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A stroll across the shingle reawakens memories for Suzie as she walks with Raine on the beach in Southsea.
What new overdraft rules mean for you, record numbers in employment, young drivers get help from their parents and how long do you spend looking for things you’ve lost?
The annual holiday show run by Meon Valley Travel takes place on 8 February in the Festival Hall. Nicki Lahiri and Pippa Peters preview the event.
Petersfield’s weekly news, views and interviews led by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey, featuring wassailing, big book action, and the Physic Garden …
The traditional sound of wassailing rang around the Petersfield Community Garden on Sunday 19 January when its members sang to the health of the trees in the garden’s orchard
Hampshire County Council wants to cut the cost of providing library services. It is consulting on several options which include closing smaller libraries and reducing the opening hours of libraries like that in Petersfield by up to a quarter.
Emergency services attended Petersfield Railway station after reports of a fire on board a train.
Poor Raine’s had a sicky week, but all’s well that ends well.
Dawn is invited to the grand opening of Equilibrium Studios in Rake to meet the founders and some of their clients.
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.
Robert Sansom’s tweet bemoaning a barren day for the tills at Petersfield Bookshop sparked an ordering and media frenzy …
25 years of complementary medicine in Petersfield, thoughts of summer holidays with the experts from Meon Valley Travel and will Joff survive panto season?
The Centre of Complementary Medicine on Lavant Street has just celebrated twenty five years in Petersfield. To mark the occasion, the centre held an open day and reception. Petersfield Community Radio reporter Noni Needs was there.
It’s Woodbeding Common at sunset where Suzie’s labrador Raine is standing by to interrupt her poetic flow.
Petersfield choir director Rosa Malone prepares for International Women’s Day and you can be in her choir.
Loyal savers deserve better from banks, bad news for London Capital & Finance investors, some minimum pay workers are being underpaid and household debt returns to record highs. Happy New Year.
The Wilson family joined the Petersfield Post’s Jon Walker to discuss their fundraising to battle mum Wendy’s cancer …
Petersfield’s weekly news, views and interviews led by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey …