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Simon O’Hea, the chair of The Renaissance Choir, chats to Laura Sheppard about the choir, it’s background and history, and about the concert at St Peter’s Church in Petersfield on 23 October.
Suzie walks at Langley and muses about the fact that the assistance dog has now been allocated to her human partner and is the final weeks of her training.
Daniel Keepax has taken-on a gruelling schedule: a four mile run around Petersfield every four hours for 48 hours. Hear why and what he hopes to achieve.
st business – The Little Leaf Play Cafe.
Learn how we made the radio advertisements that support the public consultation on the future of the Festival Hall.
We’re recording the P pod in style this week at Hectors Menswear on Chapel Street with owner Joe Bicknell and celebs Gyles Brandreth and Hugh Bonneville are both in Petersfield for very different reasons.
Emily Watts chats to director Jane Blower, from Winton Players, and to actor Penny Young, about their production of Ladies in Lavender next week at The Studio at TPS.
After a four million pound investment, the new and improved Petersfield Museum was officially opened by Gyles Brandreth on Tuesday 12 October 2021. Gyles spoke to Shine Radio’s Kate Fairweather at the ceremonial event.
A young racing driver from Petersfield is going into a critical phase of his championship. Sebastian Hopkins is a second year driver in the Ginetta G40 Junior competition.
UK petrol prices are at their highest in a decade, state pension claimants face delays in getting payments, more than 1,400 businesses failed last month, working Mums want more flexibility at work and the Bank of England says it will have to act to control inflation.
Steep Village holds a dark skies event on Monday 25 October. Councillor Freddie Holmes and dark skies ranger Dan Oakley explain the importance of our local dark skies and how the village of Steep is working to protect and preserve them.
Our guest is John Micklewright who is professor emeritus at University College London, an economist working on poverty and inequality with a number of books on these subjects – but now turning to travel writing. His earlier posts included a dozen years working in Italy – in Florence – and a spell with the UN. He now lives in Winchester.
Festival Hall Roadshow fun on Sunday 17th October. The Town Council are asking for resident feedback on the latest plans.
Suzie walks in a lovely valley alongside the wall to West Dean college with sea views, sheep and a Spitfire.
Jo Wildgust started her franchise business after lockdown. Her business provides playful and creative education sessions for children in Petersfield, Midhurst and Liphook. Now, she’s nominated as one of The Creation Station’s top new franchisees of 2021.