local stories & local voices
The Central car park will have a Changing Place toilet that will help make Petersfield more accessible.
A bigger room for one or two carers will provide the equipment and support needed by those with severely limited mobility.
Cllr Rob Mocatta from East Hampshire District Council tells us more.
Shine Radio’s Julie Butler spoke to Helen Drake, CEO from Citizens Advice after hearing their presentation at the recent Petersfield Town Council meeting.
It has been a very busy year for them, but they are encouraging anyone that needs assistance to contact them.
The students are heading back home in time for their Chinese New Year after spending a week at The Petersfield School.
The students speak to Julie Butler of how different their education and culture is for the two countries.
The Southern Pro Musica Orchestra performs at St Peter’s Church on Saturday night.
Claire and Joff head out, north of Petersfield, to Liss this week, where they find themselves at the Liss Triangle Centre.
They find out about all the goings on at this busy central village hub, brush up their brass and bring a glimpse into the night sky for February with local astronomical expert Geoff Burt.
Your Local Bobbie is a police officer dedicated to your area. They will investigate local crimes and be highly visible within the community.
We hear more from Donna Jones, Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
Jack Catches up With Zoe Macdonald who took over Hawkley’s legendary pub in October. We hear all her plans and even a tune on the bagpipes from her husband Bob.
Take a studio tour of a Petersfield artist’s studio while he talks about his painting inspirations, politics, Brexit and how it affects the arts, mending the darkness and the impossible line.
The Taro hosted Havant and East Hampshire MIND as part of the national Time to Talk Day on Thursday 1st February, aimed to break the stigma around mental health.
Julie Butler joined Lorna Howell of MIND at their interactive stand yesterday.
Another programme overflowing with drinks news, recommendations, observations and silliness.
The students of Churchers College will be creating the magical world of Dr Seuss in Petersfield’s Festival Hall this week in Seussical The Musical.
Director Ruth Northey, Amanda Inkley, Head of Marketing and student Jess, have a chat with Laura Sheppard about what you can expect.
The thirty three metre high chimney at Whitman Laboratories has been brought down as part of an engineering project.
We meet some of the practitioners at the official opening of The Centre of Complementary Medicine in its complementary new home in Petersfield.
The long-running programme of indie and alternative tracks will be broadcast every Thursday night from 10pm on Petersfield’s Shine Radio.
After eighteen years in the role Town Clerk Neil Hitch is taking early retirement. We hear about the difficult circumstances around his decision.