Peterborough News 26th August 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 26th August 2010.

NHS Peterborough would like to close Parnwell Medical Centre when the current GP retires but deny that cost saving is the reason. Meeting 18:00 Thursday 2nd September 2010 Parnwell Primary School.
Sawtry locals are doing their best to prevent the opening of a sex shop in the village at the site of the former Little Chef.
Despite intensive rain the Environment Agency says there is no flood risk at present.

Green Jack Brewery’s Summer Dream is the winning beer at this year’s Peterborough Beer Festival.
A Whittlesea farmer has had a ten ton load of grain stolen from a trailer in Kings Delph.
The University of the Third Age launches its 2010 programme at Jack Hunt School today.
Research finds excessive and unnecessary salt in shop bought pasta salads and the like.
A pensioner was knocked down on the Oxney Road by a motorcyclist who rode off.
Cracks are appearing in the newly laid A1073 Crowland bypass and part of the road has been closed.
The Community Secretary wants a campaign to get rid of unnecessary street clutter.
Training continues for the Great Eastern Run which this year is sponsored by Perkins.

Mostly cloudy today with further rain at times. 19C. Tonight overcast and wet.

Peter Wrightman Interim Director of Primary and Community Care NHS Peterborough.
Alan Bamford and Keith Walters Sawtry Locals.
Harry Morton Campaign for Real Ale.
George Martin Farmer.
Hannah Brinsden Consensus Action on Salt and Health.
Stewart Osborne University of the Third Age.
Marion Todd Parnwell Cllr.
Pam Chemian Chair Parnwell Residents’ Association.
Tony Harris Environment Agency.
Tony Burton Civic Voice.
Tim Dunsford Green Jack Brewery.
Adrian Talbot Marketing Communications Manager Perkins Engines.

Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Gemma King
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine