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Saturday, 27 July 2013

Tolworth Girls' School celebrates its 80th Anniversary

Former pupils and teachers of Tolworth Girls' School came together with current staff and students to round off the 80th anniversary of the school.

Now an academy, the school has seen many changes over the years.

Radio Jackie's Natalie Osborne spent the morning on the site at Fullers Way North. She met two pupils separated by 80 years: Gladys aged 91 and Ella aged 11.

Ella explores her first year at Tolworth Girls' School:


Gladys compares differences between education when she was at school and the current systems:

To hear the full interview with Gladys, wisit the Radio Jackie red button.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 pm  

Getting smart with rubbish in Merton
Merton Council is trying out a hi-tech approach to use the sunny weather to help deal with the rubbish left by people enjoying the local parks.

New bins are using solar power to operate internal compactors to compress the rubbish and increase the capacity of each bin.

The smart bins also send a signal to the parks team to tell them when they need to be emptied.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:13 am  

Wandsworth tackles affordable housing
Nearly 1,000 affordable homes are to be built in Wandsworth in the next 5 years as part of the Council’s programme for improving housing opportunities.

The Council plans to directly support development of up to 200 low cost rent homes during this period.

Six million pounds is being earmarked for projects to create new homes.

It also wants to give higher priority to working households when properties are allocated and to help unemployed young people find work as well as getting their own council home.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 am  

Hounslow looks at licensing Landlords
Landlords in Hounslow may be required to get a licence from the Council for houses with multiple occupancy.

Currently the local authority is running a pilot scheme affecting a limited number of Landlords, but councillors want this extended and will consult on the proposals next week.

Licensing would set a maximum number of tenants and impose safety requirements for appliances and smoke detectors. It would also require tenants are given written agreements.

Failure to comply with the terms of the Licence could lead to criminal prosecutions against the Landlord with fines up to £20,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 am  

Friday, 26 July 2013

Highlights of last night's FLT20 game at Lords
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 am  

O'Shea: a change from rugby for one weekend only
Harlequins Director of Rugby Conor O’Shea is the latest sportsman to announce he’ll be cycling next weekend’s Ride London.

He’ll be joined on the 100 mile route by Quin's Academy Coach Jim Evans.

O’Shea is raining money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:48 am  

Thursday, 25 July 2013

US FAA tells airlines to remove or inspect beacons in Boeing 787
America's aviation safety watchdog has issued new advice following a fire on board a Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Heathrow airport earlier this month.

The F-A-A says airlines should remove or inspect emergency beacons, after a blaze was traced to one of the units.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 pm  

Richmond Green Improvements
A consultation is underway about plans to restore bollards and railings to Richmond Green.

It was surrounded by cast iron ornamental posts linked with chain until the metal was needed during the Second World War.

Earlier this year friends of Richmond Green started a campaign to mark the Diamond Jubilee – by replacing them all with half being plain and half with the crest of the Queen.

So far they’ve raised £90,000 of the £125,000 target.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 pm  

Elmbridge Council By-Election
A by- election will take place tonight to fill a seat left vacant on Elmbridge Council.

It follows the resignation of Simon Dodsworth last month in Weybridge South.

The former deputy leader resigned from the council after being offered a job abroad.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 pm  

London to crackdown on thieves
Those who target the public’s phones and valuables should be aware that 7,500 officers are out in force across 32 boroughs.

80 arrests have been made so far today.

They will be using a range of tactics including carrying out street briefings and plain clothes patrols in robbery hotspots.

High visibility patrols are taking place in key areas of the city to let Londoners know what the Met is doing to tackle crime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:43 pm  

Crimewatch Woldingham
A victim of an aggravated burglary in Woldingham will speak publically for the first time on BBCs Crimewatch.

She will feature on tonight’s programme that will reconstruct the events that occurred at the property on Slines Oak Road in May.

Emily who was home alone at the time, was tied up and threatened with a knife.

The reconstruction will also feature an emotional plea to anyone with information regarding the burglary to come forward.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Payday lender Wonga is facing a fight for survival


Payday lender Wonga is facing a fight for survival.

It’s after the Archbishop of Canterbury said he wants to compete it out of existence.

The Most Reverend Justin Welby wants to force it out of business by expanding the Church of England's credit union plans.

Mr Welby said he had delivered the message to the chief executive of Wonga during a very good conversation.

Michelle Boundy is CEO of Surrey Save, a not for profit credit union.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:33 pm  

Have you got an adventurous side you want to share with the rest of Britain?


The summer holidays are traditionally the time when most of us jet off to the sun.

However, producers of a new TV series are looking for Brits across South West London and Surrey who have never been abroad before.

Details of the show are top secret at the moment, but researcher Miles Angell describes what they’re looking for.



If you feel you could be up to the challenge, email [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

Unloved Battersea dog gets a brand new makeover in hope of a new home


Tia the Yorkshire Terrier cross is almost unrecognisable from the dog she was just over a week ago.

The four year old stray underwent a transformation from shaggy to sleek under the care of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and is now seeking a new home where she can remain in tip top condition.

Tia’s coat was so badly matted and the long fur had become tangled and dirty.

Battersea takes in any dog and cat regardless of its age, breed, temperament or medical condition.

Last year the charity took in 2372 stray dogs, many of which were in a poor condition needing medical attention or treatment for skin conditions or the signs of neglect.

The charity believes that more and more people are taking on animals without realising the costs involved in caring for them and urges potential owners to properly research their responsibilities before taking on a new dog or cat.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Vince Cable Criticises Banks
The Business Secretary Vince Cable, who’s also MP for Twickenham, has once again accused the Bank of England of restricting the economic recovery.

In an interview with the Financial Times Dr Cable suggests banks and building societies are being made to keep unnecessary levels of capital to protect against potential future losses.

In March, the Bank of England said banks needed up to £27 billion - a decision banks say will hamper their ability to lend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

Surbiton High On Top Again
A school master from Surbiton was one of the winners of this year’s prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Promotion.

The event is sponsored by Twickenham MP Vince Cable’s Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.

Ian Smith who’s vice Principal at Surbiton High School for Girls was one of eight individuals nominated by their peers for outstanding voluntary efforts to support and encourage UK entrepreneurship.

They attended a celebratory event held in their honour and were presented with their Grants of Appointment by Dr Cable.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Hounslow Illegal Immigrant Scheme

A pilot scheme that aims to encourage illegal migrants to leave the UK voluntarily has been launched in Hounslow and five other London Boroughs this week.

Vans displaying large adverts will be used to highlight the advantages of returning home voluntarily.



Along with leaflets, posters and messages in newspapers it’ll make it clear that enforcement action will be taken if they don’t leave.

The ads on the vans will show how many illegal migrants have recently been arrested in the area.

They will also show a text number that migrants can message to arrange their return.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

Ashford Damage Sentence

A 23-year-old man has been sentenced to pay more than £1,000 following a series of criminal damage incidents in Ashford.

Christopher Jones Mode of Woodhurst Road, Acton also pleaded guilty to possession of a Class B drug.

He was sentenced at North Surrey Magistrates Court for ten incidents of tags being painted on a number of commercial premises and roadside furniture in May and possession of cannabis.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Hounslow Cyclist Death Sentence

A lorry driver has admitted killing a cyclist from Hounslow.

Forty nine year old David Cox from Chalfont St Giles pleaded guilty to causing death by careless driving at Inner London Crown Court.

The incident happened at Bow roundabout in East London in October 2011.

Brian Dorling, who was 58, was cycling across the roundabout using the blue cycle path when he was hit by the tipper lorry turning left.



He was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering multiple injuries.

Mr Cox was sentenced to 24 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, and disqualified from driving for two years.

He was also ordered to undertake 100 hours of community service.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 pm  

Hampton Death Prisoner Escape

Information has only just been released about a dangerous prisoner on the run.

Derek Passmore, who used to live in Kingston Vale, left Ford Prison in West Sussex on day release a whole month ago.

The 48 year old was jailed for 14 years in 1996 after beating a man to death in Hampton.

However, he was sent to open Ford Prison because he was not thought to be at risk of absconding.

Passmore is 6 ft 1, of stocky build with a goatee.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

Sutton Police Benefit From Crime

Sutton and Croydon police departments are two of the five London boroughs to benefit from the new Proceeds of Crime incentive scheme.

The scheme distributes money seized from criminal activity to police helping finance further crack-down on crime.

In Sutton police have increased the number of seizures from drug crimes, fraud and money laundering by 400 per cent.

As well as money, assets such as homes, holiday homes and cars funded by money from criminal activity are being confiscated by officers.

Sutton police department received £15,000 from the scheme.








posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

Hampton Cycle Challenge

Cyclists are to take on the French Alps for Children's charity Shooting Star CHASE.

A team of eight will set off this Friday – hoping to complete the challenge in two days.

Shooting Star CHASE cares for children in Surrey with life limiting illnesses. It has two bases, in Guildford and Hampton.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

Twickeham Improvement Vote

Twickenham businesses will vote on whether they want to implement and fund improvements to the town centre.

Over the last 6 months business owners have planned improvements which could attract more shoppers and enhance the trading district.

The initiative is called the Business Improvement District and if agreed to it could raise over one million pounds for town center development.

The BID would last for five years and focuses on boosting the local economy.










posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:02 am  

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Boy from Staines could be about to land every child's dream job


A young boy from Staines is one of those in the running to be Legoland's very first junior model maker.

If he wins the nationwide competition next week, Oscar Brown's job will be to spend all day every day building Lego models.

Model makers are usually ex designers, artist types and even trained architects.

Six candidates will be interviewed on the 31st.

They'll have to make difficult models alone and as part of a group, to a plan and using their imaginations.

The winner will shadow the team for a day in the summer, making models and maintaining models in the Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Cheam upgrade
Sutton Council has given the green light to a £3 million upgrade of Cheam Leisure centre.

This follows the rejected proposal to demolish the old centre and build a new one.

The Council is hoping the centre will re open in May 2014, with the development expected to add a further 25 years to the building.

Residents will be able to use the council's other facilities whilst the leisure centre is being refurbished.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:38 pm  

Dragons' Den winner announced
Richmond’s version of Dragons' Den has awarded £10,000 to this year's winner - a community enterprise called Bespoke Be Heard.

The business trains youngsters with special needs in cycle mechanics, teaching them to renovate old bikes and re-sell them for a profit.

The profits are used to increase the numbers of young people trained on the programme.

Paul Jensen the man behind Bespoke Be Heard says the business support they received from the Richmond Dragons has been invaluable.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 pm  

Epsom and St Helier success despite threat of closure
Almost three quarters of Epsom and St Helier hospital patients are happy with the service they received during the last three months.

That is according to the 'friends and family test' which asks overnight and A&E patients to say whether they would use the hospital for loved ones.

The survey is part of national research to find out how highly patients rate NHS care.

Epsom, St Helier and Sutton provide care to around 700,000 people a year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:35 pm  

Baby news from across SW London
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been receiving visitors at St Mary's Hospital in London.

Kate's parents have arrived to see their new grandson, and crowds outside are waiting patiently to catch a glimpse of the new arrival.

Meanwhile the birth of the royal baby has been marked in central London - as Matt Steele reports from Buckingham Palace.



Here's what the people in the Royal Borough of Kingston had to say about the Royal birth.





The Duke and Duchess weren’t the only couple celebrating a bundle of joy yesterday.

We were at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where 18 babies came into the World.

14 girls and 4 boys, which included three sets of twins.

All babies born on the same day as the Prince of Cambridge will get a commemorative coin.

We spoke to new parents Sierra and Jason Tobias who celebrated the birth of a baby girl, born 12 hours before the new heir to the throne.



Our reporter Emily Dexter spoke to another new mum Terina Denny from Fulham.



Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess, and all the new mums and dads across South West London and Surrey from all the team at Jackie News


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:48 pm  

Man jailed for VAT fraud
A man involved in a £6 million VAT & tax credits fraud case has been sentenced to seven years in prison at Croydon Crown Court.

32 year old Anish Anand and three other men pretended they spent millions on making Bollywood-style films that were never made.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Anand, who was found guilty and sentenced in his absence.

Anyone with information of his whereabouts is urged to contact HMRC on 0800 59 5000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:47 pm  

The Mayor of Spelthorne has cancelled her engagements
Isobel Napper became unwell on Friday suffering from heat exhaustion.

The Mayor is expected to remain indisposed for the next two to three weeks.

Deputy Mayor Tony Harman will be fulfilling mayoral engagements on her behalf.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

Has the UK's oldest person passed away?
A woman believed to be the UK's oldest person has died at the age of 115 years and 199 days.

Sant Kaur Bajwa, from Southall was born in 1898 in Pakistan, according to her passport.

She has been in the UK since the 1960s.

Her family said they believed she was the oldest person however they haven’t had this officially verified.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:42 pm  

Missing woman found
A woman from Hinchley Wood who had been missing since Sunday, has been found safe and well.

41 year old Joanne Kinch was located in Kingston at around 6.30 last night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

Sutton Benefit Fraud

A woman from Worcester Park who falsely claimed over £9000 in benefits has been ordered to pay it back and do 100 hours in unpaid community work.

46 year old Aseel Alissa claimed she worked only part-time but was actually employed full-time in a pharmacy.

Alissa was falsely claming housing and council tax benefit for two year.

Sutton's assessment Team uncovered the fraud in a benefit review.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

Sutton School 'Outstanding'
A school in Sutton that was failing in 2009 has recently been assessed by Ofsted and is now good and outstanding.

Culvers House Primary School appointed a new Headmaster who worked with the original team of teachers to turn the school around in 18 months.

The school is working towards outstanding in all aspects and will have the opportunity when it's graded in 3 years.

The Headmaster Rob Eyre-Brook says he's enthused by the progress they've made so far.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

Cheam Museum Make-Over

Cheam’s Whitehall museum has been given the green light to undertake a one million pound make over.

The money would allow Whitehall to put on new exhibitions and strengthen links with the local community.

Sutton council plans to consult with residents over future events at the museum.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:57 am  

Monday, 22 July 2013

Breaking News: A future King is born

Pic: @BritishMonarchy

The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a baby boy weighing 8lbs 6oz. The baby will be known as the Prince of Cambridge. The first time the title has been used in over 100 years.

Kate gave birth at 4.24pm. Palace sources said the couple chose to delay the release of the news by four hours to allow them to spend quality time together.

It is believed Prince William broke the news to The Queen, his father and brother.

In a statement, Clarence House said Mother and Child are doing well.

Kensington Palace decided to change protocol about the announcement of the birth, just before 8pm. A short time later, the news was announced by way of a statement, it was not until around an hour later that the news was posted traditionally on an easle outside Buckingham Palace.

Kate gave birth on the hottest day in seven years at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington. The Duchess is expected to leave hospital in the next day or so, and retreat to her family home in Berkshire to be with her mother.

Speaking outside No 10, Prime Minister David Cameron said the nation should feel proud and it was a very special day for the warm and loving couple.

The baby is the first great - grandson for the Queen, Her Majesty already has two great grand - daughters.

Prince Charles has released a statement saying he is thrilled to have entered grandparenthood and he and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, are eagerly looking forward to seeing the baby in the near future.

Prince William will stay with his wife in hospital overnight.

The fountains at Trafalgar Square are running with blue water to mark the occasion as well as a gun salute, and all babies born today will also receive a special commemorative coin. The exciting news is also displayed on London's iconic BT tower tonight.


Pic: @bt_uk

Kensington Palace has said the name is to be announced at a later date.

Stay tuned for all the latest news live as it happens on 107.8fm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

First cars cross Walton Bridge


The first cars have gone over the newly built Walton Bridge this morning.

The £32 million construction took a year to build and was completed earlier this month.

It’s the first new road bridge to be built over the Thames since 1993 and it replaces two temporary bridges connecting Walton and Shepperton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

Carshalton man wanted for recall to prison
Police in Sutton are calling on the public’s help to trace a man wanted for recall to prison.

42 year old Lee Norris was sentenced to 48 months in jail in November 2011 for malicious wounding.

He’s now wanted by police after failing to comply with the conditions of his release from prison in May.

He was last known to be living in Carshalton and has links to the Brentford and Chadwell Heath area.

Anyone who sees him is urged not to approach him but to call 999
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:21 pm  

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