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Saturday, 13 October 2018

Harlequins open European Challenge Cup Campaign with 54-22 win over Agen




A sunny and warm afternoon greeted the fans at The Stoop in Twickenham. The first round of the 2018-19 European Rugby Challenge Cup was to be an unknown affair for the hosts, having never played against French club Agen before.

Historically, Harlequins have faired well when playing TOP 14 opposition in the Challenge Cup, winning 9 out of 10 home games.

Harlequins Number 8 James Chisholm captained the side for today’s clash.

As the two sides ran out onto the pitch, there was an air of excitement and a determination to win.

Marcus Smith kicked off proceeding for the hosts. A good chase kept the visitors pinned down in their own 22 and they were forced to kick for touch. Brown attempted to catch the ball before it entered touch but was unable to do so, his fingers glancing off the material and handing the line-out to Agen.

The hosts, however, regained possession and the TOP 14 side found themselves defending their line.

Quins attempted to keep momentum going but passing became sloppy as a result and a long pass from Smith ended up in touch.

The visitors struggled to get into opposition territory and no sooner had they done so, advantage was awarded to the hosts. Another infringement and Smith kicked to the corner.

A failed line-out ensued; Bothma received treatment, and a scrum was awarded to the visitors. They ran the ball and then kicked for territory; Quins gathering and taking a quick line-out.

Possession changed hands with both teams attempting to run the ball wherever possible due to the unpredictable gusts of wind.

In the strongest attack from the French this game, they pushed up to the Quins’ 22. At that point, however, they lost possession and the hosts found touch just inside opposition territory.

Quins were then awarded a scrum and Ibitoye was very keen to take advantage of his starting line-up, dancing through tackles.

A good team effort saw him offload to Mike Brown who crossed the whitewash and placed the ball for the first points of the game. Smith converted: Harlequins 7 – 0 Agen (15 minutes).

The re-start was kicked deep by the French but gathered well by the hosts. A knock-on handed a scrum to the visitors still inside the host’s territory.

Quins defended their lines well and in an attempted drop-goal by the opposition, the ball was passed quickly back to the Agen flyhalf Berdeu who failed to catch it cleanly. The hosts arrived en-mass and earned a scrum.


The opportunity to clear their half was wasted as a failed scrum handed possession to the French. The team in red raced to the 22 but were once again met by staunch defence. They crept ever closer to the line but desperate tackling saw Agen forced into touch. The referee’s whistle, however, blew for a French penalty.

They opted for a line-out, gathered the ball and formed a maul. The Quins’ defence put a stop to the movement but in doing so handed them advantage from an offside position.

Berdeu lined up the posts and opened their scorecard: Harlequins 7 – 3 Agen (24 minutes).

Harlequins responded the way they needed to: Marchant and Mulchrone combining to see the scrumhalf cross the whitewash for a try. Smith again added the conversion: Harlequins 14 – 3 Agen (26 minutes).

Agen again sent the re-start ball deep but it was confidently gathered and the return kick found touch just outside the opposition 22.

The French side attempted to run from deep but Quins tackled quickly and earned a free-kick. They took this quickly and powered to within metres of the try-line, Kunatani crossing for the third try of the game, just right of the posts. Smith converted: Harlequins 21 – 3 Agen (30 minutes).

Another deep restart from the men in red; Smith gathered the high ball and found touch on the half-way line. Another sloppy line-out still saw Quins retain possession but this was soon lost during miscommunication between Brown and Marchant. Scrum to Agen.

Against the run of play, Agen fallback Tolot crossed the try-line. The conversion, from out on the wing, was pushed across the face of the posts: Harlequins 21 – 8 Agen (36 minutes).

Quins kicked off proceedings with a high ball to chase. Brown kept his eyes firmly on the ball and although it landed in French hands, his attack forced a knock-on and a scum to the hosts.

Quins gathered momentum and a failed intercept by Conduche saw Agen reduced to 14 men following the yellow card.

Smith kicked for a line-out which Agen stole. The opposition were then awarded a scrum. Quick work from the hosts wrapped up the French side, not allowing them any breathing space. Agen were pinned in their own 22. Eventually the French placed the ball in touch to bring an end to the first half.

Half-Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 21 – 8 Agen

The second half started with disaster for Agen who had the kick-off but sent the ball straight into touch.

Within three minutes of the second-half whistle, Nathan Earle crossed the whitewash to ensure Harlequins secured their fourth try and an all important bonus point. Smith missed the conversion: Harlequins 26 – 8 Agen (42 minutes).

The wind seemingly now wanting to play a part, ushered Brown’s attempted clearance kick straight into touch without allowing any distance to it.

Agen came again.

The hosts were forced into an early substitution with Saili on for Nathan Earle, who seemingly injured his knee whilst diving for the try.

Harlequins powered through to a 5th try with Merrick crossing as part of a maul; Marcus Smith converting: Harlequins 33 – 8 Agen (50 minutes).

In an immediate response, Agen came right back and added a converted try of their own: Harlequins 33 – 15 Agen (54 minutes).

Elia then came on for Crumpton in the first of the planned changed for the hosts (55 MINUTES).

More cheers ran out from the Quins’ fans as Tapuai broke through the defensive line, only to be brought down before he could offload successfully, sending the ball forward.

Scrum to Agen in their own half but Quins overpowered the visitors and earned a kick to the corner. Successful line-out and quick movement of the ball saw them attack the far wing. Smith passed to Brown who could not cleanly gather the ball under tackle. It was deemed a knock-on by the French tackler and so Quins were handed an attacking scrum within the opposition 22.

Marler and Sinckler left the pitch to rousing applause as Boyce and Collier came in their stead (58 minutes).

Another successful scrum for the hosts. Brown crossed the whitewash but it was disallowed due to a knock-on. The referee was, however, playing advantage and so the hosts had another opportunity.

Penalty try awarded to Harlequins and another yellow card to Agen; a culmination of infringements ending with a tackle from an offside position preventing the try. Harlequins 40 – 15 Agen (62 minutes).

More Game Changers for Harlequins entered the battlefield and the hosts again broke through the defensive line but as Brown sped away with the ball, play was halted with Saili’s offload to the fallback being a forward pass.

Scrum to Agen then penalty inside the host’s half. The men in red kicked for a line-out. Despite some loose passing, the visitors maintained possession and crept closer to the whitewash. The defence stood firm, however, stole possession and kicked to ease the pressure.

Agen came again but only made it to the 22 before facing a wall of Harlequins’ bodies. A forward pass ended their run.

The reds put up a good challenge in the set-piece but Harlequins still came away with the ball, initially running with ball in hand before kicking away possession. Agen attempted a chip-over which was gathered easily by the hosts.

They kicked back allowing Agen to come again. The ball was moved around with ease by the visitors until Quins’ Kunatani put in a thumping tackle, forcing the reds to spill the ball.

Quins again gathered speed, making their way into the 22. A long pass to Marchant saw him cross the try-line with ease.

Catrakilis added the conversion: Harlequins 47 – 15 Agen (71 minutes).

Agen earned a penalty after Quins were caught wandering offside. The visitors failed to get any distance on the ball despite the wind supporting them but still maintained possession in the line-out.

Slowly they gained ground and crept to within 10 metres of the line before darting across. The conversion was added, albeit with the help of the post bouncing the ball over.

At this point Man of the Match Charlie Mulchrone left the pitch, replaced by Lewis (76 minutes).

Harlequins had the last laugh with Kunatani crossing for his second try of the game (Harlequins 8th.); conversion added: Harlequins 54 – 22 Agen (78 minutes).

Another speeding advance from Harlequins came to nothing as in their haste the ball was thrown forward.

The whistle was blown ending a successful match for Harlequins who started off their European Rugby Challenge Cup with a bonus-point win. The Twickenham-based side hoping to carry this momentum on to Grenoble next week.

Full-time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 54 – 22 Agen

Attendance: 9534

Match report: Natalie Osborne Photos: Chris Spring

Man of the Match Charlie Mulchrone spoke with Radio Jackie's Natalie Osborne after the match:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 pm  

Half-Time in the European Rugby Challenge Cup at Twickenham Stoop

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

Harlequins v Agen at the Twickenham Stoop KO 1500hrs

It is round 1 of the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Harlequins welcome French-side Agen to the Twickenham Stoop. These two sides have never met before in any competition.

Historically, Harlequins have fared well against TOP 14 sides, having won 9 out of 10 home games against French opposition in the Challenge Cup.

Kick off is 3pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

Four men have been jailed after stealing cash machines from shops across London



They rammed vehicles into shopfronts, and on one occasion, threatened a passer-by with an axe.

They were arrested in Hounslow in March after a raid was interrupted by police.

The four men, two of which were from Stanwell, were sentenced to a total of thirty years in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

It's reported soil tests around Grenfell Tower have identified toxins that could affect the health of people around the site

The Guardian says it's seen a study carried out, following last year's deadly fire, with officials being told further tests are needed.

Public Health England says it'll "carefully consider" the results, when it gets to see the research.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:03 pm  

Missing man in Kensington and Chelsea.



A 49 year old man has gone missing in the Kensington and Chelsea area.

Matthew Oley requires medication for his mental health and should not be approached

If anyone sees him they should call 101 and quote 18MIS038112
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

Richmond in the running for a national award for its social workers.

A group of people who support vulnerable residents across Richmond and Wandsworth are up for a prestigious national award.

The Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards team helps uphold the rights of those who don’t have the mental capacity to consent to social care.

It’s been shortlisted for the National Social Worker of the Year Award.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

Wandsworth gets tough over electoral register

People across Wandsworth are being to confirm their information on the electoral register.

The council is reminding people that you are required by law to make sure your details are correct.

If you fail to do so you could be fined up to £1,000.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

Automatic check for blood pressure in Kensington and Chelsea.

Kensington and Chelsea Council has become the first in the country to provide automatic blood pressure machines in its libraries.

The devices, which are linked to software on iPads, are designed to encourage more people to check themselves.

Blood pressure checks are normally done by GPs, however only half of those eligible in England get the regular checks.

As a result, there are an estimated 5.5 million people with undiagnosed high blood pressure.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 am  

Croydon awarded for support for dementia

The Alzheimer’s Society has awarded its highest honour to Croydon Council for the support it offers people suffering with dementia.

The charity has granted the borough Dementia Friendly status.

There are over 3,600 people living with the condition in the borough.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

No end to traffic jams in the heart of Kingston.

One of the major routes in Kingston town centre will again be disrupted this weekend.

It’s all part of the new Go Cycle scheme but the ongoing work has been testing the patience of drivers on Wheatfield Way.

Today and tomorrow a new cycle ramp is being installed there.

To cap it all part of the normally busy Portsmouth Road was closed off this week for water repairs.

Jackie’s travel updates are in action across the weekend so stay tuned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 am  

Missing 7 foot tall man in New Malden



A man has gone missing in New Malden.

53 year old Neil Sargent is seven foot tall so he should be easily spotted.

Anyone who sees him should quote ref 18MIS04087.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

Surbiton campaigners raise the alarm over the Thames Water filter beds



Campaigners in Surbiton have raised the alarm over damage to wildlife on the disused fresh water filter beds off the Portsmouth Road.

The Friends of Seething Wells is taking objections on its Facebook page.

Protestors resisted a plan to build housing on the site which runs along the River Thames in 2014.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:28 am  

Morden pool is used for fundraising auction

A silent auction has started in Merton to bid for the chance to be the first swimmer in the new Morden Leisure Centre pool.

The winning bidder will get exclusive access to the pool a half hour before it opens to the public at 4 pm on the 6th of November.

The auction is raising funds for the Mayor’s Charities.

Bids can be made through the Council’s website until noon on the 30th of October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 am  

Surbiton market is given an award.

The Surbiton Farmers’ Market has notched up another accolade after receiving a Kingston Business Excellence Award for commitment to the community.

The not-for-profit market was set up 9 years ago and is run by volunteers.

Since then, it has raised over £60,000 for more than 50 local charities.

Twenty six farmers and producers take part in the market which is held on the third Saturday of the month.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 am  

Wandsworth man is sentenced for knifepoint robberies.

A Wandsworth man who robbed shops at knifepoint in north and east London has been jailed for 12 years.

50 year old Kevin Brandy admitted 10 counts of robbery and 13 counts of possession of an offensive weapon between March and May of this year.

In each case he went into a shop wearing a hood, balaclava or facial covering and threatened a female worker or customer with a knife before demanding money.

The amount taken in each robbery ranged from £30 to £200.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 am  

Friday, 12 October 2018

Police are appealing for help to identify two men in relation to separate burglaries in Caterham, Horley and Epsom.



Jewellery, cash, fishing items and a child’s bike were taken by the thieves between August and September this year.

Anyone who recognises or knows the men are asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 pm  

The MP for Chelsea and Fulham has got into a spat with a music film-maker on Twitter.

It’s after Emer Pattern accused Greg Hands of buying record label EMI with his consortium Terra Firma.

Ms Pattern publicly blamed the label’s loss of artists including Robbie Williams from its books on Mr Hands’ “mismanagement.”

Mr Hands has tweeted that although, as Ms Pattern puts it, he may “not have a clue,” he has never run a record company.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 pm  

It may have been a Royal Wedding Day but it wasn’t such a joyous occasion for everyone.

The area’s rough sleepers were urged to move on ahead of this morning’s ceremony.

David Robinson with South Wimbledon based charity Evolve Housing and Support says there needs to be a better way.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

Battersea Arts Centre is looking for a new Artistic Director.

The announcement comes at a critical time, following a 12 year project to open up the entire building.

Part of the job role will be to inspire people “to take creative risks to shape the future.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 pm  

Police are hunting a teenager from Epsom.



Clifford Summers is wanted in connection with a number of offences including burglary.

Officers say they want to question him.

A picture of Clifford can be seen on the Jackie News Twitter feed
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

People living near Richmond Park are imploring Wandsworth Council to reverse a controversial planning decision.

It’s after a chocolate heiress applied to replace her 30s style mansion with what some are calling a “brutalist concrete slab”.

Lavinia Jacobs paid £15 million for the house overlooking the park in September 2016.

Council officials have recommended the plans for the new design, which includes the loss of 21 trees and a concrete balcony.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

Large power cut in Shepperton leaves hundreds of vulnerable people needing help

Spelthorne Council officials are to spend the next few days visiting the borough’s most vulnerable people.

It’s after a power cut left up to 700 properties without electricity earlier this week.

Those who use the council’s Personal Alarm Network are going to be offered a free check to make sure their alarms are working properly.

Although the alarms have a battery back-up, the length of the power cut meant that those too could have run down.

The Personal Alarm allows older and disabled people to stay in their own homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police say they are no closer to finding out how an elderly man died in Morden

86 year old Dementia sufferer Leslie South was found with serious injuries in Epsom Road last Sunday evening.

He died in hospital the next day and officers say they need witnesses to come forward to establish what happened to him.

They say his injuries are consistent with being in an traffic accident, but he could have fallen and hit his head.

A post-mortem is due to be held on Monday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Wandsworth Council is welcoming the move to re-design its one-way system

TFL announced the decision, confirming it will carry out detailed surveys of drainage systems as part of the groundwork.

£27 million has been promised for the scheme, which comes from town hall budgets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

New bridge for River Thames at Richmond?

Richmond Council is calling on residents to submit their views on a possible new bridge across the River Thames.

Residents have been asking the Council to investigate the possibility of a new pedestrian and cycling crossing.

The Council commissioned a high-level independent study to look at whether or not a bridge would be feasible.

It’s now asking residents to look at the findings to see whether they think the idea is worth it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Princess Eugenie has married her long-time partner Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor.

The Queen lent her granddaughter an emerald tiara to wear, which was made in 1919.

But it wasn’t such a joyous day for everyone.

The area’s rough sleepers had been urged to move on ahead of this morning’s ceremony.

David Robinson with South Wimbledon based charity Evolve Housing and Support says there needs to be a better way.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

Spelthorne Council is reminding people that textiles can be collected weekly

If you want to recycle your dry clothes and home textiles, all you need to do is put them in a carrier bag next to your green food waste caddy.

To find out when they will be collected, go to the Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

An inquest jury's decided Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood was lawfully killed



He murdered four pedestrians, including 75 year old window cleaner Leslie Rhodes from Clapham (pictured), and a policeman last year.

He was shot by an armed officer after crashing a hired car and died at the scene.

Here's National Lead of Counter Terrorism Policing, Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu speaking outide the Old Bailey.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:02 pm  

Richmond and Wandsworth Councils have been recognised at the highest level for providing a healthy workplace for employees

The award’s been given by the Greater London Authority and is part of the Healthy Workplace Charter, supported by Sadiq Khan.

The scheme aims to provide easy and strong steps for employers to ensure their workplaces are healthy and happy, addressing issues like staff recruitment and retention.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

The Chancellor Philip Hammond says the Government is moving closer to a deal on Brexit

Theresa May briefed key ministers on negotiations with the EU during a meeting at Number 10 yesterday.

The two biggest hurdles are whether the UK remains in the Customs Union and what happens to the Irish border.

The MP for Runnymede and Weybridge says discussions are now coming to a head.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Wandsworth Council is increasing the maximum fine for littering from £100 to £150

The move, which comes into effect next month, is part of the council’s zero tolerance approach to littering.

This includes small scale fly-tipping offences.

Those caught are able to pay a reduced fee if paid within 10 days of issue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Vandals have torched a nature reserve in Twickenham.

A wooden fox, along with a bench, trees and plants, were damaged.

Residents reported that the vandals snapped off the ears of the wooden, ornamental fox and then set fire to the area.

The damage follows similar incidents in Heathfield Recreation Ground and Hounslow Heath Open Space.

Equipment and the protective flooring in the playground were damaged, signage defaced and a bench torched.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

People in Spelthorne are being urged to nominate the council’s charity for 2019

Every year, the council gives some of the money raised from the textiles collection service to a good cause.

This year, CREST Cancer Support and Home Start Spelthorne will get a £400 cheque.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 am  

Day 2 of the British Masters from Walton Heath.

Three Englishmen share the lead going into day 2 of the British Masters golf at Walton Heath.

Ryder Cup winner Tommy Fleetwood is on 5 under, along with Eddie Pepperell and Matt Wallace.

It was a tough opening day for tournament host and world number 2 Justin Rose who finished on two-over.

He told Radio Jackie he is looking for a better round today.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

A new youth care home is to open in Chessington.

A new youth care home is set to open in Chessington.

The site in Moor Lane will provide short breaks and respite carefor youngsters aged 8 to 17 with disabilities and complex medical needs.

Parents and carers helped influence the design of the building which includes a social area as well as a kitchen and outdoor space.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:01 am  

A new law which restricts the number of dogs walked by professional walkers in Richmond is now live.

A new law which restricts the number of dogs walked by professional walkers in Richmond is now live.

The aim of the Dog Control Public Space Protection Order is to stop fouling and to limit mass dog walks to just 4 pets at a time.

It follows on from the Public Space Protection Order launched by the council last year.

That order addresses anti-social activities in public spaces, including the flying of drones and use of BBQs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Royal Surrey Hospital Nominations

Royal Surrey Hospital is asking people to nominate a member of the team in the hospital for the Patients Choice Awards.

The annual nomination recognises a member of staff who has delivered an outstanding service on a daily basis.

For more information on how to nominate please go to our website and the closing date is on Sunday.

click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

TFL says the Elizabeth Line trains will not be used on the route to Heathrow until “the early months of next year”

TFL’s director of operations for the new train line revealed the news at a conference, admitting the route to the airport had not been tested with the new trains.

TFL says “We continue to work with Bombardier to test the Elizabeth Line trains and new signalling system in the Heathrow tunnel.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

Golf Update at Walton Heath

Eddie Pepperell's spectacular hole in 1 was the highlight on the opening day of the British Masters at Walton Heath.

He shares the first-round lead with fellow Englishmen Tommy Fleetwood and Matt Wallace all on 5 under par.

Cheam's Ross Fisher is 2 shots off the lead after carding a69.

Another Englishman Matthew Southgate is also 2 shots off the lead.

He is confident about remaining in the mix.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

People in Hounslow are being given the chance to grill their councillors.

People in Hounslow are being given the chance to grill their councillors.

The next Question Time style event is taking place on the 25th at Holy Trinity Church.

Admission is on a first-entry basis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Croydon Council is backing a national campaign to stop no-fault private evictions.

Croydon Council is backing a national campaign to stop no-fault private evictions.

It’s the first authority to openly support the End Unfair Evictions Campaign.

It calls for an end to the rule that allows landlords to evict tenants without a reason.

From now on anyone, who signs up to social housing will have an open ended contract.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Three Englishmen share lead at British Masters golf at Walton Heath

Eddie Pepperell shot a spectacular hole-in-one on the opening day of the British Masters at Walton Heath as he shared the first-round lead with fellow Englishmen Tommy Fleetwood and Matt Wallace all on 5 under par.

Cheam’s Ross Fisher is two shots off the lead after carding a 69.

It was a tough day for tournament host and world number 2 Justin Rose who finished on two-over.

He told Radio Jackie he’s looking for a better round today.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 am  

A woman is in hospital with serious injuries after a collision in Esher

Police were called just after 7pm to Lammas Lane to the accident between the female pedestrian and a black Volkswagen Transporter Van.

If you have any information contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 am  

Thursday, 11 October 2018

A man has died after being found shot in a car in Hillingdon

He was a passenger in a car which reportedly hit pedestrians and vehicles at around quarter to three this afternoon.

None of the pedestrians are believed to have suffered serious injuries, and the driver was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.

A murder investigation has been opened.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 pm  

Richmond Council is denying hostility towards a popular family circus

It comes after concerns were raised by some residents that Zippos would not be returning to Twickenham Green this year.

Councillor Martin Elengorn says he has written to the circus, which uses horses and birds, welcoming them back to the area.

He does however request that heavy vehicles are not parked under the canopy of the trees line to protect their roots.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Chelsea is planning a new way to tackle racism

The football club's planning to educate and rehabilitate fans found to have committed racist offences, rather than simply banning them.

The club's Jewish owner, Roman Abramovich, is at the forefront of an initiative, which is designed to combat anti-Semitism at Stamford Bridge.

It's being backed by The Football Supporters' Federation and Kick It Out.

Chelsea publicly criticised a number of their own fans for anti-Semitic chanting during a game with Tottenham last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:42 pm  

Doctors will be able to prescribe cannabis products to patients from next month

The home secretary's announced new rules which will apply in England, Wales and Scotland.

It follows a number of high profile cases including young epilepsy sufferer Billy Caldwell.

He had his cannabis oil taken off him when he arrived back at Heathrow after travelling to the states to obtain it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The latest from Day 1 of the British Masters at Walton Heath

Jackie's Rod Bradbury is there.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

Suburban skiing is coming back to Surbiton next week

Contestants strap ice to their feet and glide down St Mark’s Hill.

Organiser Robin Hutchinson says it’s about bringing the community together.



The event runs from 11am until 1pm on Thursday, the 16th on St Mark’s Hill.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

A woman has been injured after a shop hoarding fell on to her in Hammersmith earlier

It’s believed she was walking along King Street when she was struck by the wooden panel just before 11am.

Police say the woman was treated for injuries to her legs, which are not believed to be life-threatening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Chelsea star Eden Hazard appears to have ruled out leaving the club when the transfer window opens in January

He's been in rich form so far this season, leading to links with Real Madrid.

He's been asked by Sky's Gary Cotterill if a switch to La Liga is imminent.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A date's been set for later this month for Football Association Council members to vote on a potential sale of Wembley Stadium

Fulham owner Shad Khan wants to purchase the venue.

The deal would result in £600-million going into the community
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 pm  

Lee Ryan waltzes off Strictly and straight into panto at Wimbledon



He may have been voted off Strictly in week 2, but Blue singer Lee Ryan is waltzing into panto at Wimbledon.

He’s joining Paul Merton in the lead role as Aladdin.

Lee’s most recent acting role was as Woody in Eastenders.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Prince William has formally launched this year’s Illegal Wildlife Trade conference

The event, taking place over two days at the Battersea Evolution Centre, is bringing global leaders together to help stamp out the trade.

It’s estimated to be worth up to £17 billion annually through sales of items like elephant tusks.



Here’s Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Prince William launches the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference at Battersea Evolution Centre

The Duke of Cambridge has been speaking at the two day Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference which is being hosted by the government.



The illegal wildlife trade is an urgent global issue, which not only threatens some of the world’s most iconic species with extinction, but also damages sustainable economic growth and the livelihoods of vulnerable people in rural communities.

It’s worth up to £17 billion per year and is the fourth most lucrative transnational crime after drugs, weapons and human trafficking.

The criminals who run this trade do more than damage wildlife; they use networks of corrupt officials and agencies to undermine sustainable development and the rule of law, damaging the livelihood and growth of local communities.

Conference aims:

Tackling IWT as a serious organised crime.

Increase collaboration across continents to tackle IWT-associated illicit financial flows and corruption.

Strengthen networks of IWT law enforcement experts, helping frontline countries to coordinate across the trade routes.

Improve understanding of the linkages to wider security challenges.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

It's Day 1 of the British Masters at Walton Heath

From there, Jackie's Rod Bradbury reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The families of British tourists who were killed in the 2015 Tunisia terrorist attack are suing the travel firm TUI

More than 80 relatives have brought in lawyers to claim damages over security at the hotel and a lack of information given when booking.

38 people died when gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire on a beach in Sousse.

The inquest into the deaths heard couple John and Janet Stocker from Morden “didn’t stand a chance” when they were killed.

The grandparents died from gunshot wounds to the pelvis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 pm  

WH Smith's Heathrow T4 store to get a revamp following drop in sales nationwide

WH Smith has begun an overhaul of the business because sales and profits are falling.

It's going to close six stores and wind down its Cardmarket chain trial.

The group says annual high-street like-for-like sales have dropped 3%

But it says it is going to focus on its travel stores as profit is up at those; an upgrade of Heathrow Terminal 4’s store is due to take place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:33 pm  

A person’s died after being hit by a train at Chiswick

Officers were called to Chiswick Park Underground station at 8.55 this morning.

They were pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers are working to identify them and inform their family.

The incident is not being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:41 am  

The British Masters starts this morning at Walton Heath.

The British Masters starts this morning at Walton Heath.

Justin Rose will be joined by English duo Matt Wallace and Andrew Johnston, with tournament defending champion Paul Dunne also in action.

The players purse is over 3 million euros.

As well as top sporting action Walton Heath Club secretary Stuart Christie says the competition will bring great profits to the area:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

Fancy sliding down St Mark’s Hill in Surbiton with your feet strapped to ice? Or even in a bath?

Robin Hutchinson MBE, the founding trustee of the Rose and Chair Creative Youth tells us about it.



To sign up go to the facebook page click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:39 am  

Woking and Sam Beare Hospice is a charity which deliver care and support to patients, their families and careers.

The charity covers the North West Surrey area and relies on voluntary income.

For every £5 of costs sustained, it has to raise £4 of that.

Here's Head of Marketing Kerry Bennet.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

National Hate Crime Awareness week starts in Croydon on Saturday.

The council is holding a week of events and panel discussions.

Through these, they’ll give a voice to the different groups targeted by hate crimes in the borough.

Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, young women, faith groups, the LGBT community, older people, and those with disabilities, will all have a say.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Hammersmith and Fulham council has started to build 427 new affordable houses near Westfield.

It comes after the council promised to help people in the borough get started on the property ladder.

A new park the size of five football pitches is also being built near Wood Lane tube station.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Brentford football club has lost its manager.

Aston Villa has appointed Dean Smith as its new head coach - with former England captain John Terry as his assistant.

Terry announced his retirement from playing last week spending his last season with Villa - after 19 seasons at Chelsea.

Dean Smith leaves Brentford 7th in the Championship, just one point and one place off the play off zone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 am  

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Police are looking for a missing 64-year-old man from Chipstead



A man has gone missing from his home in Chipstead.

64-year-old Derek Saunders is described as white, 5ft 8, of medium build and has short grey hair.

He was last seen at 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon and was wearing a black and white striped t-shirt, black trousers and grey shoes.

He was raised in the Peckham area and may still have links to there.

If you have seen him call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Man left paralysed after 'misleading' advice at a Croydon hospital wins landmark payout

A man who was paralysed after being told ‘misleading’ advice at a hospital in Croydon has won a landmark ruling.

In May 2010, Michael Darnley was wrongly told he would have wait for five hours in A&E for a head injury at Mayday Hospital.

After feeling unwell he went home where he suffered a bleed on the brain which paralysed his left side.

The Supreme Court today ruled the information given to him was ‘negligent’.

Mr Darnley’s payout will be assessed by the High Court at a later date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 pm  

Richmond council has put a limit on the number of dogs you can walk

Richmond Council is now enforcing an order that limits the number of dogs that people can walk.

A maximum of four can be walked by one person at any one time without a special license.

The Dog Control order aims to control behaviours such as fouling.

It was first introduced last October, but the council granted a “grace period” where it wouldn’t be enforced for a year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Feltham drug dealer and his partner imprisoned after police discovered £94,000 worth of cocaine

A drug dealer and his girlfriend from Feltham have been jailed after police discovered £94,000 worth of cocaine at his house.

31 year old Michael Thomas was sentenced to 10 years after an off duty officer noticed him drug dealing from a car.

During a search of his property on Ryland Close they found his partner, Helen Brookshaw, attempting to get rid a shotgun, money, and cocaine.

Police discovered one kilogram of cocaine worth around £94,000, as well as over £85,000 in cash.

Brookshaw, who’s also 31, was jailed for 12 months for perverting the course of justice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

The mother of a 21-year-old murdered in a bar in Hillingdon three years ago has issued a new appeal for help finding her son's suspected killer

One of Britain's most wanted fugitives - 29-year-old Shane O'Brien - is the chief suspect in the killing of Josh Hanson who was stabbed in 2015.

He's believed to be in Europe.

Tracey Hanson wore a sandwich board at Victoria Station earlier and says it's hard to stay strong:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:05 pm  

A curry house in Staines has been named the best in South Central England

Spice Lounge was recognised at the first ever Asian Restaurant and Takeaway Awards at the O2.

It was the only curry house in SW London and Surrey to be commended.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

The NHS has pledged £50m to fund long-term screening and treatment for survivors of the Grenfell fire

The screenings will examine the effects of smoke inhalation and asbestos exposure.

Around a third of the 3,800 screened already have been referred for specialist services.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond is calling for scrutiny into a recent report by the Department for Education

At Prime Minister's Questions today, Mr Hammond called for a meeting with an education minister and affected parents.

He claims there needs to be more support for children born prematurely and during the summer starting school.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Rough sleepers are being advised to consider avoiding parts of Windsor on Friday when Princess Eugenie marries Jack Brooksbank

The Council’s telling them to anticipate "higher footfall" in the area, as with Harry and Meghan’s wedding in May.

David Robinson, from South Wimbledon Charity Evolve Housing and Support, says this doesn’t have to be a negative message.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

A £10,000 reward is being offered to help solve a gang related murder in Clapham

32 year old Piotr Woroneicki was found dead in Parma Crescent, on Clapham Common Northside, last November.

A post-mortem found he died from compression to the neck, possibly from being held in a headlock.

There had been a number of break-ins reported at his house and officers discovered cash and Class A drugs when they searched it.

CCTV footage has been released of two suspects wanted in connection with an attempted burglary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

HACAN says Heathrow has been sent a clear warning following the publication of new noise guidelines.

HACAN says Heathrow has been sent a clear warning following the publication of new noise guidelines.

The World Health Organisation’s publication indicates aircraft noise can affect people living more than 20 miles from the airport.

The organisation revealed when average noise is 45 decibels it can affect your health.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

For every £5 of costs sustained Woking Hospice has to raise £4 so it can continue to deliver its personal care and support.

For every £5 of costs sustained Woking Hospice has to raise £4 so it can continue to deliver its personal care and support.

As well as nurturing its 2,000 patients, support is also given to their families and careers.

Voluntary income is what the charity relies on.

Earlier the head of Marketing Kerry Bennet spoke to Radio Jackie about how people can help.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 am  

Rough sleeping has increased by 40% in Kingston over the last year.

Rough sleeping has increased by 40% in Kingston over the last year.

That’s according to South Wimbledon based charity Evolve Housing and Support.

Its operations director David Robinson says there’s a myriad of reasons for the rise.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Today is World Mental Health Day.

Today is World Mental Health Day.

The Amigo Project helps those who are in recovery by “buddying” them so people have the confidence to engage in community activities.

Covering Surrey Heath, Runneymede and many more areas, the project also works closely with the Royal Holloway University, where many of its volunteers come from.

Lynette Gomme tells us about just some of the training the volunteers are provided with.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Detectives have launched a murder investigation following the unexplained death of a man in Clapham.



Detectives have launched a murder investigation following the unexplained death of a man in Clapham.

In 2017 Pitor Woroneicki was found dead in Clapham Junction, following the post-mortem it was revealed he was held in a headlock for a long time before he died.

Police suspect the murder may be linked to an organised crime syndicate.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 am  

Today is World Mental Health Day

Today is World Mental Health Day.

The Amigo Project which covers the areas of Runnymede, Spelthorne, Surrey Heath, West Elmbridge and Woking.

It supports people who are in recovery for mental health issues by building their confidence in engaging them with community activities.

Lynette Gomme is the Project manager


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

One in four Londoners believes rough sleepers are to blame for their own predicament.

That’s according to research released today by South Wimbledon based charity Evolve Housing and Support.

It provides homes across the capital, as well as support and counselling in eight boroughs.

Assistant Director or Operations David Robinson says people don’t just opt to live rough.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

Abandoned boats in West Molesey will be removed from The Thames today

Numerous abandoned and sunken boats will be removed from the Thames in West Molesey today.

The vessels in Cherry Orchard Gardens have been served with formal ‘wreck’ notices.

That means the Environment Agency has the power to remove and destroy them.

Today’s operation will see the boats lifted out by crane, crushed and removed to a depot in Sunbury for disposal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

New campaign to tackle chewing gum litter in Hounslow

People across Hounslow are being urged to “bin it.”

The council has announced plans to tackle chewing gum litter with the ‘Bin it Your Way’ campaign.

86 councils across the UK now support the scheme which has seen a reduction of gum litter of 66%

Dropping gum is an offence for which you can be fined up to £80.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 am  

Surrey County Council appoints new chairman following 'outdated' comments scandal

Surrey County Council has appointed a new chairman after the resignation of Peter Martin over ‘outdated’ comments.

Councillor Tony Samuels was promoted from vice-chair to take over the role.

After taking his oath at the council meeting, he said wished his election was a “happier occasion.”

Former chairman Peter Martin resigned last month after using language that lacked “cultural awareness” in a job interview.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Man accused of murder contacted his transgender victim for drugs and sex binge due to 'old habits'

A court has heard a man accused of killing a transgender woman in Hounslow after a three day sex and drugs binge, had fallen into “old habits.”

36-year-old Naomi Hersi was stabbed to death in the Heathrow Palace Hotel on Haslemere Avenue in March.

Jesse McDonald, who’s 25, told the Old Bailey he had been "a complete idiot" for contacting her online.

He denies a charge of murder and perverting the course of justice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:57 pm  

Justin Rose explains why he chose Walton Heath for the British Masters

Golfer Justin Rose chose to host the British Masters at Walton Heath to make it an open competition.

Rose selected the venue and will be joined at the tournament - which starts on Thursday - by fellow Ryder Cup winners Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari.

Rose says the course makes it hard to predict a winner:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 pm  

St Helier Hospital has opened a half a million pound education centre

St Helier Hospital has officially opened its new education centre at a cost of over half a million pounds.

It features a brand new lecture theatre and library with extensive medical journals and textbooks.

It also includes numerous treatment rooms all kitted out with the latest ICT equipment.

Medical Director, James Marsh says “This new centre allows us to provide a first class education facility to our trainee doctors, ensuring they get their careers off to a confident and fantastic start”

He continued, “I am positive that this new centre is really going to give our already outstanding educational programmes an excellent base of operations to assist with providing a superb level of education to our students and staff”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 pm  

There was an assault in broad daylight outside a supermarket in Wimbledon

Police are investigation a serious assault outside Morrisons in Wimbledon town centre.

It happened in broad daylight yesterday afternoon at around 3.30.

Officers are asking anyone who may have witnessed the attack to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 pm  

Pets help retired owners fall asleep according to Kingston Uni and St George's

New research from Kingston University and St George’s Hospital has found pets help retired owners fall asleep easier.

It’s thought listening to animal’s calm and rhythmic breathing, sooths owners.

It’s also been found that pets make owners feel more positive about their environment.

Dog owners who took part in the research said walking their pets helped them develop relationships with their neighbours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Hundreds of passengers on a Battersea Park bound Overground train could have died after they were told to evacuate near a live line

Over 50 commuters had to walk 30 metres to Peckham Rye in wet conditions last November.

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch is blaming mis-communication between the driver and control room staff.

Its report on the incident has laid out a number of recommedations to better safety and improve response to train failures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police in Morden are searching for the driver of a black Toyota Corolla

It’s after a man died after colliding with a tree in Bishopsford Road in the early hours of September the 25th.

The driver is being treated solely as a witness, as officers try and piece together the victim’s last movements prior to the crash.

The 33-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

The FA Council is set to vote on the proposed £600m sale of Wembley Stadium later this month

The body will hear a presentation by the Football Association this Thursday before making a final decision on the 24th.

FA executives are backing the stadium's sale to Fulham owner Shahid Khan.

There’s some opposition though to the home of English football being sold off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 pm  

More #SWR #Strike announced

The RMT union's announcing nine new strike days for workers on South Western Railway.

The dispute's over the role of guards on trains.

Staff will walk out for five days from October the 23rd, and then on four consecutive Saturdays from November the 3rd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

Richmond Council is asking residents to nominate an “inspirational young adult” for its annual Community Heroes’ Awards

The aim of the awards is to recognise those who have gone “above and beyond” in the community.

The deadline for nominations is next Monday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 pm  

BBC talent spotters "dismissed" David Bowie as not “particularly exciting” when he auditioned for the corporation in 1965

He was performing with his group Lower Third.

The bad review has been revealed in a new BBC documentary marking 50 years since the release of Space Oddity.

The album went to number 1 in the UK album charts in 1969.

Just three years after that, he launched his Ziggy Stardust tour at the now defunct Toby Jug in Tolworth.

It was that tour, which helped cement his status as an international music icon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A cemetery in Woking has received “Gold” recognition for its high industry standards at the National Cemetery of the Year Awards

Brookwood is one of the largest of its kind and one of the most significant assets in the area which has national significance.

The Grade I listed park and garden won the Gold Award last Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

Comcast has announced it's now the majority shareholder in Sky

The US media giant says it's completed the acquisition of the shares 21st Century Fox held in the Osterley based broadcaster.

Following the announcement, James Murdoch has resigned as Sky's chairman.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

A spike in assaults at Wandsworth Prison is down to the drug Spice

Inmates are using bogus lawyers’ letters to smuggle the psychoactive drug in to the grounds.

That’s according to the prison’s Independent Monitoring Board.

It highlighted that in some cases Spice was being smeared on paper and stamps by fake solicitors who are protected by the rules of legal privilege.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Comcast is expected to complete its acquisition of 21st Century Fox's shares in Sky later today

The cable company emerged triumphant in the long-running battle for the Osterley based pay-TV group.

It beat communications mogul Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox in a rare auction held last month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Sophie Ellis-Bextor has praised Seann Walsh's ex-girlfriend Rebecca Humphries for her "powerful statement" after the comedian was pictured kissing his married dance partner at the weekend

The singer, who lives with her family in Chiswick, made it into the show's final in 2013.

Sophie agrees with former contestant Rachel Riley when it comes to the Strictly curse, saying it's very intense, but "If you go in happy, you come out happy".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Surbiton based charity talks to us about the situation in Indonesia

Thousands are still unaccounted for nearly two weeks after an earthquake and tsunami hit Indonesia

2,000 bodies have been recovered from Palu, where Surbiton based charity Humanity First has volunteers on the ground.

Najm Khan is a volunteer organising the aid effort here in the UK.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 pm  

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month

Croydon is marking it by encouraging more people to seek help.

Domestic abuse affects one in four women and one in six men.

So far this year, its dedicated centre has helped 703 men and women.

This can be physical, emotional, sexual, financial or psychological.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:39 am  

Olympic sprinter Donna Fraser is set to be awarded the Freedom of the Borough of Croydon

She grew up in Thornton Heath and raced with Croydon Harriers.

Alongside her Commonwealth, World and European Medals, Fraser represented GB at the Olympics four times.

She said: I’m a Croydon girl through and through.

She’ll be presented with the award alongside former England Manager Roy Hodgson in December.

It’s the highest award Croydon Council can give.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

The MP for Richmond Park is rallying to save animals from gangsters and extinction.

The MP for Richmond Park is rallying to save animals from gangsters and extinction.

According to The Express, Zac Goldsmith has spoken out ahead of the global trafficking summit calling on world leaders and businesses to help tackle mass extinction.

He has been appointed as the Government's official illegal Wildlife Trade Champion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Investigations are continuing after fire broke out at a house under refurbishment in Fulham.

Fire fighters were called just before 10 o’clock on Sunday night to Crondace Road.

The cause of the blaze is thought to be oil soaked sawdust , which overheated.

Half of the staircase and a small part of the first and second floor of the house were damaged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Woking and Sam Beare Hospice Report

Woking and Sam Beare Hospice relies heavily on its volunteers, 3 to 4 hours a day are usually required, but many people give more than that.

Gary Wood is responsible for the day to day recruitment and tells us the importance of one of the roles he hopes to expand.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 am  

Parents who have lost babies and young children will once again gather at St Helier Hospital to remember them this weekend.

Parents who have lost babies and young children will once again gather at St Helier Hospital to remember them this weekend.

Light Up for Baby Loss was launched last year by Hollie Perry and her partner Scott Eyre after the death of their daughter Hope in 2016.

They raised £20,000 from the event to overhaul the maternity department’s bereavement room.



You're asked to gather outside the hospital at 6.30pm on Sunday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

A Surbiton based charity says the situation on the ground in Indonesia is heart-breaking.

A Surbiton based charity says the situation on the ground in Indonesia is heart-breaking.

It’s thought over 5,000 people are still missing following the earthquake and tsunami.

Najm Khan is a volunteer at Humanity First.

He explains the problems volunteers are facing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

People who live in Hounslow are being urged to sign up to the Council’s Garden Waste collection scheme.

People who live in Hounslow are being urged to sign up to the Council’s Garden Waste collection scheme.

Last year, over 8,000 tonnes of waste was turned into compost.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:20 am  

Parents across Spelthorne are being asked to walk, cycle or scoot their children to school

It follows the news that road traffic is the main source of air pollution in Surrey.

The council says even if you travel to school by car, you aren’t protected from fumes because you’re in a confined space.

The advice if you have to drive, is to park a little way away from the school gates and walk the rest and turn the engine off while idling.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 am  

Croydon Council is reminding people to respect the environment

As part of the Take Pride Campaign, enforcement officers are patrolling the borough to catch fly-tippers.

The Council is warning it will take strong action against offenders, to make Croydon one of the cleanest areas of London.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 am  

Monday, 8 October 2018

Chelsea footballers among the Ballon d'Or award nominees

The thirty-man shortlist for this year's Ballon d'Or award has been revealed.

England captain, Tottenham’s Harry Kane is one of eleven nominees who play in the Premier League – Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante are also among the contenders.

The winner will be announced in a ceremony in Paris in December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:27 pm  

Chelsea's Fran Kirby among inaugural women's Ballon d'Or nominees

Chelsea Ladies’ Fran Kirby is among the nominees for the inaugural Women’s Ballon d’Or Award.

Kirby won a Super League and FA Cup double with the Blues.

Also nominated is England’s Lucy Bronze who won the Champions League with Lyon last season.

The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Paris on the 3rd of December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

International hockey set to debut in Twickenham's home of rugby

International hockey is coming to Twickenham.

Two matches will be at the Stoop next June as part of the brand new Hockey Pro League

Both the men’s and women’s Great Britain teams will play New Zealand in a double header.

Plus, there’s set to be a healthy showing from Surbiton Hockey Club on both GB sides.

Currently, 8 of the 30 women’s players are from top-of-the-league Surbiton, and 6 on the men’s.

An international hockey pitch will be set up on top of the stadium’s usual grass.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:28 pm  

A patient at St Helier Hospital has received not one, but two priceless, selfless gifts from his parents . . . . kidneys



27 year old Ben Abbott has a condition which affects his kidney function.

His mother donated one to him following organ failure, but after seven years, it failed.

That’s when Ben’s father flew from Canada to donate through the kidney sharing scheme.

The donation allowed him to receive his second transplant through the scheme.

Dr James Marsh says “Ben’s story just goes to show how life changing the gift of organ donation can be and how the share scheme makes a difference.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Heathrow Airport's been fined £120,000 after failures which revealed the personal details of some staff

The Information Commissioner's Office issued the penalty.

It’s after an employee lost a memory stick containing sensitive information, including about security arrangements.

A member of the public found the device, which was then passed on to a national newspaper.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Police have traced a man wanted in connection with an assault in Walton

An appeal was launched to find 20 year old Zac Alexander on Thursday.

Officers have thanked the public for their help.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The man in charge of Britain's biggest police force stayed in his car, when an unarmed officer was murdered during the Westminster terror attacks

An inquest into what happened has heard Sir Craig Mackey, who was the acting head of Scotland Yard, had no protective equipment on him.

Khalid Masood killed four people, including 75 year old Lesli Rhodes from Clapham, on Westminster Bridge before stabbing PC Keith Palmer outside Parliament in March last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Chance to have your say on Surrey's countryside



With the county's countryside under increasing pressure, people in Surrey are being urged to make their views about it known to the council.

Cabinet Member for Environment and Transport Mike Goodman explains why.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:23 pm  

A report on Woking and Sam Beare Hospice for Hospice Care Week

Our reporters Sophie Weaver and Iona Stewart-Richardson went along to the Woking and Sam Beare Hospice to find out more about it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Danny Mills thinks John Terry was one of the best ever Premier League defenders

The former Chelsea captain has retired from playing after winning a host of honours including five Premier League titles and 78 international caps.

Mills played when Terry made his England debut in 2003 and tells Sky Sports News how people will remember him as a player.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

It’s two years since a 22 year old man was murdered in Croydon

Rapper Akeem Moore was shot dead in the back garden of a house in Eastney Road.

The motive behind his murder remains “unclear” and officers have put up a £20,000 reward for information.

A 37 year old man charged with his murder, spent several months in jail before being released and the case against him dropped.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Walton Heath's catering manager talks about feeding the golfers

The British Masters gets underway at Walton Heath Golf club on Thursday.

A host of the World's top players will compete for the trophy.

Catering Manager Robert Foster has the job of feeding the golfers:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:56 pm  

A second person who's thought to have died after eating a Pret a Manger sandwich has been identified

She was 42-year-old nurse Celia Marsh from Wiltshire who had a dairy allergy.

News of her death followed the recent inquest of 15 year old Fulham schoolgirl Natasha Ednan-Laperouse.

She died after eating a Pret baguette she bought before boarding a flight at Heathrow.

Pret's taking legal action against a supplier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

A former business manager has been jailed for more than 3 years after stealing more than £200,000 from the school where she worked

45 year old Kirsty Holmes and her partner were found guilty of theft by employee.

They embezzled the cash from Battersea Park School in Wandsworth; the school later closed and is now the Harris Academy.

The theft was reported in 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

We’re still in the midst of an Indian Summer, but October marks the start of gritting season in Richmond

Numerous roads are covered with special salt to make sure they are still usable during icy periods.

The Council will also clear secondary carriageway routes and selected foot-ways during heavy snow.

This includes footways in town centres, station forecourts, footbridges near to and adjacent to schools, care homes and hospitals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

Wandsworth Council is encouraging people in the Borough to carry on keeping it as safe as it is.

The Safer Neighbourhood Board is inviting residents to attend a meeting with the police commander and council.

You will be able to take part in group exercises exploring the role of neighbourhood watch co-ordinators and be given advice on how to tackle crime.

The meeting is this Wednesday at 6.30pm in the Town Hall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

A plea is going out from Lambeth Council to people specifically from the Somali, Afghan, Eritrean and Sudanese communities

The authority needs them to become carers to children from their homeland who have fled conflict.

The aim of the campaign “Kids are still kids” is to unite children with people who speak their language and understand their culture.

It’s hoped by meeting those requirements, they’ll settle in the borough much more quickly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

Wandsworth Council’s reminding parents they have until the end of the month to submit their secondary schools applications for next year

Schools are now preparing for admissions in September 2019.

The deadline applies to children who were born between September the 1st, 2007 and August the 31st 2008.

This means they’d be in their final year at primary school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:02 am  

Following the second anniversary of a man from Croydon who was shot, his family and the Met have now issued a public appeal.



22 year old Akeem Moore was shot on the 7th of October 2016, and the 36 year old charged with his murder had the case against him dis-continued.

Insufficient evidence was provided, but now the Met police is appealing to the public for help to try and progress with the the investigation.

The force is offering a £20,000 reward to anyone who may be able to provide information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:51 am  

Today marks the start of hospice awareness week.

Today marks the start of hospice awareness week.

Radio Jackie reporters Iona Stewart Richardson and Sophie Weaver went along to the Woking and Sam Beare Hospice to find out more about it, and all the hard work that goes into running it.

Woking Hospice has 2,000 patients and delivers 70% of its care at home.

Jackie Murray, who is currently in remission from lung cancer but suffers with lung disease, spoke to us about how coming to the Hospice has helped her.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

Some cancer patients in the country are receiving 9 times more funding than others.

Some cancer patients in the country are receiving 9 times more funding than others.

The Labour Party revealed the research based on NHS figures, showing there are huge variations across the UK.

Patients in Surrey and Sussex are receiving 59p per head which is less than half the national average of £1.24 per head.

This comes after Theresa May announced plans for new strategy to tackle cancer funding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

The Shadow Chancellor has said the Government will lose its legal battle to build Heathrow’s third runway.

The Shadow Chancellor has said the Government will lose its legal battle to build Heathrow’s third runway.

John McDonnell spoke to the New Civil Engineer about how the judicial review will prevent the expansion plans.

In 2010 he was involved in a successful campaign to stop building plans and has vowed to personally protest against them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 am  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council have introduced a new scheme, allowing pupils to plant trees in schools.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council have introduced a new scheme, allowing pupils to plant trees in schools.

The Trees for School project is encouraging schools in the area to apply for free trees which can be planted on their grounds.

The Council hopes the borough will become greener and children will learn more about nature.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:35 am  

Surrey doctor faces deportation

A doctor who worked at East Surrey Hospital is facing deportation after her application to remain in the UK was refused following the break-up of her marriage.

Dr Shashi Awai, from Nepal, hasn’t worked at the hospital’s ENT department for 18 months while her application is processed.

In April the hospital wrote to Reigate MP Crispin Blunt informing him that they had not been able to fill the vacancy left by her.

More than 2-thousand-500 people have signed a petition for her to be allowed to stay.

The Home Office says it’s reviewing the case.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:03 am  

Fulham manager Jokanovic wants defensive improvement

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic says their Premier League survival depends on big improvement in their defensive department.

Following yesterday’s 5-1 loss to Arsenal at Craven Cottage they’ve now conceded 21 goals in 8 games.

Jokanovic says they’re still struggling to come to grips with the demands of the division.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:58 am  

Former Chelsea and England captain John Terry has announced he's retiring from playing football.

The 37 year old defender was released by Aston Villa at the end of last season – but has been linked with a possible return to the championship club as assistant manager.

Terry is Chelsea’s most decorated player.

In his time at the Blues he won five Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, as well as the Champions League and Europa League.

He earned 78 international caps - scoring six goals.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 am  

Sunday, 7 October 2018

Two suitcases were found in the road in Worcester Park last night, with the contents emptied on the floor.

It follows reports of a man trying car doors.

Police are reminding people to lock their car doors, after an officer checked around 20 and found five insecure.

No identification was found in the contents, and police are still trying to trace the owner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 pm  

A number of firefighters from Hammersmith have received a Borough Commander’s Commendation from Wandsworth police
The fire last year was found to be a murder scene.

They were recognised for the teamwork, professionalism and resilience.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

Croydon is to showcase some hard hitting and emotive films

It’s as part of this year’s annual World mental Health Day on Wednesday.

The films will explore the experiences of those with mental health conditions as well as those of their families.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:17 pm  

Chelsea can go top of the Premier League, at least for a few hours, if they win at Southampton today

However, after their opening Europa League match they dropped their first points of the season in a draw with West Ham.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri hopes by rotating his squad from Thursday's win against Vidi, they'll get what they want.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Pret a Manger has confirmed a second person died from an allergic reaction to an ingredient in one of the firm's sandwiches

The customer collapsed and died last December after eating a "super-veg rainbow flatbread" that was supposed to be dairy-free.

The chain says it was mis-sold a guaranteed dairy-free yoghurt that was later found to contain dairy protein.

Pret is already facing scrutiny over 15-year-old Natasha Ednan-Laperouse from Fulham, who died after eating one of its baguettes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 am  

Lewis Hamilton has won the Japanese Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel came in sixth after a collision with Verstappen.

Alonso and Vandoorne for Woking-based McLaren, came in 14th and 15th respectively.

Hamilton now has a 67-point lead meaning even if Vettel wins all four races, the British driver can finish fifth in each grand prix and still be champion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is to review Hounslow's boundaries

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is to review Hounslow's boundaries.

People are being invited to attend a meeting and ask questions about the process.

It's taking place on Wednesday the 14th of November at 6PM in the Civic Centre on Lampton Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 am  

Battersea MP Marsha de Cordova has tweeted her support after a former civil servant claimed the disability benefits assessment system was a "hostile environment"

Battersea MP Marsha de Cordova has tweeted her support after a former top civil servant criticised the disability benefits system as a hostile environment.

56-year-old Andrew Macdonald was told he was ineligible for support, despite having Parkinson's and terminal prostate cancer.

Miss De Cordova, who is the Shadow Minister for Disabled People, said:

"The Government's hostile environment has devastated the lives of disabled people throughout society."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 am  

Surrey Police have confirmed there is no wider risk to the public after station closures

Surrey Police have confirmed there is no wider risk to the public after Caterham Rail Station and part of Stafford Road were closed this morning.

Officers had attended an address on Stafford Road at half past midnight.

A man and a woman, both in their thirties, were arrested on drugs supply and firearms charges.
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