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Wednesday, 22 May 2019

It looks like Kenneth Noye will be released from prison after 19 years.

The 71 year old was jailed in 2000 for stabbing 21 year old Stephen Cameron to death in a road rage attack on the M25.

He’d already served time for his part in the Brink’s Mat gold bullion heist at Heathrow airport in 1983.

Although the news hasn’t been confirmed, Mr Cameron’s father has told the Daily Mail he has been told of the decision.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Campaigners are going to have to foot the bill for their failed High Court challenge against Heathrow expansion.

Transport Minister Jesse Norman has revealed that costs from legal challenges are going to have to be recovered from the unsuccessful claimants.

These include Richmond, Wandsworth and Hillingdon councils and even the Mayor of London.

The cost is thought to be around £600,000 in total.

That’s in addition to money already spent on legal fees.

The High Court rejected the groups’ legal challenge after around 7 weeks of hearings.

But those opposing a third runway are preparing to appeal the decision.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The Heathrow Express has had a makeover in honour of the Chelsea Flower Show.

One of their carriages has been adorned with more than 3,000 flowers, including 1,000 stems of lavender.

Visitors have until tomorrow to see it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Police are looking for a missing girl from Croydon.

13 year old Safire Burrell was last seen at Croydon station at 10 o’clock last night.

She’s known to frequent her local area and Wandsworth as well.

If you have any information contact 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A man has been charged following an alleged assault on a police officer in Whitton.

18 year old Brandon Flanagan will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court later today.

Police were called to the underpass by Jubilee Avenue on Monday afternoon, following reports of two men on a moped acting suspiciously.

A 16 year old boy from Twickenham was also arrested and has been released under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Having a place that’s special to you is linked to higher happiness and life satisfaction.

That’s according to new research from the National Trust.

The study says that people are 10% more likely to be sharing if they have a meaningful connection to an area.

Peter says his relationship with Osterley Park significantly helped him with his mental health.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

Former Chelsea defender William Gallas says Frank Lampard has shown he's good enough to manage the club

The Derby boss is being heavily linked with replacing Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge this summer.

Gallas say he's been impressed with the job Lampard has done this season.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 am  

Buses in and around the Barnes area need “another re-think” following the closure of Hammersmith Bridge

That from Richmond Council which says the current system is causing concern amongst passengers.

Transport for London only updated the bus routes in and around the area at the weekend.

Changes included re-routing services between Roehampton, Mortlake, Barnes and the Tube network at Putney Bridge.

But the council says problems have already been raised, with some saying the loss of night bus services is adding to the problems.

Councillors are calling for a meeting with TfL bosses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

St Raphael’s wants to change people’s perception about hospices

Gail Linehan is Director of Care Services and Strategy Development.

She’s responsible for looking at how the hospice in North Cheam can work alongside other organisations to benefit those in their care.

She says the idea of a hospice being just about death is a common misconception, even amongst other health care professionals.

A six mile charity walk for the hospice takes place on the 6th of June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

People travelling on the Piccadilly Line are having to put up with noise levels akin to a power lawn mower

The data has been compiled by EAVE, which works to prevent hearing loss.

37 underground routes in total have been found to have noise levels in excess of 85db, the level which is considered harmful.

Twenty stages of the Piccadilly Line, which serves the likes of Hounslow and Heathrow, have been deemed “unacceptable”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 am  

In the cricket, Surrey are in charge going into day three of their County Championship game.

Kent looked in control heading into tea yesterday but off-spinner Gareth Batty claimed three vital wickets to turn the game on its head.

The home side then collapsed, with Surrey bowling them all out for 294.

The defending champions lead by 156 runs overall now in the second innings, having closed the day on 11 runs for no wickets.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Thousands of British passengers have been blocked from flying to Italy due to a worker’s strike.

Hundreds of flights in and out of the Southern European country were cancelled yesterday after airport staff staged a walkout over pay and conditions.

Airlines such as Easy Jet, Alitalia and British Airways were all affected, with at least a dozen flights out of Heathrow grounded.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

The first fawns have been born in Richmond and Bushy Parks.

Over 300 are expected to be born over the next two months.

Royal Parks is reminding dog walkers and selfie takers to keep a distance of at least 50 metres.

It says Does will act defensively and have been known to attack dogs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 am  

It's understood Petr Cech will return to Chelsea this summer in a new sporting director role at the club.

The Arsenal goalkeeper will retire from playing after next Wednesday's Europa League final in Azerbaijan against his former - and future - employers.

Chelsea have been without a technical director since Michael Emenalo's resignation in November 2017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 am  

UPDATE: An investigation has been launched after a man was stabbed in Mitcham

The victim was left with injuries to his arm and leg during a fight in Lammas Avenue at midday.

He was initially thought to be in a “life threatening” condition after being taken to hospital.

However officers later said his injuries were not life-changing.

Scotland Yard have asked witnesses or anyone with information to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:14 am  

Tuesday, 21 May 2019

TV presenter Holly Willoughby has made a major change to her £2.8 million home in Barnes in a bid to keep her children safe

The ITV star and her husband Dan Baldwin applied to have a tree in their garden chopped down over fears that it posed a safety risk.

In documents submitted to the council, the couple stated that the dead Sycamore tree had started dropping branches.

They claimed that it had to be felled to prevent any potential accidents happening as their children love playing in the garden.

Council planners approved the application but stated that a new tree must be planted in its place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 pm  

Esher Rugby Club has paid tribute to one of its players, who has died at the age of 19

Sam Potter passed away on the 9th of May in Gloucestershire, where he was a student.

A memorial fundraiser by his brother has raised nearly £3,500.

The club say “the Abbots have lost a brother”.

His ashes will be scattered at the ground in Molesey Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 pm  

The Duke of Cambridge launched a major campaign today to help stop suicides and accidental drownings in the Thames

Prince William was joined at Tower Bridge by members of organisations including the London Port Authority and RNLI.

More than 30 people die on the Thames each year, with over 700 life-threatening incidents taking place.

Tower remains the busiest lifeboat station in the county followed by Chiswick.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 pm  

Officers from Surrey Police have had leave and rest days cancelled ahead of the upcoming half term

Events where police numbers are expected to be stepped up include next weekend’s Epsom Derby and the Champions League.

The force says “public safety remains our first priority”.

A council tax rise earlier this year was partly used to recruit 100 new officers.

It’s after the force’s Police and Crime Commissioner said resources were “stretched to the limit”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:39 pm  

A driver’s been fined £400 for fly tipping waste in a road in New Malden

Kingston Council was able to trace the man and prosecute him after he was captured on a homeowner’s CCTV.

The man was filmed dumping several black bags of waste in the road, before driving away.

He later admitted the offence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a man’s body was found at the scene of an industrial estate fire in Feltham.

Crews were called to wasteland off Armadale Road just before midnight.

No-one else is believed to have been injured in the fire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

MP Tom Brake wants a new Safer Neighbourhood Police Team base opened at Wallington Fire Station.

The current one at Crosspoint House closed last week.

It means officers have to travel to Wallington from their main base at Sutton Police Station by public transport, taking up valuable time.

Mr Brake’s told us it’s just not practical.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A court’s heard a businessman from Chessington was murdered after being targeted by a man who used gay dating apps to find victims.

54 year old Eric Michels was found dead at his home last August.

25 year old Gerald Matovu, who is on trial at the Old Bailey, denies murder.

Another man, Brandon Dunbar, is also on trial charged with a number of offences which he also denies.

The trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Nearly 600 arrests have been made in a week by police cracking down on county lines drugs gangs across the UK.

The groups groom young and vulnerable people into taking banned substances from urban to rural areas.

DS Bas Dickson Leach works on the South West London division of the Met’s child exploitation team.

More than £300,000 in cash and 46 weapons were seized over the 7 days of action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Extra police officers are going to be on patrol around Richmond during the school holidays.

It follows an increase in the number of burglaries reported in recent weeks.

Youngsters are being urged to be aware of their surroundings.

Officers are advising against using headphones or mobiles as they could be a distraction and keeping valuables under wraps.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has signed a new one-year contract.

His original 18-month deal expired this summer after joining from Arsenal last January.

Giroud was a regular in the France starting line-up that won the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Kingston Council has confirmed it has investigated claims a child was verbally abused by a swimming instructor who is also a councillor.

The alleged incident is said to have taken place at the Malden Centre in New Malden.

The authority says "we can confirm that there is no evidence that any child has been subject to serious or significant harm at the centre.

Neither has there been any incident involving any child which requires the council to take action in accordance with its statutory safeguarding responsibilities."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

A man is in a life-threatening condition after being stabbed in Mitcham.

It’s after two men were involved in a fight in Lammas Avenue.

Police have confirmed they attended the scene at midday.

Statement from Police:

"A section 60 is in place in Mitcham following a stabbing this afternoon.

Police were called to Lammas Avenue to reports of two males fighting.

Weapons were seen during the incident, which left one male with a leg and arm injury.

He has been taken to hospital where his condition is being treated as life threatening.

There have been no arrests made at this stage and a police cordon remains in place while initial investigations are carried out.

The section 60 is in place for Figges Marsh, Lavender Fields, Longthornton, Pollards Hill, Graveney and Cricket Green.

If there are any young people who either have information about violence or knife crime, they can visit where they can pass on information anonymously.

Fearless is part of the Crimestoppers charity, and is also independent of the police.

If you need help or information to support someone you suspect is involved in knife crime, or you want assistance yourself, then you can visit or LondonNeedsYouAlive."

Picture and video credits: @999London on Twitter
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

A drop-in session is being held in Chessington this afternoon for residents worried about a proposed development.

Under the plans, a number of houses would be demolished along the Leatherhead Road, and new ones built in their place.

Around 400 residents opposing the plans have asked MP Ed Davey to intervene.

The meeting is taking place at The North Star Pub on the Hook Road between 4.30 and 7.30.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A man who robbed Banstead’s post office at gunpoint has been jailed for 12 years.

53 year old Lewis Vivian carried out the raid in December.

A member of staff at the family-run post office in Woodmansterne Road was getting ready to close just before 9 o’clock one night.

He was confronted by Vivian, who jumped on the counter demanding cash before producing a handgun and making off with £2,000.

Vivian was arrested after CCTV images from the shop were circulated.

Detective Constable Martin O’Neill, who investigated the incident, said: “Fortunately, no one was injured during the robbery but this was a terrifying ordeal for the family who run the post office and one which will haunt them for the rest of their lives. I would like to praise them for their immense bravery in coming forward and giving evidence, and hope that the sentence given to Vivian will help them come to terms with their ordeal.

“The sentence given to Vivian should also serve as a warning to anyone else planning on coming to Surrey and committing a crime that this will not be tolerated, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that if you do, you will be identified and brought before the courts.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A man has died after a fire in Feltham

Firefighters were called to a wasteland next to an industrial estate on Armadale Road just before midnight.

The fire destroyed a corrugated metal shed, and the body was found at the scene.

The cause is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

A Tolworth based charity is launching a “Man Shed” to help men open up about their mental health issues

The Fircroft Trust is starting the initiative to reach out to those who are feeling isolated.

It’s built a large polythene structure with workbenches inside and a decking outside, where men can do activities and talk to each other.

Teresa Smith is a mental health team leader at the Trust; she explains why they’ve started it.

Man Shed will run on Mondays and Thursdays from June the 13th.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 am  

A meeting about the selling off of land at Epsom hospital will take place tonight

The GMB Union says plans by Epsom and St Helier Hospitals NHS Trust to sell off 20% of land and buildings are part of a larger plan to downgrade the site

The Trust’s Chief Executive Daniel Elkeles maintains there are “no plans” to close Epsom Hospital.

He says land that wasn’t being used by patients has been sold off with proceeds invested in repairing and improving buildings.

He wants to secure a £500m investment to build a 500 bed new hospital for the sickest patients treated in Epsom and St Helier hospitals.

But there are “no plans to reduce the total number of beds.”

Tonight’s meeting will take place at Epsom Methodist Church from 7.30.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

British tennis number three Dan Evans has been given a wild card to play at Queen's Club next month

He's climbed more than a thousand places in the rankings since returning from a 12-month ban for taking cocaine, and is now up to 77th in the world.

Andy Murray has an entry reserved for what is Wimbledon's main warm-up tournament.

The three-time Grand Slam champion's recovering from hip surgery.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 am  

A woman from Surbiton is doing 30 challenges in a year to raise awareness for epilepsy

Fran Turauskis will be aiming to complete the 100km Race to the Stones event in the Wessex Downs, for the Young Epilepsy charity.

Fran says the biggest misconception about the condition is that it’s the same for everyone.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Richmond police have thanked people for their support, after a police officer was attacked with a hammer in Twickenham

Scotland Yard say the uniformed officer needed hospital treatment after the incident yesterday afternoon.

A 16 and 18-year-old have been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm.

Wandsworth Police called it “A completely unacceptable and cowardly act.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Joint administration formed at Elmbridge Council

The Liberal Democrats and the Residents Association at Elmbridge Borough Council have officially formed a joint administration for 2019/20.

The move was confirmed at last week’s annual Council.

The joint administration comes in the wake of the Conservatives losing three seats in the recent council election and the gains made by the Lib Dems and the Residents Association.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 am  

Extra police to patrol Richmond

Extra police officers are going to be on patrol around Richmond during the school holidays.

It follows an increase in the number of burglaries reported in recent weeks.

Youngsters are being urged to be aware of their surroundings.

Officers are advising against using headphones or mobiles as they could be a distraction and keeping valuables under wraps.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 am  

England's favourite motorways revealed

England’s favourite motorways have been revealed.

A snap online survey by Highways England has revealed drivers prefer the M1 in Leicestershire and the M6 in Cumbria.

The M25 near Godstone came in at seventh on the list and the M3 linking North Warnborough to Sunbury finished up in ninth place.

Scenery played a big part in drivers favouring the roads they did.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:55 am  

Formula 1 legend Niki Lauda dies

Formula One racing legend Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70 after a period of ill health.

The Austrian won the F1 drivers' championship in 1975 and 1977 with Ferrari and again in 1984 with Woking based McLaren.

Lauda, immortalised in the film Rush, was badly burned when he crashed during the German Grand Prix in 1976.

After his racing career he went on to become an airline entrepreneur.

A statement from his family said, “His unique achievements as an athlete and entrepreneur are and will remain unforgettable.”

The McLaren Formula One team is among those who have been paying tribute to Lauda."All at McLaren are deeply saddened to learn that our friend, colleague and 1984 Formula 1 World Champion, Niki Lauda, has passed away. Niki will forever be in our hearts and enshrined in our history," their statement said.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 am  

Monday, 20 May 2019

Two teenagers have been arrested after a police officer was attacked with a hammer in Twickenham

Police were called to the underpass by Jubilee Avenue at 3.30pm following reports of two men on a moped acting suspiciously.

As one of the officers attempted to stop the pair from fleeing the scene he was struck on the head with a hammer.

The male office was taken to hospital where he’s currently receiving treatment for a cut and bruising to his head.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 pm  

A 69 year old woman has gone missing from Feltham

Jeanette Thomas was last seen at 10.45 on Sunday morning.

Police say they’re growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Anyone with information is being asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:21 pm  

A teenager has been jailed after stabbing a school pupil following an incident in Streatham Hill

19 year old Roland Gegbe was sentenced to four years when he appeared at Inner London Crown Court earlier.

He had previously entered a plea of guilty to GBH with intent and possession of a bladed/pointed article in public.

The court heard how the victim, a 16-year-old boy, was walking home from school on the afternoon of June the 8th last year.

He was confronted by Gegbe and another boy, both of whom he didn’t know, in Amesbury Avenue.

The three males got into an argument before Gegbe produced a knife.

After a fight with both suspects, the victim ended up in the middle of the road where Gegbe stabbed him three times before fleeing.

Members of the public who witnessed the attack were able to get to the victim and administer vital first aid.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:35 pm  

Hounslow’s H91 bus route now includes two new stops to allow youngsters at Lampton School to make use of it

The bus stops, along the Great West Road, form part of the Mayor of London’s Healthy Streets scheme.

They have been jointly financed by Transport for London and Hounslow Council.

The bus stops have been installed as close as possible to Lampton Road toucan crossing, providing safe crossing for all.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

People in Richmond have been giving their views on a health and care plan which has been developed especially for the borough

The ‘discussion document’, covers the two-year period of 2019-21.

It’s been developed by the NHS and Richmond Council after figures revealed 1 in 10 adults are living with three or more long-term health conditions.

The document can be viewed on Richmond Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 pm  

Investigations are continuing into the cause of a fire in Kew.

It broke out at a flat in Beechwood Avenue just before 9 o’clock last night.

A member of the public spotted smoke coming from the ground floor and called fire fighters.

One woman was treated for smoke inhalation.

Early indications point to an accident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Wimbledon has unveiled its new retractable roof at Court One.

It cost £70 million and three years to complete.

Former Wimbledon Champion Lleyton Hewitt says when used, it will give the tennis an extra edge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

It’s national Walk to School week.

To mark the event, Richmond Council is encouraging parents to ditch the car and walk their children to school instead.

According to charity Living Streets, two in five parents of primary school children say they worry about pollution levels around schools.

Richmond Council has taken a number of steps already including implementing a borough-wide 20mph speed limit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye could be released from prison after almost 20 years.

He was jailed for life with a minimum term of 16 years in 2000 after stabbing Stephen Cameron to death on a slip road in Kent in 1996.

The Sun is reporting that he’s due before a parole board on Wednesday.

At the time of the murder, Noye was out on licence after serving 8 years in prison for his part in the Brink's-Mat gold bullion robbery at Heathrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Wildlife experts say many species of bees are on the brink of extinction in parts of the UK.

A study by Woking based WWF and Buglife is blaming climate change, intensive farming and pollution.

The pollinating they do is worth almost £700 million a year to the UK economy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm  

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children have made a rare public appearance to visit their mum's garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Footage shows Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis playing in the woodland wilderness creation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 pm  

A councillor in New Malden has allegedly been suspended from her job as a children’s swimming teacher.

A complaint has apparently been made against the Lib Dem councillor by a parent who claims she verbally assaulted a child.

It’s believed the swimming centre at the centre of the allegations has launched its own investigation into the alleged conduct.

The claims are being reported by Kingston's Independents but have not been verified by the council.

Former Deputy Mayor, Mary Clark, is calling on Kingston Council to take urgent action.

We’ve approached Kingston Council for a statement.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

Armed officers were called to Purley Station this morning, after a man claimed to have a gun

Police were called at 8am.

The man in his 20s was reported for a public order offence, and no weapons were found.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

The postponed Marsden March took place yesterday

Radio Jackie hosted a special on-air jukebox for walkers taking part in the challenge.

The original annual event in March had to be called off because of the adverse weather.

The march sees participants walk either 5 or 15 miles between the charity's two hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton, raising vital funds for The Royal Marsden.

For more information, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 am  

An elderly woman has had £1,000 stolen from her in Croydon

On the 2nd of April, two women saw the woman withdraw the money from a bank on North End and put it inside her shopping trolley.

That trolley was later found to have been cut open.

Both suspects have long black hair and were wearing headscarves at the time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children have made a rare public appearance to visit their mum's garden at the Chelsea Flower Show

Footage shows Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis playing in the woodland wilderness creation.

Kate feels that nature has huge benefits for our mental and physical wellbeing - especially for young children.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

It's claimed train passengers lost almost four-million hours to delayed journeys last year

Which? claims around 80 services were significantly affected each day.

On average there were more than 241,000 across the whole year, the highest number since 2011.

Nearly 7% of Govia Thameslink trains were cancelled, and around 4% of South Western Railway’s.

Industry body, the Rail Delivery Group, says firms are working together to make improvements.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

An E-fit has been released of a man suspected of attacking an elderly woman and a teenager with sulphuric acid

Police have just released details of the incident on the 8th of April in Thornton Heath.

The two were attacked while in traffic by a man in a white van, who had the substance in a “squeezy” bottle.

He’s described as white, 40 years old, with ginger and grey hair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Surrey Cricket League: St Lukes top Premier table

In Surrey Cricket League Premier Division action on the weekend St Lukes made it four from four after a 127 run win over Bec Old Boys in Belmont.

Raoof Khalid’s unbeaten 113 led St Lukes to 267 for 9.

Bec Old Boys were then dismissed for 140.

Champions Franco Surrey Seamers, who have a game in hand, beat Clapham Old Xaverians by 4 wickets.

Spelthorne has their wing clipped in Division One going down by 23 runs to Croydon at Abbeyfields in Chertsey.

In Division Two Vivek Narayan’s unbeaten 104 guided Spencer to an 8 wicket win over Merton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 am  

Sunday, 19 May 2019

Tennis greats played on Wimbledon’s Court One to celebrate the opening of its new roof.

Pat Cash, Venus Williams and John McEnroe were all involved as the new £70 million retractable cover was unveiled.

It has taken 3 years to build but now more games can be played at the at the All England Club, whatever the weather.

In fact the new roof had to be used today as rain swept across SW19.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 pm  

Flood warnings have been put in place for areas between Putney and Teddington.

High tide is forecasted to happen at around 4 tomorrow morning and then in the afternoon too.

As a result of spring tides, the river will cover low-lying roads and footpaths around these times.

Flooding of properties is not expected though.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

The new National Rail summer timetable has come into effect, with 1,000 new train services being introduced across Great Britain.

South Western Railways have added an additional evening London Waterloo to Chessington South and Chessington South to Wimbledon service.

There are some minor additions on Southern too.

The National Rail Timetable is changed in May and December each year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Health inspectors have described a Croydon chicken shop as "dirty", a report has revealed.

Tasty Chicken, on London Road, was given a food hygiene rating of one out of five, the second worst score possible.

Staff at the takeaway were criticised for not washing their hands after handling money during the inspection.

Cleanliness and condition of the chicken shop were both deemed to need improvement, while the management of food safety was deemed to require major improvement.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A man is in hospital after being stabbed in Norbury.

Police say he was attacked around half 3 this afternoon and that family members are in contact with the emergency services.

A Section 60 stop and search order has been put in place in the entirety of Croydon and Sutton, and in some areas in Lambeth.

Meanwhile there are road closures in Norbury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

A recent survey has found university students are having to wait weeks to see mental health professionals.

The report by Student Beans states they have to wait an average of nearly two months for on-campus support.

A former Kingston University student says he had to wait half a year.

Calvin Prickett has told the Evening Standard it “felt like an age,” and that he failed his first year due to his mental health issues.

A University Spokesperson says those in need can talk to counsellors, while waiting times sometimes depend on the NHS.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Young pupils in Croydon have organised a series of litter picks around their community.

Children from Greenvale Primary School in Selsdon looked after the project.

As part of the Don’t Mess with Croydon – Take Pride campaign 84 pupils collected 15 bags of litter and five bags of recycling.

It took place last Thursday as an initiative helped organised by the council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Chertsey Town FC triumph at Wembley

Chertsey Town FC have won the FA Vase final.

They played Cray Valley at Wembley this afternoon and beat them 3-1.

6000 Chertsey fans travelled to Wembley to watch the match.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

Police say investigations into the vandalism in Addlestone are ongoing.

Two youths reportedly used a catapult to cause extensive damage to a window at the Light Bridge cinema on Monday.

They’ve interviewed a male in relation to the incident but can’t disclose any more information currently.

Over the weekend there have been further reports of young people using catapults in the area.

Authorities say they’re using CCTV to identify any culprits.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Britain’s first astronaut will speak at an event in Kingston next month.

Helen Sharman made history when she launched into space on a Russian Soyuz in 1991.

She spent 8 days orbiting the Earth, living and working on the MIR Space Station.

Helen will give a talk at the Rose Theatre.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Police are appealing for help finding a teenage boy from Putney Heath.

16 year old Daha Warsame has been missing since Monday and is known to frequent the Croydon area.

You can see a photo of Daha on our Jackie News twitter feed.

If you have any information you should call 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Residents in Southfields are being warned about changes to parking rules coming into effect today for one day only.

It’s due to what Wandsworth Council is calling “a large scale event” being hosted at the All England Club.

The BBC Orchestra and Paloma Faith will be performing on the new No 1 court.

As a result, parking controls will operate between 8.30am and 8.30pm in the surrounding roads.

The aim is to try and deter concert goers from using their cars to get to the grounds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

A report has revealed a drone almost collided with a British Airways plane flying out of Heathrow.

The unmanned aerial vehicle came within 20 feet of the British Airways Jet, which was carrying 300 passengers on a flight to Dubai.

The UK Airprox Board which investigates near misses rated it as the highest Category A incident, where there was a serious risk of collision.

The Boeing 777 was at 6000 feet above Potters Bar when the pilots saw the drone pass under the left wing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

Harlequins have missed out on a shot at the Premiership title after they missed a last minute penalty.

The Quins went down 27 points to 25 to rivals Wasps after James Lang’s failed kick.

Had they won they would have claimed fourth spot and go into the semi-finals.

Northampton Saints take the position ahead of them and will face Exeter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Diabetics in Epsom and Ewell are getting a helping hand

Diabetics in Epsom and Ewell are being given a helping hand.

A free 12-week walking programme to encourage those with the condition to be more active has been launched by the council.

The weekly walks will take place on Tuesdays with the aim of getting sufferers fitter and healthier.

Participants weight and blood pressure will be measured at weeks 1 and 12 so they can see how they’ve progressed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:41 am  

Plans to regenerate a derelict building in Staines is taking shape

Plans are afoot to turn a derelict building in Staines into a mixture of housing and offices.

Knowle Green Estates wants to develop Thameside House in South Street.

It is asking residents to feedback on its proposals before it submits them to the council.

The first drop in session is being held at the Mercure Hotel in Thames Street on the afternoon of May the 31st.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:38 am  

Saturday, 18 May 2019

A teenage girl remains in hospital after being found with unexplained facial injuries in Egham

Surrey Police believe she sustained her injuries at a park in Pooley Green Road last night.

They’re making a number of enquiries to establish exactly what happened.

Anyone who was in the park around the time of the incident or has any information is being asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Officers from Surrey Police are urging parents to discuss the topic of animal cruelty with their children following the death of three pigeons in Staines.

The incident occured on Friday afternoon.

Police say three teenagers were spotted near Staines railway bridge shooting the pigeons with catapults.

They are urging anyone with information relating to the incident to call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:28 pm  

It's set to be a weekend of celebrations for Wimbledon Tennis as they are set to unveil their new 70 million pound roof.

It has taken 3 years to build but Court Number One will now have a retractable cover, identical to the one on centre court.

The launch of the roof will marked by an event that will take place tomorrow, which will see tennis stars including John McEnroe, Jamie Murray and Venus Williams play a friendly, whilst musicians, including Rita Ora are set to perform.

All proceeds will go towards a homeless fund set up by the Wimbledon Foundation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

A big afternoon lies ahead for Harlequins as they are set to play Wasps in the Rugby Premierships final day of the season.

A win would see the Twickenham team claim fourth place, and an away semi-final next weekend.

The game will take place at 4 o'clock.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A campaign to help young people with their mental health has launched in Croydon.

As part of its Choose Your Future programme, the Council will be encouraging people who are feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed to talk to someone.

Whether it’s because they’re feeling exam pressure or they’re facing a challenging situation in their life.

From Wednesday billboards around the borough will tell people who are struggling where they can get help.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

Harlequins will be looking to steal a top four spot on the final day of the Rugby Premiership season.

They have to beat rivals Wasps and hope Northampton lose against Exeter.

Should they pull it off the Quins will be in the play-offs, giving them a shot at winning the title.

Semi Kunatani, who signed from French Top 14 side Toulouse, makes his first start.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

A man who went to jail for conning Chelsea footballer Gary Cahill has been punished further.

36 year old Stewart Groves has been banned from being a company director for ten years.

The financial adviser was sentenced to more than 8 years in prison last month after gambling away the defender’s money.

He had said it would be spent on property.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Sutton’s Community Farm will throw open its doors to the public today.

The site in Woodmansterne Lane, which is leased from Surrey County Council, is run with the help of over 50 volunteers.

Today is a chance for residents to learn about what goes on at the farm, and to celebrate sustainable and natural food sources.

Alice Brown is the farm’s manager.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

A new bus route comes into effect in Hammersmith today to ease the problems caused by the on-going closure of the bridge.

Six other routes are being modified.

Services were immediately re-routed after the 132 year old bridge closed indefinitely in April on safety grounds.

The new routes will be reviewed regularly.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Two men have been jailed for raping a woman in Carshalton last October in broad daylight.

They met at Victoria Coach Station on the 13th of October and travelled to Carshalton the following day where they attacked a 53 year old woman at 3 o’clock as she approached an alleyway near Shorts Road.

20 year old Gabrield Bejinariu was convicted at Croydon Crown Court in April. He was sentenced to 12 years in jail for aiding and abetting rape, 5 years for rape and 4 years for attempted rape.

32 year old Radian Cojorcaru was sentenced to 12 years after he pleaded guilty to rape and to aiding and abetting rape.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

A Croydon council initiative claims it has prevented almost 50 families from becoming homeless in the last year.

The authority set up Croydon Lettings last summer.

The aim was to improve the long-term prospects of tenancies in the private rented sector by working more closely with landlords and struggling families.

Bosses say the scheme has also avoided a £275,000 cost of putting people in emergency housing by finding them private rentals.

The agency works by giving prospective tenants a personalised training course before being matched with a private landlord.

The course includes budgeting advice, benefits support, tenancy tips and wider skills training.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

A special conference centring on children and young people is taking place in Ham today.

“Teaching Tech to Gen Z” is being held at the German School of London.

Numerous experts will talk at the event.

The aim is to better equip youngsters with the mental and social well-being they need as they navigate the world of digital media.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:04 am  

Wandsworth tackles misuse of parks with fines.

People misbehaving or causing a nuisance in Wandsworth’s parks could be hit with on-the-spot fines from Monday.

The Council is introducing the change to free up parks police officers who would otherwise have had to issue a summons and prepare a case for the magistrates court.

Issuing the £80 fines will take less time for officers and allow them to make more patrols.

Any money generated through the fines will be ring-fenced for use by the parks police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:46 am  

Friday, 17 May 2019

A by-election is to take place in Merton after the resignation of a councillor.

It’ll take place on the 20th of June after Canon Hill Ward cllr Mark Kenny decided to step down.

Applications for postal votes must be received by the 5th of June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:22 pm  

Over 1,500 responses to Surrey’s fire service consultation have been received, and there’s still a week left to run.

Lucy Mayer reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 pm  

Police are appealing to help find a vulnerable missing Reigate man who hasn’t been seen since yesterday.

52 year old Steven Preston is white, slim build with dark brown hair. He was wearing a dark blue top, blue jeans and blue canvas shoes with white soles.

He has a grey Audi A4 Quattro, with the registration number YR03 HLX.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 pm  

Police are appealing for help to trace a violent offender wanted on recall to prison for breaching the terms of his licence conditions.

Paul Haynes is originally from Oxted but said to have links with Lingfield and Merstham.

He’s described as white, with blue eyes and brown and grey hair. He is approximately 5ft 6in tall and of medium build.

Anyone who spots him should call police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:47 pm  

Over £1.7m has been spent defending Heathrow expansion in court by the Department for Transport.

It’s after a legal battle from councils and environmental groups, which ruled in favour of a third runway.

Minister Jesse Norman says that they’ll attempt to recover £625,000 from the claimants.

Back Heathrow says the ruling raises questions about how boroughs have spent millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 pm  

Kingston Council says its aim is to work with The Rose Theatre to try and make it completely self-sufficient.

The authority has announced it’s to stop funding the theatre after 11 years, something The Rose says puts its future in doubt.

Some residents are calling on the theatre to take more commercial shows, as Wimbledon and Richmond do, to help raise funds.

Kingston’s Council leader Liz Green says this is a possibility.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 pm  

It’s emerged a convicted murderer, whom police are hunting because he’s breached the terms of his release license, has absconded before.

66 year old Joseph Bagley was released from prison in January having been jailed for the murder of a taxi driver in 1978.

He has been living in Maidstone, but failed to turn up for his curfew on Sunday and has not been seen since.

Bagley previously went on the run in 1994 after escaping during an escorted home visit to an elderly relative in Weybridge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 pm  

Chelsea Football Club has released a further statement relating to Ruben Loftus-Cheek's Achilles tendon injury.

Chelsea say Ruben Loftus-Cheek has undergone a successful operation on his ruptured Achilles tendon.

The midfielder picked up the injury in a charity match in the USA, ruling him out of this month's Europa League final with Arsenal.

He'll also miss England's Nations League campaign this summer.

It reads:

'Ruben successfully underwent surgery on his ruptured Achilles tendon last night. He will miss the UEFA Europa League Final and England’s campaign at the Nations League finals and will spend the summer undergoing rehabilitation in order to resume full training as soon as possible.'

Unfortunately it brings a season of progress for Loftus-Cheek to a premature conclusion.

The midfielder, who featured for England at last summer’s World Cup, has played 40 times for Chelsea in 2018/19.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Kingston's leader says help is at hand for The Rose Theatre

Kingston Council says its aim is to work with The Rose Theatre to try and make it completely self-sufficient.

The authority has announced it’s to stop funding the theatre after 11 years, something The Rose says puts its future in doubt.

Kingston’s Council leader Liz Green has told us this has always been the plan.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:46 pm  

Harlequins winger Tim Visser is to retire from professional rugby at the end of the season.

The former Scotland international was their top scorer during their 150th anniversary season, with 11 tries in 20 appearances.

‘The Flying Dutchman’, as he’s known, says he’s moving onto new challenges outside of rugby with his young family.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 pm  

Cancelled Marsden March will now take place on Sunday

The annual Marsden March will resume on Sunday.

The event had to be cancelled in March due to the adverse weather which included gale force winds.

The 15 miler sees walkers stroll between the charities two hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

It’s emerged a convicted murderer, whom police are hunting because he’s breached the terms of his release license, has absconded before.

66 year old Joseph Bagley was released from prison in January having been jailed for the murder of a taxi driver in 1978.

He has been living in Maidstone, but failed to turn up for his curfew on Sunday and has not been seen since.

Bagley previously went on the run in 1994 after escaping during an escorted home visit to an elderly relative in Weybridge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Mental health week marked in Kingston

Kingston Council had a stall in the marketplace to promote good mental health on Monday, the start of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Over the next few months, the authority will be working with businesses across the borough to encourage and support them in adopting positive working practices and creating a friendly and open environment where people feel able to talk about their concerns without fear of discrimination or negative consequences.

The council also will be signing the Time to Change pledge on the 11th of June.

Time to Change Hubs are partnerships which help to proactively campaign to change people’s attitudes towards mental health, and embed anti-stigma and discrimination practises in workplaces locally.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The Grenfell Tower Inquiry's first report will not be published until October.

It was originally thought that it would come out this Spring, before the second anniversary of the disaster.

But those involved in putting it together say it's a far more complex and time-consuming task than was originally anticipated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 pm  

The rainbow flag is flying high in Richmond today.

It’s to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.

The flag has been raised outside the town’s Civic Centre to show support for the borough’s LGBTQ community.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The Rose Theatre says Kingston Council’s decision to withdraw funding puts its future in doubt.

Bosses say it “brings a far greater financial benefit to the borough than the comparatively small funding it receives.”

Kingston has decided to withdraw funding after 11 years because it says it needs to “prioritise” its finances.

The authority will continue with its cash grants for the next three years.

Statement from Cllr Liz Green, Leader of the Council

"We remain committed to seeing the Rose Theatre thrive whilst balancing the need to be financially prudent to match our reduced income and look forward to working with the current management team and trustees to achieve this aim.

The Liberal Democrats were proud to help set up the Rose Theatre over 10 years ago. A new five year funding deal was agreed with the council in 2015, and since then over £1.6 million funding for the Rose will have been provided by the council by March 2020.

As a financially responsible council, who have seen £66 million of funding from central government cut since 2010 and now receive zero, we, of course, have a duty to look at every aspect of our spending to ensure value for money.

At the same time as funding cuts, we have seen a marked increase in the need for adult and children's social care services.

It is never easy to prioritise one area of spending over another and any reduction in funding we provide to the Rose Theatre would be a particularly difficult decision.

In the last 5 years Kingston Council has provided funding of over £1.6 million
The council additionally wrote off outstanding debt of £1.7 million
The council reduced the theatre’s rent from £150,000 to £35,000 in 2015
Funding will continue at its current rate (£265,000 per year) until at least 2020
The theatre receives £30,000 discretionary business rate relief, which is proposed to continue
Currently the council also uses and pays for additional services, and this is proposed to continue
Current proposals are to taper this funding to £177,000 in 2020/21 then £88,000 in 2021/22, falling to zero thereafter
These cuts represent a cut to the theatre budget of 7.5% compared with a cut to the council’s budget of over 35% since 2010
No final decisions will be taken by the council until February next year."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

The hunt is on to find a convicted murderer with links to Surrey.

66 year old Joseph Bagley was released from prison in January, but has breached the terms of his license.

He was jailed in 1978 for the murder of a taxi driver.

He has been living in Maidstone, but failed to turn up for his curfew on Sunday and has not been seen since.

Officers say he could “lash out” if he feels threatened and anyone who sees him should call 999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Footage has emerged on YouTube of a man clinging to the bonnet of a car as it’s being driven along the busy Great West Road in Brentford

It was filmed by a motorcyclist and posted to his YouTube channel, Mr Short Rider.

Police have since confirmed a man was treated for injuries in hospital and they are looking for the driver of a Mercedes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:56 pm  

Firefighters are threatening to stop all non-contractual work in a row over pay and conditions.

All jobs outside of their core role, such as water rescues and aerial drone operation, could be withdrawn.

The Norbiton based Fire Brigades Union says tensions are rising ahead of talks about wages.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

78% of people in the South East of the country believe they should be kinder

That’s according to a survey for the British Red Cross.

Nationwide, a staggering 99% agreed that if we all did one kind thing a day, the UK would be a better place.

Preventing people from feeling lonely ranked top for the difference people would most like to make.

Among small acts of kindness people in the area have carried out include;

Lending a stranger at a petrol pump 2p when they had no cash and were just over the £30 limit to use contactless.

And a neighbour nipping next door to re-plant a rose bush that had died, as a surprise.

The British Red Cross is launching its One Kind Thing campaign, encouraging everyone to do something kind to support its vital work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

A failure in the mains electricity is being blamed for a fire in Battersea that put three people in hospital

The brigade was called at quarter to 9 on Wednesday morning, and had the fire under control by half past ten.

Three people were treated for smoke inhalation and were taken to hospital as a precaution.

An electrical cabinet on the ground floor of the block of flats was damaged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

Kingston Council has confirmed it will no longer fund the Rose Theatre.

The authority has invested over £7 million since it was founded a decade ago.

A spokesman says it will still be a major supporter, providing £531,000 over the next three years.

It’s putting the decision down to a cut in budgets and a need to prioritise how money is spent.

The council says it has also always been clear that The Rose should eventually become self – sufficient.

The Rose says it will issue a statement in due course.

Kingston's statement in full is below;

"The council has been a major supporter of the Rose Theatre since it was founded just over 10 years ago and has invested over £7.5m in the theatre during this time. We will continue to be a major supporter of the Rose in future and will provide £531k of funding over the next 3 years, including £265k for this financial year.

“At a time when our budgets have been significantly cut, we need to prioritise how we spend the money available to us. This means making some tough decisions to ensure we can continue to provide vital social care services for children and adults as well as the borough's most vulnerable residents and universal services such as waste collection and street cleaning.

“We have been clear in our desire to see the Rose Theatre thrive as it moves towards a sustainable operating model, with gradually reducing levels of subsidy by the council. This intention was set out in a report to the council’s Policy & Resources Committee back in April 2015.

“We are proud of our diverse arts and culture offer in Kingston and want to work with the Rose Theatre and all those involved in running and funding it, to discuss all possibilities and opportunities.”

The Rose officially opened in January 2008 with "Uncle Vanya" by Anton Chekhov, with Sir Peter Hall directing.

Hall had also directed an "in the raw" production of "As You Like It" within the shell of the uncompleted building in December 2004.

Statement from The Rose;

"Rose Theatre Kingston has been vital to the community it serves throughout its 11-year life.

The support from the Royal Borough of Kingston allows young people across the borough to take part in and experience world class theatre.

Total withdrawal of council funds would place great uncertainty around the future of these and other programmes from which the people of Kingston benefit directly.

The theatre, in its current guise, brings a far greater financial benefit to the borough than the comparatively small funding it receives, and the impact of its removal would be felt far beyond the local community."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

An army of knitters and sewers are needed to help people with dementia in Croydon

A 12 hour knit-a-thon is due to take place with the hand muffs created going to the dementia wards at Croydon University Hospital.

The muffs help to relax patients during their hospital stay and prevent them getting agitated.

The knit-a-thon will take place between 8am and 8pm next Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:44 am  

Parents are being urged to keep a closer eye on their children’s online activity

There’s been a 700% increase in child abuse images being referred to the National Crime Agency in the last five years.

That’s according to Government figures.

DC Julie Benrad works on the central Child Sexual Exploitation team covering Kingston, Merton, Richmond and Wandsworth.

She recommends turning the wi-fi off at night, amongst other things.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Hammersmith Bridge could become a toll bridge to pay for repairs, under new proposals

Councillor Stephen Greenhalgh has put forward borrowing the money needed, then charging 50p for cars to cross it.

It’s part of his bid to become Mayor.

The bridge was closed last month when tests found it was too weak to carry vehicles.

A lack of money for refurbishment is being blamed for its continued closur
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Richmond cracking down on fly-posting

Richmond Council is cracking down on fly-posting.

Unauthorised posters will be removed by officials following a rise in the number of complaints about the adverts.

Charities and community groups have special permission if they apply to the council before displaying their posters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 am  

Woman robbed in distraction burglary in Croydon

A woman who was honoured for outstanding service to the NHS has had her OBE stolen in a distraction burglary at her home in Croydon.

CCTV footage shows the thief at the woman’s door where he posed as a builder.

The 89-year-old, who was recognised for 40 years of service, invited the man in, only later to discover he had taken her OBE, and £120 in cash.

Officers described the suspect as a white man in his 50s, about 5 feet 7 inches tall with grey hair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 am  

Surrey Cricket League: Fixtures in all three divisions for Saturday May 18

There's another round of matches this weekend in the Surrey Cricket League.

All matches in the three divisions start at 1pm.

Surrey Cricket League – Fixtures

18 May

Premier Division

Balham & Tooting v Reigate Priory – Fishponds, Tooting
Bec Old Boys v St Lukes – Northey Avenue, Belmont
Franco Surrey Seamers v Clapham Old Xaverians – Tolworth Court, Worcester Park
Osterley 2000 v London Gymkhana – Whiteley Village, Hersham

Division One

Commonwealth 1920 v Wimbledon Corinthians – King George’s, Tudor Drive, Lower Morden
Ottershaw v Wimbledon Village – Foxhills Road, Ottershaw
Raynes Park FP v Park Hill – Raynes Park High School SG, Raynes Park
Spelthorne v Croydon – Abbeyfields, Chertsey

Division Two

Merton v Spencer – Cottenham Park, Raynes Park
Sutton Challengers A v AMY – Northey Avenue, Belmont
Team Mitcham v London Welsh – Tolworth Court, Worcester Park
Wimbledon Corinthians A v Croydon Lions – Raynes Park SG, Taunton Avenue, Raynes Park

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 am  

Thursday, 16 May 2019

Elmbridge Mencap has been selected by the new Mayor of Elmbridge, Mary Sheldon, as her official charity for the year ahead

There are almost 2000 adults and children in the borough registered with Learning disabilities.

Elmbridge Mencap has been in existence for almost 65 years and provides leisure activities, including social clubs and film nights.

It is primarily run by a small core of part-time staff and volunteers and has to be totally financially self-sufficient.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 pm  

Wandsworth has reportedly slashed its spending on some services by a quarter over the last nine years

Research by Centre for London says its budget is the fifth most affected in London.

Council Leader Ravi Govindia says “financial management, long term planning, and a good understanding of our residents’ priorities” have allowed them to protect frontline services.

However, Kensington and Chelsea stood out by increasing expenditure, one of only two boroughs to do so.

Full statement by Ravi Govindia:

“Every council in the country has had to play its role in helping to reduce the debt mountain left by the last Labour government, so while our central Government grant has been reduced, with our prudent and successful financial management, our long term planning and a good understanding of our residents’ priorities, that we have managed to protect frontline services, while at the same time as keeping average council tax bills in Wandsworth the lowest in the whole country.

“Despite the cuts in our government grant, we worked tirelessly to keep all our libraries open, expand and improve our most popular and high achieving schools, invest millions in maintaining and improving our housing stock, spent heavily in maintaining youth services, kept our parks and commons and our leisure centres in tip-top shape, our roads and pavements in good condition and our streets clean and tidy, while retaining weekly refuse and recycling services. These are the services our resident value the most and the services we have been able to protect and enhance.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:58 pm  

Costumes worn by band Madness are going on show at the Victoria and Albert Museum

The band were huge in the 80s, with hits including House of Fun and Our House.

The saxophone played by Lee Thompson at the London Olympic closing ceremony in 2012 is one of the items on display.

Madness will also be appearing at Sandown Park in Esher in July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

Andy Murray is now a Sir

The tennis champ received his knighthood from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace earlier.

The tennis ace, who lives in Oxshott, said he’d have liked his two daughters to have witnessed the moment, but they’re “a bit young.”

His career-defining moment came in 2013 when he ended Britain's 77-year wait for a male singles champion at Wimbledon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

A woman from Clapham has denied obstructing a train during the Extinction Rebellion protests in London

51 year old Cathy Eastburn, along with two other men, were charged after a protest blocked the Docklands Light Railway services at Canary Wharf station.

The demonstration took place in April during weeks of protests by the group in a bid to get the Government to declare a climate emergency.

The three activists, who appeared in court earlier, have been bailed ahead of a trial
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a police van hit a woman in Streatham

The woman in her 50s is still in hospital in a critical condition after the incident last Tuesday.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct says the van was responding to an emergency, and had its lights and sirens on at the time.

The officers involved are being treated as witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 pm  

The man known as the “Wimbledon Prowler” has admitted trying to rob the home of tennis champ Boris Becker

42 year old Asdrit Kapaj burgled a number of homes in the area over more than 10 years before he was caught in February.

Kingston Crown Court heard how he travelled from Manchester to carry out the thefts.

He initially pleaded guilty to 21 burglaries last month.

He has now admitted trying to break into Mr Becker’s home on Wimbledon Common in 2013.

Kapaj will be sentenced next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:01 pm  

A skip hire boss from Epsom who pressured customers into paying extra charges for skips to be removed has been ordered to pay fines and costs of more than £30,000.

A court found Brian Place, director of 1st Place Grab & Skip Hire Ltd in Epsom, was using aggressive commercial practices.

An investigation was launched after residents in areas including Leatherhead, complained to Surrey trading standards officers.

Skips were left on the driveways of some homes for months on end after Place demanded excessive sums to take them away.

After skips were left on their driveways for several weeks, three customers paid Place out of desperation, handing him sums ranging from £250 to £600.

Two customers refused to comply and ended up with skips at their homes for many months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police are hunting a man on suspicion of GBH.

William Sona from Ealing is known to have links to Chelsea and police there are asking residents to be on the look-out.

Officers say he should not be approached.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

A guitarist from Tadworth has released a single in protest at the loss of land across the UK.

"Enough is enough" is what Bryn Haworth is calling a “critical message.”

He says he’s passionate about the amount of woodland across the UK and the world being “lost forever” due to developments.

He was spurred into action after developers expressed an interest at turning part of Tattenham Corner, near where he lives, into housing.

It’s thought little more than 1,000 square miles of ancient woodland survives today.

Supporters are being urged to support the campaign on social media platforms via the #MyTreeMatters
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Two men are in court today charged with two counts of robbery at North Sheen Recreation Ground.

18 year old Teshan Rodrigo and 22 year old Jon Shakes were arrested following two incidents.

On Saturday, a person had their wallet and phone stolen by two suspects.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Chelsea have suffered an injury blow ahead of the final.

Midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek left the stadium on crutches after going off injured in their charity match with New England Revolution in the USA overnight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Arsenal says it’s "bitterly disappointed" only 6,000 tickets have been made available to its fans for this month's Europa League final with Chelsea.

UEFA insists logistical issues have prevented it from allowing more supporters to travel to the stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan.

But the Premier League club believes the situation is "unacceptable."

It’s offered to work with European football's governing body to help find more suitable venues in the future.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

The family of a woman who was murdered in Thornton Heath are calling for a full inquest into her death

33 year old Emma Day was killed by her ex-boyfriend Mark Morris in 2017, following a row about childcare payments.

Now, her sister Lorna McNamara has launched a crowdfunding campaign to cover the legal costs involved in campaigning.

She says she wants “accountability and transparency” from the agencies involved, particularly the Child Maintenance Service.

A DWP spokesperson said:

"Our thoughts are with Ms Day's friends and family.

“The Child Maintenance Service takes the safety of its clients very seriously.

We have updated our processes and delivered additional training to staff to mitigate risks to people who are experiencing domestic violence when we are progressing their child maintenance cases.

We will continue to review and update our processes and training in line with best practices.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

Kingston has officially installed its 184th Mayor

Margaret Thompson has been a resident since 1985.

She qualified as a paediatric nurse, and was the borough’s first specialist for looked-after children.

At her swearing in, Mayor Thompson spoke about how people in the borough reacted to the sudden death of her brother at a young age.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

The world's first drugs aimed at stopping cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment could be available in the next decade

The Institute for Cancer Research says it could help patients live longer - and also have a better quality of life.

It's investing 75 million pounds in a new centre at its campus in Sutton which will see 300 scientists working on the project.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Offender supervision in England and Wales is to be renationalised, five years after a controversial part-privatisation

It was introduced by Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling in 2014 during his time as Justice Secretary.

Contracts with external providers to look after medium and low risk individuals will end in December 2020, after inspectors described the system as "irredeemably flawed".

Justice Secretary, David Gauke, says it hasn't worked as well as it should do.

Labour says ministers have been forced to accept the system is "broken".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 am  

A Miss Universe Great Britain finalist says gender equality was the main motivation for her taking part in the beauty pageant

Lauren Fox is an ambassador for the “HeForShe” campaign which focuses on equality for both men and women.

The model from Epsom says she hopes the pageant will eventually lead to her making a change on a bigger scale.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

People’s Trust for Endangered Species and Royal Holloway University in Egham have joined forces

They’ve launched a new public survey in order to conserve the threatened Noble Chafer Beetle.

The survey needs volunteers to look out for the bugs over a two-week period in June, to find out where they are still living in the UK.

Noble Chafers are threatened with the loss of their primary habitat; the deadwood at the heart of old, decaying trees.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Heathrow consultation on expansion will not stop campaigners

“News that Heathrow is to further consult on its third runway plans will not stop campaigners from pushing to block the plans.”

That’s the message from anti-expansion campaign group No 3rd Runway Coalition.

The airport’s launching a statutory consultation next month as part of its hope to obtain a development consent order.

A recent High Court judgment ruled objections to the plans should be raised at the detailed planning stage and not at the earlier stage.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:10 am  

Wandsworth Council's fraud team win award

Wandsworth Council’s fraud team has been handed an award.

The South West London Fraud Partnership has been honoured at the Local Government Fraud Awards.

It won the accolade for Outstanding Fraud Detection or Investigation.

It was given to the team in recognition of its work tackling misuse of Blue Badges.

These parking permits are given to people with disabilities so that they can travel around more easily.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 am  

Thousand homes to be built near Wandsworth Town rail station

Legal & General will build 1,000 homes near Wandsworth Town rail station, solely for renting.

It’s their biggest build-to-rent deal ever.

It will include 35% affordable housing, and commercial space for shops or gyms.

It’s due to be completed by 2023
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 am  

Supervision of offenders in England and Wales to be back under State Control

The supervision of all offenders in England and Wales is going to be brought back under government control.

It comes following failures with part privatisation of the system that was introduced five years ago by the ex-minister for justice,

the MP for Epsom sand Ewell Chris Grayling.

The National Probation Service will take over cases from December 2020

A recent inspection found thousands of offenders were being managed only by a brief phone call once every six weeks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 am  

Catering company is making profits which includes Wimbledon Tennis

The world's biggest catering company says profits for the year will be better than expected thanks to strong trading in the US.

Compass Group, whose clients include the Ministry of Defence, Google and the All-England Tennis Club, reported a 5.8% rise in operating profits.

This includes the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championship fortnight which is due to take place from the 1st of July.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:46 am  

Section 60 Stop and Search in Tooting

A section 60 stop and search order has been put in place in Tooting.

It also covers Graveney, Earlsfield and Wandsworth Common.

The order, which ends at 4am, means officers can search anyone they have good reason to believe might be carrying a weapon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 am  

Changes are coming to bus routes after closure of Hammersmith Bridge

Transport for London says it’s set to make changes to improve bus routes following the closure of Hammersmith Bridge.

A new route is also being introduced which will run between Barnes and Hammersmith via Chiswick Bridge.

TFL have also called for a more frequent service of the 265 to run between Roehampton and Putney Bridge station.

They say the improvements are designed to enhance direct links between Roehampton, Mortlake, Barnes and the Tube network at Putney Bridge.

The changes will start from Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:31 am  

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