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Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks explains how much rain we’ve had in the last 24 hours, how unusual this is, where it’s all come from and what we can expect to happen next.
This week, we discover the new leather goods shop on Chapel Street, Martha Lloyd from youth centre The Kings Arms shares news about new workshops for struggling students, Steve Stidolph has more health and fitness advice and there’s local music as 14 year old singer/songwriter Harrison Rhys performs his new single.
A follow up with James, now all travel is banned. What does he face? Is he still optimistic about the future? Are there any good deals to be had? Find out why it’s always better to ask an expert, especially now, and be inspired. Suzie would love to stay in the Giraffe Manor! She brings more of his great suggestions to you while the office remains closed: but you can check out the deals online here: meonvalleytravel.co.uk
Today, Coronavirus case numbers remain high but the latest data for our area suggest we may have passed the peak in Petersfield, there’s a safety inquiry after a near miss on the railway that involved the Petersfield signal box and TV viewers got to see Petersfield at its best thanks to the BBC.
Today, a local school is suddenly closed because of a number of Covid-19 cases, there’s rail disruption through Petersfield because of viaduct work in Portsmouth, the Petersfield Library is providing services through lockdown and this week’s community lottery results are out.
A new bicycle buddies scheme in Petersfield aims to attract new or rusty riders back onto their bikes. Organiser Lynn Paterson explains how it will work.
Today, local firefighters begin to drive ambulances, free books for children learning from home, a Petersfield estate agent will print your child’s homework free of charge and how to get help from the Hampshire Coronavirus Helpline.
This time, Suzie and Tim meet Thomas Harding, a bestselling author whose books have been translated into more than 16 languages. Plus this month’s reading lists from both Tim and Suzie.
TJ of Grilla Grills talks about gourmet sausages and the changing cast of jungle characters that flank the food stand at Petersfield Market. The team serve breakfast, lunch and all day snacks from their alpine lodge on the Market Square. A mandrill for now... who...
A re-purposed horse-box has become a weekend fixture in Steep, providing a shot of warmth in the January cold for Steep residents on Saturdays during lockdown, and a popular pit-stop for walkers. A welcome sight, after a two-hour stomp up Stoner! Owner and...
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.
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...
Michelle from food and sundries specialist, Butcher & Larder, explains how they focus on local suppliers at every level. Petersfield's market square on Wednesdays and Saturdays. www.butcherandlarder.com @butcherandlarderUK
Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey talk to Noni Needs on Rise and Shine, the new breakfast show about what’s on the Ppod this week and Next.
And asks how you, the Petersfield listeners can get involved.
Lucy Lomax updates Noni Needs on what Free Shop is up to during this January lockdown.
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.