A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Friday 28th May 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
NHS Peterborough say that despite the departure of Marco Cereste their recovery plan is safe and they expect to successfully cut £20 million from their spending this year towards the £33 million cuts required.
Jobs will be lost at Peterborough Passport Office due to the scrapping of the ID cards scheme and a planned £367 million cut to the Home Office budget this year.
MP for Peterborough Stewart Jackson expresses concern over the provision of maternity services in the city and all public services generally as we learn that due to high levels of immigration Peterborough has the tenth highest birth rate in the country.
Coffee mornings for veterans and their families hosted at Peterborough Cathedral and supported by John Lewis have been a great success, and on Tuesday June 1st 2010 a Garden Party will be held in the Deanery Garden.
Tractor theft and farm crime generally is becoming a serious issue in Cambridgeshire.
Peterborough Male Voice Choir will hold a 75th anniversary concert in Peterborough Cathedral on 10th July 2010 in aid of Help for Heroes, supported by Peterborough City Council and Roythornes Solicitors.
A Wisbech local visiting Peterborough complains that the new seating in Cathedral Square is unusable as a result of discarded litter from the fast food outlets in the Square.
The Peterborough Lido will open on Saturday 29th May 2010, and Cllr Londes recalls the visits she made there many years ago, and the exploits of legendary Peterborian Walter Cornelius. Peterborough sub-Aqua Club also use the lido to train new participants in the sport.
Leighton Primary School have a link with a school in South Africa and they will be staging a World Cup dance today and sending some artwork to their partner in readiness for the tournament. They have produced a film, and a large England flag made up of the children’s footprints.
An Eye local reports that during the England v Mexico friendly football game, customers at an Eye pub were told by police to take down their England flags.
Roger Hunt-Payne Cambridgeshire Farmer.
Joe Reeves Police Rural Action Team.
John Marsden Sports and Leisure Peterborough City Council.
Jonathan Williams and Will Prideaux Peterborough Male Voice Choir.
Ray Stebbing Wisbech Visitor.
Diane Lamb Peterborough City Council Councillor and NHS Board member.
Yvonne Lowndes Peterborough City Councillor.
Alan Brown Public and Commercial Services Union.
Stewart Jackson MP.
John Parker Peterborough sub-Aqua Club.
Reverend Charles Taylor Peterborough Cathedral.
Hayley Sutton and Pupils Leighton Primary School.
Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Samantha Dalton
Sport: Steve Fakes
News: Suzie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Law
Phones: Stephanie O’Keefe