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Young Shine Radio presenters Meg and Sacha are alert to today’s environmental challenges and how we can help to live in a more sustainable way. In this programme, they explain how “fast fashion” affects the environment and how Petersfield may be doing some things right.
Nina designs a movie poster and laments having to travel to school by car.
P pod presenters Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey visited Annie Jones, last week, to speak with Caroline Pring and Paul Setford ahead of the restaurant’s reopening.
Last month the P pod visited Meon Springs, where presenters Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey were joined by the Petersfield Post’s Jon Walker. Together they spoke with owner Jamie Butler about the facility and farming in general.
James Robbins and Harrison RB present today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages. Kate looks ahead to today’s weather prosepcts and James brings you up to date with the latest sports news,
Suzie Wilde and Joff Lacey are here with today’s roundup of local news and information for Petersfield and its villages. Plus, an update on our Crowdfunder Appeal to help bring live church services to isolated people.
Michael Auger and Lucy Davies have today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. Plus, how you can help us bring live church services to lonely and isolated people in our area as we launch a Crowdfunder Appeal.
In this week’s P pod, presenters Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey visit Hector’s Menswear, the new gent’s outfitters in Chapel Street, to meet owner Joe Bicknell. Plus some guest trousers!
The Town Council explains its decision to cancel the Taro Fair, there’s new hope for you if you’re looking for work and as house prices continue to rise, Petersfield gets another kitchen showroom.
Martin Bamford reports: TSB to close its Petersfield branch in April 2021; millions of jobs at risk as furlough scheme comes to a close; property prices recovering; and the government launches a new job scheme.
Suzie Wilde and Harrison RB bring you today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages.
People across Petersfield could enjoy live church services via Shine Radio in beautiful stereo sound if a crowdfunding project achieves its aim of raising £1,800 by the end of the month.
Changes at school for Nina this week, a mystery musical teacher and is Covid coming closer?
Paul Hawkins and Lucy Nolan’s amazing floral artistry pops with colour. Now they explain how simple flowers and foliage can lift the spirits.
James Birdseye welcomes you to the show, Harrison RB has Petersfield’s local news, our blustery local weather is with Kate Fairweather, and James Robbins looks ahead to our local weekend sport.