Peterborough News 15th July 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 15th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

Council voted narrowly to reject the demolition of the historic Thurston House, but the Leader who supports demolition expects an appeal from developers Accent Nene.
Stewart Jackson MP explains why he voted in support of cut to the police budget.
The saga of free JLS concert tickets for councillors is partly resolved after some are handed to deserving recipients, one of whom from Paston is heard on the programme today.

The father of an injured boy cyclist calls for the compulsory wearing of helmets.
Peterborough United FC played a friendly against West Ham last night with Mike Tyson ex-boxer in the crowd.
Canon Richard Cattle reminds us that individual Cathedral stones can be adopted for £25 to help towards the restoration fund.
With the Deeping Raft Race under threat from red tape and the cost of policing the organiser explains what is involved in putting it on.
Ex-policeman Mike Pannet is in town signing his book at Waterstones.

Showers might be heavy at times, although some bright or sunny periods are likely as well especially this afternoon. Maximum temperature 22C 72F.

Stewart Jackson MP.
Ellie Bird Growborough.
Canon Richard Cattle Peterborough Cathedral.
Tony Whitwell Father of Injured Cyclist.
Pauline Moorhouse Honeyhill Community and Children’s Centre Paston.
Marco Cereste Leader Peterborough City Council.
Nick Ash Organiser Deeping Raft Race.
Ady Mowles Posh Fan.
Anna Elmore Waterstones Bookshop.
Mike Pannett Author and Ex-Policeman.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Andy Burrows
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather:John Gray
Phones: Kerry Devine.