Peterborough News 16th August 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Monday 16th August 2010.

Cambridgeshire Police have been invited to cut their spending by £9 million by next April. Police officers cannot be made redundant. Staff will be consulted.
There is a shortage of primary school places in Hampton and in the PE1 postcode. Housebuilding and immigration are the two causes.
A dispersal order has been made against street drinkers and rowdies in Manor House Street outside St Theresas Shelter for the homeless.

Italian worshippers lament the closure of their church in Fletton and call for a replacement building where a mass can be held in Italian.
The Crown Plaza Hotels are laying living grass down in their conference rooms as an aid to creativity according to their publicity department.
Rail fares are expected to rise next year by between 6% and 8%.
BAA face a fresh incipient strike threat.
Peterborough United FC received a wake up call when they let five goals in against Bournemouth.

Should be fairly dry and bright today. Some sunnier spells developing later. 23C 73F.

Benjamin Damazer VC Cambridgeshire Police Authority.
John Holdich Cabinet Member for Education Skills & Universities Peterborough City Council.
Sue Watters St Theresas.
Brian Gascoyne Millfield & New England Regeneration Partnership.
Daniel Broccoli Britaly Travel.
Chris Blewitt Unison.
Eleanor Conroy Crown Plaza Hotels.
Angela Whitlock Author & Creative Expert.
Mary Foreman Head Dogsthorpe Junior School.
Toby Earl TV Expert.

Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Gemma King
Weather: John Law
Phones: Kerry Devine