Peterborough News 23rd July 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Friday 23rd July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

Locals question the Council’s decision to impose resident parking around the Peterborough United ground. They also question the consultation process and ballot. A petition is underway.
Fans are unhappy at an increase in parking charges to £10 per match at Peterborough United.
Average speed cameras have been turned on at Forty Foot Road in Ramsey following a number of fatalities there.

Peterborough Regional College report a 20% increase in interest for their courses.
An African grey parrot has been found in Dogsthorpe. Tel: 222188
A refurbished Bee Hive pub will open on Monday 26th July 2010 with good food and Castor Ales. It’s down by the Walk In Centre on Bourges Boulevard near ASDA.
Posh play Forest tomorrow in a pre-season friendly.
Deloitte and Oxford Economics predict a 60% rise in the UK tourism take to £188 billion.
A member of Werrington Joggers has run up the Matterhorn in aid of UNICEF.

After a dull and overcast start becoming brighter with some sunny spells this afternoon. Top Temperatures 19C Some sunshine this evening followed by a generally clear night with a low of 12C.

Brenda Topgood Posh Ground Local.
Angela Joyce College Principal Peterborough Regional College.
Nicola Walker RSPCA.
Ian Curtis Ramsey Parish Cllr.
Matt McGuire Cabinet Member Highways Cambs County Council.
Jim Trevor Bee Hive Pub.
Harry Morton Campaign for Real Ale.
Paul Hardy Environment Transport and Engineering Peterborough City Council.
Brian Allibut Ramsey Farmer.
Paul Easton Visit Britain.
Jill Streeton Parent of Runner.
Tim Cook Werrington Joggers

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner
Phones: Tim Albone.