Peterborough News 20th August 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Friday 20th August 2010.

The A-Level pass rate in Peterborough is improved, with St John Fisher School, just out of special measures, doing well with a 100% pass rate.
The Italian community in Fletton intend to protest on Sunday against the sudden closure of their church by the Scalabrini Fathers.
The newly-refurbished Cathedral Square will be under the pneumatic drill again next week with further remedial works to be carried out.

The University Centre Peterborough is rapidly filling up its remaining course places, with just a few Media Studies places still available. Efforts are underway to obtain local accommodation for students arriving from outside the area.
School leavers who didn’t get the results they want, or who are looking for an alternative to university, can get help and advice from Peterborough Youth Access Point
Peterborough United FC host Huddersfield tomorrow and hope to recover their form after last week’s hammering at Bournemouth.
Today is the first anniversary of the Littleport tyre fire.
Ramsey is staging its 1940s Weekend with re-enactments, historic vehicles, and a dance.
Locals from the Pakistani community are pressing on with their fundraising efforts for the flood relief programme, and they will be out with buckets in Cathedral Square at the weekend.
Peterborough Business Airport offer services to the local business community.

A few spots of rain and mostly cloudy but staying mainly dry with the odd bright interval. 24C 75F.

Mel Collins Assistant Director Learning and Skills Peterborough City Council.
Carlo Broccoli Italian Community Spokesman.
Andrew Edwards Peterborough City Council.
Mark Mabey University Centre Peterborough.
Mike Leggatt CE Cross Keys Homes.
Steve Thorpe Free Kicks Foundation.
Nilesh Patel Posh Fan.
Aileen Berry Peterborough Youth Access Point.
Julie Church Peterborough Business Airport.
Abbas Bhimani & Sajida Manji Fundraisers.

Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Chris Bell
Phones: Kerry Devine