We must still practice staying safe and obey government guidance by wearing a mask, when in shops,and not get too close to others except in our bubble. Now we are making headway with the distribution of the vaccine ,however we must not give up on our guard. While those who have enjoyed the first jab and are enjoying the hopeful protection of not being hospitalized , nevertheless,they can be spreaders to those less fortunate
Petersfield An ancient MarketTown in Hampshire with a long history - in 1857 Rev Williams gave an address in which he praised the scenic beauty of the area. Little has changed in this regard.Great Outdoor Natural Beauty.
An example of Outdoor Natural Beauty
What can be so lovely as seeing a swan in flight
Petersfield is a very friendly
town nestling in the newest national park ,the South Downs National Park which stretches from Winchester to near Eastbourne. Regarded for its outstanding natural beauty and excellent walking paths. With many lovely pubs doted in the South of England giving refreshment to the traveler. Come and visit this part of the country .Along the south downs there are quaint individual villages and hamlets with much character and much of the area has been given over to sheep farming. One of the old streets in Petersfield is aptly named Sheep Street. Just off Sheep Street is the Square which was used as a Cattle Market on Wednesdays.
You will not disappointed by vising this vibrant community.
Petersfield has an array of small outlets for the browser to enjoy including Rams Walk but there are a number of areas having there own distinctive take and it is a real mecca for a keen shopper who is looking for something a bit different. Please spend time and money in our lovely friendly town
THE STATUE OF WILLIAM 111 A symbol of Petersfield
Although it has been said that many monarchs have passed through Petersfield it was William the third that proved the most popular to Sir William Jolliffe who left £500 for the erection of a statue in 1749. The statue was first placed in New Place, now known as St Peters Road and was opposite the Jolliffes residence. In 1815 the statue was moved to its present place in the Market Square , which for many years served as a Cattle Market for the district.
Today the town is very bustling in normal times and is proving extremely popular with outsiders wanted to buy in the town. With the opening of the Hindhead tunnel with a clear run one can travel from the outshirts of London within an hour or so. The train takes about an hour to Waterloo.
BANK CHEATS-Automatic refunds for worthless PPI Payments. Now being proposed by Kevin Hollinrake, MP for Thirsk & Malton who is urging the Financial Conduct Authority, to order banks to refund the millions of people whose claim has either been rejected or only partially refunded without the need for any intermediary. Banks have already paid out £38 billion.
Mr Hollinrake rightly says the past PPI payments have gone into the pay of the bank executives.
NO ONE HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH ANY OFFENCE CONNECTED TO PPI . TOP BANK MANAGEMENT HAVE BENEFITED.
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