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Friday, 24 December 2010

Man proposes at Peter Pan panto in Wimbledon

A brave audience member proposed to his girlfriend at last night’s performance of Peter Pan at the New Wimbledon Theatre.

Staff allowed Ian Brodigan to pop the question during a scene where Captain Hook’s pirates read out birthday messages.

He went down on one knee on stage and was delighted that his girlfriend Angela accepted.

David Hasselhoff, who is performing in the pantomime, congratulated the pair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

Woking man convicted of drug offences
A Woking man has been found guilty of various class A drug offences including charges of possession with intent to supply.

62-year-old Michael Soane was sentenced to two and a half years imprisonment at Guildford Crown court yesterday.

He was found to have an inhaler with heroin inside on his person around a month after his initial arrest.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

Boxing Day races switched to Monday
The Boxing Day King George VI and Christmas Hurdle races at Kempton Park have been switched to Monday.

The decision was made due to frost and low temperatures.

The meeting on Monday is subject to an official inspection at 2 pm on Boxing Day.

BBC Sports Personality of the Year Tony McCoy will be riding Kauto Star – who is on for a record-breaking fifth successive win in the King George chase.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

Ed Davey on undercover reporters' recent work
Kingston MP Ed Davey has hit out at the tactics used by undercover reporters on Lib Dems recently.

He was one of those caught out earlier in the week by the journalists who posed as constituents at surgery meetings.

Davey was captured saying he was gobsmacked by the coaltion's policy to cut child benefit.

He says it won't affect the way he works in the future:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Murder investigation in Hayes
A murder investigation is underway in Hayes.

A man in his thirties was found with multiple gunshot wounds in his chest in Marvell Avenue in the early hours of this morning.

His identity isn't being released until next of kin have been informed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:16 pm  

Dog savages woman in Wallington
A woman has died after being savaged by a dog.

The victim, who was in her 40s, suffered multiple injuries during the attack at a property in Demesne Road.

Scotland Yard says the dog - a Belgian mastiff - was shot dead by police at the building yesterday evening.


A post-mortem examination is being arranged and next of kin have yet to be informed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 am  

Thursday, 23 December 2010

Trinity Hospice raises of £50,000
A hospice serving much of South West London and North Surrey has raised over £50,000 in donations after a recent event.

Trinity Hospice held their Light Up A Life Appeal which included a carol service and readings by BBC newsreader Huw Edwards.

The lights of their 40 foot Christmas tree were also switched on.

Donations to the hospice, which serves ¾ of a million people, can be made at www.trinityhospice.org.uk/events.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

Surrey Police discover motoring offences
Surrey Police discovered a number motoring offences after leading a recent operation into anti-social driving.

More than fifty officers were posted across the county as part of the Drive Smart Campaign.

They mainly dealt with speeding offences, drivers using a mobile phone and people not wearing their seat belts.

The officers discussed the offenders’ dangerous driving with them.

Three vehicles were seized for not having valid insurance, and one was decided to be too unsafe for the road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:46 pm  

Horsell man is given an ASBO
A 20-year-old man from Horsell has been given an ASBO.

Luke Goddings was given the order after a string of charges including assault and theft.

Under the terms of his ASBO, he is not allowed behave in a threatening manner or consumer alcohol in any public place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Fulham to sign David Bentley
Fulham have emerged as favourites to sign Tottenham’s David Bentley.

The Spurs midfielder has barely played this season and has struggled to get into their first team.

The 26-year-old is keen to work with Mark Hughes again after their time together at Blackburn.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:40 pm  

Brentford set to play Yeovil Town
Brentford play Yeovil Town away on Boxing Day but the game could be postponed.

Yeovil Town have announced they will be holding a pitch inspection tomorrow lunchtime.

Their ground has been affected by the recent bad weather.

The Bees are currently mid-table in League One.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:38 pm  

Reigate and Banstead Council give boost to voluntary organisations
Reigate and Banstead Council is to give a £388, 000 pound boost to 14 voluntary organisations.

This comes as funding from grant sources has reduced in recent times.

The area’s District Citizens Advice Bureau will get the most, receiving £110, 000.

Other organisations benefiting include Age Concern Banstead and Women’s Aid in the locality.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:37 pm  

Parking permit price to increase
The price of residents’ parking permits and on-street parking tickets is set to go up, according to the Evening Standard Newspaper.

It comes as London’s councils face £70 million shortfall to fund road repairs.

Jackie’s Robert Romans has more.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

NHS Direct denies service is breaking down
NHS Direct is denying the service is at breaking point, but admit they are struggling with unexpectedly high demand.

Calls to the health service hotline rose by half last weekend.

Bosses say the most urgent calls are being dealt with in under 20 minutes.

NHS Direct Chief Executive Nick Chapman gave his reason for the increase.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

Surbiton company throws virtual Christmas party
A company in Surbiton has thrown a 3D virtual Christmas party for sufferers of Autistic Spectrum Condition.

Hao2.eu aims to improve their confidence and life skills.

The organisers sang and composed their own version of Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer at the bash.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm  

Boris Johnson gives go ahead to redevelop Battersea Power Station
Boris Johnson has given the final go ahead to plans to redevelop Battersea Power Station.

£5.5 billion pounds is to be spent on shops, office space and leisure equipment, as well as two stations on the Northern Line.

25, 000 jobs and 16, 000 homes are expected to come out of the renovation.

The iconic building’s chimneys will be rebuilt, and it is hoped it will generate green energy in the future.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm  

John Terry express his concern for Chelsea
John Terry believes Chelsea’s squad isn’t as strong this season.

The blues have gone 5 league games without a win in a campaign where key players have been injured.

He says previous squads were bigger and were easier to rotate but that its time they stuck together and got through it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

Police appeal after woman is assaulted in Wandsworth
Police are making an appeal after a woman was assaulted in Wandsworth.

The victim, a 26-year-old female was walking through Tooting Bec Common on Monday afternoon.

She was then grabbed and threatened with a knife.

The male suspect is described as white with an Eastern European accent, aged 25-35 and of slim build.

He was also wearing a cream coat and black gloves.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:53 pm  

Officer injured in Ealing is released from hospital
An officer injured in a stabbing in Ealing last Thursday has been released from hospital.

Paul Madden was slashed across the neck by a suspect in an alleged altercation over a bus ticket.

He will continue to receive treatment but is expected to make a full recovery.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Sutton prepares for float battle
Sutton is set to do battle with 19 other boroughs in the London Mayor’s New Years Day Parade.

The parade, now in its 25th year, takes place in central London on 1 January and is expected to pull in crowds of over half a million people.

At its heart is the 'Let's Help London Challenge', a competition in which London boroughs fight it out to enter the best float and win the prize pot of £40,000 for charity.

Sutton Carer’s Centre, who are the Mayor’s chosen charity this year, is putting together this year’s float entry under the theme 'All things silver’. Sutton’s young carers have worked with Hafez Persian Language School and Riverside Community Centre to create a spectacular float based around the popular Arabian Nights tale Aladdin.

The Parade has a new route this year and will go from the Ritz Hotel to Parliament Square, passing landmarks like Trafalgar Square and Downing Street. Sutton last won first prize in 2001.

For more information about the Parade, visit londonparade.co.uk. For further information about Sutton Carer’s Centre, visit http://www.carers.org.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:49 pm  

Sutton and Merton residents urged to take up flu jab invitation
The number of cases of flu has risen in recent weeks, which is usual for this time of year. Anyone can get flu, but it can be more serious for:

· people aged 65 or over

· people of any age with a serious medical condition

· pregnant women at any stage of their pregnancy


If you are in one of these groups, you're more vulnerable to the effects of flu (even if you're fit and healthy) and could develop more serious illnesses, such as bronchitis and pneumonia, which could result in hospitalisation. Flu can also make existing medical conditions worse which is why these groups are offered the flu jab.

Pregnant women are being offered the vaccine because the swine flu virus will still be circulating this winter and pregnant women who catch this strain are at an increased risk of severe disease and flu-related hospital admissions.

It is very important for people who are at risk to have their free seasonal flu jab every year.

GPs may also advise patients to have the flu jab if they are the main carer of an older or disabled person.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:46 pm  

Lib Dems reveal mistrust of the PM and Chancellor
Pressure is mounting on the coalition after senior Lib Dems revealed mistrust of the PM and Chancellor.

They were caught by undercover reporters working for the Daily Telegraph.

MP for Sutton & Cheam Paul Burstow was recorded saying “not to trust the PM”.

Representative Jon Craig says Mr Burstow has defended the comments.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

Thieves target cars in cold weather
Opportunist thieves are braving the cold and targeting cars which have been abandoned in the freak weather.

Christmas presents, Sat Navs and CD's were among the items stolen from vehicles in Banstead and Reigate.

Surrey Police are urging drivers, to take their valuables with them, should they be unable to complete their journey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 am  

Operation Holly in Sutton proving successful
Operation Holly was in force at Sutton train station this week.

Police made 2 arrests, issued cannabis warnings and carried out 12 stop and searches on Tuesday afternoon.

A man aged 38 was arrested for failing to appear in court and for possession of cannabis.

Another man, aged 20 was also arrested for possession of the drug.

The operation runs for 2 months into the New Year at the station which is a main access point for Sutton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

Sarah Wilton joins St Georges Healthcare Trust
A new addition has been welcomed to St George’s Healthcare Trust.

Sarah Wilton will join the Wandsworth site in January as Associate Non Executive Director.

She oversaw the recent integration of community services with the trust.

Sarah brings vast experience to the role having delivered major restructuring changes at Blue Chip companies across the UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 am  

Online dating scam hits Horley
Officers are warning people, after a woman in Horley almost fell victim to an online dating scam.

The female, in her 40s began chatting to a man claiming to be in the US Army.

The suspect said he could only text as calls were not allowed from his army base and asked her to top up his phone.

He then said he wanted to visit her for Christmas but she had to fill a release form costing £300, which she refused.

Police are advising not to release money to anyone they don’t know or who can’t be trusted online.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

Benhill residents celebrate a year of success
Benhill Residents have been celebrating a year of success.

Their community spirit was commended after they sang Carols on their estate and held a nativity play.

Children also created an eco friendly Christmas tree made entirely from their own painted handprints.

The community helped clear snowfall last week to help Sutton Housing caretaking staff distribute grit.

You can see Benhills’ hand print Christmas tree in the reception area at Sutton Housing Partnership’s offices in Sutton Gate.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

Tony McCoy to ride Kauto Star at Kempton Park
Champion jockey and Sports personality of the Year Tony McCoy will ride Kauto Star in the King George the sixth Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day.

Kauto Star is going for a record fifth win in the race.

It will be the first time that McCoy has ridden the famous horse in a race.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Kingston's MP also faces questions

The Deputy Prime Minister has been trying to ease fears about cracks appearing in the coalition government.

After Vince Cable told undercover reporters he'd "bring the government down" if he was pushed too far - three more Lib Dems have been taped criticising coalition policy.

The Business Minister Ed Davey was one of them - and he was reluctant to elaborate as he left his home in Surbiton earlier.


Mr Davey told two reporters from the Telegraph posing as constituents, that many cuts were unsupportable.

To read the article in full, click here

Ed Davey is pictured above with Jackie presenter Chris Wood, at the Madingley Tower Block fundraising event in September.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 pm  

Mayor's Christmas gift
Boris Johnson says his scrapping of the Western Extension Zone of the congestion charge is his Christmas present to west Londoners.

The final day of charging in the zone is Friday - leaving thousands of motorists able to drive into the area for free.

At Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepherds Bush, the mayor briefly met Father Christmas outside Santa's Grotto and asked if he'd paid the C-charge on his sleigh.

Santa replied: "I've got a complete exemption for the whole universe."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:50 pm  

Twickenham MP gets a warning

The Prime Minister believes he made the right decision over the way he dealt with Vince Cable.

The Business Secretary got himself into trouble for telling undercover reporters he'd "declared war on Rupert Murdoch".

As a result, Mr Cable will no longer have anything to do with Mr Murdoch's proposed take-over of BSkyB.

David Cameron says the matter has now been dealt with.


Mr Cable, pictured above at the Richmond Park rally in January.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:48 pm  

Goodwill gesture from Heathrow boss
Heathrow's Chief Executive has decided to forego his annual bonus because of the snow delays at the airport.

Colin Matthews' has admitted responsibility for the unacceptable conditions faced by thousands of air passengers stuck at terminals over the last few days.

Gatwick Airport also suffered delays and cancellations, but has faired much better.

The airport's boss Stewart Wingate says investment in new kit paid off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:46 pm  

Agreement reached in fire fighter dispute - but Battersea is a no go area
Firefighters in London have voted to accept new shift patterns, ending the threat of further strikes in the capital.

The Fire Brigades Union says a sensible compromise has been achieved

The firefighters have agreed to accept new times of 10-and-a-half hour day shifts and 13-and-a-half hour night shifts.

Despite this, it's been announced that Battersea fire station will be closed on Christmas Day after bosses ordered it off the 999 response run.

It's after striking fire fighters refused to carry out multiple duties.

However, the London Fire Authority maintains it has the right amount of cover over the Christmas period.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 pm  

All cylinders firing at Battersea
The go ahead for the restoration of one of the UK's most striking buildings has been given today by London Mayor Boris Johnson.

The 5 and a half billion pound redevelopment of the iconic Battersea Power Station will create 25-thousand jobs - and see the construction of 16-thousand homes.

The Grade Two listed building with distinctive chimneys, has been vacant since being decommissioned in 1983.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 pm  

Richmond Park MP will not face election probe
Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith will not face police questioning over allegations related to his election spending.

The Electroal Commission had said it was concerned about the way in which the millionaire MP's team filled out spending returns for his general election bid.

An investigation was launched after a report by Channel 4 News which looked in detail at the amount of money spent on items including leaflets, signs, and jackets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:31 pm  

Tuesday, 21 December 2010

A step closer for residents in New Malden
A group of residents in New Malden is one step further to putting a stop to a nearby school’s expansion plans.

The plan is to demolish Christ Church Juniors on Elm Road and build a new school on the site’s playing field.

However residents say this is too close to an existing school and both would end up using the same access routes.

They’ve launched a petition against the plans and are urging the council to look elsewhere to build another school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Thee teenagers appear at court in Kingston
Three teenagers have appeared in court charged with a brutal attack on a man in Kingston.

46 year old Anthony Laywood was left unable to speak after the assault outside the Oceana Nightclub on October 16th.

Jordan Harris from Chessington, David MacDonald from Epsom and another teenager who can’t be named deny the charge.

McDonald has been remanded in custody while the other two have been bailed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

Jobs axed at Epsom and Ewell Council
A number of jobs are to go at Epsom and Ewell Council.

It’s after the Government announced the authority’s budget for next year is to be slashed by over 16 percent.

That means a loss of over 900 thousand pounds.

A staff consultation will take place in the new year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

No charges over the death of a barrister in Chelsea
No one will be charged over the death of barrister Mark Saunders at the hands of police marksmen.

An inquest jury ruled earlier this year that Scotland Yard firearms officers acted lawfully when they killed the 32-year-old during an armed siege at his home in Chelsea.

Crown Prosecution Service lawyers have been reviewing proceedings - and say they've found no new evidence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

Fire crews battle blaze in Tolworth
Fire crews battled a blaze in Tolworth this morning, just roads away from the scene of a similar fire in October.

Crews were called to Tolworth Rise North just before 8 o’clock this morning.

A family of four was evacuated and the cause of the blaze is under investigation.

A chandelier manufacturer’s garage in Barnsbury Crescent went up in flames in October, closing the A3 for over 2 hours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:52 pm  

Police carry out raids in South West London
Police raids across the Capital this morning have led to a number of arrests in South West London.

10 addresses were searched relating to letterbox car thefts thought to be worth over 2 million pounds.

A gang operating across Kingston, Sutton, Wandsworth and Croydon –

made off with cars by hooking the keys through the front door with fishing rods.

A number of people including four teenagers from Kingston were arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Surrey County Council leader makes a pledge
Surrey County Council leader has pledged £200,00 to his local community.

Dr Andrew Povey made the announcement at a meeting for community groups across the area.

The Leaders opportunity Fund was launched to help schemes in less well off parts of the county.

Englefield Village centre in Egham was handed £15,000, whilst the partnership for the regeneration of Old Woking got £36,000.

Other beneficiaries include Leatherhead youth project and Haslemere Young Parents Association.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:58 am  

Boris Johnson's tweet goes down the tube
Boris Johnson’s recent tweet has gone down the tube.

The London Mayor posted that London transport was running well on his twitter account on Saturday.

However, only 4 of the thirteen lines on the underground were running normally that afternoon.

Val Shawcross, Ken Livingstone’s running mate for the next mayoral election says he needs to “get a grip.”

She says London had to be kept on the move and didn’t need delusional pronouncements from Mr. Johnson.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

Mark Hughes job under threat?
Mark Hughes’ job at Fulham is under threat.

He was given a vote of confidence only last week but that seems to no longer be the case.

The 47-year-old apparently needs to win at West Ham on Boxing Day to save his job.

Martin Jol may be in line to replace him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Passengers spend another night at the airport terminals
Hundreds of passengers have spent another night in airport terminals, as the severe weather threatens to ruin Christmas travel plans.

Airlines are struggling to reschedule flights, and asking people to contact them before setting out.

Only 1 of Heathrow’s 2 runways is open.

Gatwick IS open with some delays

Travellers are advised to check before they travel.

Reporter Rhiannon Mills is at Heathrow, where ice, rather than snow, is causing severe problems.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 am  

Extra Christmas cheer in Sutton
Big Hearted Sutton residents have brought extra Christmas cheer to dozens of children.

New and unused toys have been donated to Kid Stop, a service for the parents of young children in Surrey.

The toys are re-sold at an affordable price so families of all incomes can treat their kids.

Any money made is used to provide support services for parents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:39 am  

Sutton council warns about loan sharks
Residents are warned about loan sharks baring their teeth over Christmas.

Unlicensed money lenders often take advantage of the festive period to give loans to people who desperately need them.

Sutton Council says some people are tempted to accept astronomical levels of interest to fund a Christmas to remember.

Evidence shows loan sharks can charge rates on average of 825 percent.

Investigators, backed by the council are providing support and advice to victims 24 hours a day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 am  

Smokers get help In Richmond and Twickenham
If your new resolution is to stop smoking in the new year, help is on the way.

Richmond and Twickenham PCT will be out in force from next Monday telling you exactly how to quit.

It’s the first time they’ve taken to the streets to promote the campaign.

Tobacco Control Programme Manager Mervyn Mensah tells us how they’ll do it:
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:29 am  

St Peters speeds up prescriptions
A hospital's pharmacy is speeding up the time it takes patients to receive their prescribed medicines.

Patients at Ashford and St Peter's can call a dedicated hotline for a number for queries relating to their medication.

A prescription tracker also allows staff to ensure prescriptions are completed within the target time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

Police raid a house in Walton
Police have closed down a suspected crack house in Walton which they say was being used to produce or supply Class A drugs.

The closure of 27 Vicarage Fields was granted by North Surrey Magistrates Court, and will remain in place for three months.

The closure order was granted under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:27 am  

Landlord from South Norwood fined
A landlord from South Norwood has been fined after dumping waste on a street in Sutton.

Paul Fabre was prosecuted after rubbish including a 3 piece suite, wardrobes, cushions and a vacuum cleaner were dumped in Claydon Drive.

He was fined 460 pounds and ordered to pay costs
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:19 am  

Air hostess jailed for drug offences
A court’s heard how an air hostess breezed past security at Heathrow with 250 thousand pounds worth of cocaine on her.

27 year old Mandeep Shahi managed to deliver the haul to a friend in a hotel in Regents Park in March.

She was only caught out after she passed her Air Canada holdall to a minicab driver who was arrested during a routine inspection.

Shahi was jailed for 8 years and wept as the judge handed down the sentence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

Police investigate robbery in Woking
A 12 year old boy has been robbed in the street in Woking.

The child was approached by a man who claimed he had a knife at around 8 o’clock on Thursday night.

The youngster was walking along Maybury Road with a 15 year old boy when they were approached by the asian suspect in his late teens.

The 12 year old handed over his phone and headphones.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

Weybridge MP defends his plans
The transport Secretary has defended plans to build a high speed rail link between London and Birmingham.

Weybridge MP Philip Hammond maintains it’s a strategic investment in Britain’s future.

The HS2 link will allow trains to travel at more than 200 miles per hour cutting journey times by as much as half an hour.

Opponents say parts of the countryside including Chiltern Hills will be ruined.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Cash boost for Wandle Park
Wandle Park in Croydon has been handed two million pounds of lottery funding.

It’s so the area’s Victorian Character can be restored.

The money will be used to raise the water level. It’s the first time this has been done in 40 years.

Work is due to be completed in 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Police make new appeals in Croydon
Police are making fresh appeals one week on from a murder in Croydon.

24 year old Danny Gough was stabbed to death at his flat in Stockbury Road on the morning in the early hours of Tuesday.

It’s believed three men broke into the house and carried out the fatal attack.

One man arrested last week has been bailed until February.

Police officers will be out in Stockbury road tonight from 9.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Ealing policeman will make full recovery
A probationary officer whose neck was slashed by a man with a craft knife in Ealing WILL make a "full recovery".

PC Paul Madden and PCSO Piotr Dolata were checking bus fares when they were attacked last week.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman says Mr Madden, who suffered serious injuries to his neck, is recovering well.

A 30-year old man is charged with two counts of attempted murder and attacking a third officer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:01 am  

Rogue trader ordered to pay money back
A predatory rogue trader jailed for more than 5 years for conning almost 150 thousand pounds from elderly victims has been given an ultimatum.

44 year old Mark Cooper from Dunsfold targetted vulnerable people by cold calling at their homes claiming they needed repairs.

In one case he took 59 thousand pounds from an 88 year old woman in Chobham despite only carrying out 3 thousand pounds worth of work.

He's now been ordered to repay some of the cash back or face more time in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:59 am  

Champion faces 13 rivals at Kempton
Kauto star will face 13 rivals in the William Hill King George V1 chase at Kempton Park today.

He's aiming for a fifth success in the race after equalling Desert Orchid's total of 4 victories in the 3 mile race a year ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:58 am  

Surrey wont share its fire control centre
A multi-million-pound scheme to replace 46 fire control centres in England with nine regional sites will be axed.

The Firecontrol project has suffered a series of delays and increased costs since it was announced several years ago.

The Fire Brigades Union welcomed the decision as "long overdue".

Surrey could have shared an HQ with Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and 4 others.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:55 am  

Police in Kingston find missing man
Police have tracked down a Kingston man reported as missing on Sunday afternoon.

69-year-old Herbert Phillips has been identified as a patient at a hospital in Surrey.

He was admitted there after being found in a confused state.

He is safe and well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:52 am  

New Survey from Richmond Council
Richmond Council has published feedback on its latest survey on Adult Social Care.

The results of the consultation indicate over half of those responded understood why the council was proposing changes.

There was concern however as to how any modifications would impact the most vulnerable - in particular those with dementia.

Over 300 people completed the survey and many have commented on the future of Tangley Hall in Hampton.

A final decision will be made on January 24th
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:51 am  

Councillor given eviction notice
A Councillor’s been given an eviction notice on his birthday – and just in time for Christmas.

Jackie Whitcombe who was 53 yesterday, is a Hammersmith and Fulham Council employee and was told to leave by January.

Since The Conservatives took over the borough last year, the grounds maintenance on the property has been outsourced.

The home is part of Mr Whitcombe’s remuneration package.

The notice is being challenged and put on hold to limit his family’s stress and until the legal situation is clarified.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:49 am  

A first for a pub in Long Ditton
A Pub in Long Ditton has been forced to publicly display its license.

The Ditton, in Ditton Hill Road is the first that has to show its trading conditions on the outside - anywhere in the UK.

The move was down to residents who objected the decision to have increased hours of music on the premises.

People can now easily check if the pub is operating within its conditions and to contact the council with any concerns.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:47 am  

Epson and St Helier good at recycling
Epsom and St Helier Trust is wasting its food – in the right way.

Since August, they’ve recycled over 12 tonnes of waste back into the earth.

Food leaves the hospital, it arrives at the recycling centre, broken down and then spread across crop fields within 72 hours.

The trust says it’s a remarkable achievement and goes a long way in cutting their carbon footprint.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 am  

Missing man in Kingston found
A man who went missing in Kingston has been found safe and well.

Herbert Phillips was reported missing from his home on Sunday afternoon.

He was found in a confused state and was a patient at a local hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

Warnock looks for a new striker
Neil Warnock is looking to sign Chesterfield’s Craig Davies.

The prolific marksman has hit 14 goals this season.

Warnock is poised to reinforce in January as he tries to get back to the winning ways, which saw them top the league.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 am  

Monday, 20 December 2010

SPECIAL TIMETABLE TO RUN ON SOUTH WEST TRAINS ON TUESDAY 21 DECEMBER
· Service based on latest forecast of continuing freezing temperatures and current availability of track infrastructure
· Contingency timetable aims to keep trains running as reliably as possible
· Priority work planned in partnership with Network Rail to try to re-open Chessington, Shepperton and Hampton Court branch line infrastructure as soon as possible
· Staff working round the clock to return service to normal

South West Trains is advising passengers that a revised train service is planned for Tuesday 21 December as a result of the continuing severe weather conditions and their impact on the availability of infrastructure on parts of the South West Trains network.

The Met Office has warned of further freezing temperatures, sleet and ice across the South West Trains area tonight and into tomorrow. Network Rail will be operating their anti-icing trains during the night, and South West Trains will be running ghost trains to help keep the network clear of ice on the conductor rail.

The special timetable has operated well so far today, making effective use of resources to provide customers with as high a level of train reliability possible and increased certainty over their journeys.

As a priority, South West Trains is working with Network Rail on plans to try to re-open the Chessington, Shepperton and Hampton Court branch lines if conditions permit tomorrow. South West Trains will continue to monitor the weather, and may run additional services over and above those shown in the special timetable if the infrastructure becomes available. Any additional services will be advertised on the South West Trains website on Tuesday as they become available.

The continuing advice to passengers is to check for updates in advance of travel and allow extra time to complete their journeys.

Andy Pitt, Managing Director for South West Trains, said: “We are working very hard with Network Rail to get services to customers back to normal as soon as we possibly can and we would like to thank them for their continuing patience. However, the sub-zero temperatures and icy conditions in southern England are continuing to affect our network and we have taken the decision to run a special timetable on Tuesday 21 December.

“We want to give our passengers certainty in terms of when and how they are going to get to their destination, and to ensure our trains and crews are best placed to deliver a reliable timetable. These contingency arrangements have generally worked very well today. While the special timetable is in place, we are working very hard in partnership with our infrastructure provider Network Rail to keep routes clear of snow and ice. In particular, our priority is to try to re-open a number of branch lines and restore trains services to our customers in those areas.

"We understand the impact that running a special timetable has on our passengers and would like to thank them for their ongoing patience, and apologise for the inconvenience caused during these difficult conditions. We are determined to return to our normal timetable, and our staff will continue to work hard right through the night to achieve this as soon as we can."

A full update will be provided on Tuesday.

Summary of services planned for Tuesday 21 December

Revised timetables, which are available online at www.southwesttrains.co.uk, will be in operation for the following routes and services:

· London Waterloo to Bournemouth and Weymouth
· London Waterloo to Alton and Basingstoke (stopping service)
· Fast trains London Waterloo to Woking, Guildford and Basingstoke
· London Waterloo to Salisbury, Yeovil and Exeter
· Southampton to Salisbury and Portsmouth
· London Waterloo to Haslemere and Portsmouth
· London Waterloo to Epsom and Dorking
· Stopping services to Woking, Guildford and Kingston via Wimbledon
· London Waterloo to Reading and Kingston via Richmond
· London Waterloo to Windsor via Hounslow

Full details on service frequencies are available on the South West Trains website. Customers should note that these timetables are for South West Trains services only.

The following routes will have no service on Tuesday 21 December.
However, we may be able to restore some shuttle services on some of these routes as the day progresses and infrastructure becomes available, in which case details will appear on the South West Trains website:

· Ascot to Ash Vale
· Aldershot to Guildford
· Chessington branch
· Hampton Court branch
· Leatherhead to Effingham Junction
· Shepperton branch
· Virginia Water to Weybridge

A network map detailing the stations South West Trains expects to provide a train service is available online at www.southwesttrains.co.uk.

Passenger information

Passengers are advised to check for up-to-date travel information and leave additional time for their journeys.
· Check the South West Trains Website at www.southwesttrains.co.uk which provides service updates
· Visit the National Rail Enquiries (NRE) website at www.nationalrail.co.uk which includes all information about current disruption (www.nationalrail.co.uk/status), live departure boards of train services and journey planners
· National Rail Enquiries (NRE) has set up a dedicated phone hotline to provide passengers with up to date information about disruption caused by snow. The number is 08453 017641 and allows passengers to hear recorded information about the train company they travel with
· Subscribe to NRE Twitter updates at @nationalrailenq

Further information about the measures South West Trains is taking to keep trains running during severe weather, including the impact of snow and ice, is available at http://www.southwesttrains.co.uk/Winter-disruption-factfile.aspx
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

STATEMENT FROM TRANSPORT SECRETARY PHILIP HAMMOND
The MP for Weybridge has made a statement regarding flights after today's weather forecast.

"This morning I have spoken to Willie Walsh from BA and Colin Matthews of BAA for an update on the situation at Heathrow. I have agreed with BAA a relaxation of restrictions on night flights for the next four days.

"This means that operating hours will be permitted to continue until 1am and arrivals for repatriation flights will be allowed throughout the night. Nonetheless, the reality is that, with further severe weather forecast, Heathrow is likely to be operating at reduced capacity for the next few days and passengers need to recognise it may not be possible to reach their planned destinations this week.

"I will shortly be chairing another routine cross-government meeting and I will make a statement to the house later today."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

CCTV images released in Hampton Court attack


Police release CCTV images following a serious assault outside Hampton Court railway station

Detectives in Elmbridge have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to following a serious assault outside Hampton Court railway station.

The attack took place between 1.30am and 2am on Sunday, 12 December.

The victim, a 49-year-old man from Sunbury-on-Thames, had been in a taxi with three friends who were dropped off in Park Road, Teddington. Three unknown young men then asked to share the taxi and got in.

Once the cab arrived at the station concourse there was a dispute over the fare during which a bottle was smashed over the victim’s head.

He was taken to Kingston Hospital where he was treated for serious facial injuries and has since been released.

The three men are described as being aged between 16 and 20 and were all of slim build. Two were white while the other was of mixed race.

Police have now released CCTV stills of two men seen in the area a short time after the incident.

Officers believe these men may be able to provide vital information to assist this ongoing investigation.

Anyone who recognises the men shown in the CCTV images or with any information on the assault should call Surrey Police on 0845 125 2222, quoting reference EL/10/9902, or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Call 0845 125 2222 for all non-emergency policing matters.
Call 999 if you have a genuine emergency requiring the attendance of the police (eg a crime is in progress or someone is in immediate danger).
Call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you have information about crime and don't want to leave your name.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Severe weather forces school closures in Surrey
The severe weather has led to a number of school closures in Surrey today.

The Philip Southcote School in Addlestone and the Priory School in Dorking will both be closed today and tomorrow.

While Bell Farm Juniors in Hersham is closed today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 am  

School Closures for Tuesday 21st December
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 am  

Sunday, 19 December 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Stella you're hired . . . Lord Sugar hires his apprentice
Those are the magic words Apprentice finalists Stella English and Chris Bates have fought tooth and nail to hear from Lord Sugar.

In the last few minutes, Stella English has won a year long contract to work with him worth £100,000,000.

23 year old Chris from Epsom, managed to fight off criticism he was too wooden but in the end, it was 30 year old Stella from Thamesmead who was crowned The Apprentice.

The pair were reunited with past contestants to create a drink suitable for the over 25s. Stella's modern take on Bourbon, Urbon, proved a hit with the judges.

Michelle Dewberry won the contest a couple of years ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 pm  

More travel chaos looms at Heathrow
The travel chaos caused by the winter weather is expected to continue for days.

Heathrow airport's confirmed there will be further cancellations tomorrow after only a handful of flights departed today.

Virgin says it could be another 48 hours until their schedule returns to normal.

Stay tuned to Jackie for your up to the minute travel reports.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 pm  

Kingston's MP discovers a loophole
Buckingham Palace is being assured that the Queen's head will remain on postage stamps, even if Royal Mail is sold to a foreign firm.

The Government pledge comes after the business and postal affairs minister and Kingston MP Ed Davey discovered a loophole which could allow new owners to drop the iconic mark.

He's in talks with the palace to guarantee the stamp's future after privitisation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 pm  

Epsom and St. Helier hospitals appeal for more blood donors
Epsom and St. Helier NHS Trust urgently need blood donors.

A senior doctor at the hospital has made the appeal.

It has been confirmed that supplies are running low.

There is normally a rise in the demand for blood supplies during the festive period.

To find out how you can help, visit www.blood.co.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

Kingston MP Ed Davey helps to retain the Queen's head on postage stamps
Buckingham Palace is being assured that the Queen's head will remain on postage stamps, even if Royal Mail is sold to a foreign firm.

The Government pledge comes after the business and postal affairs minister and Kingston MP Ed Davey discovered a loophole which could allow new owners to drop the iconic mark.

He's in talks with the palace to guarantee the stamp's future after privitisation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 am  

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