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This week, the latest furlough changes, grants from Government continue to rise, you can now move home again, the eye-watering cost of tackling the Coronavirus, and watch out for more scam emails.
Fancy a takeaway? It’s a foodie special edition of Petersfield’s Morning Report as we support local businesses who will cook great food this weekend. Plus guests Sarah Heyworth and Dominique Ludwig.
Today, outdoor activities now allowed, sports facilities reopening and news of the local Police response. Plus thank yous from local people and organisations. All with Laura and Lucy.
Harrison RB and Dave Bowers bring you today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. And they speak with Jordana Lloyd-Bailey, from Sweaty Mama East Hampshire.
Claire and Joff are joined by members of the Liss children’s choir that has taken Britain’s Got Talent by storm.
Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey bring you today’s local information for Petersfield and its villages.
Martin Bamford compiles a selection of money stories that will help you keep in touch with our changing world as you consider how best to spend and invest.
Suzie and Raine enjoy the features of Ashford Stream including the waterfall on Mill Lane.
Important news from the hospital as Suzie and Laura bring you today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages.
Petersfield’s Hugh Bonneville shares his passion for the Weald & Downland living museum and for getting children engaged with Shakespeare.
Words, music and memories as Petersfield marks 75 years since victory was won in Europe. Alastair Stewart introduces contributions from across the town.
Laura Sheppard and Dave Bowers round-up the day’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages.
Today’s show includes ideas for ways you can help to mark VE Day from your home during lockdown, plus the latest episode in the Sixty Second Support campaign as we help you think about mental health during the Covid crisis.
Let’s celebrate the 30th edition of the P pod. Claire and Joff are joined by language tutor Katie Maria, and Petersfield Community Radio co-founder, Stephen Martin.
Today, our focus is on people who live and work in care homes as we meet Latasha Jarrett from South Downs Care. Presented by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey.
Property transactions in limbo, cancelled holiday payments in the spotlight and why Coronavirus means we’re using far less cash.
Suzie and Harrison have today’s essential local information, plus we meet the local pupil who has scaled Ben Nevis in her own home. Yes, really.
Suzie and Raine stop in the woods en route to the Durleighmarsh tea shop.