Peterborough News 6th July 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Tuesday 6th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Tuesday 6th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

Topics:
The Coalition Government’s cut to the Future Schools Fund sees an end to many school rebuilding programmes and school IT improvements in Peterborough.
400 Farcet residents turned out last night to listen to plans for travellers’ sites in the village.
Nene Park Trust has been given a licence to hold open air events on Ferry Meadows against the wishes of some local residents.

An Offord Darcy man’s musical Stars¬†Falling will open at the Key Theatre on Wednesday 7th July 2010.
The Countess of Wessex will officially open the Peterborough Garden Park from 11am on Thursday 8th July 2010.
A survey from the Association of Graduate Recruiters confirms that times are tough for graduate jobseekers.
Coalition Government aims to hold a referendum on May 5th 2010 to decide whether to move from first past the post to the alternative vote system.

Weather:
Dry and sunny with some patchy cloud developing later. Top temperatures of around 23C 73F. Pollen index is high.

Interviewees:
Malcolm Ellison Head Stanground College.
Pauline Kisby Farcet Resident.
Chris Moncrieff Political Commentator.
James McCulloch Chief Executive Nene Park Trust.
Nick Fogarty Author Stars Falling.
John Holdich Cabinet Member Education Skills and Universities Peterborough City Council.
Eric Winstone Head Ormiston Bushfield Academy.
John Day Travellers Spokesman Menter.org.uk.
Gordon Eddington Peterborough Garden Park.

Team:
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Gray
Phones: Kerry Devine.
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