In this episode:
- Councillor Nick Clarke talks to us about four new electric charging points being installed in Bolsover.
- After being made redundant a Tibshelf woman has set up her own business which is going from strength to strength.
- Local communities in Pinxton can sleep easy at night after a problem property was boarded up for three months due to anti-social behaviour.
- WRAP encourage people to take part in Food Action Acton.
- Council staff receive praise from residents for their work during the recent cold snap.
- And as we look to come out of the latest lockdown, we have a go at Disc Golf
We once again have a good range and mix of stories this week, so I do hope you enjoy watching it. We also have an extended interview with Jo Parker-Liddle about her new Architects business (on the business section), so please do take a look at this as well.