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This week, presenters Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey visit the multi-faceted Meon Springs, in East Meon, where they meet owners Als and Jamie Butler – plus there’s music from Tash Hills.
Laura Sheppard and Suzie Wilde have your essential local information for today. Also Laura talks about a new arts and entertainment programme coming soon and Suzie learns how a calendar works.
Today, Harrison RB and James Birdseye bring you up to date with the local news, James Robbins has Petersfield’s weekend sports results and Kate Fairweather checks today’s forecast.
This week, Suzie takes Richard and and Lois to Blackdown Sussex, to admire the outstanding views and take a moment to reflect on Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Nina files the latest entry from her schoolday diary. After a couple of weeks back, what is life like at school during the Coronavirus pandemic? Here is one student’s personal perspective on local life.
Suzie Wilde and James Birdseye round-off the week with essential local information, James Robbins has your weekend sports preview and Kate Fairweather updates a glorious weather forecast.
Suzie Wilde and Laura Sheppard bring you today’s essential local information. Includes news of the closure on the A272 between Stroud and Petersfield and questions over water quality along the Meon.
Lucy Davies and Noni Needs bring you Wednesday’s essential local information. Today, theft at allotments in Sheet, a warning about the Asian Hornet and how are you getting on with the Rule of Six?
P pod presenters Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey visit Stroud to learn all about dressage – and meet a teenage champion in the process.
Stand-up comic Alistair Barrie joins Dave Bowers and James Robbins for September’s Sports Chat show.
Dave Bowers and Stephen Martin bring you today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. Today, we long for decent broadband and think of people in our community who may be suffering from loneliness.
New scams linked to Covid-19, large numbers of redundancies forecast, houses with gardens drive prices up and a Christmas truce on evictions for tenants.
Harrison RB and James Birdseye start the Petersfield week with a comprehensive round-up of local stories and essential information. The heath pond work is finished and the rule of six kicks in.
Lucy and Harrison are here with your essential Petersphere news for Friday. Today, Petersfield Community Centre reassures users; an independent inspector’s review of East Hampshire District Council, may not be so independent; and Petersfield Lions raise more than £1,000.
Emma Bunday wants to reassure local organisations that new restrictions do not necessarily prevent larger gatherings in the centre.