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Holiday news, parking news and a sodabread disaster. After 15 weeks indoors, Joff Lacey and the newly coiffured Claire Vennis are finally out in the Petersphere, direct from the sun-kissed garden of The Old Drum on Chapel Street.
Suzie Wilde and new boy Michael Auger are here with today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages. We talk to local sculptor Jonty Hurwitz whose bronze sculpture dedicated to walkers was stolen at the weekend.
Suzie returns from a windy walk to research some detail about Terwick Common and the Fyning Estate. What was Sussex’s biggest robbery – and who is Colin?
Noni Needs and Harrison RB are here with today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages. We also hear your views on the new traffic and parking restrictions in Petersfield and how the decisions were made on them from Councillor Rob Mocatta
Councillor Rob Mocatta explains what decisions the County and District Councils have made about parking and street restrictions as part of the town’s response to Covid-19 distancing requirements.
Laura Sheppard and Noni Needs are here with essential information for you in Petersfield and its villages. Today, Mike Turner of Jacobs & Hunt estate agents reveals the state of the local housing market and how buying and selling houses has changed through lockdown.
Suzie and Harrison bring you today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. We also meet Jules Cavalier from Petersfield Hospital who wants your help to improve the lives of patients.
Alan Cosh and Lucy Davies usher you into July with essential information for Petersfield and its villages. Today – we solve the mystery of the chalk marks in The Square and would you want a KFC in Petersfield?
On this week’s P pod, Joff and Claire learn about TPS’ virtual summer music festival … and much more, of course.
Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey bring you today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. And you’ll discover how one Petersfield charity is helping vulnerable people through art as Artscape’s Mandie Molyneux joins us.
The project manager explains how Petersfield gets its power, what’s happening with the project and how it will benefit us who live in the town.
Coronavirus reveals wealth gaps, the Wirecard scandal reaches Britain, single mothers challenge the child maintenance service, property transactions hit a record low and energy companies can chase debts again.
Laura Sheppard and Noni Needs bring you today’s essential local information and Karen Dodds from the Time to be Me beauty salon shares her difficulties during lockdown and the continuing uncertainty she faces.
Suzie and Raine anticipate the reopening of the museum and musician Jez demonstrates his medieval instruments.
Noni Needs and Alan Cosh present today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages, and chair of the Open Air Swimming Pool trustees Linda Knutsen is our guest today. What’s happening with the pool?