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Dave Williams and Lucy Davies present today’s essential local information, collated and fact-checked by the Shine Radio volunteer team. Today, opposition to the proposed new Aldi store on Frenchmans Road, local house prices receive a boost from being in a national park and the latest fundraiser from Petersfield Lions.
People living close to a proposed new Aldi store in Petersfield are worried that it could increase the amount of traffic near their homes.
Welcome to the final month of 2020. Joff Lacey and Lucy Davies bring you an update of local Petersfield information, including news, weather and roadworks.
Tim and Suzie start their fortnightly catch up. bite-size chunks so you can have a cuppa, grab a biscuit, whatever. It’s pure pleasure – so join in twitter, FB or online.
A violinist from Liss Forest is among a group of mums and professional musicians who have produced a musical advent calendar.
Petersfield Town Council has released a fun video presentation showing how this year’s Christmas Lights were prepared and switched on by the Mayor, councillor Lesley Farrow.
Harrison RB and James Birdseye bring you local news and information for Petersfield and its villages. Including news of Petersfield schools that have made the Sunday Times Parent Power Top 100.
Petersfield performer Michael Auger joins Shine Radio’s Noni Needs for our first play of the new Collabro song, Christmas is Here.
See the official Government and NHS guide to Tier 2 restrictions which apply from Wednesday 2 December in Petersfield.
The week ends in tiers again. Harrison, Laura and Noni have all the information about what Tier 2 means for Petersfield, agreement on a free parking plan for Christmas shoppers in Petersfield plus the rest of today’s essential local information.
It could be Scotland. Suzie pauses in a conifer wood, where loggers are clearing stands of trees. Raine chases a deer (the wrong way) as rain falls gently. What will Christmas look like for the Wildes? Icelandic! (This tradition is known as Jolabokaflod, which translates roughly to “Christmas book flood” in English.)
Direct from Tilmore and Liss, Dave Williams and Noni Needs present essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. Also featuring Lucy Davies at the weather board, Laura Sheppard reporting on the visitors centre plans and Nicola Winter of Home Start Butser.
Thanksgiving in Steep
Genevieve Hayes and Debora Harding share their menus, recipes and memories and neighbourghly love of Thanksgivng with Noni Needs.
Shirley Leader of Velvet & Rose explains why her mannequins have turned their backs on you, Jon Walker describes the inner pages of the Petersfield Post, there’s live local music and a Wilde Walk too. All with Claire and Joff in lockdown.
Trees could be planted in more than four hundred places across Petersfield. That’s the number of appropriate new sites for trees discovered by volunteers working with the Petersfield Society. Andy Moffat explains more.