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BTVN went along to the 3rd Annual Tractor rally that starts at The National Forest Adventure Farm in Tatenhill to The Golden Cup in Yoxall. BTVN spoke to the attendees of the event as well as the organisers to find out what this rally is all about.
Mark Smith of BTvN’s Swarkestone Nursery “Green Finger Tips” programme, stars in his own show on BTvN called “Secret Gardens”. In his new show, Mark takes the BTvN cameras into peoples private gardens, talking to the owners,he shows us what garden gems have been created.
The YMCA Gospel Charity Concert was held at Burton Caribbean Association and BTVN went along with presenter Si Astbury. Si talked to the event organiser and CEO of Burton YMCA as well as bringing you highlights of the acts who performed at this wonderful concert. For in depth interviews with the acts Nu-Lite and Rosie please look at the In the Spotlight August edition on our website!
The annual 2013 classic car show at Lupins Farm was a huge success. BTVN went along to talk to the organiser and interviewed some of the owners about the cars they had brought to show. So if you are a classic car fanatic or even if you are not, have a look at some of the interesting vehicles present at the show.
BTVN went along to the Fun day organised by Roy Yeomans Charitable Trust at Maurice Lea Memorial Park in Church Gresley. From a 6 a side Football tournament to stalls and bouncy castles we bring you highlights of the event.
Dave Child visits the village of Melbourne and finds out some interesting facts.
BtvN’s Dave Child goes back to Swadlincote for another dose of South Derbyshire wit,warmth and charm, finishing off his visit with an interview with “Scoty Dog”…the most understanding and patient terrier in Britain.
Btvn’s Pat Murray wears two hats for this one…the first is his Councillor judges hat…the second is his BTvN presenters hat.
The Knights were ready for combat at Tutbury Castle, BTVN went along to capture their tournament and talk to some of the people there.
BTVN cameras go back to the 1940’s at Tutbury Castle