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Barry Rutter meets Petersfield band the Mantic Muddlers, who officially launch their new album, Tall Tales & The Gospel Truth, at the Real Gone Roots Revue, at St Peter’s Hall, on Saturday, October 26.
The podcast for and by the people of Petersfield. Joff Lacey and Claire Vennis are back with the latest P pod.
Known today as an upmarket venue for weddings and corporate entertainment, the history of Langrish House goes back to the seventeenth century.
It’s Saturday 12 October 2019 and the wet and windy weather continues across the Petersphere. There are some brighter moments, as Richard explains in his latest forecast.
How the new £20 bank note will help fight forgery, is the value of your house going up or down and why Barlcays Bank is under fire.
Suzie Wilde finds herself in the Brecon Beacons. Goodness – how did that happen?
Petersfield actor and radio presenter Joff Lacey returns to the Bod Pod as Dawn Clare & Rob Carr assess whether he’s done enough to hit his fitness targets.
Episode two of the new podcast for, about, and by, the people of Petersfield. News, views and interviews with Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey.
More unsettled conditions ahead, warns Richard in his latest Petersfield forecast.
Suzie muses on love, romance and dating practices in Viking times and today. Oh, and there’s a walk involved too.
Still unsettled says Richard but at least storm Lorenzo didn’t blow the town away.
Bavaria came to Petersfield when the Oktoberfest party took over the Festival Hall.
The state pension age is back in the spotlight, why you should drive a hard bargain on car insurance and free cash machines for remote communities.
The new podcast for and about the people of Petersfield. News, views and interviews with Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey.
Richard Marks looks back at September’s conditions and previews an unsettled week ahead.
Impressive rainfall totals and a blustery outlook, says Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks.
Raine leads Suzie Wilde up the Zig Zag Path on a walk from Gilbert White’s house in Selborne.
Romance scams on the rise, the UK falls behind on life expectancy improvements and would you like to work fewer hours?