In this episode we take a look at the Prepared to Save a Life campaign, feature how Bolsover District has been voted the best countryside place to live in the UK, visit a new scheme in Shirebrook to see how they are helping hard to reach youngsters and isolated adults, look at where the next B@Home properties are going to be built and round-up what events are happening in the District over the next two weeks.
Enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride through Creswell Crags just like the first Victorian sightseers used to. Visit www.creswell-crags.org.uk/events/ to book.
In this episode we feature a diner in Whitwell that is offering visitors a bistro experience, we hear how the former Coalite site is being redeveloped, we look at the second phase of our Business Growth Fund which has been launched, we take a look how a new leisure facility in Creswell has took a step closer to becoming reality and we have a round-up of events happening in the District over the next two weeks.
Full Council meeting held at The Arc on Wednesday 17 July 2019
In this episode we feature a community project in Hodthorpe who are helping the elderly and isolated, a local bowls club who are trying to attract more members, New Bolsover Model Village sees its’ last chimney stack installed as part of a £10 million project and we have a round-up of events happening in the District over the next two weeks.
In this episode we feature the ancient art of Well Dressing in Whitwell, the charity Just Good Friends Club and how they are helping adults with learning disabilities, a bijou cafe in Creswell, how you can nominate for our Sports Awards and we have a round-up of events happening in the District over the next two weeks.
In this episode we feature a new business in Creswell that aims to be a cut above the rest, a community project that celebrates the mining history in Clowne, Glapwell Cricket Club who are encouraging kids into the sport, we talk to the organiser of the Bolsover Food and Drink Festival and we have a round-up of events happening in the District over the next two weeks.
In this episode we take a look at how a new business is helping children learn from nature and the great outdoors and we visit a once derelict building that is now a thriving pub in Pinxton. We also see how sports sessions are helping children at Creswell Infants School live a healthier lifestyle, delve into the mining heritage past with a look behind the scenes at Pleasley Pit, have a chat with the new Council Leader and see what could become Bolsover's signature dish.
Full Council meeting held at The Arc on Wednesday 22 May 2019
Bolsover TV edition number three features the Louise Smalley Walk and it's success, how we are getting you people fit at Go! Active Leisure Centre, how independent businesses in the Old Yard at Bolsover are making a real success of it. Plus lots more of latest news and events in the area.
The second episode is here! This month's episode features Naysmith Bulwell in Pinxton who have an apprenticeship scheme developing new and emerging engineering talent. We visit Whitwell and how the Pick n Mix event is combating loneliness. We also see the new sculpture in Doe Lea and see how a building in Whaley Thorns has been brought back to life.
Our monthly news programme featuring the latest news and views from across Bolsover District. This episode features The Chip Inn at Whitwell. A high street in Langwith which is thriving with businesses, recyling and what goes in what bin, our film launch on Bolsover TV and how the Miners Welfare building in Creswell has been brought back into use.
Our district lies just a stone's throw away from the Peak District National Park and has a wealth of attractions, stately homes, nature reserves, footpaths, quaint tea rooms and public houses. Come and see for yourself what a beautiful district this is!
Showcasing the local market town with a big personality. Fantastic local eateries, a stunning castle perched on the hilltop overlooking miles of beautiful scenery - the town offers much to do for the visitor. Spend hours exploring the castle, country parks, bridleways, heritage and admiring the stunning architecture of the churches and buildings, or while away the summer days relaxing in the local parks. Afterwards, dine with family and friends in one of the local cafe's and public houses. Bolsover is waiting to welcome you.
The town of Clowne and it's surrounding villages are thriving. A new culture of cafe's and eateries are now commonplace in the towns. Couple this with viewing the delightful architecture, churches, strolls along the bridleways, footpaths and water ways you can have a stunning day out with your family. Come and join us.
South Normanton is a vibrant little market town set by junction 28 of the M1. With extensive footpaths, bridleways, ponds and woodland on the outskirts, it offers the ultimate 'get away from it all' feel whilst maintaining important transport and shopping links with the nearby East Midlands Designer Outlet. With plenty to do for the nature or shopping enthusiast, South Normanton and its surrounding areas are well worth a visit on your day out!
Take a look at what's available at our Go! Active leisure facility. Swimming pools with flume, 100+ station gym, two group exercise studios, group cycling studio, thermal suite, sports hall, outdoor pitches and cafe. Visit www.goactive.org.uk for more information.