There’s a nasty bug going around Britain and Raine sadly succumbed. All’s well that ends well though, and this week ends with storytelling in an ancient hut and a decent pub roast.
The Bod Pod is full of inspiration and encouragement towards better fitness and health from personal trainer Rob Carr and fitness enthusiast Dawn Clare.
This time Dawn is invited to the grand opening of Equilibrium Studios in Rake to meet the founders and some of their clients.
Founders Ryan and Dan say their mission is to help men and women get into the best shape of their lives and stay that way through sustainable fitness and nutrition coaching.
The evening started with a ribbon cutting and grand opening of the new premises, shortly followed by a charity workout to christen the new equipment and raise money for their neighbour, Focus Ability CIC.
There was a raffle to win free training, a nutrition seminar, live band, cake cutting and plenty of booze, bites and other delights….. all healthy of course!
You’ll find the studios on the Rake Industries estate in unit 3. The postcode is GU31 5DU and their website is https://www.equilibriumstudios.co.uk/
Audio production by Barry Baseley at Petersfield Community Radio
Music: Synthwave by Ryan Andersen. Used under Creative Commons licence.
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Every week, Martin Bamford compiles a selection of money stories that will help you keep in touch with our changing world as you consider how best to spend and invest.
This week – price inflation is down, house market sentiment is up and you won’t be able to gamble with a credit card. Also Santander’s 123 account loses its shine and the One Pound coin that’s worth one million times that.
Be informed and plan for your future with the Money Moment from Petersfield Community Radio. Sponsored by Informed Choice.
Sometimes bad things have to happen before good things can. Don’t be surprised to see that statement on a motivational poster on sale at the Petersfield Bookshop in the near future.
For that’s exactly what happened this week after Storm Brendon dissuaded shoppers from venturing too far from home. Bookseller Robert Sansom, who administers the bookshop’s Twitter account, issued a tweet summing up a historic, but disappointing day, for the 102-year-old business.
It said: “…Tumbleweed… Not a single book sold today… £0.00… We think this may be the first time ever…”
Sympathetic book lovers retweeted the poignant message and it was picked up and subsequently retweeted by world-renowned Portsmouth-born science fiction author Neil Gaiman … and that created a digital domino effect as the retweets gathered pace and the bookshop received online orders from right across the world totalling £1,000 within just a few hours.
And, following on from hundreds of orders, came dozens of calls from the world’s media …
Petersfield Community Radio’s Dave Bowers spoke with Robert Sansom about an extraordinary 48 hours.
Petersfield’s weekly news, views and interviews led by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey.
25 years of complementary medicine in Petersfield, thoughts of summer holidays with our local travel experts and will Joff survive panto season?
We’re direct from the Taro Centre with everything Petersfield in one tightly-packed pocked-sized pod.
Presented by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey with Dave Bowers, James Robbins, Suzie Wilde, Martin Bamford, Noni Needs and special guests Nicki Lahiri and Pippa Peters from Meon Valley Travel.
Get more information about the holiday show, including terms and conditions for the competition on the Meon Valley Travel website.
the P pod
Recorded at the Taro Leisure Centre on Monday 13 January 2020.
Next week we’re at the Physic Garden on the High Street and on 27 January you can join us at Sew Creative on Lavant Street. Just get in touch for details.
To contact the P pod, call Petersfield 01730 555 500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org