Petersfield weather, 23 September 2019

Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks reveals just how changeable our local weather can be. This week is more or less a washout.

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Petersfield weather with Richard Marks

The warm dry spell is coming to an end. Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks explains when and why.

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Learn more about Richard Marks

Listen to his conversation with Tim Concannon, recorded in the Five Bells in Buriton.

Wilde Walk: Stansted Park

Suzie and Raine circle the perimeter of Stansted Park and then consider the importance of reminiscence. Well, Suzie does while Raine just pants.

Where is Stansted Park?

Take the Horndean turn off the A3, South of Petersfield and then follow signs to Rowlands Castle, and then to Stansted House.


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You can find out more about Stansted Park and the stateley home within it at http://www.stanstedpark.co.uk/

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Money Moment with Martin Bamford

Petersfield Community Radio partners Informed Choice Independent Financial Planners of Petersfield to bring you money news that affects you life.

This week: cash is no longer king on the high street and funeral directors want a better reputation. Those stories and more with Martin Bamford.

Are you in one of the happiest professions and how boring are boilers? Get the numbers in this week's report... it only takes a moment.
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The beekeepers’ annual honey show

“Yummy Yummy Yummy I’ve got honey in my tummy”, Pooh said.

There was a definite buzz about Buriton at the weekend when the Petersfield and district Beekeepers Association held its annual honey show in the village hall.

Petersfield Community Radio volunteer Noni Needs met the association’s David Parkinson to discuss bees, beekeeping, honey and wax.

If you think they’re the bee’s knees..

Find out more about these spiracled pollinators and how to get involved with the local beekeepers association.

Petersfield and district Beekeepers Association website

Email petersfieldbees@gmail.com