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Shirley Leader of Velvet & Rose explains why her mannequins have turned their backs on you, Jon Walker describes the inner pages of the Petersfield Post, there’s live local music and a Wilde Walk too. All with Claire and Joff in lockdown.
Trees could be planted in more than four hundred places across Petersfield. That’s the number of appropriate new sites for trees discovered by volunteers working with the Petersfield Society. Andy Moffat explains more.
Dave Williams and Lucy Davies are here with today’s essential Petersfield information. More than 400 sites proposed for trees in Petersfield, support for free parking in car parks from an unexpected source and one week to go until the lockdown is lifted.
Christmas Eve is just one month away and here’s an early present. Claire and Joff present this morning’s essential Petersfield information. Today’s talking topic – should parking be free in Petersfield in the run-up to Christmas?
Martin Bamford is back with another digest of money news to help you plan your finances, wherever you live in the Petersfield area.
James ‘Captain’ Birdseye is here with Lucy Davies for today’s update of local news and information. Kate Fairweather has the forecast and today we discuss how we feel about moving into this final week and a bit of lockdown.
In Generation Green, Petersfield's Shine Radio shares young voices and the environmental issues that matter to them. Sacha Fairweather and Meg Allin discuss plastics, how they affect our world and how we might be able to protect the planet from their effects in the...
Find out how Wylds Farm – the popular Christmas Tree farm – plans to open and sell this year’s Christmas trees in a Covid-safe way. Nick Rook-Blackstone talks to Shine Radio’s Claire Vennis.
Building Excitement is our occasional series of features in which local architect Alan Cosh discovers more about the most fascinating buildings in Petersfield. This time he discusses 48 College Street, Petersfield’s oldest house, with its owner Jennifer Pigden.
Harrison RB and Laura Sheppard can’t wait for Christmas. Enjoy today’s report of essential local information in their company. Kate Fairweather has Petersfield’s rainy forecast for today too.
Comfort food and a healthy dish. Who could ask for anything more?
Before lockdown 2, Kate Fairweather had cooked Noni Needs her Hawaiian Poke bowl which is deeply rooted in Japanese cuisine.
Here Kate shares her fast, easy, delicious lunch ideas. And even better, you can use leftovers.
An old favourite and the autumn colours are splendid. There is talk of Dr Who and Saturday afternoons. What begins well ends well – but Suzie has a scare in the middle.
Claire and Joff meet Gary Boxall of Petersfield Photographic. Jon Walker looks through the pages of this week’s Petersfield Post, Suzie Wilde walks with Abigail McKern and there’s local music from Marley Blandford.
Dave Williams and Noni Needs greet the day with a cheery smile and today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. Local news, weather, travel and the reaction Dave received when he crashed a model plane into Butser Hill.
Lucy Davies and Kate Fairweather bring you today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages. We include the latest details of support grants available to local businesses affected by the Coronavirus lockdown restrictions.