local stories & local voices
Edie Campbell from Lynchpin Theatre is visiting Petersfield Museum with a play based on excerpts from Abraham Lincoln’s letters and told through the eyes and pen of fictional journalist Emily Briggs. Edie tells Laura Sheppard how the stories of the past still resonate today.
This week Joff and Claire visit Hector’s shop on Chapel Street, but as they find out it’s not all about Menswear anymore…
They also bring you news of a memorial walk taking place later this month in association with Petersfield’s Walking Festival and it’s time to lace up your running shoes as the Butser Hill Challenge returns.
Join our roving reporter Jo Gray catching up with Petersfield Post’s chief reporter Paul Ferguson.
They chat about changes over the years in the industry, music & of course the local legend Jon Walker.
You can’t tell if an algae bloom is toxic by looking at it, so assume it is.
Louisa Taylor, race organiser explains what the Butser Hill Challenge involves, how people of all ages can take part and participate in a fun, family atmosphere on Sunday 17 September.
Not long left to apply for the Rural Grant Programme
Road repairs on the junction of Heath Road and Dragon Street, should there be more signage
A new exhibition showcases Nicholas Lees extraordinary work with porcelain at the Petersfield Museum and Art Gallery.
In part of our series following Sky Park Farm our roving reporter Jo Gray had the joy of visiting again – this time on a special event over the recent Bank Holiday weekend.
Claire and Joff are back from their summer break with a packed early Autumn P pod from the Hampshire Market in The Square.
Featuring local voices from local places including the Hollycombe Steam Fair, Clanfield Bowling and Sports Club and a celebrating tea shop.
There’s always something going on in the Petersphere!
Emily Rich, the hall manager, told Shine Radio’s Phill Humphries that they are not looking to raise the roof – they just want to keep it up. The hall is fifty years old and starting to show its age inside but the big work is the roof structure which needs serious attention.
This month we are revisiting the fizz fest and taking on board the harvest predictions for France and England. Phill reports back on Canadian wine and a classic french region. Mags talks tax, and drinking days – we reckon they need to go together in that order! Grape of the month is Furmint and we both fantasise about a negroni….
Local musician Paul Jupe is fresh back from ‘a summer of awards’ – the Buriton farmer tells us all about it.
If there’s a festival and fireworks there needs to be a fire crew close by.
A local woman is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for charity