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East Hampshire MP Damian Hinds on standing again for the next election

East Hampshire MP Damian Hinds on standing again for the next election

In anticipation of the next general election which will be at some point this year Jack Finch has begun getting the candidates on Thursday morning’s Rise and Shine show. We hear from our local MP and Minister of state for schools Damian Hinds about the last 14 years representing this area and hopes for the future. We also get to know a little bit about the man himself.

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Steep Parish Council – If you are a resident of Steep, don’t forget to go along and meet your local parish councillors on Saturday

Steep Parish Council – If you are a resident of Steep, don’t forget to go along and meet your local parish councillors on Saturday

Steep Parish Council will be holding a drop in session for local residents to meet their local councillors, have a chat over a cup of tea.

There is also defibrillator training before the session for anyone that is interested, although you will need to book prior to attending so they have an idea of numbers.

We hear from Steep Parish Council’s Chairman, Cllr Jenny Martin

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the P pod – Petersfield personalities – February 20th 2024: The Clanfield Centre

the P pod – Petersfield personalities – February 20th 2024: The Clanfield Centre

Petersfield’s weekly news, views and interviews led by Phill Humphries and Laura Sheppard, comes to you this week from The Clanfield Centre.

Phill and Laura are joined by Natasha Glover, who is the centre manager, and who shares details of all the myriad events that take place in the centre. Dave Harris, the Chair of the Parish Council explains exactly what the parish council does, and what its involvement with the Clanfield Centre is. And Jenny tells us all about Pickleball – yes you heard that right! Meanwhile, it’s the Lunar New Year and Jo Gray speaks to Trin at Mai’s Spa in town to explain Vietnamese traditions that surround the new year, as we enter the Year of the Dragon. 

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Bonnie the bed bug detection dog

Bonnie the bed bug detection dog

Warmer winters and international travel are making bed bugs increasingly common. They can hitch a ride on almost any fabric and so have become a concern for the hospitality industry in particular. Hear how Bonnie’s owner ensures her performance is up to scratch in this month’s Dogs with Jobs.

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A Future of Hope was the message brought to East Hampshire at the Community Youth Workers Summit

A Future of Hope was the message brought to East Hampshire at the Community Youth Workers Summit

The Kings Arms and The Relational Hub brought community youth and pastoral workers together to celebrate the contribution that they bring in supporting young people. 

It is the second year or running and it’s success will hopefully mean that it will continue as an annual event.  Shine Radio’s Julie Butler attended the event and spoke to those attending to find out more.

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Take Time out and get involved in nature based arts

Take Time out and get involved in nature based arts

Timescape is encouraging people to take time out and get involved with nature. These are free sessions funded by South Downs National Park  and tailored for people who maybe experiencing stress, loneliness or isolation. 

There are twelve sessions which will include printing, pottery, carving, weaving and felting – all inspired by the incredible heritage of the locations.

Julie Butler speaks to Mandie Molyneux from Artscape to find out more.

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Growing Together – mid-February 2024: a market garden, herb inspiration and a goodbye

Growing Together – mid-February 2024: a market garden, herb inspiration and a goodbye

On a rainy February morning, Claire and Steve are alone at the soggy Adhurst Estate Allotments sheltering in Steve’s ‘Chairman’s Lodge’ – a make-shift lean-to!  They discuss the importance of green spaces for good mental health, potato and dahlia tubers and how much they are looking forward to Spring.

Joining them is Kate Forrester from Four Acre Farm and Head Gardener Ben Pope.

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