We present an observational study of small-scale feedback processes operating in the star-forming region located in the wall of the expanding supershell around the Cyg OB1 association. The interstellar gas and dust content and pre-stellar populations in the vicinity of the open star cluster vdB 130 are analysed based on new optical and IR observations performed with the 6-m (3D spectroscopic mapping in the [S II] doublet) and 2.5-m (optical and NIR images) Russian telescopes along with the archival data of Spitzer and Herschel space telescopes. Analysing ionized gas kinematics and emission spectra, we discovered a compact region with supersonic motions. These motions may be caused either by stellar wind or a bipolar outflow from a protostellar disc. Young stellar objects were identified and classified in the area under study. Two star-forming regions were identified. One of them is a region of ongoing star formation in the head of the molecular cloud observed there and another one is a burst of star formation in the cloud tail.