Peterborough News 23rd December 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 23rd December 2010.

Peterborough United FC could well sell striker Arron McLean to Hull for £1 million plus.
PREL have signed up with a Malaysian company KNM GROUP BERHAD to build their giant incinerator.
East Coast mainline have admitted that train services between Kings Cross and Edinburgh are not as previously stated back to normal.

Cambridgeshire Police are running their Christmas drink-drive campaign.
Shelter say that the homeless often resort to crime and prostitution to get a bed for the night.
The race meeting at Huntingdon is in doubt pending a stewards’ inspection.
NHS Direct say sorry for the delay in answering calls and say they are hiring some temporary staff.
Churches say you can turn up for Christmas even if you never set foot in the place at any other time of year.

Weather: A rather cloudy dull and cold day but mostly dry. 1C. A cold night with a few clear spells but generally rather cloudy. -2C. Tomorrow a mostly cloudy and cold start but mainly dry with a few bright spells later on. Saturday: A frosty icy start with some mist but staying dry with spells of hazy sunshine.

Ady Mowles PISA.
PC Tony Barrios Cambridgeshire Police.
Duncan Shrubsole Crisis.
Father David Jennings All Souls Church.
Chris Williams PREL.
Carlos Dominguez Soup Kitchen.
Sophie Hodgkinson Huntingdon Racecourse.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Kate Riley
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Emma Sharples