Morning Report – Friday 15 January

Every morning we bring together the most interesting and useful local news for Petersfield and its villages with the latest national and world headlines, Petersfield’s weather forecast and the local travel news.

In today’s news

Today, local hospitals say they need your help, a local MP is to hold surgeries online, there’s new help to keep Petersfield homes warm and a self-build housing project in Petersfield is ready to allocate plots.

All with Laura Sheppard and Emily Watts at Petersfield’s Shine Radio.

You make it shine

You can contribute stories and information to the team. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk or give us a call on Petersfield 01730 555 500.

Bringing Grimsby’s fish to Petersfield’s Market Square

Cheerful Grimsby fishmonger Daniel Gilbert drives down to Petersfield every Wednesday with fish, fresh from Grimsby’s famous fish markets.

It’s a 450 mile round trip, but it’s Daniel’s mission to bring the best of the northern fish markets to Petersfield.

Wednesdays only. Home deliveries after the market.

Daniel Gilbert Grimsby Fish on facebook.com/ tel:07403 026 150

What’s in the Ppod?

Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey talk to Noni Needs on Rise and Shine, the new breakfast show about what’s on in the Ppod this week and next.

And asks how you, the Petersfield listeners can get involved.

Lucy Lomax talks Free Shop Friday

Lucy Lomax updates Noni Needs on what Free Shop Friday is up to during this January lockdown.

And praising the Community support they receive especially from The Food Bank, The Half Moon in Sheet (making ready meals), Petersfield Lions, all the supermarkets, and food Shops who donate.

Breath, bake, repeat

Vicky Evans, a local pilates teacher tells Noni Needs how to use your breathing to ease your anxiety.

And let’s start Baking circles to support our NHS. Always with a sparkle.

Just keep breathing and baking.

Key Lime Pie

Kate Fairweather shares her Delia recipe with Noni Needs, somewhere near Durleighmarsh, for Key Lime Pie.

A very famous Floridian recipe. That uses Key Limes but other limes will do.

It’s a great citrus treat that accompanies cuisine that isn’t English or European.

key lime pie
Image free from Pixaby By RJ Sinder

Just a note of what you’ll need:
For the base:
3.5 oz (95g)butter
6 oz (175 g) digestive biscuits2 oz (50 g) Grape-Nuts breakfast cereal

For the filling:
I level tbsp grated lime zest (zest of 3 limes)
5 fl oz(150ml) lime juice (juice 4-5 limes)
3 large egg yolks
14 oz (400 g) condensed milk

Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 4, 350°F (180°C).

You will also need a loose-based flan tin with a diameter of 9 inches (23 cm), 1 inch (2.5 cm) deep, and a solid baking sheet.

Wilde Walks – from Home

Suzie walks with Richard and Raine, keeping it local now that we are back in lockdown. They did this exact walk at the beginning of the first lockdown and it’s a very different feeling.

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is and pre-order a copy at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week.

Or get the podcast on your favourite podcast app. Just search “Petersfield”.

Morning Report – Thursday 14 January

Your Petersfield local news update, plus weather and travel with Noni Needs, Emily Watts and the team. Matt Soanes at Radio News Hub has the national and world update.

In today’s news

Your daily update of news, weather and travel for Petersfield and its villages.

Today, East Hampshire councillors meet to discuss a report into governance and behaviour at the council, staff at Petersfield Minor Injuries unit ask for your help to stay safe, Petersfield Lions want more people in our community to be aware of the support available to them and bin collections in Petersfield are back to normal this week.

You make it shine

You can contribute stories and information to the team. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk or give us a call on Petersfield 01730 555 500.

Morning Report – Wednesday 13 January

Noni Needs and Kate Fairweather bring you today’s news, weather and travel for Petersfield and its villages. With national and world stories from Matt Soanes at the Radio News Hub.

In today’s news

Your daily update of news, weather and travel for Petersfield and its villages.

Today, Local police warn of Coronavirus scam schemes, the SSEN diggers are back in Petersfield, people locally appear to be staying home and following the rules and there’s a virtual Burns Night planned in support of local charity.

You make it shine

You can contribute stories and information to the team. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk or give us a call on Petersfield 01730 555 500.

the P pod – 12 January 2021

the P pod is our weekly show of Petersfield personalities and their stories, and it’s hosted as ever by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey

This week, we continue our look at new businesses that have opened up in Petersfield recently, with Annaliese Lubowski who has brought her South-African influence to a new jewellery store on the high street.

Steve Siddolph helps you stay positive and active through lockdown, Jon Walker previews this week’s Petersfield Post and there’s music from local band Neko Roshi.

It’s all in this week’s edition of the P pod with Claire and Joff.

You can contact Claire and Joff at pod@theppod.uk

Neko Roshi

Morning Report – Tuesday 12 January

Today’s local news plus weather and travel news with Lucy Davies, Paul Chubb and Matt Soanes at Radio News Hub. 

In today’s news

Your daily update of news, weather and travel for Petersfield and its villages.

Today, a Langrish family is in temporary accommodation after a devastating fire at their home in the village.

A bicycle theft in Petersfield has led to an arrest. 

South Western Railway has confirmed a new slimmed-down timetable of services through Petersfield.

And a Petersfield surgery is pleading with patients to wait for the call for their Coronavirus vaccination.

Correction

Yesterday morning we reported the latest Covid numbers. We should clarify that the number of deaths in East Hampshire, 80, is the number recorded to the 5th of January since the beginning of the pandemic. The number continues to rise and we’ll update it again next Monday.

Thanks to Dr. Rob Holland who spotted our error.

You make it shine

You can contribute stories and information to the team. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk or give us a call on Petersfield 01730 555 500.

Morning Report – Monday 11 January

Today’s local news plus sport, weather and travel news including details of bus changes with Lucy Davies, Kate Fairweather and James Robbins. 

In today’s news

More Petersfield families feel the direct effects of Covid-19 as case numbers and deaths continue to increase locally, Petersfield town Council is still offering its Lockdown Helpline Service for those who are unable to leave home, an independent Petersfield business received a boost from showbusiness royalty this weekend and the East Hampshire community lottery results are out.

You make it shine

You can contribute stories and information to the team. Just email team@petersfieldradio.uk or give us a call on Petersfield 01730 555 500.

Petersfield Telephone Box Book Exchange

Laura Sheppard talks to Melody Burgess who runs the Telephone Box Book Exchange in College Street, and runs the Instagram account petersfield_phonebox_library



Author Helen Fields donating signed copies of her books to the book exchange
Petersfield Telephone Box Book Exchange

Wilde Walks – Ashford Hangers

Suzie reports from the top of the Hangers after a long walk to get there. Others have ignored requests and have driven – and Raine also misbehaves. Still, it’s a New Year and Suzie looks forward to 2021.

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is and pre-order a copy at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week.

Or get the podcast on your favourite podcast app. Just search “Petersfield”.

Cocktails with Kate: dreaming of Bellinis in a field near Rogate

Kate and fellow Shine Radio presenter Noni Needs enjoy an ambulatory discussion of Noni’s favourite cocktail – an Italian classic, the peach Bellini. 

The cocktail-obsessed pair ignore the cold weather, debating the merits of white versus yellow peach juice,  champagne versus prosecco and other important matters, such as the canned peach: friend or foe?

Noni brings a pop of colour, sunshine and peach Bellinis to Durford Wood

They conjure up the flavours of Venice to a chilly hilltop somewhere near Rogate with Noni’s favourite – the Italian cocktail classic, the peach Bellini.

The peach Bellini

Creative Commons: Heather Hutchinson from Edmonton, Canada – Flickr

The Italian classic cocktail and was invented about 80 years ago by Giuseppe Cipriani, who founded the famous Harry’s Bar in Venice. He was said to have named it for its colour, reminiscent of a saint’s toga in a painting by the Venetian 15th century artist, Giovanni Bellini.

  • one part white peach puree or juice
  • two parts prosecco

Pour the peach puree into a champagne flute, and top up with prosecco.

As is so often the case with a true classic, it’s utterly simple and quite delicious.

How Shine Radio is supporting the local arts scene

Laura Sheppard talks to Noni Needs on Rise and Shine, the new breakfast show about her new podcast The Ticket on Shine Radio.

It’s all arts and local culture. And Laura tells us how you can get involved.

Laura Sheppard Copyright Phill Griffith