Peterborough News 10th December 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Friday 10th December 2010.

A group of anti-Muslim protestors are expected to visit Peterborough on Saturday hence the Peterborough United game v Rochdale has been rescheduled to tonight at 7:45pm.
Jazz bands, facepainting and a candleit vigil will all feature as part of One Voice One Community in town this Sunday.
Peterborough City Council has doubled its grit order in light of the inclement weather. The UK’s largest saltmine is in Winsford.

Cambridgeshire County Council is being asked to cut £160 million from its Budget and they expect jobs to go.
8 million people will be affected by British Gas price rises and consumers are urged to shop around for a better deal.
Cambridgeshire Police are piloting a surgery arrangement for non-urgent issues, in March, Huntingdon and Histon.
A local man has admitted an attack in Westwood last March and will be sentenced in February.
The pitch is fit to play for tonight’s Posh v Rochdale game. Rochdale are four points behind Posh with a superior goal difference.

Weather: Mostly dry with a few bright spells and feeling milder than of late despite being generally cloudy.6C. Tonight staying mostly cloudy with just the odd clear spell. A few mist patches. 2C.

Stuart Hamilton Emergency Planning Peterborough City Council.
Andy Tatt Grit Man Peterborough City Council.
Toby Earle Sky TV Reviewer.
Irene Walsh Cabinet Member Cohesion and Safety Peterborough City Council.
DI Simon Harding Cambridgeshire Police.
Phil Adnam Peterborough United FC Press Officer.
Simon Parr Cambridgeshire Police.
Matt Jacobson Film Reviewer.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Kate Riley
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Chris Bell