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This week’s P pod features the Petersfield Space’s Katie Jacobs, and Helen Davies and Penny Blois, from the Petersfield branch of Save the Children. Plus, Claire and Joff are hindered by the usual panoply of hangers-on …
Hear why Flying Scotsman is in East Hampshire this week and what it means for the Watercress Line.
Eight year old Frankie Morland brought his environmental message and his guitar to Sheet this week.
The Lions Club in Petersfield holds a Diabetes Awareness Day at Winton House this Saturday, 15 February.
In the latest Wilde Walk from Petersfield author Suzie Wilde, she and her labrador Raine rise above the storm in Durford Wood, only to come sliding back to earth with a muddy tumble.
Tips on reducing your carbon footprint with Liz Bisset of Petersfield WI who has opened a display of green hearts in Cloisters Café.
Petersfield’s weekly news, views and interviews led by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey, comes to you from Fez, in Bakery Lane … just like that!
Hear personal and moving testimony from Holocaust survivor Mala Tribich MBE who gave a talk in Petersfield at Churcher’s College.
This week, the rail commuters missing out on compensation, why your water and energy bills could be lower this year, and a survey suggests many of us would fall into arrears within a month if we lost our jobs.
Suzie and Raine make a quick return to Chapel Common to escape coastal showers and acknowledge the lengthening days.
Petersfield Community Radio’s Beth Svarovska attended the recent Tree Warden meeting in Petersfield and spoke with some of the speakers and attendees
Direct from the bookshop at the centre of a global social media frenzy, it’s your weekly treat of news, views and interviews from around the Petersphere.
Chandni is a Yoga Alliance certified teacher who grew up in India and now lives in Petersfield. Chandni explains the principles of yoga to Dawn Clare.
Suzie and Raine survive attritional conditions to earn their lunch in Hawkley.
Petersfield Community Radio volunteer Michael Clement, pictured, is a renowned portrait photographer, who has worked with many of music’s big names …
Jo and Steven Watts’ shop, Sew Creative, in Lavant Street, has become part of the fabric of the community …
Petersfield’s weekly news, views and interviews led by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey, comes to you from Sew Creative in Lavant Street … with all new material!
A stroll across the shingle reawakens memories for Suzie as she walks with Raine on the beach in Southsea.