Peterborough News 19th July 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Monday 19th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

NUT Peterborough intends to join a lobby on Parliament today protesting at the scrapping of the Building Schools for the Future programme.
A shop called Poundland has applied to open a second outlet in Hereward Cross in addition to its Bridge Street shop.
Council says it will make an effort to replace 1000+ trees cut down during the access widening work for the new Peterborough hospital.

20,000 attended a concert on the Embankment over the weekend featuring the band JLS, one member of which comes from Peterborough. A Council clean-up operation is now in progress.
The head of Stanground College regrets the loss of funding for their new school building programme under the now defunct BSF programme and points out the many problems they face operating in unsuitable conditions.
Ormiston Bushfield Academy is resubmitting to Government its plans to expand its facility with academy procurement funding.
Peterborough City Council together with the Royal Society of Arts and Arts Council East launch a project named Citizen Power Peterborough with two years funding designed to save money by engaging the general public, modifying their behavour, and enlisting them to carry out governmental functions for themselves.
The bereaved mother of a soldier killed in Afghanistan continues to walk 150 miles around the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts from Peterborough to Chelmsford in aid of the Royal Anglian Benevolent Fund.
Aston Villa play at Peterborough United FC in a friendly match tonight.

A dry day with spells of hazy sunshine. Becoming very warm and humid. Top temperatures of 28C 82F. Pollen index is low.

Andy Willis NUT Peterborough.
Malcolm Ellison Head Stanground College.
Graham Clark Programme Manager Citizen Power Peterborough.
Stuart Hamilton Peterborough City Council.
John Peach Peterborough City Cllr. and JLS Concert Attendee.
Eric Winstone Head Ormiston Bushfield School.
Steve Thorpe Posh Fan Free Kicks Foundation.
Christine Bonner Charity Walker.
Samantha Dalton Officer for the Environment Peterborough City Council.
Toby Earl TV Easy Magazine.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Gray
Phones: Kerry Devine.