Peterborough News 21st December 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Tuesday 21st December 2010.

Industry rumours indicate that Norwich and Peterborough will be fined by the Financial Services Authority for failings related to the failed investment in Keydata.
Norwich and Peterborough have also confirmed that they could be subject to a merger bid, or some other form of outside investment.
Cambridgeshire Police report a fall in overall crime with some categories up and others down.
According to a Peterborough travel company airports and railway stations are starting to get a grip on the situation regarding delays and backlogs currently being experienced.

The Alma Road Primary Care centre has been forced to relocate until the New Year due to frozen pipes. Until then they will operate from the Healthy Living Centre on Princes Street, and all appointments are being honoured.
Anglian Water want people to report any water leaks they think they see on roads and pavements, but not in domestic properties.
Cambs Fire “will continue to invest in their fire control room” despite a big control room replacement project being scrapped nationwide.
A professor from Leeds University talks about whether any climactic inferences can be drawn from recent weather phenomena.
The ice-rink at the Van Hage Garden Park is in full swing.
The Exotic Pet Refuge in Deeping reports that monkeys don’t like the cold weather any more than humans do.
Tiny Shelford Station offers mince pies to its regulars for one day only.
Peterborough manager Gary Johnson is not personally in favour of a winter break.

Weather: Mostly fine and dry with spells of wintry sunshine, although staying very cold and frosty. 1C. Tonight mostly cloudy and cold with some patchy snow. -3C.

Gary Fatchet Regulatory Legal.
John Clare Media Manager Anglian Water.
Prof.Doug Parket Meteorology Leeds University.
Angela Milton Station Mistress Shelford Station.
Pam Mansfield Exotic Pet Refuge Market Deeping.
Paul Fulwood Deputy Divisional Commander Cambridgeshire Police.
Daniel Broccoli Travel Agent.
Denis Ledbury Van Hage Garden Centre.
Michael van Straten Health Guru.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Alex Harris
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Chris Bell