What’s on in the Petersphere
Discover and enjoy events around Petersfield and the villages
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Liz Bisset of Petersfield WI is organising a display of hand-made green hearts for the annual, nationwide, Show the Love campaign.Find out more »
Extinction Rebellion Petersfield hosts what they describe as an update on the current climate science and what you need to know to live a 1.5°C lifestyle. The lecture and discussion is suitable for all ages and takes place at the Petersfield Community Centre.Find out more »
A Barn Dance on Friday the 21st of February at the Rose Room in the Festival Hall. This is the Petersfield Mayor's Event for 2020 raising money for the Rosemary Foundation and the Twinning Association.Find out more »
Join astronomers from Hants Astro for an evening of stargazing at the fabulous location of Butser Ancient Farm. Doors open at 7.30pm where visitors can buy hot and cold drinks in the visitor centre, then at 8pm Dave Woods from Hants Astro will give a short introduction to the night sky. Guests can then step outside into the ancient world and view stars and planets millions of years old through state-of-the-art telescopes. Adults: £8 / Children £5 (under 3’s free)…Find out more »
One of two Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) two public engagement events for residents, business owners and stakeholders to find out more about the multi-million pound upgrade works designed to upgrade the electricity infrastructure from Petersfield to Fernhurst.Find out more »
Made in the aftermath of the First World War, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is the quintessential German Expressionist film masterpiece. Robert Wiene’s distorted sets, sinister shadows and unnerving characters creating a paranoid, unreal world at a time of despair throughout Europe. Minima are a four-piece group who have specialised in silent film accompaniment since 2006. Their instrumentation includes cello, double bass, classical and electric guitars, mandolin, autoharp, dulcimer, synthesizer, drum kit and assorted percussion. Their electrifying original soundtrack to…Find out more »
The Green Ribbon lecture is the annual Bedales Senior History Society talk, named in honour of the Green Ribbon worn by the Levellers, radical proto-democrats of the 1640s and 1650s. This year, Robert Gerwarth is giving the lecture, titled Why the First World War Failed to End. Robert Gerwarth is Professor of Modern History at University College Dublin. He graduated with a DPhil from Oxford University where he also held a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship. His last book, The Vanquished…Find out more »
Join us at the Bedales Open Morning on 29 February 2020 to see the school, meet both our teachers and pupils, and get a feel for the unique Bedales atmosphere. Please book in advance for our Open Morning events as places are limited. If you can't make it to the Open Morning, you are also very welcome to make an appointment to visit at other times. To book your place, please complete our registration form or contact the Deputy Registrar,…Find out more »
Lots of beer to sample from many local breweries as well as some from further afield. We will also be bringing back the awesome keg bar with a selection of 8 taps of truly fabulous brews! Hipster heaven indeed.Find out more »