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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Paul asks your views on the potential closure of some children’s centres in Peterborough.
70 years after the Boat Race was held in Ely we'll be looking at the legacy it left.
Paul will be getting reaction to Peterborough City Councils plans for a new energy park.
Dotty McLeod finds out why a giant celery has been roaming the streets of Cambridge!
Destroyed by fire, Dotty finds out about the redevelopment of a Cambridgeshire library.
Dotty asks if negative media coverage of youngsters is preventing teenagers getting jobs.
Dotty McLeod is hearing ways to deal with cuts to the county council budget.
Dotty McLeod sits in and asks whether speed cameras are good way to reduce accidents.
Why Peterborough City Hospital bosses are travelling to Europe to recruit nurses.
The team find out where in the county you have to wait the longest at level crossings.
Paul and the Breakfast team have more on the verdicts from Cambridge Crown Court.
The team will be finding out about a world record attempt in Cambridgeshire this week.
How do families cope when relatives have dementia but no proper diagnoses?
The team hear from a mother furious at the decision to close her local children’s centre.