Petersfield weather with Richard Marks

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.

If you’re a keen amateur meteorologist you can share your weather observations and ask questions of Richard. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk

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.

Petersfield Remembrance Day parade 2019

The words, music and atmosphere of this year’s Remembrance Day parade at Petersfield War Memorial.

Our sound montage includes the words of the Vicar of St Peter’s Church, the Rev Will Hughes.

Policing Petersfield – a history

Police check out the ‘new’ speed monitoring system

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.

Dawn & Rob’s Bod Pod Episode 10 – addiction

In the latest Bod Pod, Dawn and Rob talk to addiction counsellor Sarah Cox.

Sarah Cox, addiction counsellor

Sarah runs Zephorium positive health and beauty treatment rooms on Lavant Street.

Together they discuss how addiction can affect your lifestyle in extreme ways – from overeating to overexercising.

The P pod – 12 November

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 pod@theppod.uk.

Petersfield weather with Richard Marks

Our regular forecasts from Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks help you plan ahead for the conditions we experience within our unique local microclimate.

This week, more rain both measured and expected.

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.

If you’re a keen amateur meteorologist you can share your weather observations and ask questions of Richard. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk

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.

Wilde Walk: Old Portsmouth

Raine misbehaves in Old Portsmouth during the latest Wilde Walk with local author Suzie Wilde while life on the wharf brings back vivid memories for Suzie. 

Suggest a Wilde Walk you enjoy

If you would like to propose a walk for Suzie or join her and Raine on one of her journeys just email team@petersfieldradio.uk or phone Petersfield 887 399.

Subscribe to the series as a podcast

Just search “Wilde Walks” on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts to get the latest Wilde Walk delivered to your device automatically.

Petersfield weather with Richard Marks

Our regular forecasts from Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks help you plan ahead for the conditions we experience within our unique local microclimate.

This week, the first frost of the season, more blustery conditions and just the hint of something more calm come midweek.

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.

If you’re a keen amateur meteorologist you can share your weather observations and ask questions of Richard. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk

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.

Kenya puts faith in Watoto Trust

The Watoto Trust helps put smiles on the faces of Kenyan Children

The Watoto Trust helps Kenyan children reach their potential and escape the cycle of poverty. The charity also helps in a wider way to increase awareness of the problems facing Kenya, including pressure on natural resources and loss of habitat.

Petersfield Community Radio’s 13-year-old reporter, Nina Vennis, went along to meet three of the team ahead of a big fundraiser.

Nina Vennis has her ticket

The Watoto Trust Christmas Fair takes place on 12/13 November, at the Tithe Barn, Ditcham (GU31 5RQ), from 9am-4pm. The £5 entry fee includes tea/coffee and a slice of delicious cake from Madeleine’s Kitchen.

Martin Bamford’s Money Moment

It’s Martin Bamford’s weekly round up of the money news that could inform your investment and spending decisions.

Non-starter homes; Back to the 70s for government spending?; House prices up year on year; No women and children first for Mothercare, which wants to stay out of pension lifeboat …

Money Moment is brought you with Informed Choice independent financial planners of Petersfield.

Learn more about Martin Bamford at https://icfp.co.uk/team/martin-bamford/

Greenpower is way forward for TPS pupils

The TPS teams having a pit of fun

The Greenpower season came to an end with a final at Silverstone and the P pod’s Claire Vennis was on hand to record the emotions of the day for two teams of pupils from TPS.

A shorter version of this interview was included in a recent edition of the P pod.

Images courtesy of the Greenpower Education Trust.

If music be the food of love …

Philip Young

The Festival Hall is home to Petersfield’s Musical Festival, held every year in March. It’s been around for almost 120 years and over the next few months we’ll be finding out how its organisers prepare for its week-long celebration of music.

Alastair Stewart spoke to organisers Philip Young, the director of music and festival chairman; festival secretary Marcia Fielden; Mark Dancer, conductor of the Petersfield Choral Society and festival accompanist; and Sue Upton, secretary of the Petersfield Choral Society.

The P pod – 5 November

Claire and Joff bring you news and stories from across the Petersphere.

This week, how the Kings Arms charity helps young people in Petersfield, the Petersfield organisation that helps schoolchildren in Kenya, and what was your most disappointing foreign trip? We meet the couple from Sheet who went all the way to Japan to watch England’s Rugby team lose in the final.

Also, the latest Petersfield news with Dave Bowers including details of the Petersfield food outlet which only scores a hygiene rating of one, James Robbins with the local sport, our Recipe Exchange comes from Russia with lovely meatballs,and we have details of Sunday’s Remembrance Day parade and service, including where you can and cannot park.

The P pod is produced by volunteers at Petersfield Community Radio.

To get involved call 01730 555 500 or email pod@theppod.uk.

Petersfield weather with Richard Marks

Officially our most popular audio download, the regular forecasts from Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks help you plan ahead for the conditions we experience in our unique local microclimate.

This week, more wet conditions in store and it’s turning colder… plus can you hear Richard’s grandfather clock going off?

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.

If you’re a keen amateur meteorologist you can share your weather observations and ask questions of Richard. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk

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.

Petersfield weather with Richard Marks

You thought October was wet?

Richard Marks confirms your suspicions with hard data as he recounts the second wettest October since Margaret Thatcher was prime minister and the Righteous Brothers were at number one in the charts.

Richard also takes a look ahead to this week’s weather prospects in Petersfield. the coming week.

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.

If you’re a keen amateur meteorologist you can share your weather observations and ask questions of Richard. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk

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.

Wilde Walk: on baking, ageism and Raine

Suzie Wilde revisits Chapel Common and attempts to become profound on the subject of the Great British Bake-Off … Raine, however, has other ideas.

Suggest a Wilde Walk you enjoy

If you would like to propose a walk for Suzie or join her and Raine on one of her journeys just email team@petersfieldradio.uk or phone Petersfield 887 399.

Subscribe to the series as a podcast

Just search “Wilde Walks” on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts to get the latest Wilde Walk delivered to your device automatically.