Peterborough News 15th September 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 15th September 2010.

Persistent delays on the St John’s Square works have put the completion date back another month to mid-October. Local shopkeepers complain bitterly that the destruction of their trade has not been acknowledged by Peterborough City Council.
The Maternity Unit at Peterborough District Hospital has been praised by the Care Quality Commission for improving its staffing levels.
Work has resumed on the Northey Gravel Bridge near the Dog and Doublet Pub after a protected moorhen’s nest was fortuitously washed away. The old bridge is being entirely replaced and drivers should notice the improvement when work is complete.

NHS Peterborough defends its decision to delay the possible closure of the Alma Road Walk-In Centre. A complete rethink of the proposal is a possibility.
Two Catholic clerics discuss the visit of the Pope to the UK.
A BBC reporter trials the tanning service currently being offered to contestants on Strictly Come Dancing.
Come Dine with Me is from Peterborough this week every night at 5pm on Channel 4.
The 2012 Olympic website is open today for people to volunteer to help at the Games. A 15 day committment is required.
The SUN newspaper is 46 today.
Gardening guru Jeff Stebbings says sow your new lawn now, and plant prepared hyacinths for Christmas..

Weather: Mainly dry with sunny periods, but cloud will increase towards mid-day with a few showers in the Northern counties. 18C 64F.

Darren Fower Leader LibDems Peterborough City Council.
David Beever Sundays Restaurant.
Bob Satchwell Exec. Director Society of Editors.
Elaine Freeman Sienna X Mobile Spray Tanning Salon.
Father David Jennings All Souls Church.
Simon Bryden-Brook Catholic Voices for Reform.
Andrew Edwards Head of Delivery Peterborough City Council.
Frances Carey Care Quality Commission.
Andy Tatt Peterborough City Council.
Jeff Stebbings Garden Answers Magazine.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Suzy Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Emma Sharples
Phones: Kerry Devine