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A Petersfield youth charity is appealing for new staff. The Kings Arms helps young people from challenging backgrounds. Hear from CEO Caroline Aeschliman.
Project manager Greg Stone of Highways England explains why Bell Hill must close over the A3 this Saturday and next.
Owner of Animal Crackers pet shop, Mike Cantan, gives Shine Radio’s Joff Lacey and Claire Vennis a warm welcome in the shop’s new premises on Dragon Street.
Hear the cuckoo sing. A glorious walk with both dogs at Langley. No history but some geography – and rabbits.
In the P pod this week we’re in Madeleine’s Delicatessen with owner Antonia Troth.
We have news from The Hub at the Railway Station and of a new gardening scheme.
With local news, a Wilde Walk and a powerhouse song from Portsmouth-singer Amba Tremain, it’s another packed P pod this week!
Petersfield is one of the first rural places in England to get full fibre broadband across the whole town.
Connie Dixon of Openreach explains why our town is a priority and what it means for families and businesses.
Meg and Sacha discuss the ins and outs of social media. Is it useful or does it spread misinformation?
Sue Williams is passionate about getting our Railway Stations sorted with getting accessibility for all.
Buildings can be made redundant but they can also be re-commissioned. Dan Wright explains the joy it can bring to the local community.
Paula Aldridge spoke to Noni Needs about how to adopt a station at Petersfield Railway Station.
On Your Bike. To celebrate the re-opening of the the Hub Travel and Tourism Information Centre at Petersfield Railway, Mark Miller talks to Noni Needs about its new cycling initiatives.
Lots of brilliant gardening tips in June’s Growing Together with Ann-Marie Powell and Claire Vennis.
And watch out – they’re taking on the gardening design police!
Suzie is back at Goodwood, but this time it’s the motor racing circuit and airfield. The Country Park holds wildflowers, happy memories, and now a great deal of litter!
Fancy a Friday afternoon trip to Rogate. Debs Burles reveals how the Pop-up Pub came about.