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Saturday, 20 January 2018

A fire that broke out in Roehampton on Thursday is believed to have been caused by sunlight reflecting off a mirror


Half of a split level flat on the eighth and ninth floors of the building in Highcliffe Drive was damaged by the blaze at lunchtime.

One cat was rescued by fire fighters but no one was injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 pm  

AFC Wimbledon won 2-0 against Blackpool today

John Creasey has the details.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:44 pm  

The MP for Central Croydon has called for the government to pay for the removal of Grenfell-style cladding at a privately owned tower block in the area

Steve Reed wrote a letter to the Communities Secretary asking for £2m for the residents of Citiscape tower, which has the panels installed.

The leaseholders have been told by management that the costs would be covered by service charges, which they would have to pay for.

He suggested that alternatively, the government could waive VAT or offer loans to recover costs.

228 buildings, including Citiscape, failed fire safety tests in the weeks after the Grenfell fire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham’s Foodbank is getting a big cash boost.

The council is to give the set-up nearly one hundred thousand pounds.

The number of food parcels given to families visiting it last year was just over 9,000.

That’s almost double the number handed out the year before.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 pm  

Man taken to hospital in Tooting after stabbing in the early hours

A man has been taken to St George’s Hospital in Tooting following a stabbing at a pub in Merstham in the early hours.

Officers were called to the Railway Arms pub in London Road North at about 12.45.

Helicopter emergency medical service equipment was used by the paramedics on the scene.

It is not yet known what state the man is in.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Homelessness is to be tackled across Hammersmith and Fulham

Homelessness experts have published ground-breaking plans to put an end to rough sleeping in Hammersmith and Fulham.

Following research by the independent body a raft of recommendations have been made to the council.

These include expanding the authority’s pilot “Housing First Scheme.”

This is where rough sleepers are housed first and are then supported to stay in the borough and rebuild their lives.

108 rough sleepers took part in the research.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 pm  

Eden Hazard speaks about Chelsea's performance today

Chelsea have extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League to eight games.

The champions moved into the top three with a 4-0 victory at Brighton.

Winger Eden Hazard scored twice.

He says they played superbly.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

UPDATE: Concerns grow for missing Wandsworth man

Concerns grow for a 65-year old vulnerable man who absconded from a hospital in Wandsworth on Friday.

William Juett was last seen at Queen Mary's Hospital at 11 in the morning yesterday and is believed to have gone to Worcester Park.

William is described as white, around 5 ft 9 or 10 with receding grey hair.

He was wearing grey jogging bottoms and a black jacket. Anyone who has seen him or has any information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Chelsea into top three in Premier League

Chelsea are now into the Premier League's top three, after a win away to Brighton.

The champions moved level on points with Manchester United - for now - with a comfortable 4-0 victory at Brighton.

Hazard and Willian gave Chelsea a 2-0 lead just six minutes into the game, with two later goals from Hazard and Moses.

If Burnley beat Manchester United by four goals or more later, The Blues will move up to second place in the Premier League.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

Fulham, Brentford, AFC Wimbledon and Crystal Palace matches at 3pm

Football matches kicking off at 3pm:

In the Premier League, Crystal Palace are away to Arsenal.

In the Championship, Fulham are home to Burton Albion and Brentford are away to Reading.

In League One, AFC Wimbledon are home to Blackpool.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:21 pm  

Wandsworth extends a welcome to American embassy staff

The leader of Wandsworth Council, Ravi Govindia, has welcomed the staff at the new American embassy to the borough.

The Embassy opened to the public this week for consular services.

The formal opening of the embassy is scheduled for next month, but President Donald Trump cancelled his appearance at the event – calling the new location a ‘bad deal’.

The US Ambassador, Woody Johnson, says he’s excited to welcome people to the new building and looks forward to being good neighbours in Nine Elms.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Vulnerable absconder spotted in Kingston



A man in his sixties has absconded from hospital in Wandsworth and is believed to have travelled to Kingston yesterday afternoon.

Police are appealing for information on 65 year old William Juett and there’s a picture of Mr Juett here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:22 am  

"On your bike" for Croydonites

A scheme to get more people onto their bikes in Croydon is expected to be rubberstamped soon.

More cycle routes, bike racks and hire of public hire bikes are part of the council strategy.

The authority is giving £20 million to the project.

Work on three cycle highways on main routes, including from Croydon town centre towards Purley, is also due to start.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:53 am  

An ASBO for an Addlestone car park

A car park in Addlestone is the subject of an unusual anti social Order which means that only people who want to park their cars there are allowed inside.

Runnymede Council took the case to Court because young people have been hanging around the new multi storey car park.

Staines Magistrates heard that teenagers had been causing a nuisance by riding bicycles, swearing, racially abusing attendants, throwing things off the top floor and spitting.

People working there have felt intimidated and refused to work because of the abuse.

The ASBO has been granted for 3 months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 am  

Tooting MP calls for government action over increasing cladding costs

The MP for Tooting, Rosena Allin-Khan has accused companies of profiteering out of the Grenfell disaster.

She’s also a councillor for Wandsworth which is facing price hikes on recladding of a council block in Southfields.

The work was originally estimated to cost £5.5 million in October, but the Council has been warned it could now be closer to £9.9 million.

Another block is also facing a higher bill, with the cost for both buildings £12 million more than expected.

‘Highly volatile market forces’ have been blamed for the increase.

Ms Allin-Khan calls for the government to take immediate action to stop local authorities being further out of pocket.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 am  

Spelthorne police join multi force operation

A total of four arrests have been made across North Surrey and South East London thanks to a multi force operation.

It’s after Officers from Spelthorne and its neighbouring boroughs joined Thames Valley Police and the Met to tackle cross border criminality.

Operation Coeus provided a unified approach to disrupt, arrest and deter transient offenders in response to burglary and drug dealing.

The arrests included two for possession of knifes and two for possession of class A drugs as well as 15 stop searches.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 am  

Friday, 19 January 2018

Home Secretary meets officers from Surrey Police

Policing in Surrey has been the hot topic of the day as the Home Secretary met with officers from Surrey Police.

Amber Rudd talked to the Elmbridge Neighbourhood Policing Station in Esher to talk about issues affecting the area.

She met the Crime Commissioner David Munro and Chief Constable Nick Ephgrave to discuss recruitment, training, stop and search and retention.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 pm  

12 year boy is left gutted after missing out on Chelsea Mascot

A 12 year old boy is “gutted” after missing his chance to be a Chelsea mascot.

Roman, who was named after the day the team won the premiership in 2005, was stuck on a faulty Wimbledon bound train on Wednesday.

He’d left school early so he could be mascot, but got stuck at Earls Court as delays took hold of the District Line.

Bosses blamed a defective train for the chaos.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 pm  

A rap mixtape made by Richmond Actor has emerged online

A rap mixtape made by actor Tom Hardy in the 90s has emerged online.

The tracks were posted on the music sharing platform Bandcamp by Ed Tracy, who wrote and produced them.

The actor, who lives in Richmond, says the songs were made "in a bedroom" in 1999.

The writer and performer of the lyrics is listed as Tommy Number 1.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:50 pm  

The Old Bailey’s been hearing more about the murder of a woman in Kingston

20 year old Celine Dookhran was found in a freezer at a house undergoing development in Coombe Lane West last July.

33 year old builder Mujahid Arshid is charged with her murder, which he denies.

Jurors have heard how searches were found on his computer including “chest freezers for sale.”

Another woman managed to escape and alert police to the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The Save Merton Hall campaign continues tonight

Campaigners are still hoping they can save the interior of Merton Hall after the council agreed to hand it over to the nearby Elim Church group last year.

The Church in High Path is giving up its land to make way for a new school, The Harris Academy, but wants to re-model the historic hall.

Campaigners say the building must be saved "at all costs."

Speaking to Jackie News at the end of last year, Council leader Stephen Alambritis explains why he thinks the move will be beneficial for all.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 pm  

Pollution has "drastically dropped" in Putney High Street over the past year


(Cllr Cook)

Wandsworth Council says the news coincides with the introduction of a low emission bus zone.

More than 100 buses use the route every hour.

The high street used to be the second most polluted in England behind Oxford Street.

But data from the council’s air monitoring station shows that last year, levels of nitrogen dioxide in the air were breached eight times.

In comparison, in 2016 they were breached 403 times.

In 2012 there were 1,726 breaches meaning that since then there has been a 99% reduction in harmful pollution levels.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

A woman from Streatham who was trampled on by her horse, has had her face rebuilt during a 10 hour operation

Libby Keating was unrecognisable after her face was crushed by Barney, last October in woodlands in Esher.

She was taken to St George's Hospital, in Tooting, where the operation was undertaken to recreate the subtle features of her face.

In an interview with the BBC, she says she was amazed surgeons were able to reconstruct her face using old photographs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Harlequins has announced that Saracens and England winger Nathan Earle will join the club next season

Earle was named in England’s Six Nations squad yesterday.

Director of Rugby, John Kingston, says he is delighted to have Nathan join next season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 pm  

The MP for Chelsea and Fulham met with the Chief Executive of Stoll Veterans today to discuss housing plans



Ed Tytherleigh and Greg Hands discussed proposals to re-build Stoll veterans housing in Fulham.

This comes just days after the housing association announced it will sell part of its site to Chelsea Football Club.

Stoll Veterans hope to use the money to build new social housing and communal facilities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:41 pm  

A woman has died following an accident in Shepperton

The collision happened on the 11th of January in Charlton Road

It involved a Grey Citroen Xsara Picasso, a parked car and a pedestrian.

The pedestrian was taken to hospital where she died the following day.

The driver of the Citroen was arrested on suspicion of drink driving.

Police are keen to speak to any witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A cyclist is in hospital with serious injuries after being involved in a collision on the busy Reigate road in Epsom

The man was believed to have been riding a push bike when he was hit at around 6 o’clock this morning.

The road was closed for over 6 hours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A 76-year-old former teacher has been jailed for indecently assaulting two young girls in Egham in the 60s



Leslie Driver from Milton Keynes was arrested in September 2015 after his victims disclosed the sexual abuse inflicted on them.

The acts took place at a property in Egham where Driver was staying as a lodger.

The court heard how he forced each girl to engage in sexual activity on a number of separate occasions between July 1962 and July 1963.

Detective Constable Suzy Marten, who led the investigation, said:

“The victim had never told anyone about the abuse he had suffered at the hands of Luck until he came to us because he knew he had speak out to stop others from being abused like he had been. He had not even told his family what he had been through until the court case last week.”

DC Marten continued: “The victim must be commended for the immense bravery he has shown by coming forward and re-living the trauma of the abuse he suffered as a child. I hope the sentence given to Luck brings some level of closure to the victim.

She added: “If anyone is, or has been, in a similar situation - please come forward and tell someone who can help you. Our team of specially trained officers will ensure that all allegations are thoroughly and robustly investigated.”

Speaking about the abuse he suffered, the victim said:

“Coming forward and reporting the abuse I suffered at the hands of Luck was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do but I wanted to prevent others from suffering the way I had. I had never told anyone what he did to me - I never felt I could. The only thing harder than coming forward is living with the secret and the memories every day.

“I am grateful to Surrey Police for the help and support they have given me over the last few years and I would like to encourage anyone who has been the victim of similar abuse to come forward and report it as soon as possible.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 pm  

The people of Kingston are being urged to have their say on proposed changes to the Riverside at Canbury Gardens



The council wants to create new guidelines on how the area can be best used.

It says once agreed, the guidelines can be used to apply for funding to bring about improvements to areas such as transport.

Some councillors would like to see the introduction of a heritage trail along the route.

The consultation is open until March the 18th online or at the borough’s libraries or the town’s Guildhall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

The mayor of London says he wants a judicial review into the release of convicted sex attacker John Worboys even if the government doesn't.

Worboys was jailed in 2009 for a string of sexual assaults in his black cab across South West London.

Sadiq Khan says it's "astonishing and extremely disappointing" that ministers won't try to prevent him from released.

The rapist could be freed within weeks, after the justice secretary said he wouldn't fight a decision by the Parole Board.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Residents of the blocks in the shadow of Grenfell Tower do not want to resume paying rent

Residents have hit out at plans for them to resume paying rent and service charges.

Those living in blocks directly under the tower in North Kensington, told of how they were experiencing issues with plumbing, rubbish chutes and hot water.

Some 246 households are living in the three blocks, which were temporarily evacuated after the fire.

80 are in emergency accommodation, feeling unable to return.

From the end of January residents are due to start paying rent and service charges, which have been suspended for the seven months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Calls by Project Shout for all landlords to fit CO2 alarms after death of man from Bedfont

Half of people renting a private property have not had a carbon monoxide alarm installed by their landlord.

That’s the worrying statistic from campaign group Project SHOUT.

37 year old Simon Kilby was renting a room in Bedfont in 2008 when he became ill.

He was left in a 'waking coma' by toxic fumes from a faulty boiler, dying 8 years later in 2016; a plumber was cleared over the tragedy.

Simon’s niece Chloe has joined SHOUT’s campaign calling for CO2 alarms to be fitted in all homes.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Kingston Hospital’s private Coombe Wing is to change hands

The Trust’s contract with current operator BMI Healthcare comes to an end at the end of this year.

The Trust has identified company One Healthcare as its preferred bidder to take over the running of the wing.

It says it will now start the handover process subject to negotiation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 am  

Sunbury teenager pleads not guilty to charges over Parsons Green attack

A teenager from Sunbury has denied responsibility for the Parsons Green terror attack which injured 30 Tube travellers last year.

Ahmed Hassan was charged with attempted murder and using a chemical compound to cause an explosion likely to endanger life.

The 18 year old appeared via video link, he spoke only to enter not guilty pleas to both charges before he was remanded in custody

A further hearing was set for 23rd February
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Did you see a collision between a van and a red Nissan Micra on Merton High Street?

Police are appealing to find anyone that has any information about an incident in Merton.

On the 7th January a passenger was hit by a car at the crossroads of the High Street and Kingston Road.

Police say there was a collision between a van and a red Nissan Micra.

Shortly after both vehicles stopped at the bus stop and the Micra collided several times with the passenger of the van. There were no serious injuries.

Anyone with any information should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Epsom singer will judge the BBC's new programme 'All Together Now'

A singer from Epsom will join the judging panel when a new talent contest hits our screens later this month.

Shena Winchester is probably best known for playing Whitney Houston in the docu-drama, “The last hours of Whitney Houston.”

But she’s lent her musical knowledge to the BBC’s forthcoming “All Together Now.”

Shena explains why this show is not like others that have been on TV before.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Kingston becomes the first hospital to use new 20 minute flu tests on patients

Kingston Hospital has become the first in the country to use a new, quicker test for the flu virus by the bedside.

Point of Care Testing was introduced to the A&E department last month.

It uses a molecular analyser to test for flu and gives results in just 20 minutes.

Between the 21st and the 31st of December the test was done 87 times, with a third of cases testing positive.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

The first phase of one of the biggest council house building programmes in the country is underway in Wandsworth

The £150 million “Building Homes for Wandsworth People” was launched last year.

Of 1,000 new homes, 60.5% will be made available at discounted rates to people who work or live in the borough.

Rented council homes will be available starting at 35% of market rents.

Potential sites for house building include the Kersfield Estate, Randall Close Day Centre and the Eastwood South Estate.

Some of the sites listed will be renovated so they can still be used as community hubs, while others will be moved completely to make way for the new homes.

Last year, 90% of shared ownership homes in Wandsworth were bought by people living or working in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Sunbury teenager will appear in court today over Parsons Green Tube attack

A teenager's due in court, accused over the Parsons Green Tube attack in Fulham last September, which injured 30 people.

Ahmed Hassan is charged with attempted murder and using a chemical compound to cause an explosion likely to endanger life.

The 18-year-old from Sunbury is due to enter a plea at the Old Bailey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

Half of people renting a private property have not had a carbon monoxide alarm installed by their landlord

That’s the worrying statistic from campaign group Project SHOUT.

37 year old Simon Kilby was renting a room in Bedfont in 2008 when he became ill.

He was left in a 'waking coma' by toxic fumes from a faulty boiler, dying 8 years later in 2016; a plumber was cleared over the tragedy.

Simon’s niece Chloe has joined SHOUT’s campaign calling for CO2 alarms to be fitted in all homes.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Harlequins' Boyce gets England call-up

Harlequins loose head prop Lewis Boyce is among eight uncapped players named in Eddie Jones’ England rugby union squad to face Italy in the Six Nations.

England play their opener in Italy on Sunday, February the 4th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 am  

Winter crisis still affecting Croydon hospital

The latest NHS figures show that the winter crisis continues unabated.

This month five London hospitals ran out of beds for several days and one for a week.

During the second week of January North Middlesex hospital was at 100% capacity on five days and Croydon on three days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 am  

Thursday, 18 January 2018

Police release picture in connection with a courier fraud case



Surrey Police have released a photograph in connection with a scam in which a 93-year-old gentleman lost more than £3,200.

The victim, who is from Banstead, received a call from a scammer in November, who pretended to be from his bank.

The elderly man was duped into handing over his cards and pin number, after being told on the phone that he was a victim of fraud and that new cards would be arriving later that day.

This type of scam is known as ‘courier fraud.’

Police have appealed for anyone with information and are warning that one should never give bank cards to a courier and that a bank will never ask for a pin number over the phone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 pm  

Hounslow Council welcomes £15m cash injection to combat knife crime

Hounslow Council has welcomed the announcement from the Mayor of London this week that he has allocated an extra £15 million to boost police resources and help tackle knife crime.

The money is part of a new £49 million pot of funding that will be made available to the Metropolitan Police.

Councillor Hanif Khan says the increased use of stop and search in Hounslow is already delivering results, with 11 individuals brought to justice so far.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 pm  

Putney MP Justine Greening criticises government Heathrow expansion plans

Putney’s MP Justine Greening has criticised the government over its plans to expand Heathrow in the Commons.

Ms Greening, who quit the Cabinet after refusing a job as work and pensions secretary, is at odds with the transport secretary over the matter.

Chris Grayling, who is also MP for Epsom, says he believes expansion is "hugely important" for the UK.

The third runway public consultation re-opened in October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:38 pm  

Fire has damaged a block of flats in Roehampton

Half of a split level flat on the eighth and ninth floors of the building in Highcliffe Drive was damaged by the blaze earlier.

One cat was rescued by firefighters but no one was injured.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:36 pm  

Battersea Power Station is to become the most expensive building ever to change hands in Britain

It’s after it was announced the Grade II listed site is to be sold for a record £1.6 billion.

The announcement was made on the Malaysian Stock Exchange this morning.

If the sale goes ahead, ownership of the building, but not the surrounding land, will transfer from the Malaysian consortium that owns the development company to two Malaysian government-backed investors.

It’s after costs doubled from an initial forecast of about £750 million to around £1.5 billion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The trial’s continuing at the Old Bailey today of a man accused of the rape and murder of his niece in Kingston

20 year old Celine Dookhran was found inside a freezer at a property undergoing development in Coombe Lane West last July.

33 year old Mujahid Arshid is charged with the rape and murder of his 20-year-old niece.

The builder is also accused of the rape and attempted murder of a woman in her 20s who cannot be identified for legal reasons.

She escaped and led police to Ms Dookhran's body.

Arshid and his co - defendant deny murder, and the trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Strong winds overnight have led to disruption across South West London



Passengers were evacuated from a train and near Hinchley Wood station this morning after a tree fell across the track (pictured).

Meanwhile, a roof partially collapsed onto the front garden of a property on Meadow Road in Sutton.

A tree fell onto a car in Strawberry Lane in Carshalton.

A sign was blown into a precarious position on Putney High

Street and some lead sheeting was blown loose from a roof in Chelsea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Kingstonian FC finally has a new home

The team, which was made homeless when Chelsea Ladies took over Kingsmeadow, is going to ground share with Corinthian-Casuals.

They’ll use King George’s Fields in Tolworth during 2018-19 season from next August.

Joint statement.


Kingstonian FC and Corinthian-Casuals FC are delighted to announce their intention of securing a ground share agreement for King George’s Fields during season 2018-19.

Subject to approval from various governing bodies, the ground share will come into effect from 1st of August 2018 bringing Kingstonian Football Club back into the borough and creating a strong community-orientated presence in the greater area.

The Directors of Kingstonian together with the Corinthian-Casuals Executive Committee are working towards planning a thriving long-term future for both clubs.

With this in mind, talks regarding a partnership between both clubs and the consequent development of shared facilities whilst remaining independent are in an advanced stage, as we look to ensure both Corinthian-Casuals and Kingstonian flourish in a first-class environment at King George’s Fields within the Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames.

Both clubs are extremely grateful to everyone involved for embracing this ground share with positivity and grace as we move forward together.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Overseas students at St Mary’s University in Strawberry Hill are boosting the economy by as much as £43 million

That’s according to a recent study by business management consultant, London Economics.

It also shows that Britain as a whole benefits to the tune of £25bn a year from overseas students.

Twickenham’s MP Vince Cable is calling on the Government to stop counting them as immigrants, because of their contributions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Twickenham has entered the history books

It’s been designated one of the country’s 100 most important historical places to visit, and it’s all thanks to the rugby stadium.

Historic England has published a list of 100 key locations, and it cites the 110 year old sports venue as one of the country’s “must sees.”

Other venues that have made it onto the list include
Wimbledon All England Club, Lords and Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Wandsworth Council has teamed up with the London Festival of Architecture



It’s launched a competition to improve Thessaly Road Railway Bridge.

It follows long-standing plans by the council to improve the bridge following consultation with residents.

The winning team will be awarded £20,000 to develop the design which, subject to planning, will be installed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Youngers are being encouraged to become Urban Rangers at Morden Hall Park

Owners National Trust says it’s a chance to gain “practical skills and experience in conservation, food growing and horticulture”.

They’ll also learn about the different kinds of wildlife and track the increase in species on-site.

Money for the rangers scheme has been put up by The Big Lottery Fund.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

Epsom police officer receives £600 grant

A Surrey Police Officer has been given a £600 grant.

It’s from the Police Mutual’s national community sponsorship programme Force for Good.

Michael Maguire from Epsom will use the grant for a course that will allow him to teach exercise programmes to those recovering from cancer.

Michael says it was his wife’s recent cancer diagnosis that led to him registering with the charity Cancer United who run the initiative.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 am  

Chelsea boss says video assisted referee isn't clear enough

Chelsea are into the FA Cup fourth round - but only after a gruelling third round replay with Norwich at Stamford Bridge.

They won on penalties after a 1-all draw.

Alvaro Morata was sent off near the end of extra time after diving - and then protesting to referee Graham Scott.

Willian was also yellow carded for that offence.

The video assistant decided not to intervene.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says it's not clear enough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

£230,000 for Croydon Council to help child asylum seekers

Croydon council has been handed more money to help care for unaccompanied children seeking asylum.

It’s been awarded £230,000 to help find foster places for them in the borough.

The cash will be provided over the course of the next two years.

Asylum seekers present to the town on arrival as that’s where the UK’s immigration division of the Home Office is based.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Residents of a Croydon tower block could have to pay up to £2 million to replace cladding

Residents of a privately-owned tower block with the same cladding as Grenfell Tower may have to foot the bill to replace it.

Replacement cladding could cost up to £2 million.

Citiscape in Croydon was one of 228 buildings to fail safety tests after the disaster which claimed 71 lives.

With 95 flats affected, each household share could be between £13,000 and £31,000 the Guardian has reported.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Multiple drug dealing convictions for people from Epsom, Walton and Sunbury

16 people have been imprisoned for a combined total of over 48 years for dealing class A drugs including cocaine and heroin.

19 search warrants were carried out in Addlestone, Sunbury, Stanwell, Walton, Epsom, Cobham and Chertsey.

The ages of the people convicted range from 20 to 49 years old.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Richmond’s popular outdoor swimming pool is to stay open for longer

Pools in the Park will increase its winter hours from next month due to high demand.

The move means it has taken on more staff.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Father and daughter rewarded for helping to track down a criminal in Chertsey

A father and his daughter have been commended by a judge for their role in tracking down a man who stabbed a stranger in Weybridge.

Cheick Cisset stabbed his victim five times in July last year on Thames Street.

A passing driver saw Cisset leave the area and followed him in his car while his daughter phoned the police.

They were given a Sheriff's award of £500 at the hearing at Kingston Crown Court last Friday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Croydon grime artist Stormzy has been nominated for Best British solo artist at this year’s NME Awards

He goes head to head with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher and Charli XCX.

Winners are voted for by the public and announced at the ceremony on the 14th of February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 pm  

Chelsea are into the FA Cup fourth round

But only after being taken all the way to penalties by Norwich at Stamford Bridge in their replay.

The Championship side equalised deep into stoppage time to earn a 1-all draw - before Antonio Conte's men eventually won 5-3.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 pm  

Theresa May has been accused of negligence over the collapse of Carillion, Britain's second largest construction company

Labour's demanded to know why the government kept awarding contracts to the firm, despite a series of profit warnings.

The party claims it's proof that private firms are exploiting public-sector work.

Epsom and Ewell Mp Chris Grayling, who oversees projects run by Carillion, disagrees.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 pm  

The Duchess of Cambridge has made a special trip to Mitcham



Bond Primary School was treated to a visit from Kate who came to see the work of the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative.

Her Royal Highness also had the opportunity to participate in a few drills with the youngsters.

The coaching programme, which was founded in 2013, has introduced over 195,000 children in Merton and Wandsworth to tennis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

A man found guilty of stealing mailbags more than 40 years ago has had his name cleared

62 year-old businessman Stephen Simmons from Dorking was sent to a borstal in the 1970s despite always protesting his innocence.

He managed to get his conviction overturned after Googling the name of his arresting officer and finding he'd committed a similar crime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Chelsea will be without Cesc Fabregas tonight for their FA Cup 3rd round replay against Norwich

He and Gary Cahill are both suffering from hamstring problems.

15 million pound signing Ross Barkley is also unable to play after he wasn’t signed on in time.

Chelsea are looking to get back to winning ways after drawing their last 3 games 0-0.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:33 pm  

Pair wanted for North Surrey burglaries

Police are appealing for help in finding two men wanted in connection with burglaries in North Surrey.

29 year old Marjo Marku is Albanian and known to frequent the Bexley and Hounslow areas.

55 year old David Stanley is from Hounslow, but could also be in the Virginia Water, Egham or Staines areas.

Anyone with information is asked to call surrey Police on 101.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Missing Croydon teenager



Police are appealing for help in finding a 16 year old from Croydon who’s gone missing.

Joshua Bukovenczi was last seen on 5th January.

Anyone with information is asked to call Surrey Police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

Builder in court over Kingston murder

A builder charged with the kidnap, rape and murder of his 20 year old niece in Kingston has appeared in court.

Celine Dookhran was found in an empty house on Coombe Lane West in July last year.

Mujahid Arshid, 33, was said to be obsessed with his niece.

He is also accused of the rape and attempted murder of another woman in her 20s who cannot be identified.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 pm  

Heathrow Airport has outlined proposals to build on greenbelt land

Heathrow Airport has outlined proposals to build on greenbelt land as part of its bid to build a third runway.

It wants to install a new car park for the airport on Little Harlington Playing Fields.

The nearby immigration centre would also be re-homed.

The proposals came to light during a meeting of the Transport Select Committee yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

700 people living in Kingston chose to become fully fledged British citizens last year

The council conducted 19 large ceremonies and a number of private ceremonies throughout the year.

Attending a citizenship ceremony and being presented with your British Naturalisation Certificate is the final step in the process of becoming a British citizen.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

People in Richmond have set a new recycling record

They recycled almost 2,000 small electrical items in just one week at the start of this month.

It’s as part of the council’s WEEE, or Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment, collection campaign.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

Officers have praised a woman seen on CCTV interrupting a burglary in progress at a property in Claygate

The woman was in her front garden, last Wednesday when she heard an alarm going off at a house nearby.

When she saw two men leave her neighbours house, she attempted to stop the burglars herself but when they ran off she noted the getaway car’s number plate and contacted police.

Later that day police stopped the vehicle in Brixton and arrested a man on suspicion of burglary.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Chelsea will be hoping their mini goal drought ends tonight

The Premier League champions haven't scored in their last three games going into the FA Cup third round replay at home to Championship side Norwich.

Boss Antonio Conte doesn't think their current fixture schedule is helping.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Morris Men in Ewell raised over £1100 for charities through their Boxing Day dance tour

The money will be divided between St Mary’s Church Ewell, and the Mayor’s Charities.

These include E&E Citizens Advice, the Lower Mole Countryside Trust and the Sunnybank Trust.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

A new team is making it easier for women to give birth at home in Epsom and Sutton

Epsom and St Helier hospitals’ Home Birth Team is aiming to offer more choice to those who want to have their babies at home.

The trust says it has always had a strong tradition of offering home births.

An average of 5 to 10 babies were born at home each month last year in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

More young people now live in Croydon than anywhere else in the capital

With that in mind, nominations have opened for the borough’s first ever Young Mayor.

Set up by the council, the aim is to give youngsters a larger say on issues that matter most to them by electing their own ambassador.

Voting is open to people aged between 11 and 18, while candidates will be required to be aged between 14 and 17.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

Hampton stabbing victims appear in the 100th episode of 24 Hours in A&E

A TV show that focuses on the A&E department at St George’s Hospital in Tooting celebrated its 100th episode last night.

24 Hours in A&E is a Channel 4 docuseries and is now into its 14th series.

Last night’s episode was entitled ‘Wrong Place Wrong Time’.

It followed three of the victims from the Hampton stabbing attack in May 2016.

Four women in total were attacked in the Sainsbury’s car park off The Avenue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Heathrow says feedback will help shape third runway plans

Heathrow says the feedback it receives during a public consultation will help shape its plans for a third runway.

The airport has revealed a number of infrastructure proposals - like tunnelling the M25 and the location of new terminal facilities.

Responses can be submitted at public events near the west London hub or via a special website, email or post.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Three men have been jailed for a combined total of 39 years for a series of firearm offences in Wandsworth

Officers investigated four firearm offences which took place in Lambeth and Wandsworth between August and September 2016.

It was the ammunition left at the scene that connected the crimes.

Richard Ojo, Myron Hyllam and Mamud Mansaray were found guilty of various offences.

The offences include conspiracy to possess a firearm with intent to endanger life, and conspiracy to rob.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Sutton is the safest borough in London for robbery and theft

Data from the Metropolitan Police has been collected for robberies and thefts in October 2017.

It found Sutton had the fewest, with just 31, compared with the highest - Camden, which had 1,019.

Croydon and Wandsworth both had 111; Merton had 47 and Kingston 44.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:36 am  

Kensington and Chelsea police merger criticised

According to the leader of Westminster City Council, plans to merge policing in Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea will lead to fewer experienced officers in some of the capitals worst crime areas.

Tory council leader Nickie Aiken says that local intelligence gathering and residents’ confidence in the police could suffer as a result.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:47 am  

Grenfell housing boss finally quits

The housing chief responsible for running Grenfell Tower has finally stepped down more than six months after the tragedy in North Kensington.

Robert Black the former boss of the Kensington and Chelsea tenants’ management organisation quit just before New Year despite pressure to go since the fire.

The body said he’d been helping the police investigation and public inquiry into the fire which took 71 lives.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 am  

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

The Shelter Project Hounslow has been awarded a £20,000 grant

The money is to help strengthen essential services for homeless people in the area.

The project is a joint churches initiative in Hounslow, running winter night shelters for homeless men in the coldest months.

The grant will give much needed funding to support TSPH to buy the supplies they need for their guests, train new volunteers and employ a caseworker.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:43 pm  

Mole Valley Housing Team hold charity raffle to help people from low income households

The Mole Valley Housing Team held a charity raffle that raised over £1000.

Besom work to assist vulnerable and low income households by providing furniture and white goods, donated by members of the public.

The top prize in the raffle was a three night stay at the Lake District at Waitby School, provided by Environmental support services.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 pm  

Sutton Council will help young people who risk going into care to access specialist therapy

Vulnerable young people who are at risk of going into care can now access specialist therapy, thanks to a new scheme managed by Sutton Council.

The Positive Families Partnership will work with over 350 young people involved in serious anti-social behaviour or substance misuse.

The scheme will be set goals and will only be paid if it succeeds in meeting them.

It’s being run in five boroughs, including Sutton and Merton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 pm  

Hounslow Council endorses a new 'schools led' education partnership

Hounslow Council has agreed to invest a total of £500,000 over three years to fund a ‘schools led’ Hounslow Education Partnership.

HEP is expected to deliver school led improvement services to all state-funded schools in Hounslow.

It will be set up in April as a not for profit organisation Schools Company, subject to Department of Education approval.

Hounslow Council believes it will further strengthen the quality of education on offer to local families.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 pm  

Police have released an image of a man who allegedly assaulted another passenger on the 8.28pm train from Clapham Junction to Brighton.

The man was working on his laptop when he saw the 46 year old purported victim was looking at his screen, and asked him to stop.

However, when the passenger moved to another seat, the man allegedly punched him in the head then left the carriage.

Anyone with information should contact the British Transport Police.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:03 pm  

Police have released CCTV footage of a man who allegedly stole money from vending machines at East Croydon and Sutton train stations last year

Six sweet vending machines were broken into at the stations in the early hours of November 29th and the cash boxes were emptied.

Anyone with information should contact the British Transport Police.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

A 13 year old girl has gone missing from Croydon

Zarha Codsi was last seen yesterday at around 8pm, wearing a black top & pajamas.

Zarha is described as 5 ft 5 white female, medium build with black & red dyed hair.



Anyone with information can contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

The Evening Standard has launched a campaign to eliminate the use of plastic straws in London

Among those participating is Meat Liquor, who are abandoning straws in its nine London outlets, including Croydon.

“The Last Straw” comes four days after the government announced plans to eliminate plastic waste in Britain within 25 years.

Plastic straws are used on average for 20 minutes, but take 500 years to break down, compared to 12 weeks for corn or starch alternatives.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 pm  

Police are appealing for the public's help to find a wanted woman from Addlestone



A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a woman from Addlestone.

28 year old Colleen Kennedy is wanted for to failing to appear in court for drugs offences.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

A man from Stanwell has been given a two year Criminal Behaviour Order



A man from Stanwell has been given a two year Criminal Behaviour Order in a bid to tackle his anti-social behaviour and drug activity.

22 year old Jack Beagley is banned from associating with named individuals in any public place in the borough of Spelthorne.

He’s also been barred from the Five Bells pub in Stanwell.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

London has entered the third week of January without breaching legal air quality limits for the first time in 10 years

Every year the city’s toxic air has exceeded legal hourly pollution cap for nitrogen dioxide within the first few days of the New Year.

Putney High Street, Oxford Street and Brixton Road are among the pollution hotspots that have usually broken the limit.

The hourly limit is still likely to be exceeded later this month but later than usual as a result of anti-pollution measures and blustery, wet weather so far this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:27 am  

A new team is making it easier for women to give birth at home in Epsom and Sutton

Epsom and St Helier hospitals’ Home Birth Team is aiming to offer more choice to those who want to have their babies at home.

The trust says it has always had a strong tradition of offering home births.

An average of 5 to 10 babies were born at home each month last year in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

Revised plans for a new, quieter cycling route in Richmond are to be consulted on this week

If given the go ahead, it would encompass a part of Wandsworth, Richmond Park’s Ham Gate and Teddington Lock footbridge.

“Quietways” are primarily aimed at new cyclists, and those who would prefer to cycle on quieter routes at a gentler pace.

In many places they only require route signs and road markings, but some sections will require further remodeling work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

Hounslow Council has joined an international initiative aiming to eradicate HIV

The Paris Declaration has also been signed by Public Health England and NHS England and it hopes to end infections by 2030.

In 2016, 721 residents in Hounslow received HIV related care.

Councillor Kamaljit Kaur says that to reach their goal they’ll “require education, testing and access to treatment services”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Car parking charges could be about to increase across Mole Valley following a 9 year freeze

The Council is proposing upping its charges from 60p to £1 per hour.

The new charges are set to come into effect from the 1st of August.

A spokesman says the rates have been very low since 2009, and “it’s time to bring them in line with comparable areas”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

New Stamford Bridge Development can finally start

Chelsea’s £1bn development of their new stadium moves a step closer as Hammersmith and Fulham Council prevent an injunction blocking the plans.

A neighbouring family had argued that the 60,000 seater stadium at Stamford Bridge would block light into their home.

The Mayor of London signed the planning permission off a year ago but after the objection, Chelsea had offered the family a few financial offers, which they refused.

The Blues expect to stay in their existing stadium until the end of the 2019-20 season, before having to re-locate for up to four years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 am  

Young people living in Croydon reaches a high

More young people now live in Croydon than anywhere else in the capital.

With that in mind, nominations have opened for the borough’s first ever Young Mayor.

Set up by the council, the aim is to give youngsters a larger say on issues that matter most to them by electing their own ambassador.

Voting is open to people aged between 11 and 18, while candidates will be required to be aged between 14 and 17.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 am  

Chelsea could be interested in signing a player from Arsenal

It’s believed that Chelsea are interested in making a move on Alexis Sanchez.

It’s thought that Manchester City have ended their attempts to sign him from Arsenal during the current transfer window.

They’ve decided any deal to sign the Chile forward will be too expensive, after his contract is due to run out in the summer.

Elsewhere in The Blues’ squad, Antonio Conte has confirmed Ross Barkley remains on course for a place on the team sheet soon, ‘a young player with great potential.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 am  

Information sought after two motorbikes stolen from Ewell showroom

Two high value motorbikes have been stolen from a showroom in Ewell.

It happened at Autoficcina in Ruxley Lane in the early hours of Monday morning.

They also caused damage to two other high value vehicles while escaping the site.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

A woman has been attacked by youths in Staines

A woman has been attacked in Staines.

The victim was walking to her friend’s house through Stainash Parade at around 5.55pm on Friday when four youths asked her for the time.

As she showed them her phone, they surrounded her and one of them assaulted her before cycling away.

The youths are described as aged between 12 and 13.

The one who assaulted her is described as white and of a skinny build, with black curly hair and was wearing a blue puffed jacket.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Monday, 15 January 2018

A new secondary school in Sutton is set to create the next generation of young scientists

A new £40 million secondary school on the site of The London Cancer Hub, is set to create the next generation of young scientists.

Sutton Council has led the project by purchasing the necessary land, appointing the design team and obtaining planning approval.

Building work is already underway on Harris Academy Sutton, which will cater for over 1,000 pupils, and be run by the Harris Federation.

Completed by September 2019, it’ll adjoin and be part of The Hub which includes the Royal Marsden and Institute for Cancer Research.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 pm  

Wildlife Aid Foundation calls on government to support a new wildlife referral centre

The Wildlife Aid Foundation is calling on the government.

It wants it to support a new £10 million project to build a new wildlife referral centre at its site in Leatherhead.

It has been granted planning permission to treat and rehabilitate wildlife across the south east.

Charity founder Simon Cowell says ‘the new centre will create a vital habitat for wildlife and protect British species’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 pm  

Hounslow Council prepares to take back some of its services from Carillion

Hounslow Council is preparing to take back some of its services from Carillion.

It has one current contract with the firm, which manages its parks, cemeteries and allotments.

In November, the council agreed with Carillion it would terminate its contract early, meaning it will take back power from April.

A spokesperson said it had been planning behind the scenes for a potential collapse for some time.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 pm  

Market stall catches fire in Kingston

A market stall caught fire in Kingston today at 4.52pm.

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers were called to a market stall which was alight in Thames Street.

The London Fire Brigade said Fire crews from Surbiton, Kingston and New Malden fire stations were at the scene.

The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.

The fire is now under control and there were no reported injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 pm  

A survivor of the Holocaust will speak to pupils in Carshalton later this month

An event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day will take place at Stanley Park High School on Friday the 26th.

Eve Gill will address attendees on this year’s remembrance theme, The Power of Words.

It’s estimated 6 million Jews were killed during World War II
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Former England and West Brom forward Cyrille Regis has died from a heart attack at the age of 59

The player from French Guiana has been credited with paving the way for black youngsters entering the sport.

Regis’s own career was launched in 1975 when he joined Molesey FC; but it wasn’t without controversy.

After trying to move clubs, he was told he was under contract, only to find out he was too young to be under professional contract anyway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:45 pm  

Detectives investigating a noxious substance attack in Fulham have released a name and an image of a man wanted for questioning

26 year old Ameer Makame from Fulham Town is sought by detectives after two victims were injured.

Police were called on New Year’s Eve to Waterford Road to a report of a suspected noxious substance attack.

Two men were treated for facial burn injuries after they had the substance sprayed at them as they sat in a vehicle.

Tests determined the substance to be ammonia.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Downing Street says the collapse of Carillion is "regrettable" but the taxpayer cannot be expected to bail it out

A spokesperson for Number Ten also says it's confident solutions can be found while "ensuring public services run efficiently."

Lib Dem leader and Twickenham MP, Sir Vince Cable, claims the demise of the firm, which also manages schools and prisons, has been "a long time coming."

The former business secretary says it was involved with several large contracts.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Thirty new, “genuinely affordable homes” are to be built in Fulham

The plans for the new development were agreed by Hammersmith & Fulham Council earlier this week.

It has worked closely with housing association Shepherds Bush Housing Group on the scheme.

It will see the council-owned Fulham North Housing Office and adjacent car park on the Clem Attlee Estate redeveloped.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Police have made a third arrest following the murder of model Harry Uzoka in Shepherds Bush

A 24 year old man was arrested last night, while two other suspects have been released; one of them remains under investigation.

Harry was fatally stabbed on Thursday afternoon.

Detective Inspector Beverley Kofi has condemned the attack as ‘another tragic murder with a young victim who has met a violent death.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Spelthorne Council has bought an 11 storey office block in Hammersmith

It’s spent £170 million on “12 Hammersmith Grove” with the hope of securing an income from the businesses that rent it.

The council says on-going reductions in Government and County Council grants means it’s being forced to find new ways to generate income.

Previous acquisitions by Spelthorne Council include the World Business Centre 4 at Heathrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Calls for Epsom's MP to be sacked over Carillion

There are calls for the Transport Secretary to be sacked following the collapse of construction firm Carillion.

It was involved in major projects such as the HS2 rail line and employs almost 20,000 people in the UK.

The GMB union says Chris Grayling, who’s also the MP for Epsom and Ewell, should resign over it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington is calling for reforms to Universal Credit

Tom Brake says that without reform, “homelessness will only increase” as people struggle to rent homes.

It comes after fellow Liberal Democrat MP, Stephen Lloyd, called for reforms in a debate on Universal Credit last Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:39 pm  

An out of hours mental health support service for 11-18 year olds in Surrey is receiving praise

It has been honoured at the first ever Children and Young People’s Mental Health Positive Practice Awards.

The Extended Hope service provides out of hours telephone support seven days a week.

It’s been designed for youngsters experiencing emotional or mental health crisis, along with two respite beds for short overnight stays.

It is managed by Surrey County Council and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

It’s funded by the county council and Surrey’s clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

People sleeping rough in a part of Kingston have been "handed an eviction notice"



The sign, which threatens to remove all possessions after today, was posted in Eden Walk, a sheltered part of the town centre.

However, questions have been asked over who has written the notice, as Eden Walk’s owners have confirmed it was not them.

The sign has appeared in Cloister's Mall, which runs behind Marks and Spencer, just off Eden Walk.

The news comes in the wake of the furore surrounding Prince Harry’s forthcoming wedding to Meghan Markle in Windsor.

The council there has asked for a clampdown on all rough sleeping ahead of the big day.

Pics @JonTolleyTweets
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Hammersmith & Fulham Foodbank helped more than 400 people affected by benefit cuts over Christmas

In total, food parcels containing contents for 4,330 meals were handed out over one week between the 16th and 22nd of December.

As well as the essentials, packages contained presents, mince pies, puddings and other seasonal treats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:53 pm  

Wandsworth’s bikers are being invited to brush up their skills at a free BikeSafe Skills Day

The council’s road safety team has teamed up with the Met Police and Transport for London to offer them free places.

They’ll learn how to become a better, safer and more confident rider and will also get tailored feedback and advice.

Courses are suitable for riders of all levels.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:48 pm  

Croydon council has announced that they will terminate their contract with construction giant Carillon

This comes after Carillon’s decision to go into compulsory liquidation because of its 900 million pound debt, the company has been overseeing Croydon library services since 2012.

Council leader Tony Newman said he is pleased by this ‘prompt action to secure the library service and the jobs of library staff’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

The suffragette who died at the Epsom Derby a hundred years ago is to have a statue erected to her memory

The suffragette who died at the 1913 Epsom Derby after throwing herself into front of King George V's horse is to have a statue built in her honour.

The statue of Emily Davison will be built in Morpeth, Northumberland, where she’s buried and an annual commemoration of her life takes place.

The local council have pledged £50,000 towards the statue.

It’s hoped the work will finish by July, to celebrate the centenary of women getting the vote.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

Bus passengers have hit out at Transport for London over a new stream of announcements

The message which says ‘Please hold on, the bus is about to move’ is to prevent people falling over but has a technical glitch.

It often begins after the bus has started moving and many customers have taken to social media to share their frustration.

Meanwhile TFL says its working hard to resolve the issue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 am  

10,000 extra homes in Wandsworth now have access to superfast broadband

This new gigafast service is said to be around 47 times faster than the UK average.

This makes Wandsworth the Borough with the largest number of fibre enabled homes in the capital.

The council’s housing spokesman Claire Salier says the new service will allow ‘people living on estates to make the most of fast online access.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

A frustrated Southern Rail passenger from Croydon has been cleared of threatening to bomb the firm’s headquarters

37 year old financial services worker David Davies sent an angry email to the company saying he would bomb their headquarters and it was not a hoax.

At his trial he said he “was blowing off steam” when he sent the messages in November 2016.

He was found not guilty at a retrial last week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 am  

Chelsea Ladies lose out in FA Cup semi-final

Manchester City Women are through to the final of the FA Continental Tyres Cup final after a hard-fought 1-nil win over Chelsea Ladies in their semi-final clash at Kingsmeadow.

The defending champions will take on Arsenal who scored a come-from-behind 3-2 win over a stubborn Reading side in the other semi-final.

The final will be played on Sunday March 11th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 am  

Sunday, 14 January 2018

Low emission bus zones on some of London's polluted roads

Low emission bus zones on some of London’s most polluted roads have been hailed for drastically improving toxic air levels overnight.

Legal limits on annual levels of traffic fumes in the capital were broken just 120 hours into 2017, but so far this year, none have been breached.

Environment experts say it’s “largely” due to the roll out of cleaner bus routes in areas like Putney High Street.

Other roads in Chiswick, Kensington and Battersea are set to become low emission bus zones by 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 pm  

Large South Kensington venue referred to the Charity Tribunal after concerns raised

The Royal Albert Hall has been referred to the Charity Tribunal due to conflict of interest concerns on its council.

The Charity Commission said seats given to the families that financed the hall's construction in the 1860s were being sold on for considerable profit.

It said that as seat holders held a majority on the hall's governing council, this raised "an inherent unresolvable conflict of interest".

A spokesperson for the South Kensington venue said it was disappointed by the decision.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:41 pm  

A bronze statue of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed is to be removed from the luxury department store, Harrods.

It will be returned to the store's former owner and father of Dodi, Mohamed Al Fayed, who commissioned the memorial after the pair were killed in 1997.

Innocent Victims, which was unveiled in 2005, depicts the pair dancing beneath a dove.

With the announcement of a new memorial at Kensington Palace, Harrods said the time was right to return the statue to Mr Al Fayed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 pm  

Chelsea Ladies lost 1-nil to Manchester City at at Kingsmeadow this afternoon.

A single first-half goal was enough to consign the blues to a narrow defeat at the hands of the defending champions in the Continental Tyres Cup semi-final.

Elsewhere in the game, Arsenal were without Alexis Sanchez as they surrendered a 1-nil lead to lose 2-1 at Bournemouth in the Premier League.

The Chile forward was left out of the squad altogether - increasing speculation about his future.

Leaders Manchester City are just getting underway at in-form Liverpool which starts at 4.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Images showing how Battersea's new Tube station will look have been shared online.



Designs show the planned interior and the entrance on Battersea Park Road featuring glass panels and a gold geometric roof.

The station, which is set to open in 2020, will be Wandsworth Borough's first to open for 95 years.

It’s being funded by the power station’s private sector developers and will serve the Northern line.

Photo credit: Grimshaw
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

An out of hours mental health support service for 11-18 year olds in Surrey is receiving praise.

It has been honoured at the first ever Children and Young People’s Mental Health Positive Practice Awards.

The Extended Hope service provides out of hours telephone support seven days a week.

It’s been designed for youngsters experiencing emotional or mental health crisis, along with two respite beds for short overnight stays.

It is managed by Surrey County Council and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

It’s funded by the county council and Surrey’s clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

Low emission bus zones on some of London’s most polluted roads have been hailed for drastically improving toxic air levels overnight.

Legal limits on annual levels of traffic fumes in the capital were broken just 120 hours into 2017, but so far this year, none have been breached.

Environment experts say it’s “largely” due to the roll out of cleaner bus routes in areas like Putney High Street.

Other roads in Chiswick, Kensington and Battersea are set to become low emission bus zones by 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 pm  

Conte reacts to Chelsea fans after yesterday's loss

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte doesn't seem too worried about the club's fans booing them off after a goalless Premier League draw at home to Leicester.

The result means the champions missed the chance to move into second place in the table.

Conte says he's got other things to focus on:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

Mayor urged to rethink plans for London's police commanders

Wandsworth’s community safety spokesman, Jonathan Cook, is calling on the Mayor to rethink his proposal to merge police commanders across London.

Sadiq Khan announced last year that he wanted to reduce the number of divisional police commanders in the capital as part of a cost saving exercise.

Each London borough currently has a chief superintendent in charge of all policing matters and is able to respond quickly to concerns.

Under the Mayor’s plans, borough commanders would be shared between different authority areas.
Most commanders will now be spread across two boroughs, but in Wandsworth, this officer will be shared with three others: Merton, Kingston and Richmond.

Cook wants to know why Wandsworth is being clustered into four, and being treated differently from the capital’s other boroughs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:54 am  

Second man charged with Southall murder

Police investigating the murder of 26-year-old Khalid Abudi Farah in Southall have charged a second man.

22-year-old Jermaine Paul was arrested on Friday and charged with the murder of Farah, which took place on November 11th in Lady Margaret Road.

Paul remains in custody after a court appearance yesterday morning.

Another man, who's 21 years of age, has also been charged with the same murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 am  

Sugar tackled in Croydon

A nationwide campaign to help people become more aware of the effects of sugar will launch in Croydon today.

Sugar Smart is backed by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and food charity Sustain.

Action will include stickers being placed on vending machines with information about sugar quantity.

The team will also work with the borough’s schools, businesses and hospitals to help cut down on sugary foods and drink.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

Twickenham Station closed

Twickenham Station will be closed today as redevelopment works continue.

Plans include a new plaza, ticket office and station entrance.

Works are set to be completed by 2020.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel news.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 am  

Hodgson reflects on Palace's recent performance

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says it's hard to remember just how bleak their season was looking a few months ago.

At one point not long after his arrival, they'd lost seven out of seven.

Now a 1-nil win over Burnley's moved them five points clear of the relegation zone - and up to 12th in the table.

But he's sounding a word of caution:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

Lib Dem leader and Twickenham MP calls on Labour for Brexit deal

Labour's being urged to join a cross-party bid to keep the UK in the single market and customs union after Brexit.

The SNP, Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and Greens will back an amendment to the EU withdrawal bill, when it returns to the Commons this week.

Lib Dem leader and Twickenham MP Sir Vince Cable hopes Jeremy Corbyn will stand with them:



The Government says the bill's purpose is to provide a functioning statute book on the day we leave.)
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:22 am  

Summary of yesterday's play

Harry Kane's become Tottenham's all-time leading goalscorer in the Premier League.

He's moved to 98, one more than Teddy Sheringham, by scoring twice in a 4-0 win over Everton at Wembley.

Chelsea missed a chance to move up to second, held to a goalless draw by Leicester.

It's the first time the west Londoners have drawn three consecutive games nil-nil in all competitions.

Crystal Palace were 1-nil winners over Burnley and West Ham triumphed 4-1 at Huddersfield.

Fulham are up to eighth in the Championship this morning after a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough.

The Cottagers are now just a point outside the play-off places.

QPR registered a 3-1 win at Burton while Brentford beat Bolton 2-0 nil at Griffin Park.

In League One, Wimbledon remain in the relegation zone after their goalless draw at MK Dons.

The Milton Keyes outfit are themselves in trouble just a point outside the drop zone.

Woking lost 1 at home to Tranmere in the National League.

In the Conference South, Hampton & Richmond Borough won 2-1 at Eastbourne while in the Isthmian League there were wins for Kingstonian, Leatherhead and Staines.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:40 am  

Chelsea and Manchester City ladies clash in Cup

Chelsea and Manchester City Ladies, the top two sides in Women’s Super League, clash this afternoon in the FA Continental Cup at Kingsmeadow.

The game was postponed last month due to poor weather.

Kick-off is 2pm.

Reading Ladies take on Arsenal in the other semi-final.

Meanwhile Blues striker Fran Kirby has been selected as The FA WSL 1 Player of the Month for December.

The 24-year-old found the net six times last month, including a match-winning hat-trick against Liverpool which set up today’s Cup semi-final clash with Manchester City Ladies.


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