Peterborough News 11th November 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Thusday 11th November 2010.

Living longer: according to charity PRIME 20% of over 50s in Peterborough cannot find work yet the pension age rises.
Bans on public drinking are to be set up in more parts of Peterborough.
The landlord of the Crown Pub Millfield says there are too many off-licensed outlets in Millfield and drunkenness is rife.

The Anglia Ruskin rep. took 350 students down to the student demonstration in London, and they all came safely back.
Hare-coursing is on the rise in Thorney and is part of a wider rural crime issue.
Mayor Keith Sharp has a packed programme, including taking part in an ice-hockey match, a Gang Show, and a sleep-in at Bretton Sainsbury’s car park tomorrow night to raise funds for a new vehicle for the Soup Kitchen.
Michael Cross from the Key Theatre is pulling on his tights next week to take part in a drama/comedy entitled “Raining Men“.

Weather: A cloudy morning with outbreaks of rain which will be heavy at times giving way to showers for the afternoon. A very windy day with strong to near gale force south or south westerly winds. 14C 57F.

Karen Kibblewhite Safer Peterborough Partnership.
Keith Sharp Mayor.
Rev. Canon Charles Taylor Sleep-In Volunteer.
Brian Gascoyne Crown Pub Landlord.
Ian Jones Commuter and Student Demo. Eye-Witness.
Matthew East Anglia Ruskin Student Union.
Sgt Joe Reeves Rural Team Cambridgeshire Police.
Michael Cross Key Theatre.

Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Catherine Parke
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner