Our regular forecasts from Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks help you plan ahead for the conditions we experience within our unique local microclimate.
This week, a dry spell before more wetness.
What makes this forecast special?
Only local meteorologist Richard Marks updates you on the latest weather conditions for Petersfield in a regular forecast that draws on his experience and expertise.
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.
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A new book by Petersfield Museum, Policing Petersfield: 1840–2016, was launched last week.
It chronicles the story of police in Petersfield from the early days as one of the original 12 divisions of the newly created Hampshire Constabulary in 1840 to the closure of the town’s police station in September 2016.
Written by historian Diana Syms and including more than 140 photographs, the book shares previously unknown stories of policing in Petersfield.
Diana dropped into the P pod to discuss the book with presenter Claire Vennis.
Claire and Joff bring you news and stories from across the Petersphere.
This week, you’ll hear from local historian and author Diana Syms about a new book which chronicles the history of policing in the town; you’ll meet the owners of a new barber’s … with a difference; and there’s some more getting-to-know-you time with local buskers.
Plus, the latest Petersfield news with Dave Bowers, James Robbins with the local sport, Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walk, Martin Bamford’s Money Moment, Richard Marks’ weather outlook and the atmospheric sounds, words and music from Sunday’s Remembrance Day parade and service.
The P pod is produced by volunteers at Petersfield Community Radio.
To get involved call 01730 555 500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.