BBC Radio Peterborough Breakfast Show summary for Friday 12th March 2010
Peterborough publishes its long-term development plans and invites feedback in a six week consultation.
Local MP argues the need for better jobs and facilities when new developments are created.
BMW Sauber Press Officer talks about the new F1 season starting this weekend in Bahrein.
Sacrewell Farm is open for Mothers’ Day with a range of attractions.
Local estate agent comments on the current property market in Peterborough.
Rudimentary Spanish lessons offered at Castor Church Cedar Centre tonight in aid of the Peterborough Soup Kitchen.
Rock and Roll at the British Legion in Yaxley tonight will raise funds for Help for Heroes.
Backroom shenanigans at the POSH. PISA man will meet MacAnthony on Tuesday.
Cereste’s Cathedral Square completion date pledge. Council Project leader offers a cautious endorsement.
Gunthorpe Harriers will have the hat out at Tesco on Saturday looking for the last few bob for their Algarve trip.
Gemma Wildman Principal Planning Officer Peterborough City Council.
Anne Bradshaw BMW Sauber Press Officer.
Mike Rooney Sacrewell Farm.
Martin Fitzjohn Fitzjohn Ingle Estate Agents.
Carlos Dominguez Peterborough Soup Kitchen.
Teresa Church Yaxley Rock ‘n Roller.
Shailesh Vara North West Cambridgeshire MP.
Ady Mowles POSH Independent Supporters’ Association.
Andrew Edwards Cathedral Square Project Leader Peterborough City Council
Sally Wells Team Secretary Gunthorpe Harriers.
Companies mentioned: Sauber. Fitzjohn Ingle. Carter Jonas. Tesco
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Steve Fakes
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Grey