Peterborough News 15th November 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Monday 15th November 2010.

The new Peterborough super hospital opens today and the local MP hopes H.M.Queen will be able to perform the official opening.
There are some changes on the way for Neighbourhood Councils as future monies will need to come from housing developers, as debate continues over whether they should be scaled down or modified.
A mass sleep-in by 135 plucky volunteers at Bretton Sainsburys on Friday successfully raised more than £32,000 for a new vehicle for the Peterborough Soup Kitchen.

Charity ASBAH received more than any other in Cambridgeshire from Children in Need last year, £131,000 to support children with spina bifida.
The local MP hopes that a combination of disorganisation and apathy will put an end to the English Defence League’s planned march in Peterborough.
EEDA has pledged £2.8 million to help train those made redundant in Cambridgeshire.
Welbourne Primary School is closed today due to problems with the heating, but they hope to be open tomorrow.
The BBC Peterborough team turned up at the Peterborough v Charlton game on Saturday in costume for Children in Need, and the team went down 5-1.

Weather: A misty and foggy start to the day, slowing thinning to leave some brighter spells later. 5C. A dry night with clear spells at first, but with areas of freezing fog and frost developing.

Stewart Jackson MP.
Carlos Dominguez Peterborough Soup Kitchen.
Adrian Chapman Head of Neighbourhoods Peterborough City Council.
David Ison Asbah.
Gordon Lacey Vice Chair Peterborough Link.
Bob Burrows Posh Commentator.
Toby Earle Sky TV.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Joe Osbourne