in the film, to help shift UK food and farming towards more regenerative, agroecological practices for a more resilient system".

Following the film there will be a panel discussion with speakers including Prof Tim O'Riordan, professor of environmental sciences at the UEA, journalist and Norfolk Wildlife Trust president Patrick Barkham, farm environment consultant and WildFarmed agricultural relations manager Charlie Ennals, and Charlie Curtis, sustainable farming advisor for Cool Farm Alliance.

For more information see www.sixinchesofsoil.org/screeningdates.