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We must get plastic out of our oceans now. And one local 12 year old is doing something about it.
Petersfield Remembers. Hear today’s open-air service from The Square and the ceremony that took place at the War Memorial. The service is led by the Reverend Canon Will Hughes of St Peter’s Church with readings from Commander Clive Lewis, Chairman of Petersfield Royal British Legion.
Local naturists held a sell-out private dinner upstairs at the Folly Wine bar. The forty fleshy guests attended the event organised by British Naturism. Shine Radio was there.
Chairman of the Petersfield Orchestra, Steve Bartholomew reveals details of their upcoming concert and how the orchestra has survived during the lockdowns.
Local footballers have been raising money for Children in Need with a walk around the Petersfield Area. Shine Radio’s Jo Gray met them at a pit stop.
Suzie travels to the Milford Haven region of Pembrokeshire where her mother’s family lived and revisits places from her childhood. A lighthouse keepers cottage features as do beaches and much wind.
We’ve returned to Sky Park Farm for this week’s P pod. Owner Victoria Noonan gives an update on how this working deer farm is faring since it opened 6 months ago and we speak to Matt Crow, Executive Chef of The Grazing Rooms – Sky Park Farm’s new restaurant – who entices us with delicious offerings on the menu here.
Police are investigating a break-in and theft from a Petersfield clothing boutique. Hear from owner Sarah Peall about the damage done and what it means for her business.
A tour of the breathtaking British Pullman carriages and conversations with the volunteers maintaining the equally stunning steam locomotive that passed through Petersfield at the weekend – as well as your pictures and videos!
To coincide with the COP26 climate conference, local councillor Blossom Gottlieb talks about the green agenda in focus in Glasgow and her approach to campaigning locally.
The Edward Barnsley workshop in Froxfield has been making beautiful bespoke furniture for over a century. Shine Radio’s Alan Cosh talks to head designer James Ryan.
Trainspotters are gearing up to witness the first steam-hauled railtour along the main line through Petersfield for more than two years on Saturday (6th November).
Suzie reflects on 3 years of Wilde Walks, the 100th PPod and several much loved family dogs.
Steve Field of Petersfield Town Council and web developer Clive Cook of Cookson Design explain why Petersfield is getting a new tourism website and what to expect of it.
This week we’re celebrating our centenary! That’s right, it’s our 100th P pod and we’re at Gallery No 30 on the High Street to celebrate in style with owner Fifi Crowley.
We also meet Livvy Stainer, who offers tutored drawing classes at Gallery No 30, and Col Clark from local band Rehab brings news of a new Jazz Club in town.