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In this special show from the South Downs Green Fair at the Sustainability Centre near East Meon, hear from Mike Wagstaff of Chalice Mead, Tom Ellis of Squidmoo, Amelia Gabriel of PeCAN and Christine Seaward of the Sustainability Centre amongst others.
Petersfield-based charity FitzRoy maintains a workshop at the Sustainability Centre where disabled people can learn outdoor skills including bushcraft.
Dreen Chestnutt explains the work of the Wildlife Trust locally and what projects its working on right now.
Peter Moss of the Petersfield Climate Action Network and Shine Radio weather reporter Kieran Cheeseman discover how to save energy at home.
Powerballs are a mighty mouthful. Good for your tummy and they fill you up. Find out how to make them.
In this episode of Growing Together, Steve and Claire give dahlia advice, advocate successional sowing to avoid a glut (hopefully!), enjoy uninvited badgers, brave risky brassicas, give a thumbs-up for sphagnum moss and discuss various structures you can create for climbing beans.
With additional interviews from Matt Biggs and Frances Tophill at the BBC Gardeners World Spring Fair.
Suzie muses about the way nature is changing with fewer bees among the gorse and the moves to astroturf
Petersfield’s homes and businesses were left without electricity for more than an hour. Stores in the town were unable to serve customers when the power went off, while the Hindhead Tunnel was completely closed. Petersfield businesses that must keep food at...
https://omny.fm/shows/petersfieldstories/petersfield-town-council-three-seeds-fundraising-a Roving reporter Jo Gray met Peter and Will from Churchers College Junior School in Liphook, taking part in Petersfield Town Council's Three Seeds sunflower fundraising...
Roll up Roll up there’s a new stylish, state of the art cinema in town. Oh and so much more.
In this week’s P pod, Claire and Joff have ventured out of Petersfield for another ‘local village’ P pod – and this time it’s the turn of Rogate.
From Rogate’s history, to the local school, shop, parish council and beyond, we discover there’s a strong community spirit in the village.
It’s a Gin special so pour yourself a G&T or shake up a cocktail as we explore the wonderful world of Gin. Let the drinking Be Gin.
There’s lots going on in the Petersphere again. Have a listen to what’s been going on in the world of art, theatre and music in the local area.
Young people and the sustainability issues that matter to them. This month, pupils at Steep Primary School talk about how they help the environment and Olivia & Mia discuss their Earth Day experiences.
Helen Purchase of Churcher’s College explains how you can lend your voice to the school’s tercentenary celebrations.