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Saturday, 19 January 2013

Football hit by heavy snow


A number of today's football matches involving teams from the south west have been called off due to the heavy snow.

Wimbledon’s game at Accrington Stanley and Kingstonian’s match at Kingsmeadow have been cancelled due to frozen pitches.

Crystal Palace’s pitch at Selhurst Park is covered; their game against Bolton is set to go ahead.

Third placed Brentford host leaders Tranmere in a top of League One clash at Griffin Park.

The club is appealing for volunteers to help clear the ground at 9 this morning.

Volunteers will be given a free match ticket.

Hampton and Richmond’s game at Whitehawk is also off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 am  

Calls for rethink on cuts to fire services

The leader of Lambeth Council is urging London Mayor Boris Johnson to rethink his plan to cut fire services in the capital.

A vote on the possible closure of 12 stations across London takes place on Monday.

Clapham station in Wandsworth is one of those under threat.

Councillor Lib Peck has written to the Mayor pointing to the vital role it played in Wednesday’s fatal helicopter crash in Vauxhall.

Among the other stations facing closure are Westminster and Knightsbridge in Kensington and Chelsea.

Over 5-hundred jobs are expected to go in the plan to save 45-million pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 am  

Friday, 18 January 2013

Claygate Man Jailed

A man from Claygate has been jailed for nine months after being found guilty of possessing and making indecent images of children.

Thirty two year old Sean Girdlestone from Telegraph Lane was arrested after police seized a laptop from his home in September 2010 and found numerous pornographic images featuring children.

He was sentenced at Guildford Crown Court yesterday.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 pm  

Richmond Park's MP creates buzz about bee decline


Richmond Park's MP Zac Goldsmith joined a giant bumble bee and campaigners from the environment charity Friends of the Earth on Tuesday to draw attention to the alarming decline in UK bee numbers.

He was one of more than 125 MPs to show their support for Britain’s threatened bees.

Last year Friends of the Earth launched its Bee Cause campaign, which has been backed by more than 80,000 people and calls for the Government to urgently to introduce a National Bee Action Plan aimed at saving our bees.

Bees are not only makers of honey, they are also crucial for pollinating crops and plants.

A sharp fall in their number in recent years has led to growing concerns about the impact this may have on our local environment, farmers and the economy.

A study last year found that if bees disappeared it would cost British farmers at least £1.8 billion a year to pollinate their crops by hand - which would cause food prices, such as fresh fruit and veg, to rocket.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

Chelsea Pub Saved

A huge campaign’s been instrumental in saving a Chelsea pub from redevelopment.

Residents including actor Hugh Grant and former footballer Sol Campbell were among more than 1-thousand people who signed a petition against developers turning the Phene Arms into 20-million pound home.

A government planning inspector’s upheld Kensington and Chelsea council’s original decision to throw out the application by developer Robert Bourne.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 am  

Dundonald Primary gets green light for expansion

Merton Council’s planning application committee has granted approval for the expansion of Dundonald Primary onto part of Dundonald Recreation Ground.

The decision was taken at a meeting last night.

However, in light of public opposition the proposals could still be halted by London Mayor Boris Johnson.

The Council must now consult the Mayor again, and he has 14 days to make a decision.

Under the plans the public will lose full or partial access to around 5 percent of the Rec.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 am  

Thursday, 17 January 2013

Doctors and nurses call for neighbourhood watch as cold spell looms

Doctors and nurses at Epsom, St Helier and Sutton hospitals are calling on local people to look out for elderly and vulnerable relatives and neighbours during the impending cold weather spell.

Every winter in the UK, there are more than 25,000 deaths linked to the cold weather, including older people who can find themselves increasingly vulnerable during wintery spells.

And as forecasters predict heavy snowfall and icy conditions over the next few days, staff from across our hospitals are urging people to look after one another.

Pippa Hart is the Trust’s Director of Nursing. She said: The cold weather that is coming in might have a huge impact on Sutton, Merton and Surrey.

Weather like this makes it far more difficult for people to get out and about and this is especially so for older and more vulnerable people.

I have no doubt that, like the last time we had a cold spell, we will see a significant increase in the number of people brought into our A&E departments because of injuries or illnesses brought on by the cold weather


Some tips for people to ‘keep warm, keep well’ include:
• On cold days try to avoid going outside and if you have to, remember to wrap up warm;
• Heat your home well. By setting your heating to the right temperature (between 18C to 21C or 64F to 70F) you can keep warm and minimise your bill;
• Make sure you eat well. Food is a vital source of energy which helps keep your body warm. Have hot meals and drinks throughout the day.

For more information about how to stay healthy this winter, visit their website: www.epsom-sthelier.nhs.uk/winter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:34 pm  

Trains update ahead of snow
South West Trains is already reducing services tomorrow – and we haven’t even seen any snow yet.

There will be no service between Virginia Water and Weybridge.

While reduced services will run between Motspur Park and Chessington and Strawberry Hill and Shepperton.

Stay tuned to Jackie throughout the period – we’ll keep you up to date with travel reports or @jackie_travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Tributes paid to Sutton man killed in Helicopter crash
The sister of a man killed after a helicopter crashed in London says he had a big heart and was looking forward to celebrating his 40th birthday.

39 year old Matthew Wood was walking to work when the aircraft hit a crane and plunged to the ground yesterday morning.

His sister Amanda says he'll be missed terribly.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Who inspires you, Sutton?





The people of Sutton are being asked to nominate their community hero.

The Community Leadership Awards are held every year and are an excellent opportunity to recognise and thank some of the borough's wonderful people.

Each of the five winners receives £100, and runners-up get a certificate at a ceremony held next month.

Sian Morten with Sutton Council, explains who they are looking for.



The deadline for nominations is January the 28th - so get moving!


Click here for more info
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

It's Madness in Esher

They performed from the roof of Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, played to a television of millions at the London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony and this summer they will be singing live from the stage of Esher's Sandown Park.

On the tour the band said, “A day at the races, British summer time, sounds suitably nutty to us!”

Winter 2012 saw the band complete their biggest tour to date, playing arenas all over the country, including two sell out nights at London’s O2 Arena.

Madness are Britain’s most successful chart band in music history, having had twenty-one top-twenty singles in a seven year period from ’78-’86, and many more since (over 30 in total), which include ‘It Must Be Love’, ‘Embarrassment’, ‘Baggy Trousers’, ‘My Girl’ and ‘One Step Beyond’. This was a great achievement and set the tone for almost three decades of complete Madness.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:20 pm  

Advice for shoppers in Kingston
Complain at the time.

That’s the new message from Trading Standards in Kingston if you have a problem in a shop, pub or bar.

One area of their work is monitoring weights and measurements.

Kingston’s trading standards manager is Alonso Ercilla:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Hospital staff face rise in physical assaults


New figures have revealed that reported assaults on doctors, nurses, midwives and other staff at Epsom, St Helier and Sutton hospitals have increased in the last year.

For the period April 1st 2011 to March 31st 2012 there were 117 recorded assaults across our hospitals, compared with 110 during the previous year.

The national data, which comes from NHS Protect (the organisation that works to identify and tackle crime across the health service) shows that for every thousand members of staff we have, 27 were assaulted during the year.

This compares to 26 for every thousand in 2010/11.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Richmond Child-Minding Service Launch

The Richmond Childminding Network is being launched today.

It’ll offer a high quality service and give the parents of 3 and 4 year olds the option of accessing the Nursery Education Grant.

The new system aims to be more flexible, localised and offer a more personal approach so parents can feel confident that the person looking after their child is well qualified, reliable and safe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:50 am  

New Ticket Machines At Clapham

South West Trains is investing £200,000 to install over a dozen new ticket machines in London.

This is part of the £50 million investment programme to improve train station facilities.

SWT says the machines will provide a quick and easy way for passengers to book their tickets in advance and collect them at the station.

New machines have now been installed at Waterloo and Clapham Junction.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Second Helicopter Victim From Sutton

The second person who died in this morning's helicopter crash in central London has been named as 39-year-old Matthew Wood from Sutton.

Pilot Pete Barnes also died and 12 others were injured, when the aircraft hit a crane in Vauxhall and came down onto a road during rush-hour.

Roads in the surrounding area remain closed as emergency services continue to work to secure the damaged crane.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

Vauxhall crash update
London Fire Brigade says its operation is now focused on making a tower crane safe - following a fatal helicopter crash this morning.

Pilot Pete Barnes was among two people who died when the aircraft spun out of control and clipped the crane on a tower block in Vauxhall.

Six people were injured and taken to hospital - and seven were treated at the scene.

The helicopter was on a scheduled flight from Redhill based firm Rotor Motion to Elstree, in Hertfordshire.

Bosses say they are devastated.

Mr Barnes, who had 25 years flying experience, had asked to divert due to bad weather.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Streatham Fire

There was a fire at a supermarket in Streatham on Tuesday.

The blaze at the site on the High Road broke out in an electrical plant room on the building’s roof.

Four fire engines and around 20 fire-fighters from West Norwood, Norbury and Tooting fire stations dealt with the incident.

The cause of the fire isn’t known.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 pm  

Helicopter crash Vauxhall update: two people killed
Photo courtesy of @EvaWiseman

A helicopter has crashed in South West London.

It's believed the Augusta 190 hit a crane near the River Thames at Vauxhall this morning - and burst into flames.

A dark plume of smoke is visible above the area.

It appears as if it crashed into a crane on a building site next to a disused petrol station at Nine Elms.

It is possible it could have been on its way to Battersea Helipad.

Fire and rescue services say they're taking lots of emergency calls from eyewitnesses.

It's believed there were no passengers on board, only the pilot. The emergency services are being praised for getting to the scene within five minutes of the accident.

Here's eyewitness Robert Oxley, talking about the helicopter crash to Sky's Eamonn Holmes.



TV producer James Old is nearby, and has a view of the building that was hit.



Here's another eyewitness, Sarah Beth Casey





Helicopter Crash Near Vauxhall Cross. www.CompleteCouriers.com


More on air and @jackie_travel / @radio_jackie
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

Man charged with spraying graffiti across Epsom

A 20-year-old man’s been charged after spraying graffiti tags across Ashtead and Epsom.

The incident took place last September when 38 tags were sprayed at different locations including the war memorial in Ashtead.

The damage was estimated at over 1-thousand-6-hundred pounds.

Felix Ray, from Epsom, has been charged with criminal damage and will appear at South East Surrey Magistrates Court on January 28th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 am  

Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Court Victory For Twickenham Woman

A British Airways employee has won a landmark legal victory over her right to wear a crucifix with her uniform.

Nadia Eweida from Twickenham took the airline to a tribunal when she was sent home for displaying a small cross on a chain around her neck.

Her claims of religious discrimination were rejected in the UK - but the European Court of Human Rights ruled in her favour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

Education Secretary sees the need for more schools in Kingston

Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston, arranged for Michael Gove, the Secretary of State for Education, to make a surprise visit to Coombe Girls' School on Friday.

Together with Councillor Andrea Craig, Zac Goldsmith, Nick Whitfield of Kingston Council, Headteacher Deborah Walls, Head Girl, Laura Timmins and Head Boy, Matt Britton, Mr Gove was given a tour of the School premises and facilities.

He paused to observe lessons in music and English, and asked students about their favourite novels and bands. He also fielded questions from politics students about his own background, education and career.

After the tour, Zac used the opportunity to address Mr Gove directly about the impending shortage of secondary school places in North Kingston.

In December, the Kingston Educational Trust submitted an application to open a new, non-selective Free School on the site of the North Kingston Centre in September 2014. Zac told Mr Gove that KET's application "perfectly encapsulates the local community's educational aspirations" and urged him to ensure that it is approved by the Department for Education.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:51 pm  

Tooting Missing Person

The Metropolitan Police is appealing for help in tracing a missing teenage boy from Tooting.

16 year old Mohammed Omar has been missing from his home since Sunday.

He is Somali with short black hair and was last seen wearing a red jacket and camouflage trousers.

Anyone with any information is being urged to contact the Police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 am  

Metal Recycling Call In Sutton

Sutton Council is one of four local authorities running a new campaign to encourage metal recycling.

Croydon, Merton and Kingston councils are also involved with the scheme.

Sutton Cllr Colin Hall says that while people are recycling food and drink cans, we need to do the same for kitchen foil and aerosols.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:47 am  

Monday, 14 January 2013

Just another ordinary day for Esher's fire fighters
One adventurous dog had a lucky escape yesterday when she was out for a walk with her owners in Hampton Court.


5 year old Jack Russell Maisie found herself trapped down a rabbit hole beside the river at Hampton Court station.

It took five fire fighters from Esher fire station three hours to retrieve her, much to the relief of her owners Vicky and Stuart Cantle.


Mr Cantle paid tribute to the fire brigade, thanking them for their assistance. He says the day was made even more dramatic because of the fact his wife is due to give birth any day now.

Maisie was found safe and well with only a few cuts and bruises.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Battersea Power Station is hot property
In excess of £600 million pounds worth of properties at Battersea Power Station have been sold.

Three quarters of the initial 800 properties have gone, in what’s believed to be the fastest selling property development ever in London.

The Evening Standard has reported that there has been particularly high customer interest from Singapore, Hong Kong and China.

The power station, which has been out of use since 1983, is being prepared for occupation in 2016.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 pm  

Hospital staffing problems
17 NHS hospitals are among 26 healthcare providers in England failing to operate with safe staffing levels.

That’s according to the Care Quality Commission.

The health watchdog issued the hospitals with warnings in November after carrying out inspections.

Among them is Croydon University Hospital and Queen Mary's in Roehampton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

Police appeal in Epsom
Police are investigating after a woman was threatened by two men with a suspected firearm in Epsom.

The victim, in her early 20s, was walking along Longmead Road when she was approached just before 8pm last night.

They tried to grab her phone and handbag but the woman screamed and fought off the offenders and they ran from the scene empty handed.

Police say the area was busy and are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Balham Murder Arrests

Eight people are being questioned in Jamaica in connection with the shooting of an 8 year old girl from South West London.

Imani Green from Balham died after being shot at her cousin's shop in the village of Duncans on the island on Friday.

It's thought she may have been the victim of a feud over an illegal lottery scam.

Her head teacher Anne Wilson at Fircroft Primary School in Tooting says Imani was in Jamaica because of a medical condition.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 pm  

School Appication Deadline in Hounslow

Parents in Hounslow are being reminded that they only have a day left to apply for a place at one of the borough’s primary schools.

The deadline for applications to tomorrow (January 15) and parents are being urged to get their applications in on time.

It can be done online or by hand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:57 am  

Box-Junction Complaints In Fulham

Motorists are accusing Hammersmith and Fulham Council of designing a boxed junction for the purpose of revenue collection.

The yellow box on the junction of Bagley’s Lane and New King’s road in Fulham catches more than 1-hundred drivers every day.

According to the Mail observations of the junction found that at least one vehicle gets stuck inside the box every time the lights change.

Irate drivers have called the cross-hatched area the ‘Moneybox’.

The council made 2.7-million pounds in fines from that one location last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

More 20 MPH Zones For Hounslow

Hounslow council is stepping up its drive to get 20 mph zones around primary schools in the borough.

Councilors will meet tomorrow to discuss plans to invest 250-thousand pounds in introducing the speed limit.

There are 56 primary schools in the borough, 13 of which are already in 20mph zones.

If the plans get approval the money would be invested in checking the suitability of the zones around the remaining 42 schools.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:47 am  

Sunday, 13 January 2013

Prince turns gardener
The Chelsea Flower Show has a new designer this year.

It's emerged Prince Harry has helped create a garden - in a tribute to his late mother Princess Diana.

The 28 year old decided to create the garden for the African charity Sentebale, which he also set up in memory of the late Princess.

It means ‘forget me not’ in Sesotho, the language spoken in Lesotho, where the charity is based.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 pm  

Tributes paid to Balham school girl
The brother of an eight year old British girl killed in Jamaica has spoken of how she was "extremely brave", "lively" and "full of life".

Imani Green, from Balham, died when she was caught up in a shooting at a shop in the small town of Duncans.

Jamaica's security minister has condemned the killing. Police say the little girl was not the target.

Reporter Michelle Clifford is outside Imani's school, Fircroft Primary, in Tooting.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:54 pm  

Flights could be cancelled at Heathrow

Heathrow bosses were heavily criticised last night after saying they planned to cancel up to 250 flights tomorrow – even before a flake of snow had fallen.

According to the Mail up to 20 percent of the 13-hundred scheduled departures could be cancelled.

Bad weather has resulted in flights at the airport being severely disrupted over the past two winters.

BAA says it will make a decision today.

London Mayor Boris Johnson said planned cancellations were ‘defeatist’.

He said it highlighted difficulties at Heathrow and the need for another hub airport for London and the South-East.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:53 am  

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