The Mantic Muddlers are a popular three-piece ‘Roots, Rattle & Roll’ band from Petersfield, who combine a rich influence of blues, folk, rock, rhythm and soul with a passion for performing and delivering their craft.
They officially launch their new album, Tall Tales & The Gospel Truth, at the Real Gone Roots Revue, at St Peter’s Hall, on Saturday, October 26, from 7pm – tickets here.
If you love Petersfield, the P pod loves you to listen
Joff Lacey and Claire Vennis are back with the latest P pod, bursting with Petersfield goodness.
This time, Claire and Joff bring you music from local band the Mantic Muddlers while our news reports include the latest on the Post Office opening, how you can view plans for changes at the Festival Hall and how Friday’s storms brought down trees in Petersfield.
Jon Walker of the Petersfield Post reports on a major funding requirement at the Open Air Swimming Pool and we meet John Welsman, a newcomer to Petersfield who is learning his way around the town with his guide dog, Breck.
Our What’s On guide will keep you busy with fun activities across the Petersphere and we also bring you our regular service of weather, sport and fun conversation from the people of Petersfield.
It’s Saturday 12 October 2019 and the wet and windy weather continues across the Petersphere. There are some brighter moments, as Richard explains in his latest forecast.
Fun fact: Richard always stands outside when recording his forecasts to get even closer to the elements.
Twice a week, local meteorologist Richard Marks updates you on the latest weather conditions for Petersfield.
Richard’s records of measured conditions in the area stretch back for decades so he can compare today’s weather to that of the past, and because he’s focused purely on Petersfield, Richard’s forecast takes into account the unique properties of our local microclimate.
Now available as a podcast
If you use a podcast app, you can now subscribe to Petersfield Weather with Richard Marks to get the latest forecast delivered direct to your device.
Just search for Petersfield Weather on your favourite podcast app and click Subscribe. Or use this link.
If you enjoy the podcast, do rate and review Richard’s forecast. He’d like that very much.