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Saturday, 12 March 2016

Special GB athletes tell Radio Jackie their ambitions as part of the ski-ing team



100 Athletes will be competing in the National Alpine skiing competition, a team of Surrey Olympic athletes will be heading there on Sunday.

Last week, they received their kit at a presentation at Silvermere Golf Course, ahead of their departure tomorrow.

Radio Jackie went along to wish the athletes luck ahead of their competition, representing Great Britain.

We spoke to some of the athletes – Eleanor, Karen and Jono about their skiing careers, they tell us what their life ambitions are.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 pm  

Three cars were involved in a collision this morning in Walton-on-the-Hill

A Mitsubishi, Ford and BMW were involved in a collision this morning, near Walton Heath Golf Club.

It happened about half a mile from junction 8 of the M25, where Deans Lane meets Dorking Road.

Police, fire crews and ambulance staff were on the scene shortly before midday to direct traffic and clear the scene.

As there was thick fog in Surrey on Friday night into Saturday morning, police are warning drivers to be extra cautious during the night and into the morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

Police grow concerned about a missing man from Wandsworth


Police are concerned for the welfare of an elderly man who is missing from Wandsworth.

83-year old Mohammed Mofreez was last seen at around 5.20pm on Friday near to University College Hospital in Central London, where he had an appointment.

He is Asian, 5ft 7 inches tall and of slim build. He has nerve damage to one side of his face, and suffers from dementia.

Anyone who may have seen him should call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:38 pm  

Surrey Special Olympic coach speaks ahead of the Nationals
The Surrey Special Olympic Athletes met at Silvermere Golf Course last Sunday to get their kit for Nationals on the slopes next week.

Some of the athletes hope to get picked for The World Games, which will happen next year in Austria.

They tell Radio Jackie what they hope to achieve from representing Great Britain in this competition.

Coaches and carers will be with them on the slopes. Pete Jesse is one of the coaches and tells us more about the competition.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:53 pm  

In the #SixNations at #Twickenham, it ends ENG 25 - 21 WAL



If England win today in front of a crowd of 81,000, and France lose to Scotland at Murrayfield tomorrow, then the title is theirs.

We know that Wales can’t win it today, however, if they beat England, they'd only need to beat Italy to take a fourth title.

Anthony Watson's try made it his tenth for England.

England are on the verge of winning the Triple Crown.

And it's a try and conversion for Wales at 54 minutes in bringing the score to ENG 19 7 WAL.

Another conversion by Owen Farrell at 67 minutes in means it's ENG 25 7 WAL.

At 71 minutes, Chris Robshaw is off.

An alleged incident of foul play by Wales following a scrum is being reviewed.

Wales score a try and conversion at 74 minutes in, making it ENG 25 14 WAL.

And England wins the Triple Crown, beating Wales in a nail biting finish 25-21

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 pm  

Go ahead for Richmond College campus

Proposals to improve Richmond College by creating an Education and Enterprise Campus have been given the green-light by planners.

Plans also include a new secondary and Clarendon SEN School.

Consultations are being carried out where residents can have their say.

Councillor Paul Hodgins says that the new facilities would provide high quality education for the whole borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:23 pm  

Mayoral candidate Goldsmith promises more green space

Londoners could live with more Green Space under plans by Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith.

The Tory Mayoral candidate wants to increase the number of 'pocket parks'

If Goldsmith is elected, the capital could get 200 new parks in a bid to boost the environment and improve the quality of life in the city.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

A pianist from Epsom goes on tour in the UK

A pianist from Epsom, born without one arm, is going on tour in the UK to promote his motto that “anything is possible.”

At 14, Nicholas McCarthy was told that he would never achieve his dream of becoming a concert pianist because of his disability.

He graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2012.

While doing so, he made world headlines as the first one handed pianist to do so in the prestigious colleges 130 year history.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

The people of Kingston tell us their thoughts surrounding the EU today

Grassroots Out is holding what it’s calling the largest ever national day of action to push for Britain to leave the EU today.

It’s labelling it Super Saturday.

There will be more than 5,000 Grassroots Out activists in over 500 locations across the UK.

We’ve been with the people of Kingston to ask them one vital question. In or Out?




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

Man arrested on suspicion of arson in Epsom

An 18 year-old man has been arrested following a suspicious fire at a night club in Epson on Friday.

The incident happened at around 1am after a canister was found a light at the back of Elements on the High Street.

The man in question has been arrested on suspicion of arson and is in police custody.

Please call Surrey Police on 101 if you any information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

Car pulled out of the Thames in Richmond last night



A sinking sliver Nissan Micra was pulled out of the Thames in Richmond yesterday.

Richmond had 10 volunteer police officers on duty last night who helped in the rescue operation.

The car became submerged after the high tide.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 am  

England take on Wales at Twickenham later

England could move a step closer to winning a first rugby union Six Nations title since 2011 this afternoon at Twickenham.

Victory over Wales would make England favorites to be champions ahead of next week's final game against France in Paris.

The last time the two sides faced each other, Wales won in the world cup.

The Game kicks off at 4 o’clock this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

A Leatherhead charity provides a hub for single homeless people

Leatherhead charity Transform Housing and Support is working with Spelthorne Council to provide a hub for single homeless people.

It’s open to people from Spelthorne and it’ll run on Wednesday 16th March from 10am until 1pm at Fairways in Staines.

There will be staff giving advice on everything from housing and accommodation to food bank services and employment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

A criminal from Fulham has been jailed for 10 years following a violent attack on an elderly couple


A violent criminal from Fulham has been jailed for 10 years following an aggravated burglary on an elderly couple.

Shane Douglas forced his way in to a house in Fulham where the victims lived.

He punched and kicked the 71 year-old male victim before throwing him to the floor. He then stole a Gold Rolex wristwatch from his wrist.

38 year-old Douglas was sentenced yesterday at Isleworth Crown Court for the incident that occurred in October last year.

London Ambulance Service was called to the scene and the victim was treated for injuries. He is now recovering at home.

Douglas was linked to the incident via fingerprints found at the scene. Douglas was arrested on 5 October and subsquently charged.

DC Ben Kirkham from Hammersmith CID said: "Shane Douglas is a dangerous individual who did not hesitate to use violence on the elderly victims of this offence. I hope the sentence passed down today serves as some comfort to the victims of this serious crime who were left traumatised by the incident and will now be able to start moving on with their lives."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:20 am  

Changes to Surrey's tips

Around 1,600 people have signed a petition asking Surrey County Council to reconsider plans to reduce the opening hours for recycling centres and to close on some days.

Following a public consultation, all tips will open slightly fewer hours – from 8 am to 4 pm on weekdays and from 9 am to 4 pm on weekends.

Five of the centres will also be closed one or two days a week. These include the facility in Bond Road, Warlingham which will close on Sunday and Monday and the centre in Chaldon Road, Caterham, which will be closed on Wednesday.

Additionally, charges will be made for leaving non-household waste such as building rubble and some centres will no longer take this type of material.

The Council says the charges aim to offset the £1.3 million cost of disposing of it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:38 am  

Friday, 11 March 2016

Surrey Olympic Athletes tell us about their competition on the slopes next week



The Surrey Special Olympic Athletes met at Silvermere Golf Course last Sunday to get their kit for Nationals on the slopes next week.

Some of the athletes hope to get picked for The World Games, which will happen next year in Austria.

They tell Radio Jackie what they hope to achieve from representing Great Britain in this competition.

Coaches and carers will be with them on the slopes. We spoke to some of the team and the athletes who will be going to France on Sunday.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:39 pm  

Lambeth policeman steals from police station
A police officer based in Lambeth has been jailed for 18 months after admitting stealing from Brixton Police station.

36 year old police sergeant David Robinson was arrested on the 6th of July last year after two pedal cycles - recovered from a burglary - were stolen.

A search at his home lead to the discovery of a number of items including another bicycle and three motorcycles that had been reported stolen or missing.

He pleaded guilty to 9 counts of theft, 5 counts of fraud and 2 counts of misconduct in public office.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 pm  

Harlequins win at home to Bath - final score

Harlequins have just narrowly beaten Bath at home in rugby union’s Premiership.

The final score was 35-28.

Sam Twomey and James Horwill both received yellow cards during the game.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 pm  

Surrey Crime Commisioner is criticised

The Conservative candidate for Surrey Crime Commissioner has launched a scathing attack on the man currently in the position.

David Munro has labelled comments made by Kevin Hurley about tackling crime “outrageous.”

Mr Hurley said he had “a desire to bypass the criminal justice system and take the law into his own hands” when dealing with suspected criminals on Facebook.

But Mr Munro says Surrey deserves a Crime Commissioner who takes the job of tackling crime seriously.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

Harlequins score against Bath
Harlequins are playing in the rugby union’s Premiership tonight – they’re hosting Bath at the Twickenham Stoop.

They’re currently winning 35-6 in the second half.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 pm  

Police appeal to find a wanted man who may be in Wandsworth

Police say that a man who is wanted for attempted murder in Reading may be in Wandsworth.

21-year old Q Johnson, also known as Ricky or Jamie Sampson is wanted in connection with a stabbing on Boxing Day last year.

He is described as black, about 5ft 8 inches tall and of medium build.

Members of the public are advised not to approach him, but should call police immediately on 101 if you have any information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:35 pm  

No trains in some areas on Boat Race Day

Network Rail has announced plans to schedule engineering work on Boat Race Day.

Trains won’t call at Putney, Barnes, Barnes Bridge and Chiswick on race day, which falls on Easter Sunday this year.

More than a quarter of a million people are expected to attend the annual event.

Oxford is looking to beat rivals Cambridge for the seventh time in nine years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 pm  

Detectives from Trident and Area Crime Command are investigating an incident of shots fired in Tooting

Police were called just before midnight to reports of gunshots fired in the area of Church Lane near to Tooting Bec Common.

Enquiries established that an 18-year-old male was walking in Church Lane near to the roundabout with Rectory Road and it is believed shots were fired at him from an unidentified passing car.

The victim did not sustain any injuries.

Operation Trident was originally set up in 1998 to tackle gun crime and homicide in London's black communities following a series of shootings in the London boroughs of Lambeth and Brent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:37 pm  

Man's long lost scooter tracked down on Facebook



A life-long scooter enthusiast who had his 1961 Lambretta stolen from his driveway has had most of it returned, albeit in pieces, thanks to his scooter fraternity friends who tracked the whereabouts of his beloved scooter on Facebook.

82 year old Marshall Swonnell, had his scooter stolen from his home in Stoneleigh Road in Carshalton, overnight on Monday.

When he awoke the following morning, Marshall, who is known as 'Chuckles the Legend' for his love of scooters was devastated to find his machine had gone.

But Marshall's scootering colleagues used social media to search for any references to his distinctive coloured scooter, which he had bought brand new in 1961 for £189.

The trail led to the South coast and then to an alleyway in Penge where most of the scooter was found and has since been returned to Marshall.

He has laid out all the parts in his front room ready to put them back together again in time for the Euro Lambretta rally in Germany in June.

If you have any information to help police, contact Sutton police station on 101 quoting ref no: 4002650/16.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

A suspicious fire has damaged Elements Nightclub in Epsom

The blaze broke out just after midnight. A canister was found on fire at the rear of the club in Spread Eagle Walk.

An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of arson and remains in police custody at this time.

Officers haven’t said whether they are linking it with an attack outside the nightclub in the early hours of Sunday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

Woking and Sam Beare Hospice nurse tells us why she is running the Surrey Half marathon on Sunday

Around 5 thousand people will be taking part in the Surrey half marathon this Sunday.

Some are running for fun others for charity.

One of the charities involved is the Woking and Sam Beare Hospice.

They are trying to raise 3.4 million pounds to move to a bigger site on Goldsworth Park.

Virginia Marsh Bowen is a clinical nurse specialist and also taking part in Sunday’s run:



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

The controversial Crossrail 2 scheme has been given the green light by George Osborne's National Infrastructure Commission

The north- south London line, which would tunnel beneath central London, could be running by 2033.

However, large parts of Wimbledon including Centre Court Shopping Centre, may have to be demolished make way for it.

Speaking to us from Wimbledon, Lib Dem London Mayoral candidate Caroline Pigeon says we need further information.



Kingston MP James Berry explains the advantages of a new Crossrail 2.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

An American Airlines flight returned to Heathrow after an emergency on board earlier

An American Airlines flight to Chicago has returned to Heathrow 10 minutes after taking off, after declaring an emergency on-board.

The runway has since reopened, but there are knock on delays.

Some arrivals were diverted during the disruption.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Woman killed in rush hour accident in Mitcham



A woman, believed to be in her 30s, has died in Mitcham this morning following a bus crash.

The Met police were called to London road just after 7 o'clock to reports of an accident involving a pedestrian and a bus.

The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Formal identification awaits; next of kin have not been informed.

A post mortem examination will take place in due course.

Picture courtesy of @MrDrem

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

Man still missing from Streatham



Police are reiterating appeals for the public's help in locating a vulnerable missing man from Streatham, as concerns increase for his wellbeing with the length of time he has been missing.

64 year old Maurice O'Reilly (also known as Mossy), was last seen at around 9:15am on Streatham High Road, heading towards Brixton after he left his care home in Streatham Common.

Officers and his carers are concerned for his safety and welfare as he has cognitive problems and a pulmonary disorder which requires medication.

Mr O'Reilly is described as a white Irish man, with an Irish accent; around 5ft 11ins tall with a heavy build.

He has facial scarring and a protruding lump over his left eyes.

He was last seen wearing a beige jumper and white skinny trainers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 am  

Reports of a Fatal bus crash in Mitcham this morning

Reports suggest a woman has died in Mitcham this morning following a bus crash

The Met police were called to London road just after 7am.

The road remains closed – we will give you another traffic update in 20 minutes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

A warning about the dangers of removing batteries from smoke alarms after a house fire in Teddington

Residents are being warned about the dangers of removing batteries from their smoke alarms following a house fire in Teddington yesterday.

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters attended the blaze on Watts Lane which destroyed part of the ground floor.

There were no batteries in the smoke alarms and the alarm was raised by neighbours who saw smoke.

‘No batteries means no detection and that could be the difference between life and death,’ that's According Richmond Fire Station Manager Lisa Hicks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

Missing autistic woman in Ealing



Police are appealing for the public’s help to find missing woman from Ealing with autism.

57 year-old Corrine Pierre was last seen at her home in Argyle Road at around 7o’clock yesterday evening.

Corrine is autistic and has limited communication skills.

She is described as a black woman, around 5ft 5ins tall and of a slim build. Corrine was last seen wearing a blue and white stripped top/dress with a roll neck, light grey trousers and black lace up shoes.

Anyone who has seen Corrine or knows of her whereabouts is asked to call police in Ealing via 101 quoting reference 16MIS010026


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 am  

Two men attacked outside Elements nightclub in Epsom

Two men were violently attacked outside a nightclub in Epsom in the early hours of last Sunday morning.

The assault happened outside Elements nightclub between 3.15am and 5.30am.

One victim was taken to Epsom hospital with a head injury and facial injuries, the other suffered minor injuries.

The suspects are described as two white men believed to be in their 20s, one wearing a dark blue shirt and jeans and the other wearing a grey shirt, dark coloured jacket and black jeans.

Investigating Officer, PC Rob Curry, said:

"This violent attack happened on a very busy night and I believe a number of people may have witnessed this.

"If you witnessed the assault or have any information which could assist our investigation please get in contact with us.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:39 am  

Harlequins look to climb table

There's one game in rugby union's Premiership tonight.

Harlequins host Bath at the Twickenham Stoop aiming to move into the top half of the table.

The visitors are looking for just their third win in eleven games.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 am  

Crossrail2 gets the green light

An independent body’s given Crossrail2 the go-ahead to construct the north-south railway across London.

The line will link the suburban rail network from Wimbledon to Tottenham Hale via a new tunnel under the city’s centre.

the 27-billions pound project includes building a controversial station on Kings Road in Chelsea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 am  

Thursday, 10 March 2016

The oldest-known fossil of a pine tree has been found

Dr Howard Falcon-Lang, of Royal Holloway University in Egham, made the discovery in Canada.

Pine trees are one of the most fire adapted species on our planet.

The fossils were preserved in charcoal, suggesting that wildfires occurred in the earliest pine forests.

He plans to return to the quarry this summer to recover more specimens.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

Rhino populations in Africa are down for the 6th year in a row

At least 1,338 of the iconic animals were killed for their horns in the last year.

This is the greatest loss in a single year since an intense wave of poaching began recently.

Rob Brandford is executive director of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Leatherhead which supports the conservation of rhinos in Africa.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 pm  

A painting by David Bowie is expected to make up to £5, 000 when it goes up for auction in Edinburgh

The Boy from Brixton, who died in January, donated the self-portrait for a fundraiser in the city in 1998.

It will go under the hammer next Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 pm  

Emmanuel Adebayor's decided he needs to concentrate on his Crystal Palace future and has rejected an international call-up to Togo

The striker was asked to play in his country's African Nations Cup qualifier against Tunisia.

But on social media, Adebayor said he didn't want to interrupt his training with Palace.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Is your tube station at risk of anti-social behaviour?

Police have identified a number of London underground stations at risk of increased crime and anti-social behaviour when the night tube is launched.

Stations listed by the British Transport Police include Vauxhall, Brixton, Waterloo, Oxford Circus and Hammersmith.

The locations have been classified as “red stations” and extra patrols by police will be enforced when the new night service gets under way.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

A man who was disqualified from driving for a year was back in court within two hours and is now starting a prison sentence after he drove off in his car

27 year old Mazhar Ali from Slough, was disqualified for 12 months after being charged with a drug driving offence on the M25 at Wisley.

After being given the ban, he left the court in his car and was later arrested at his home.

He’s now been given a 6 month sentence and a two and a half year ban.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

House fire in Teddington

Fire fighters and officers are dealing with a fire on Watts Lane in Teddington.

The ground floor of a house is alight, but no one is believed to be inside.

Fire crews from Twickenham, Kingston and Surbiton stations are attending the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

40-year-old man arrested on suspicion of bribery in Kingston

A 12th person from Kingston has been arrested as part of Operation Joseph.

The 40-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of bribery and taken into custody at a south-west London police station.

He was later bailed to return on a date in late June pending further enquiries.

Operation Joseph is a police investigation into allegations of corruption in the force and people running local businesses.

Eleven people, including three police officers, have previously been arrested and all remain on bail pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

Save Our Fairfield campaigners issue open letter to Croydon's councillors

The move follows an invitation to attend a public meeting about the issue of the closure of Fairfield Halls for two years from July, for refurbishment.

The campaign group says it has received no formal reply on the matter, and is intending to host a public meeting.

When we approached Croydon council for a statement about the proposed re-development, we were told to contact Fairfield Ltd, which we have been unable to reach.

Some listeners have told us, that they are still able to book tickets for concerts scheduled after the proposed closure date, and they are awaiting refunds.

Below is a copy of the letter written on Tuesday.

An Open Letter to Cllr Newman and Croydon Council.
From Andy Hylton ‘Save Our Fairfield’ Campaign.

Dear Cllr Newman.

Following my recent request for a public meeting to discuss the future plans for the Fairfield Halls development, I
have received no official reply from neither yourself or Cllr Godfrey. It is regretful that this issue was not seen as
‘major’ enough within the town to warrant a meeting, where local residents, community groups and staff would be
able to have their concerns addressed, in accordance with your commitment to 'openness and transparency’.
With seemingly no opportunity for public discussion or appeal, we are about to lose the Fairfield Halls by stealth.
Once closed, it is difficult to say for definite whether it would ever be reopened. Simon Thomsett the Fairfield CEO
has said as much, so have others in the entertainment and venue management industry.
Whilst I fully welcome the proposed £30m spend on this much needed refurbishment, I urge the council to rethink
the extraordinary decision they are taking to fully close it for at least two years, and to look at the impact on
Croydon that the closure will have. I have severe concerns at the council’s plans to close Fairfield Halls for two
years for refurbishment, rather than the phased approach which Fairfield Halls themselves and many others favour.
Fairfield (Croydon) Ltd have their own plan, which would cost a lot less than £30m, and will keep the venue open
for the community during refurbishment. The venue has been running at an increasing rate of success over the last
years and this continuity has allowed them to continue to reduce historic debt and bring down subsidy levels.
Due to the Mott MacDonald report being repressed, part of the problem here is lack of information, so I can only
hazard a guess at exactly what negative aspects of a full closure are contained in the Mott MacDonald report.
Let us look at the figures. The figure ‘thrown’ around of an extra £4.8m for construction costs from a phased
scheme has not been publicly verified. Then there is a supposed extra £3.2m of running costs during phasing on top
of that. How this figure has been calculated is not entirely clear, as to base this on current running costs of a fully
functioning building would not be correct. It stands to reason that if a large chunk of the building is out of use and
handed over to builders then there would be no running costs for that area, thus less utility bills, insurance
payments etc. Equally, less programme would require less staff. In the phased option the majority of redundancies
would be by choice,or natural wastage.
We do not know what the true costs of closing the building, making everyone redundant and then reopening from
scratch will be.
Re-staffing will be extremely costly, requiring specialist recruitment and recruitment consultants. Those staff will
require specialist training in some cases and at least a period to train in the venue itself. Remember that everyone
who currently works at the Fairfield Halls will lose their jobs in July.
If the venue is to be run by a commercial operator then there would also be no volunteer corps of stewards to
reduce costs and provide a community charitable connection. This volunteer corps is made up of men and women
from 17 to 93 years and was originally created before the Fairfield Halls were built in 1962. A detail of Croydon
history soon to be lost forever.
A huge marketing campaign would be needed to get the audiences back and a huge programming budget to get the
shows back. We don’t know how all this corresponds to the supposed £8m phased figure.
Could the closure and re-opening end up costing far in excess to tax payers that the costs of a phased development?
Is this giving tax payers value for money?
This needs to be debated in a public meeting so a clear understanding of the advantages/disadvantages s of both
approaches can be clearly stated. Only then can this be fully scrutinised and we will all be able to see what is
clearly in the public interests of Croydon.
What is the council’s operational plan and strategy for the venue when it reopens?
Given that orchestral programmes are booked often two years in advance - due to the commitments of the various
orchestras – surely you need an operator and plan in action from before the day Fairfield closes? Equally, fixtures,
fittings and equipment are essential to get right in a multi-function space like Fairfield. Only the operator can
know what is required and how it is likely to be used.
Then there are the practical questions. What is Croydon to do during the two year closure? What are the council’s
interim plans to replace the lost capacity of these three professionally equipped venues, and various smaller
spaces?
As a casual technician at Fairfield Halls, I know many of the full time technicians are very sceptical both of the
designs themselves and of the works being completed properly so that the finished product is efficient and fully
functional. Many have contacts elsewhere in the industry, where refurbishments at other venues have left the
operational technicians having to patch up and create work-arounds for bad design or bad implementation during
the construction phase,due to lack of consultation with operational staff throughout the whole process until
completion. Many of these professionals fear that these works will proceed with no logistical operational minds on
hand to compliment the theoretical and ultimately less operational minds of the architects and theatre
consultants. This alone is a practical reason to favour a phased refurbishment to keep the knowledgeable staff on
site.
Another major issue is thatFairfield trains up apprentices, further adding to the value it provides the community.
These apprentices will be half way through their courses and are very worried about how this will affect them.
Where will they go? Other theatres which may be able to take them are a much further commute for them and the
mere fact all this is happening is bound to affect their learning. Fairfield is a specialist venue, it can’t simply re-locate to a new location, nor can the staff be moved to another branch. The only option with full closure is full
redundancies – unless meantime activities are possible – and with redundancies in a place like Fairfield you lose all
the passion, knowledge and specialist skills to other venues outside the borough. It will be difficult to get them
back.
You then have the loss of visitors to the town when Fairfield closes. Last year over 170,000 people went to ticketed
live performance events at Fairfield alone. That doesn’t include films or any other uses of the building apparently.
That would imply that there are over 200,000 visitors to Fairfield. Their input to the Croydon economy is £2m per
year according to the Fairfield Annual Report. If you phase the refurbishment you can maintain a good chunk of
this. If you close for two years that is completely gone. I doubt the remaining arts & culture venues in Croydon
could possibly get up to even a third of that figure whilst soaking up the lost capacity. Fairfield’s audience is
growing at the moment, they have momentum since they upgraded their box office and website. A phased approach
will keep the audiences in the habit of coming to Croydon to see shows. Closing now would lose all that. If the
charity closes then all the customer data goes with them. Again, adding to the costs of starting from scratch.
The building is perfect for a phased approach. The way it is designed helps split the three venues; Concert Hall,
Ashcroft Theatre and Arnhem Gallery. With work done during a much shorter closure, the electrics, water and
heating etc can be re-routed to allow each venue to operate independently. During this time essential works, like
replacing the boilers and removing asbestos can also be done. Much asbestos removal has already been done
without need for closure. Then, once that is complete, one or two venues can re-open whilst work continues in the
other(s) and then alternate over however long it takes 12–18 months per venue.
This is a true phased approach and this is why we need the full Mott MacDonald report published immediately, to
answer all these financial questions and show us what the negative side to the Council’s plans are.
Close down the Fairfield Halls for more than two years and you lose everything that has gone before. You lose the
people who are emotionally invested in it, the skills of the people who currently work there, the loyal audiences
who support it, the talented artists who play there. You lose the enthusiastic children and the schools who use the
venueto enrich the lives of their children and to teach our young people about cultural arts. Remember it wasn’t
so long ago that the streets of Croydon were burning and the venue has been home for many community events and
for disadvantaged young people. Fairfield Halls is not just about classical music.
Arts and culture are vital to a community’s wellbeing. We need it to lift us out of day-to-day life, to teach our
children about music and drama, to take out minds elsewhere. To challenge and to delight. At a simple level, all
this is provided, for example, by going to watch popular entertainment such as the pantomime each year.
Pantomime is often a child’s first introduction to a live performance, in a professional venue, with production
standards equal to any West End tour. This is true popular entertainment, drawing diverse audiences from across
the Borough and across all social classes and all ages.
Where will our children go to see a pantomime this year? There are simply not enough other venues in Croydon to
take up the capacity – and they do not have the facilities. The council would need to invest to bring them up to
scratch or even build a temporary venue and kit it out. All this eats into the so-called savings created by closing.
We already have a deep connection and strong cultural bond within the community and our schools. Two years is a
long time in a child’s development. This plan could see the Fairfield Halls closed for much longer. Please remember
that a whole generation of Croydon school children may have the very special access to culture and the arts at
Fairfield Hals, taken away from them, with no alternative plans offered.
Croydon Council, If you truly care about the children and the future welfare of this town, and you truly want to
revitalise the borough's cultural offer through this redevelopment of Fairfield Halls, I strongly urge you to please re-consider this decision to close the Fairfield Halls down.Let us keep music, arts and theatre alive at the Fairfield
Halls during a phased development, and put into action these exciting plans for the benefit of the current
population of the Borough, as well as for what the future years will bring!

Regards
Andy Hylton
Save Our Fairfield Campaign
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

Heathrow connect remains suspended, 10 days after it was first closed

The train service linking Heathrow Airport and Paddington was shut for safety inspections on the Express route.

The Connect trains have been taken out of service to compensate for the Express tubes.

The service was due to reopen on Monday, but it didn’t and a new opening date has not been confirmed either.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel, or follow us on Twitter @Jackie_Travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Former London Mayoral candidate David Lammy has been fined over £5,000 for nuisance calls to would be voters

The Labour MP for Tottenham allegedly had his team carry out over 35,000 calls over a period of two days.

He eventually lost out in the race to be Labour’s mayoral candidate to Tooting’s Sadiq Khan.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

Women rescued from house fire in Croydon in the early hours of this morning

A woman was rescued from a fire in a flat Croydon last night by fire crews wearing breathing apparatus.

She was suffering from smoke inhalation and was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital.

A smoke alarm alerted the neighbour, who called the Brigade after seeing smoke coming from her front door.

Three fire engines and 14 firefighters dealt with the fire at the four storied block of flats on Tavistock Road.

The fire damaged the communal hallway on the second floor, and adjoining flats were affected by smoke.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:29 am  

There’s doubt over whether Maria Sharapova’s pop up candy lounge will return to Wimbledon Village this year

The Sugarpova store has been a staple of the Wimbledon Tennis fortnight for the last few years.

Selling sweets, it brands itself as the fun, fashionable and sweet side of the tennis sensation.

But following the news Sharapova failed a drugs test, it’s unclear whether the store will be back this summer.

We’re awaiting a comment from the organisers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Man charged with historic child sex attacks in children’s care homes managed by Wandsworth and Lambeth councils

A man has been charged with 27 counts of sexual assault against children in care homes across London.

66 year-old Philip Temple is alleged to have abused 12 victims between 1971 and 1998.

The alleged offences took place in children’s care homes managed by Wandsworth and Lambeth councils and Christ the King Monastery in Southgate.

Mr Temple was also charged with two counts of perjury.

The charges were brought as part of Operation Trinity.

Temple was remanded in custody when he appeared at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.

He is due to appear at Croydon Crown Court on Wednesday the 6th of April.

The offences are alleged to have taken place in Lambeth before 1998.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 am  

Merge between Surrey hospitals is paused

Royal Surrey County Hospital and Ashford & St Peter’s hospitals have paused their merge.

The hospital trusts came to the joint decision and have agreed to work ‘on their own individual areas of challenge,’ before proceeding.

Both trusts believe the merge will create a bigger and stronger organisation, securing high quality services for their patients.

The chief executive of Healthwatch Surrey says it’s important that they keep the patients, their families and carers at the heart of their plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Fine handed out for misusing a Blue Badge in Sutton

A woman from Carshalton has been fined £1,150 for misusing a Blue Badge.

Mary Brien used two badges – but the permit holders went with her at the time.

Councillor Jill Whitehead says there’s a limited number of disabled parking spaces in Sutton, so they must be used by those who actually need them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 am  

Improvements to education to be made in Richmond

Proposals to improve Richmond College by creating an Education and Enterprise Campus have been given the green-light by planners.

Plans also include a new secondary and Clarendon SEN School.

Consultations are being carried out where residents can have their say.

Councillor Paul Hodgins says that the new facilities would provide high quality education for the whole borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:52 am  

Memorial service to take place today in Hersham

A service will take place today in Hersham to remember Vickers-Armstrong workers who died in 1940.

83 people were killed during an air raid, 5 of whom were unidentified.

The victims were buried in Burvale Cemetery without a memorial, until today.

The Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors have donated and marked a short dedication of the ‘Vickers’ memorials.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Missing teenager with links to Chelsea - is found safe and well

A missing teenage girl with links to Kensington and Chelsea has been found safe and well.

15 year old Sophia Babia was last seen in Westminster twelve days ago.

Police thanks the public and media for their assistance with the appeal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 am  

Road in Ham closed so toads can migrate

A road in Ham will be closed for two weeks, to allow toads to migrate.

Church Road will be shut from 4pm tomorrow until almost two weeks later, re-opening on the Thursday.

The toad population in the south-east has declined by more than 50% each year, with 20 tonnes being killed on the roads each year.

The Royal Parks are also warning cyclists to take extra care, when cycling after dusk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 am  

Parents of pupils in a schools in Woking are warned to be vigilant

A school in Horsell has issued a warning to parents, after an incident in the playground yesterday afternoon.

A man approached a young child in the infant playground of Sythwood Primary School at around 3.15 and started a conversation.

He left the grounds, when he was challenged by a suspicious parent.

The school have described the man as white, approximately 6ft tall with strawberry blonde facial hair on his chin.

The head teacher urges parents to be vigilant when dropping off and collecting children at school.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 am  

Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Vulnerable man missing from Streatham


Police are appealing for help to locate a vulnerable man missing from Streatham.

64-year old Maurice O’Reilly, known as Mossy, was last seen at around 9.15 this morning, when he left his care home in Streatham Common.

He is white, around 5ft 11 inches tall with a heavy build. He has facial scarring, a lump over his left eye and speaks with an Irish accent.

He was last seen wearing a beige jumper with white skinny trainers.

Officers are growing concerned for his wellbeing as Mr O’Reilly has a disorder which requires medication.

Anyone with information should call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 pm  

Two people arrested at Heathrow Airport in connection with the suspected female genital mutilation of a child

A 49 year old woman was arrested today at Heathrow Airport in connection with the suspected female genital mutilation of a child.

The woman was stopped as she arrived on a flight from Kenya early this morning.

An 8 year old girl, who was with her, has been placed in protective care.

A 45 year old man, who wasn’t on the plane, was also arrested at the airport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Man disqualified from driving sentenced to jail after driving home from Staines Magistrates Court

A man’s starting a prison sentence after leaving Staines Magistrates Court in his car having just been disqualified from driving.
Mazhar Ali, from Slough, was banned for a year after being charged with a drug driving offence.

He then drove home where police stopped and arrested him on suspicion of driving whilst disqualified.

Appearing before the same magistrates, the 27 year old was sentenced to 24 weeks imprisonment and had the ban increased to 28 months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 pm  

Trading Standards team from Surrey win award

A Trading Standards team from Surrey have received recognition at The National Improvement and Efficiency Social Enterprise 2016 awards.

In a joint effort with Buckinghamshire they won two silver awards for efficiency.

They were rewarded for their hard work merging the two operations, giving consumers stronger safeguards and businesses a better service.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 pm  

Hounslow Council encourages victims of sexual orientation hate crime to speak out

Hounslow Council’s created a survey to find out more about attitudes around lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender hate crime.

In partnership with the police and the council’s community safety team, it hopes to encourage victims to report the abuse against them.

It also aims to encourage victims to report the crimes against them, as around 35,000 cases in the UK go unreported every year.

The survey can be completed on Hounslow Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 pm  

Body found in Croydon

A body has been found in Croydon by officers searching for missing 20 year old, Jerome Rogers.

Formal identification is yet to take place however Mr Rogers’ next of kin have been informed.

He was last seen in the New Addington area on the 7th March at 10am.

Officers were called to reports of a body found in woodland off Featherbed Lane at 9.30pm yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:17 pm  

Cyclist makes first UK private prosecution for dangerous after near miss in Hounslow

A cyclist who claims he was nearly knocked over by a speeding sports car in Hounslow has brought the UK's first private prosecution for dangerous driving.

Barrister Martin Porter alleges driving instructor Aslan Kayardi ‘shattered’ the rules of the Highway Code when he overtook too fast and too close to him in his Audi Spyder.

But after police declined to take to take action against the motorist, the senior QC brought the case himself.

Mr Kayardi denies the charge of dangerous driving and the case continues.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:50 pm  

Croydon NHS failing safety regulations
Croydon NHS trust is amoung three hospitals in London with the worst score for safety regulations.

That's according to new league tables published today which saw the hospital tied with St Georges and Barts Health with a rating of 'poor.'

The figures highlight the trusts' responsibility to learn from mistakes.

It comes as junior doctors are staging a second 48 hour walkout over working hours.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:39 pm  

Kingston Council lays out plans for new look Portsmouth Road under Mini Holland scheme



In 2013, London boroughs were given the opportunity to bid for a share of £100 million worth of funding from the Mayor of London and Transport for London under the Mini-Holland programme.

This is a programme designed to encourage more people to cycle, more frequently and safer while providing better streets for pedestrians.

Kingston Council was one of just three authorities, the others being Waltham Forest and Enfield, who won this bid.

With an allocation of over £30 million, the council says it hopes to relieve the pressure of a growing population on the borough’s transport network by improving cycling facilities and road safety, whilst at the same time enhancing Kingston’s public spaces.



The Go Programme has two aspects
• the developments that will bring improvements in
road safety, transform cycling infrastructure and
enhance public spaces to key routes and spaces
across the borough; and
• the sustainable travel support activities that
provide information, advice and services to the
wider community encouraging the adoption of
cheaper, healthier and more sustainable travel
choices, such as cycling.



The programme aims to:
• prepare the borough to deal with future transport
demands alongside a growing population
• relieve public transport pressures by supporting
more sustainable travel choices and making better
use of existing spaces
• encourage more people to cycle and walk by
providing better and safer cycle links, footways
and crossings throughout the borough
• provide additional public spaces and attractive
features that will enhance the borough and
improve existing ones
• improve the quality of life for residents by
establishing better and safer links between key
locations, such as community facilities, workplaces,
shops, schools, attractions and open spaces

Kingston's population is expected to grow by 30% by 2050, meaning thousands more people using the roads.

The council says schemes like the above, are vital for cutting pollution and improving safety.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:59 pm  

Wanted man thought to be in Sutton


Police in Sutton have released an image of a man who’s wanted for failing to appear in court.

24 year old Aaron Jenkins was arrested on Christmas Eve for breaching a restraining order against his former girlfriend aged in her 20s.

He is also wanted on recall to prison for breaching the restraining order.

It was issued when Jenkins received a six week sentence for a public order offence outside the address of his former girlfriend.

Police believe Jenkins is hiding in the Sutton area and are appealing to anyone who knows where he is to call them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:57 pm  

Sadiq Khan announces plans to protect private renters

As London mayoral candidate, Sadiq Khan launched his election manifesto he announced a number of measures aimed at protecting private renters.

The Labour MP for Tooting promised this morning to "name and shame" landlords who’d been convicted of housing-related offences.

He claimed an "entire generation of Londoners" who rent privately have been "failed by the Tories".

However Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith criticised Mr Khan's plans saying they "don't survive even the gentlest scrutiny".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm  

Ashford crash

A ten-year-old boy has suffered serious injuries following a collision with a car in Ashford last night.

It happened just after 8 o'clock on Church Road, near to the junction of Stanwell Road.

He was taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting suffering with serious head injuries, which are described as life threatening.

The driver of the car, a man in his 30s from the Hampton area, wasn’t injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Man from Clapham charged with attempted murder

A man from Clapham has been charged with attempted murder following the stabbing of a teenager in Lambeth.

20 year old Lloyd Acheampong appeared in court also accused of affray, possession of an offensive weapon and cannabis.

He’s been remanded in custody and will re-appear in court next month.
A 16-year-old also arrested has been bailed pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

Surrey smoking ban

A voluntary smoking ban is being launched in children's play areas across Surrey today.

It’s to coincide with national No Smoking Day and will rely on the goodwill of people using them.

The scheme will feature artwork by children and has been launched with the help of Surrey County Council.

In Surrey alone, more the 1,400 a year die from conditions related to cigarettes. The aim is to discourage young people from smoking.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

Tube strikes

Concerns for safety on one of the London Underground's busiest routes - the Piccadilly Line - has prompted several strikes.

Members of the RMT union will walkout from 9pm on the 23rd and 24th.

Further strikes will take place from April 19th until the 22nd.

The union - which has 400 members working on the line - is taking action over what it calls "vindictive and aggressive management".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

Help needed to trace stolen stuffed animals



Detectives are appealing for the public's help to find a number of valuable stuffed animals stolen during a burglary.

The items were taken from a taxidermy warehouse in Wimbledon on Tuesday, the 1st of March between 7pm and 7.40pm and include lions, a giraffe, a zebra, a sloth and a chimpanzee in a top hat.

The thieves arrived in a Luton van with a grey cab and white body and used angle grinders to force their way into the premises.

They then made off with antiques including a globe plus 18 stuffed animals. The retail value of the items is around £100,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:52 pm  

Surrey Half Marathon

Hundreds of people will be taking part in the Surrey half marathon this Sunday.

Some are running for fun, others are running for charity.

Amongst the runners is Emma Mason who’s mum has Motor Neurone Disease.

She's raising money for Woking and Sam Beare Hospices.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

Woking Inquest continues on Deepcut soldier

A former army instructor who spoke to a young soldier at Deepcut barracks just moments before she died has said no-one interviewed him after her death.

Major Richard Rimmington told the inquest in Woking he’d always wondered if he’d been the last person to see Private Cheryl James alive.

The 18 year old was on guard duty when he drove into the Surrey Heath camp on the 27th of November 1995.

Cheryl was one of four recruits to die at the base in seven years - she was found dead with a bullet wound to the head.

The hearing continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 am  

National No Smoking Day: E-cigarette use in London is increasing

On National No-Smoking Day it’s revealed around 10 million people in the UK still smoke and roughly, 100,000 die every year from related causes.

But many people try and quit and now the use of e-cigarettes, has overtaken licensed nicotine replacement therapies such as NRT, gum or skin patches for the first time.

A fifth of smokers in London have used an e-cigarette when trying to cut down.

17% of Londoners smoke.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:34 am  

Major anti-doping-in-sport conference on at Twickenham Stadium in wake of Sharapove disclosure



Twickenham Stadium is playing host to a major conference on drug taking in sport.

Tackling Doping in Sport 2016 is on today and tomorrow and brings together leading experts to discuss the latest progress and strategies on the issue.

The conference provides an opportunity for professionals to gain a better understanding of the current problems in the sporting landscape.

The main premise is that every athlete has the right to compete in clean sport.

Meanwhile, the former head of the World Anti-Doping Agency is surprised no-one in Maria Sharapova's team knew that Meldonium had become a banned drug.

Dick Pound says tennis authorities had alerted players the substance was going to be illegal in sport from January.

Sharapova failed a test at the Australian Open - but she claims she's used it for health reasons for 10 years.

Mr Pound was talking from the Tackling Doping in Sport Conference, being held at Twickenham.

Every year, the summit brings together national and international sports federations, NADOs, NGBs, athletes and lawyers from over 70 different countries around the globe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Football: Chelsea face Paris Saint Germain tonight

Chelsea will try to make the quarter-finals of the Champions League this evening.

They face Paris Saint Germain at Stamford Bridge in their last-16 second leg - after losing 2-1 in the French capital.

PSG are currently 23 points clear at the top of their own domestic competition - they're looking for their first Champions League trophy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:44 am  

Rugby Union: England squad feeling good ahead of match on Saturday at Twickenham

England rugby union forward James Haskell says there's still a lot of improving to do under head coach Eddie Jones.

They have three wins from three in the Six Nations heading into Saturday's game with Wales at Twickenham.

After a disappointing World Cup, Haskell says there's a good feeling around the squad now.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 am  

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Residents are satisfied as 34 loudspeakers have been confiscated in Croydon

Peace has returned for the residents of a street in Croydon.

It’s after noise pollution officers and police raided a flat in Vanguard Close and confiscated 34 loudspeakers and a TV set.

The lives of neighbours of Michael Baker had been made a misery by months of his playing music in his one-bedroom flat at unreasonably high volumes all day and night.

Magistrates granted an application for the seizure of all of the sound-producing equipment causing the nuisance.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 pm  

St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey has cancelled procedures this week

A&E at St Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey has been forced to cancel a number of outpatient’s clinics and planned operations this week.

The 48 hour strike by junior doctors beginning tomorrow is partly to blame for the disruption, of which those affected have been contacted.

A very high number of attendances, particularly in paediatric A&E, as well as a norovirus outbreak have added to the pressure.

The hospital urges the public to help and think carefully about the best local health service to use to minimise the problem.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:29 pm  

Surrey Council calls for local MPs to back Crossrail 2

Surrey Council has called on local MPs to back plans for Crossrail 2, saying it’s ‘vital’ for the county’s economic success.

In a letter, the council’s described the project as an ‘exciting opportunity for Surrey and London’.

It also says for the local economy to function efficiently, it needs ‘world class infrastructure’ like Crossrail 2.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 pm  

Gunnersbury Park restoration receives another grant

Gunnersbury Park has received another huge boost to its transformation with a grant of over £450,000.

The money was given by Historic England, formerly known as English Heritage and will go towards repairing areas of the park.

The Gothic Ruins and screen, garden terraces and garden grotto will be restored as well as Princess Amelia’s Bath House.

The work is set to be completed on 30th June.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:12 pm  

Former London Olympics chief Lord Deighton has been named as the next chairman of Heathrow Airport

He will succeed Sir Nigel Rudd, who is stepping down later this year.

Lord Deighton says he will focus on boosting the airport's bid to build a third runway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:22 pm  

Chelsea news

Chelsea captain John Terry says he won't be back fit in time for their Champions League last-16 second leg with Paris Saint Germain tomorrow.

In a social media post, Terry says he's not recovered from a hamstring injury.

Guus Hiddink's side are 2-1 down in the tie.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:21 pm  

AFC Wimbledon look to cement play-off places


AFC Wimbledon can cement their place in the play-off positions with a victory against fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol Rovers.

Fulham- who sit just five points off the relegation places- face Burnley - who currently sit top of the Championship.

Elsewhere QPR host Derby, while Brentford’s clash with Hull is postponed due to the FA Cup.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Officers searching for a missing woman from Wallington have found a body.



Police searching for missing 67 year old Sandra Gingell, found a body this morning.

Whilst formal identification is still to take place, officers have informed Mrs Gingell's next of kin of the development.

Mrs Gingell's was last seen at her home address last friday night.

Officers making enquiries found a body in the garden of an empty address in Sandy Lane North.

The incident is being treated as non suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

A 16 year old from Clapham and a 20 year old from Brixton are currently in custody.

A 17 year old was stabbed near to Oval Tube station last month – he’s since been discharged from hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:23 pm  

Part of the Bentall centre in Kingston was evacuated earlier

The air ambulance was called just before 11am after a man in his 70s was taken ill inside the shopping centre.

One witness reported seeing the man in question fall from one of the escalators, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 pm  

It is feared that the “cat killer” of Croydon has struck again

A mutilated cat was found yesterday in Richmond, after two other bodies were found in Streatham and Tottenham Hale over the weekend.

Animal rights campaign Peta has offered a £5,000 reward for information on the perpetrator.

The mutilated animal was found in the Paradise Road car park in Richmond centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:53 pm  

Heathrow to announce new chairman

The owner of Heathrow airport is hoping to improve its chances of expansion when it names a former treasury Minister as its new chairman.

Heathrow Airport Holdings is due to announce Lord Deighton will take over from Sir Nigel Rudd at the top of the company later this year.

A spokeswoman for Heathrow declined to comment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 am  

Woking Police appeal for information after £15,000 worth of bikes stolen

Officers in Woking are appealing for anyone who may have seen high value racing bikes which have been stolen form a garage in Maybury.

Thieves stole the three machines from a locked facility sometime between 1pm on Friday, 4 March and 11.15pm on Saturday, the 5th of March.

The bicycles were part of a haul of five bikes valued at more than £15,000 – two of which have now been recovered.

Anyone with information should call Surrey Police on 101
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 am  

Paul Kennedy responds to latest Surrey crime statistics

After a 48% rise in violent crimes across Surrey, the Lib Dem candidate for the Police and Crime Commissioner has voiced his dismay.

Paul Kennedy has labelled it ‘disgraceful’ and said with further job cuts planned he’s worried for the future.

Figures obtained from UKCrimeStats also show a staggering 80% rise in violent crimes in the last two years.

The current commissioner said the rise is due to the police’s improvement in reporting crime, something that Kennedy disputes
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 am  

Sunbury school celebrates World Book Day with a difference

Children across the country took part in World Book Day last week but Springfield Primary in Sunbury went one better with an entire week’s worth of reading activities.

Book treasure hunts & teachers reading their own favourite stories to the children were among the activities at the school on Nursery Road.

Assistant Head David Baker said there was a really positive mood throughout the school all week and it was lovely seeing children of different ages being so enthusiastic about reading.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 am  

Scores of South London restaurants given '0' rating for hygiene.

A number of fast food chains in South London have been given the lowest rating of hygiene by the Food Standards agency.

In Wandsworth alone there were 21 restaurants given a ‘0’ rating, meaning major improvement is necessary.

In Kingston, 8 restaurants were given the lowest grading, while in Croydon there were 26 restaurants who scored 0 for hygiene.

Richmond and Hounslow fared better than their fellow boroughs with just four each.

A breakdown of each individual venue can be found here:
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 am  

Report into Council spending published in the last hour.

New research has revealed almost 700-million pounds has been paid out to local Councillors in allowances over the last three years.

The TaxPayers' Alliance says 208 councils raised the total bill for allowances and expenses between 2012 and 2015.

Croydon Council's total for the 3 years stood at just over 1.4 Million, while Kingston’s total stood just over £639,000.

Epsom and Ewell Council is in the bottom 10, standing at nearly a tenth of Croydon Council's total with £156,359


Below are the totals as detailed in the report:

Croydon: £1,456,862
Kingston:£639,403
Hounslow: £792,757
Richmond:£674,881
Epsom and Ewell: £156,359
Hammersmith: £718,973
Kensington & Chelsea :£1,089,829
Sutton: £888,745
Wandsworth: £1,003,804
Runnymede: £196,807
Woking: £285,789

The full breakdown can be found here

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:19 am  

15 universities have been named and shamed by the University College Union for paying women staff less than men

Royal Holloway in Egham is one of them – with a pay gap of over £4,000 for university professors.

There’s a staggering £10,000 pay gap between all male and female academic staff at St George’s Hospital Medical School in Tooting.

The report, “Holding Down Women’s Pay,” also names the 8 universities ranked in the top 30 in the UK with the largest pay gaps.

They include the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton and King’s College London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 am  

Monday, 7 March 2016

Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals and Royal Surrey County Hospital have paused their merge

Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals and Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS trusts have decided to pause their proposed merger.

They want more time to focus on the financial position and both have work to do on their own individual areas of challenge.

The deteriorating financial position at Royal Surrey is a significant contributing factor that’s been taken into account.

They believe the halt will allow them to create the solid foundation needed for the new organisation to be a success.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 pm  

Richmond Borough Youth Crime Conference labelled 'great success'

Over 100 young people from across Richmond Borough attended the Youth Crime ‘stay safe’ conference this week.

Issues that matter most to young people were discussed including substance misuse, sexual health, child exploitation and online protection.

They were able to share their views, listen to advice and take part in workshops and Councillor Tony Arbour said it was a ‘great success’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

Woman pronounced dead in Epsom

A woman was pronounced dead in Epsom this afternoon in an incident police are treating as unexplained.

Emergency services were called to The Green, near Longdown Lane, at around 1.45pm.

Enquiries remain on-going.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:26 pm  

Battersea’s Purr Minister votes are in



The battle for the ballot is over and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home can now reveal that Steve Reed, MP for Croydon North, has the best whiskers in Westminster with his cats Pixie and Smudge being the first feline duo to claw their way to high office by securing a winning 41% of the vote in this year’s Purr Minister competition.

The competition is now in its third year at the world renowned charity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:59 pm  

Khan aide resigns

The aide suspended by Labour’s London Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan over his offensive social media messages, has resigned.

Shueb Salar is alleged to have posted abusive language about women and homosexuals on Twitter, in 2012.

He has been working with the MP for Tooting since 2014.

He was suspended yesterday after the news broke, and tendered his resignation earlier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Tunisia's government says 45 people have been killed after extremists attacked a town near the Libyan border

Seven of those who died were civilians; the remainder were fighters and local security forces.

The attack comes amid growing international concern about Islamic State extremists, especially after several attacks last year in which dozens of tourists were killed including a couple from Lower Morden.

Janet and John Stocker were murdered when a gunman opened fire on a beach in Sousse last July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

Aslef Union drivers accept a new pay deal

London Underground train drivers with the Aslef union have voted to accept a pay deal for a new all-night Tube service.

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union have unanimously backed the deal.

The TSSA and Unite have yet to put the offer to their members.

An Aslef spokesman said the new agreement offered "real improvements in conditions".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:48 pm  

Investigation reveals immigrants in London are being targeted for fraud

An investigation’s found immigrants are being targeted by blackmailers, who pressure them into handing over thousands of pounds.

The research by a BBC programme found dozens of people who say they were deceived into revealing their personal details and handing over cash.

The victims state they received calls from men who claimed to be from the UK Visa and Immigration department.

The Home Office has said it's seen no evidence to support these allegations.

You can watch the full report on Inside Out London tonight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:38 pm  

Morrissey for Mayor?

The singer Morrissey is said to be "considering very seriously" an invitation to enter the London mayoral race.

An entry on his website revealed he had been asked to stand by the Animal Welfare Party.

They’ve told the BBC they asked the celebrity to represent them and to champion London as a world leading city for people and for animal welfare.

The vocalist said he wanted to speak out "against the hellish and archaic social injustice allotted to animals".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

Kew Gardens set to host new attraction

Kew Gardens is to host ‘The Hive’ a 17 metre high installation which was originally at the UK Pavilion at the Milan Expo last year.

The UK saw a 3.2% increase in visitor numbers in 2015, where the botanical gardens was one of the most visited attractions.

The top ten attractions were all in London, the British Museum being the most popular with over 6 million visitors.

Wolfgang Butress’ award winning design will be coming to Kew in June this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Two men charged with crime spree across Surrey and Kent

A man from Croydon’s been charged with 25 counts of burglary across Surrey and Kent

22 year old Peter Martin was accused, along with his alleged partner in crime Rhys Colley, of conspiring to enter 25 separate properties with intent to steal.

High value items were stolen during their alleged crime spree including jewellery, electrical items and vehicles.

The pair are currently on bail and will be appearing at Redhill Magistrates Court early next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 am  

A decision on expansion at Heathrow should not be based on environmental concerns

A study claims the expansion of Heathrow or Gatwick airports shouldn't be rejected on environmental grounds.

Research by the Independent Transport Commission says technological advances will lessen any impact.

It claims there have been "rapid" improvements on aircraft noise, carbon emissions and nitrogen oxide pollution over the past 30 years
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 am  

Jess Glynne will headline in Esher this summer

She is the latest act to sign up to an Evening of Races and Live Music at Sandown Park alongside Bryan Adams and Busted.

Her number-one charting debut album, ‘I Cry When I Laugh‘, has now turned double platinum in the UK.

That makes it the highest selling debut album of the past year.
She will be donating a portion of her fee to an equine charity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:02 am  

Sadiq Khan's aide suspended

One of Sadiq Khan's aides has been suspended after offensive social media messages were published.

Shueb Salar is alleged to have posted abusive language about women and homosexuals on Twitter, in 2012.

He has been working with the MP for Tooting since 2014, and has been suspended pending further investigations.

Mr Khan has not responded to any of Jackie's requests for interviews on any subject matter since last Summer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 am  

England Rugby side announce squad for Saturday's 6 Nations clash at Twickenham.

The England Rugby side have announced their squad ahead of Saturday’s clash with Wales in the 6 Nations at Twickenham.

Forward Ed Slater replaces the injured Courtney Lawes while Luther Burrell also joins up with the squad for Marland Yarde.

Back-row Ollie Devoto is fit again having been side-lined with concussion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:01 am  

Sunday, 6 March 2016

Has the 'Croydon Cat Killer' struck again?

A cat found dead in Streatham and another in Tottenham are believed to be the latest victims of the ‘Croydon Cat Killer’.

In the early hours of this morning one was found in Conifer Gardens, before a second was found hours later in Tottenham Hale.

South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty was alerted to the both the incidents this morning and collected the bodies for testing.

More than 40 cases of beheadings of cats have been reported over the last few years, all of which thought to be by the same person.

Anyone with information should contact the Met Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 pm  

Is your dog ready for the new micro-chipping law coming next month?

Are you prepared for the new law introduced next month which states your dog, aged over 8 weeks, must be micro-chipped?

Free services are available from the Dogs Trust in Hounslow, Croydon and ahead of the laws introduction on April the 6th.

The process involved putting a small micro-chip under the skin of your dog which helps to identify it if lost.

The following events are taking place in March between 11am-3pm :

Friday 11th Croydon Dog Day - Wandall Park
Thursday 24th – Knightsbridge Circus Roundabout
March 29th – Hounslow- Bear Road .

There are also various vets offering free chipping, you can find out more information here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Former Kingston MP backs Brexit.



A former Kingston MP and Chancellor Lord Lamont says he'll be voting for Britain to leave the EU.

David Cameron's already received pressure from two other Tories over his case that the UK should remain in the European Union.

Justice Secretary Michael Gove, and Boris Johnson are both warning that staying in could threaten the UK's security.

Lord Lamont says he’s not surprised there are rows about the referendum.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:50 am  

Fraudulent Fulham company director jailed

A man who hijacked other companies VAT numbers in attempt to steal over £125,000, has been jailed for two years.

Michael Bolton, who was sole director of two companies in Fulham, was found to have kept the VAT that he should have paid after an investigation by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.

Mr Bolton had charged VAT for the companies, despite the fact that his companies were not VAT registered.

The sentence follows Mr Bolton being found guilty at Exeter Crown Court in February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 am  

Jagger's first wife joins Putney MP on march



Putney MP Justine Greening has opened the Walk in Her Shoes march in London.

The International Development Secretary announced that the government will match twice over the money raised by today’s event.

Ms Greening has been joined by Mick Jagger’s first wife Bianca Jagger who campaigns on international issues and – by singer Annie Lennox.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

Call for debate over future of Fairfield Hall

'Save our Fairfield' campaigners have reacted with dismay to the news that the Fairfield Halls in Croydon will be closed in July .

They said they're 'disappointed' there is no operational plan or strategy for when it re-opens in 2018.

The group will continue to campaign for what it calls 'phased refurbishment' with the petition now at nearly 7,000 signatures.

Lead campaigner Any Hylton, said it should be debated in a council meeting for more transparency.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:39 am  

Longer life in Kingston means more care will be needed says Dep. Mayor



The deputy mayor of Kingston Geoff Austin says people in Kingston live longer than average.

He told concert-goers this means the borough is going to need a lot of care for dementia patients and the town’s hospital will need
roughly 3/4 of a million pounds to make a comfortable caring centre.

Councillor Austin was speaking at St Andrew’s Church in Maple Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:46 am  

Would your street be clean enough for the Queen if her Majesty were to visit?

That’s the question Keep Britain Tidy is asking as thousands of people up and down the country take part in one huge litter pick.

In Tolworth, residents and business owners have a bi-annual clear up in Broadoaks, a notorious route that runs behind the Broadway, which is used regularly by fly tippers, and which residents are powerless to stop.

Kingston Council says because the land is privately owned, it has not responsibility to collect the rubbish that continues to mount there.

However, the council is contributing to today's litter pick, by offering vans to help cart the fly-tip waste to the dump.

Jackie’s Charlie King is one of those taking part in today’s mass clear up in Tolworth.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 am  

Carshalton hosts historic samplers

Historic samplers dating back to the 19th century will be on display in Carshalton from today.

The Stitches in Time exhibition at the Honeywood Museum showcases the talent of needle workers and has work from children as young as 10.

Councillor Jill Whitehead, Chair of the Environment and Neighbourhood Committee at Sutton Council said the display offered a rare opportunity to enjoy these unusual artefacts.

The collection will be on display until Sunday the 22nd of May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:14 am  

Putney school celebrates competition win

Children at St Mary’s school in Putney have won a competition for a poster about air quality.

The winning pupils at St Mary’s were presented with a school banner showing all the posters entered.

A cheque of £100 pounds was handed to the school to spend on environmental projects.

It comes as Wandsworth is one of four boroughs in south west London trying to improve air quality.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 am  

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