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Alison Glasspool spoke with Claire Oughton, Head of Advice Services at Citizens Advice East Hampshire to find out how to access support and also how people can volunteer to help
Shop Local is the message. There’s great produce, good value and very few food miles.
What’s new? Lots of exciting news from the Petersfield Museum and Art Gallery. Listen here to find out.
They have cuyled over 1,000 miles. That’s over half way to Athens on a bike from Liphook. Raising money for Maddy’s Mark. Join them,
Eli from Petersfield who was inspired to raise money for the emergency services sold toys for the relevant charities. With an inspiration to join the police when he grows up Shine Radio arranged for him to meet some local police officers.
This week the P pod comes from the Petersfield Museum where Joff and Claire find out all about this year’s Edward Thomas Literary Festival from Edward Thomas Fellowship chairman, Jeremy Mitchell.
Irish poet and festival patron Michael Longley and his wife, literary critic Edna Longley, join remotely from Ireland and Shine Radio’s Noni Needs finds out what the museum has in store.
Dr Ant a senior lecturer in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science at the University of Portsmouth talks to Alan Cosh about the shocking figures of obesity in the District and Lorraine Small who has been on a successful journey to over come the problem and is now a coach with Weight Watchers.
As part of the Great Big Green Week national campaign the town council together with Petersfield Climate Action Network (PeCAN) held a car boot sale with the theme ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’. We find out more.
This month, Damian reflects on economic challenges facing us, developments around the local community. He also called-in on Reeves removals in Petersfield and found time to listen to the radio.
This month it is “Sober October”, well mostly! Phill and Mags discuss good drinking habits and what to do when things are not going so well. Phill chats with a friendly GP about her take on alcohol, Noni Needs talks to Amanda Thomson about her Noughty Wines, and for a bit of contract we visit the Portsmouth distillery!!
This episode of Dogs with Jobs features a lively pack of working beagles.
Kennel huntsman Danny Allen describes the daily working lives of his characterful charges to Kate Fairweather. Recorded at the Alresford Show 2022.
Our roving reporter Jo Gray donned her Vans sneakers at the recent official opening of the re-vamped skate park in Petersfield. Skate boarders young & seasoned hit the deck. We find out more.
What is Santa’s Sleigh doing on Petersfield’s streets on the first weekend in October? And wearing a grass skirt and garland? It’s the Great Big Food Bank Challenge.
Claire and Steve meet at the Adhurst Estate Allotments to enjoy the autumnal sun and the last of the year’s blooms as they discuss their gardening year.
Town councillors hear of plans for a town-wide archaeological event scheduled for 2023. The proposal includes attempts to unearth clues to Petersfield’s Roman past in private gardens and public land.