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This week Suzie enjoys her garden and talks about the the excitement of a new writing cabin that has just been built.
It’s great when a friend can offer a great recipe fit for a celebration and done the 1950’s, original way. Delicious old fashioned Coronation Chicken.
Local Police Community Support Officer Will Ive tells us what is illegal & how to report it
Paula Rego : Literary Inspiration is on at the Petersfield Museum. Not to be missed.
The P pod comes from the Triangle Centre in Liss this week.
Noni Needs and Joff Lacey speak to members of the team at the centre and find out about plans for a special celebration.
With a nature Wilde Walk from Suzie and music from Fratton-based Jordan Mills.
In this special programme, Harrison RB, Jo Gray and James ‘the Captain’ Birdseye meet the crew including the engine’s driver and fireman and Head of Passenger Services at tour operator Steam Dreams, which is based in Guildford. Our reporters Alison Glasspool in Liss and Stephen Martin in Tilmore speak to fellow trainspotters.
Shine Radio listeners in Petersfield say they saw something in the Southern sky on Monday night around a quarter to ten. Now we know what it was.
There’s a refreshed appeal – good condition bicycle tyres plus are especially in demand for refurbished bikes.
The interview is with David Fennell, whose crime novels feature seem graphic descriptions of fictional violence. The interview makes a minor reference to this.
In-between school and treading the boards local fundraiser Joe Tully from Petersfield continues his appeal and has another sponsored event on the horizon – we find out more.
Did you know the law on antique firearms recently changed? If you own antique firearms, you must take action – we find out more.
Our roving reporter Jo Gray met an array of visitors at the South Downs Green Fair – hear more here.
Damian Hinds talks about the economic stresses facing local businesses, some help available for companies seeking staff and what he sees as underlying strengths in the economy.
Batala Portsmouth open the Green Fair with energy and tight coordination.
Suzie enjoys the sight and smell of wild bluebells on a delightful spring day.
The P pod comes from the Physic Garden this week at the first Pollinator Day from the Petersfield and District Beekeepers Association.
Claire and Joff speak to beekeeping experts, learn about the different types of pollinators and find out more about foraging.
Full on creativity. 100 paintings in a 100 days. Rachel Redfern a painter and Nicola Martin, a ceramicist spoke to Noni Needs at their gallery show opening.
Herbert Hedley is a new gallery space just outside Petersfield. A haven for creativity. Full of lots of beautiful things.