Peterborough News 30th September 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 30th September 2010.

Unison supporters gathered outside the Town Hall yesterday, to protest against planned cuts to the public sector.
NHS Cambridgeshire has launched its pilot scheme to hand budgets over to GPs and scrap Strategic Health Authorities. A new NHS Commissioning Board will oversee the regime.
Peterborough raises £60,000 for the victims of the Pakistan floods.

A Conservative, a Labourite and a pensioner offer their opinions on cuts and the Miliband brothers.
A Peterborough councillor will question Council on whether the introduction of a charge for council bulky waste collections could be related to recent reports of flytipping, and should be rescinded.
The Mayor welcomes all those making the effort to run in the Great Eastern, and says that part of the cash he receives through the Mayor’s Charities will go towards a war memorial outside the Cathedral gates.
A local businesswoman has persuaded 21 people to join her in the Great Eastern run on behalf of Age Concern.
A local mother talks about the impact on the family of a recent burglary.
Elgoods Brewery in Wisbech commence a 3 day beer festival at lunchtime today.
Giles Brandeth is appearing at the Cresset Theatre on Thursday 28th October 2010 8:30 pm.

Weather: Mostly fine and dry with some spells of sunshine, but some patchy cloud developing. 16C. Light W winds.

Stewart Jackson MP.
Chris Moncrieff Political Commentator.
Habib Rehman Pakistan Community Association.
Stephen Goldspink Peterborough City Cllr.
Mayor Keith Sharp.
Eileen Le Bois Safe Local Trades.
Ed Murphy Peterborough Labour Party.
Mary Cook Peterborough Pensioners’ Association.
Kishwar Afzal Burglary Victim.
Alan Pateman Head Brewer Elgoods.
Giles Brandreth Raconteur.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Gray
Sport: Steve Fakes
News: Samantha Dalton
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Chris Bell
Phones: Kerry Devine