On this week's episode:
- a £5million bid has been submitted to the cultural development fund for Shirebrook,
- as the impact of older people falling in Derbyshire is estimated to cost the county forty-nine million pounds, classes are being staged to help prevent falls and help people stay independent,
- a road in Langwith Junction is an accident waiting to happen according to local residents,
- four youngsters from Whaley Thorns staged a special song and dance show as part of a new holiday club,
- a project to help people get connected is progressing well and is looking for more people to join, and
- we visit Bolsover Drama Group as they take to the stage again for their latest production ‘Sinbad the Sailor’.
We also have extended interviews with Councillor Liz Smyth about the Cultural Development Bid for Shirebrook, Bolsover Drama Group's, Mick Whitehouse talks about their latest production, Jo Briggs talks to us about the Strictly No Falling classes and Martin Staley encourages more people to join the Digital Connect classes.
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