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Saturday, 12 January 2019

5-try Harlequins secure bonus-point win over Grenoble at the Twickenham Stoop






5-tries for Harlequins secured a bonus-point win against French-side Grenoble in the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Other results in Pool 5 today ensured the fight for the quarter-final place continues into next week. Harlequins remain top of their group, just one point ahead of Benetton.

Harlequins travel to Agen on Friday. A win for the Twickenham-based club would see them secure a place in the last eight of the competition.

Match Report

In the first game of 2019 at the Twickenham Stoop, Harlequins welcomed Grenoble in round 5 of the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

The two teams last met in France in October where Harlequins came out second best against a team with home advantage.

Quins had the home advantage today, and entered the weekend top of the table in Pool 5.

At the start of the day, the group was a close contest with just two points splitting the four teams.

The visitors kicked off proceedings and stunned the Twickenham fans into silence, scoring a try within the opening 2 minutes. They failed to add the conversion (Captain Antonin Berruyer the try-scorer).

Marcus Smith kicked the re-start ball long and Grenoble’s clearance kick found touch just inside the half-way line. Quins secured line-out ball but then handed possession over to the French side in the form of a scrum.

Good pressure from the hosts and captain Danny Care doing as much as legally possible to disrupt the release, earned Harlequins a scrum of their own following a French knock-on.

As the referee Mike Adamson set the scrum, the fans in the stands started to chant and spur on the hosts. Another knock-on, however, once again reduced the voices to grumbles.

The French side fed the scrum and retrieved the ball, earning a penalty as Quins failed to roll away after tackling.

The visitors found touch on the 22 and once the ball was back in play, Quins started putting in the thumping tackles. When Renaldo Bothma got his man to ground, Quins were able to turn over possession.

Captain Danny Care then gained the ball and ran half the pitch to touch down behind the try-line. Marcus Smith added the extra two points: Harlequins 7 – 5 Grenoble (11 minutes).

Grenoble were keen to get the game underway again and chased their re-start kick, putting pressure on the hosts. Harlequins secured the high-ball despite the pressure and Cadan Murley received the ball on the wing, planted a beautiful grubber kick which he chased and regained, before being tackled.

Such was the support runners for Harlequins, that the hosts secured position following a strong ruck.

 They were awarded advantage but this was unnecessary as strong teamwork saw record-breaker Mike Brown cross the try-line on his 309th appearance for the club. Marcus Smith lined up the posts and added the conversion: Harlequins 14 – 5 Grenoble (15 minutes).

Now the fans started to chant with passion. Grenoble again chased the re-start ball but Quins gathered and started to break away on the far wing. Tackles were planted and the ball made it’s way to Smith. The fly-half opted to kick but this was blocked, handing possession back to the French.

Another strong tackle and another turnover saw possession returned to the hosts. Offloads to Care saw the scrum-half use his footballing skills to good use – a well-placed grubber kick and Cadan Murley gathered the ball, crossing for a try. Smith added the conversion. Harlequins 21 – 5 Grenoble (20 minutes).

Grenoble sent the re-start ball deep; Harlequins on this occasion choosing to send the ball into touch rather than attempt to run from deep.

The hosts were then penalised following the line-out and Grenoble kicked for another set-piece just outside the 22. They gathered the ball and formed a rolling maul. Referee signalled advantage as the maul collapsed. The French sent the ball from one wing to the other but without gaining ground.

Back for the advantage and Grenoble again kicked for touch. Cheers erupted as Quins rolled the maul into touch but the French had already secured the ball. They passed it out for their fall-back Gervais Cordin to cross for a try; Conversion added: Harlequins 21 – 12 Grenoble (25 minutes).


Harlequins chased their own re-start kick and retained possession after Grenoble knocked-on. Scrum on the 22.

After two collapsed scrums, Harlequins were awarded a penalty. The hosts opted to kick for a line-out despite an easy three-point opportunity. They secured the ball and formed a maul. A dive for the line was unsuccessful but the hosts retained possession, earning advantage. They again jumped for the line but no-try was awarded.

Play was taken back for the penalty (high tackle) and Quins again opted for the line-out. This time they formed a stronger maul that was too good for the French to defeat. Max Crumpton was the try-scorer. Smith once again adding the conversion: Harlequins 28 – 12 Grenoble (31 minutes). Bonus point secured for the hosts.

Quins gathered the re-start ball well; Care box-kicked out and Crumpton chased the ball to plant a strong tackle on the French fall-back. This slowed down the French attack and enabled Harlequins to set a defensive line near the half-way line. Grenoble then changed tactics and kicked through, finding touch on the 22.

The visitors maintained possession despite a strong challenge in the line-out from the hosts, and secured their third try (Gervais Cordin). Unconverted. Harlequins 28 – 17 Grenoble (36 minutes).

Harlequins chased their re-start kick and a knock-on from the visitors ensured Quins maintained possession until they made a forward pass on the half-way line.

The hosts were then penalised for collapsing the scrum allowing Grenoble to kick for touch inside the 22.

The visitors retained possession and formed a maul. It was a slow start but the maul gained momentum. Just shy of the line and the Harlequins defence proved too strong. Penalty awarded to the hosts who kicked into touch at the stroke of 40-minutes.


Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 28 – 17 Grenoble

The start of the second half saw a scrum just metres from the Grenoble try-line. The French had the put-in and secured possession before finding touch.

Harlequins threw long in the line-out handing possession back to the visitors. Quins then stole back.

The first of the Game Changers then entered the battle as Luke Wallace replaced Renaldo Bothma for Harlequins (43 minutes).

Whilst making strides forward, the hosts made a sloppy pass. Grenoble were able to kick the ball on for a chase which Quins won but strong support from the French saw the hosts pushed back into their own 22. A penalty was then awarded to the visitors and they opened the scoring of the second half: Harlequins 28 – 20 Grenoble (46 minutes).

It was then the turn of the French to make changes, their first being the tight-head prop as Ali Oz replaced Beka Gigashvili.

Quins restarted with a kick they could chase but failed to win back, instead handing a penalty to the visitors. Grenoble’s kick for touch did not gain much ground as the ‘Harlequins’ chants sprung up around The Stoop – the fans realising they needed to be the 16th man in this hard-fought contest.

An aerial battle then ensued to settle play and the ball eventually found touch on the half-way line with a Harlequins line-out.

Grenoble stole possession but Quins turned them over. The hosts sent a grubber kick long but the ball went dead allowing the visitors to clear their lines.

Harlequins ran the ball back into the visiting 22 but a knock-on handed a scrum to the visitors.

Gabriel Ibitoye and Marcus Switch left the field, making way for Aaron Morris and James Lang.

The scrum was upgraded to a penalty and Grenoble found touch, albeit still within their own half.

A huge applause greeted Joe Marler as he joined the field of play, replacing Lewis Boyce for the hosts.

The line-out was gathered, maul formed and when the French attempted to pass, Quins intercepted. A knock-on then halted their progress.

Further changes for the hosts as Ben Glynn made way for Mat Luamanu (54 minutes).

The scrum was solid and Grenoble gathered the ball, kicking for touch.

The visitors secured line-out ball but Quins turned over possession at the breakdown. Care then box-kicked from the ruck, sending play into opposition territory.

The visitors gathered well and sent the ball high, back into the host territory. Grenoble then raced into the 22, earning advantage; Quins penalised for not releasing a tackled player.

Corentin Glenat lined up the posts but pulled his kick wide.

Harlequins kicked from their 22 and Grenoble gathered quickly, making it back into the hosts’ territory.

Quins stole possession at a time the French were gaining momentum, and themselves made it over the half-way line before Semi Kunatani spilled under tackle (although the touch judge signalled the player strayed into touch before the knock-on occurred). This was Kunatani’s last action of the game, replaced by Dave Ward.

Grenoble secured line-out ball but Quins stole possession. Care then placed a long kick from the ruck. Grenoble, on gathering the ball, sliced this into touch.

The line-out ball was thrown long but the hosts retained possession. The referee awarded Quins a penalty following a high tackle and on this occasion Lang went for the 3 points. Harlequins 31 – 20 Grenoble (65 minutes).

Will Collier was replaced by Josh Ibuanokpe in the front row for the hosts.

The re-start ball was kicked long. Quins gathered but their clearance kick hung in the air for Grenoble to gather. The hosts were then penalised and so the visitors placed the ball in touch and secured the line-out. Harlequins turned over possession and Captain Danny Care found length on his box-kick. A good follow-up chase from the Quartered Men kept Grenoble pinned in their own half.

The ‘Harlequins’ chants again resonated around The Stoop, followed by ‘boos’ as the ball found touch with the line-out being awarded to Grenoble.

The set-piece on half-way was secured by Grenoble. They passed the ball to the far wing and raced up to the Quins’ 22. The hosts were then penalised for not releasing a tackled player but the damage was limited as another sliced kick from Grenoble failed to gain them any ground.

Grenoble formed a rolling mall from the line-out and play raced up to the 5-metre line before they spilled the ball.

Quins took their time placing their clearance kick from behind their posts. Grenoble’s Bastien Guillemin gathered the high-ball well and passed to the centre. A superb tackle from Marler slowed their forward movement but Grenoble recycled the ball well. Another spit ball and Lang wasted no time in sending a grubber kick into Grenoble’s territory for a well-placed line-out.

The visiting Alexandre Savonnet found his mark in the set-piece and Dave Ward was shown yellow for a high tackle. Quins would finish the game with 14 men.

Grenoble placed their penalty kick just shy of the 22 line. They gathered the ball and formed a maul but were penalised for obstruction.

Lang cleared his line for the hosts but failed to place the ball outside his own half. A penalty was then awarded to Harlequins after Grenoble illegally entered the maul. Lang found greater distance on this kick.

At this point, Harlequins Captain Danny Care was ‘Game Changed’ by Charlie Mulchrone with just 4 minutes of the game remaining.

Harlequins attempted a long throw at the line-out but this was not gathered and instead trickled into the hands of the French. Another spill under tackle, however, handed a scrum back to the hosts.

Replacement scrum-half Charlie Mulchone fed the ball, gathered quickly and passed it out wide. The attack gathered speed and they made it up to the try-line. After resetting themselves, Alex Dombrandt powered over the try-line; the score converted by Lang.

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 38 – 20 Grenoble


Man of the Match: Harlequins’ Matt Symons

Attendance: 9,239.

Referee: Mike Adamson (SCO)
Assistant Referees: Lloyd Linton (SCO) and David Sutherland (SCO)

Harlequins

15, Mike Brown, 14 Cadan Murley, 13 Alofa Alofa, 12 Ben Tapuai, 11 Gabriel Ibitoye, 10 Marcus Smith, 9 Danny Care ©, 1 Lewis Boyce, 2 Max Crumpton, 3 Will Collier, 4 Matt Symons, 5 Ben Glynn, 6 Renaldo Bothma, 7 Semi Kunatani, 8 Alex Dombrandt

Game Changers

16 Dave Ward, 17 Joe Marler, 18 Josh Ibuanokpe, 19 Mat Luamanu, 20 Luke Wallace, 21 Charlie Mulchrone, 22 James Lang, 23 Aaron Morris

Grenoble

15 Gervais Cordin, 14 Lucas Dupont, 13 Etienne Dussartre, 12 Taleta Tupuola, 11 Teiva Jacquelain, 10 Ben Lucas, 9 Theo Nanette, 1 Mihai Lazar, 2 Mike Tadjer, 3 Beka Gigashashvili, 4 Mickael Capelli, 5 Killian Geraci, 6 Antonin Berruyer ©, 7 Steeve Blanc-Mappaz, 8 Clement Ancely

Replacements

16 Alexandre Savonnet, 17 Alexandre Dardet, 18 Ali Oz, 19 Edgar Tuinukafe, 20 Thibaut Martel, 21 Corentin Glenat, 22 Pablo Uberti, 23 Bastien Guillemin

Match report: Natalie Osborne Photographer: Chris Spring
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 pm  

In a tough encounter at the Twickenham Stoop this afternoon, Harlequins secured a bonus-point win over Grenoble

The hosts remain top of Pool 5 in the European Rugby Challenge Cup in sight of a quarter-final place.

Harlequins Captain Danny Care reflected on the game with Radio Jackie's Natalie Osborne:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

A salon-owner in Hounslow has had its case dismissed in court after appealing a licensing decision

Magic Touch Tattoo Piercing Studio didn’t have permission for conducting certain treatments which it provided.

As a result, Hounslow Council refused to re-licence the salon when the owner Lilly Morris applied.

Its previous licence was revoked after convictions for piercing a minor without parental consent and not keeping proper client records.

It also didn’t register a therapist and didn’t having a clinical waste contract in place for disposing of used needles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 pm  

Fulham's poor away form in the Premier League continues

The strugglers remain in the bottom three after scoring all the goals in their 2-1 defeat at Burnley.

Manager Claudio Ranieri says his team played well - but it wasn't enough.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:34 pm  

A man has almost completed an epic tube run of the capital

29 year old Daniel Merry is running all 11 lines of the London’s underground network from start to finish.

That’s 249 miles; the equivalent of almost 10 marathons.

What’s more, he’s hoping to complete the challenge for mental health charity Mind, in just 11 days.

Daniel plans to finish today at Morden, the end of the Northern Line.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:24 pm  

Merton Council extend consultation that will aim to improve local areas

Merton Council has extended a consultation put in place that gives residents the opportunity to share their views on enhancing the local area.

The draft plan now includes options for improving transport including making roads safer and improving air and noise pollution.

The plan also includes proposals for economic development and new homes in the borough.

Residents have until 28th January to have their say.

https://www.merton.gov.uk/planning-and-buildings/planning/local-plan/newlocalplan

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:58 pm  

Surrey residents encouraged to have their say on emotional well-being and mental health services in the area

Surrey County Council and Surrey Clinical Commissioning Groups are encouraging people to have their say on the future of emotional well-being and mental health services for children and young people.

A series of events are to take place that will discuss possible improvements that could be made to services.

Workshops will be open to families, young people and professionals and will run from 14th January to 22nd.

http://www.guildfordandwaverleyccg.nhs.uk/info.aspx?p=7
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:02 pm  

Harlequins vs Grenoble at the Twickenham Stoop

European Challenge Cup action returns to The Stoop in Twickenham this afternoon.

Harlequins welcome Grenoble in Round 5. Just two points separate all four teams in Pool 5, with Harlequins currently topping the table, Grenoble in third.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

The Museum of Croydon hosts suffragette exhibition

The Museum of Croydon’s hosting an exhibition celebrating the life of one of the area’s suffragettes.

Katie Edith Gliddon was sentenced to hard labour in 1912 after she smashed a Post Office Window while protesting for women’s right to vote.

The showcase runs until the end of the month, and explores her legacy through a series of free events, and the display which is open daily.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Post-Mortems to be carried out today after two bodies were found at a house in Hersham

The pair in their 50s and 70s were discovered at a house in Grange Road by officers carrying out a welfare check.

The deaths are being treated as unexplained and next of kin have been informed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 pm  

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri believes Newcastle are more dangerous because their Premier League match is at Stamford Bridge this afternoon

His side won the reverse tie 2-1 at St James' Park in August.

But Sarri says Newcastle are a different prospect when not at their home.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Police say that the death of a man in Ewell earlier this week was “non-suspicious, with no third party involvement”

The 37 year old's body was found at around 3pm on Tuesday near Nonsuch Park.

The next of kin have been informed.

No further details have been released at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Hammersmith and Fulham council has put its emergency shelter plan for rough sleepers into action

Known as SWEP, it comes into force when the temperatures plummet.

An emergency shelter is available to anyone who needs it.

Or if you are worried about someone you can report it on the Streetlink app.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

Developers have an historic pub in New Malden in their sights.

Plans to build a block of flats on the site of an historic pub where Eric Clapton once played are to be discussed at a public meeting.

Developers Fairview Homes want to demolish the Prince of Wales in Kingston Road in New Malden and replace it with over 300 flats.

The company is organising a workshop for residents to discuss further proposals before going back to a public exhibition.

It’ll take place on Thursday the 24th of January at King's Oak Primary School in Dickerage Lane.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:21 am  

International hacker from Egham is jailed.

A 29 year old Egham man who carried out a cyber attack that took Liberia offline has been jailed for 32 months.

The National Crime Agency says that Daniel Kaye could be the most significant cyber criminal yet who’s been caught in the UK.

He admitted the attack in 2016.

Kaye is a self-taught hacker who used a security flaw in Chinese webcams to take over the devices and work on his command.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 am  

Friday, 11 January 2019

Ex-brother-in-law of Victoria Beckham in Kingston Crown Court

Kingston Crown Court’s heard the ex-brother-in-law of Victoria Beckham conned vulnerable people into handing over their savings.

Darren Flood was a director at a firm that cold-called people, promising them big returns if they invested thousands in rare earth materials.

One of the victims from Woking lost over £100,000

The 40-year-old, who was married to the Spice Girls star's sister, got a 30 month sentence after an investigation led by Surrey Police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 pm  

Londoners make a fortune with their driveways

Londoners are making a fortune renting out their driveways.

That’s according to data released by parking app Just Park with People in Westminster earning up to £6000 last year.

People in Lambeth were second on the list with profits around of just £5000 then thirdly Southwark with the top earner making just under £4500.

Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea were next on the list.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:19 pm  

Vast decline in Croydon's Housing Market

Croydon’s Housing market has seen a huge decline.

That’s according to figures released by the Land Registry.

Out of the capital’s 33 boroughs it was second lowest with 15.4 percent reduction in sales.

Tower Hamlets saw the biggest decline of a reduction of 22.5 per cent of sales.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:53 pm  

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri believes Bayern Munich have disrespected the club in their pursuit of Callum Hudson-Odoi

The teenager has been the subject of four bids from the German club in this transfer window.

On Wednesday Bayern’s sporting director publically said the winger had the qualities they wanted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police have dropped a case against a man charged with attempted abduction in Egham

Police were called to the Egham Christmas Fair on December the 8th following a report a man had allegedly tried to lure a child away.

The CPS has dropped the case against Arkadiusz Madraszek due to a lack of evidence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Brentford midfielders Lewis Macleod and Emiliano Marcondes are both out of tomorrow’s clash with Stoke

Defender Chris Mepham could return following an ankle injury and striker Neal Maupay is set to be recalled.

Nathan Jones takes charge of Stoke for the first time after his appointment earlier this week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

County champions Surrey have re-signed South Africa batsman Dean Elgar as an overseas player for 2019

The 31-year-old has 53 Test caps, and an average of 40.

He scored almost 400 Championship runs in 2018 as Surrey won their first title in 16 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

The Royal Marsden has paid tribute to a professor who died suddenly

The Trust, which has hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton, says Martin Gore was “at the heart of its work in research, treatment and the training of the next generation of oncologists.”

67 year old Professor Gore was Medical Director for 10 years as well as a Trustee of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.

He passed away yesterday.

The Duke of Cambridge, as president of the Royal Marsden, presented him with a lifetime achievement award in 2015.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Louise Redknapp has been forced to pull out of Dolly Parton’s West End musical "9 to 5."

The former "Strictly" contestant from Cobham has fractured her wrist in a fall.

The 44 year old was due to take the lead role in the show which opens for a limited run at the end of the month.

But Louise has told her Instagram followers she still plans to appear once she has healed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

NHS blood and transplant says twice as many women as men donate blood, and it’s calling for men to step in to help those needing transfusions.

Over 1,500 women in London registered to donate blood last year, compared with only around 800 men.

But women are more likely to be turned away from donation appointments as they generally have lower iron levels compared to men.

Their blood is also more likely to contain antibodies formed during pregnancy, meaning their blood is suitable to be given to fewer people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

Andy Murray says he intends to end his career after Wimbledon but injury may mean he can't play beyond next week's Australian Open

The 31-year-old tennis star's been struggling to recover from hip surgery.

He was overcome with emotion during the press conference, wiping away tears.

Former tennis player and sports psychologist Amanda Owen says it's going to be tough for him.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Kingston Council confirms Shopmobility is not closing

Kingston Council has confirmed a much loved support service is still open.

Concerns had been raised that Shopmobility, which has been around for 30 years, was shutting its doors.

The service provides short-term hire of wheelchairs and scooters to help people get around the shops in the town centre.

However, the council says it will be open two days a week this month and open through February and March too.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Andy Murray's being praised by some of the biggest names in tennis, after he announced he'll stop playing later this year

Billie Jean King describes him as a "champion on and off the court" for his efforts to bring greater gender equality to the sport.

A hip injury is causing Murray constant pain and could mean he quits at the end of the Australian Open, which starts next week.

He's still planning on reaching Wimbledon though.

British number one Johanna Konta says no athlete wants to be forced into retirement.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:48 pm  

Andy Murray says his aim is to retire at Wimbledon

Andy Murray has admitted the upcoming Australian Open could be his last professional tennis tournament as he struggles with a chronic hip injury

The former world number one wants to retire at Wimbledon but may be forced to bow out in Melbourne.

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was forced to retire from football prematurely because of an injury and says he sympathises with Murray.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Lidl will be hoping to get its plans for a new supermarket in Ewell approved later this month.

The budget chain wants to open up at the old Organ Inn Crossroads site off the Ewell Bypass.

Previous applications for a drive thru restaurant there have been turned down due to traffic concerns.

Lidl’s planning application goes before the council on the 30th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

The leader of the Lib Dems has suggested a general election would be pointless.

The leader of the Lib Dems has suggested a general election would be pointless.

The MP for Twickenham Sir Vince Cable has tweeted “Jeremy Corbyn supports a Brexit very similar to Theresa May’s deal. So frankly a general election now would only offer the choice between Tweedledum and Tweedledee. “

Jackie's Iona Stewart Richardson spoke to him earlier.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

A teenager is missing from Wandsworth.



A teenager is missing from Wandsworth.

15 year old Hannah Lees has been missing since the 3rd of this month.

She has brown hair and brown eyes and is of medium build.

She was last seen in the Southside Shopping Centre.

She has links to Stockwell and Brixton, if you have seen her you must call 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

Parents who live in Wandsworth have just a few days to make sure their child gets into the school they want.

Parents who live in Wandsworth have just a few days to make sure their child gets into the school they want.

The primary school application deadline is next Tuesday.

This date applies to all children born between September 1st 2014 and August 31st 2015.

Lots of useful information about how the admissions system works is available on Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Police are asking people in Sunbury to be on the look-out for two stolen necklaces



It follows a theft at a property last month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:57 am  

A man has been charged with robbery in Sunbury

24 year old Adrian Kosmider from Woking will next appear in court early next month.

He’s accused of ransacking and stealing from a house in Fordbridge Road in December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:56 am  

Police are appealing for people to come forward after a van sped off while being pursued in Dorking.

Police were called just before 4am to Goodwyns Estate to reports that a silver Ford Mondeo was being used to break into vans.

The police chased the vehicle, which discarded a number of tools out of the window, which the police now have.

However not all the tools were recovered and the driver was not arrested so police would like any witnesses to come forward.

(The number plate of the ford is EJ60YOP)
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 am  

A care home in Esher has raised funds for the Princess Alice Hospice.

A care home in Esher has raised funds for the Princess Alice Hospice.

Residents in Arbrook House in Copsem Lane raised nearly £250 for the hospice by holding an evening of entertainment.

The Hospice says the donation will help maintain vital services across its care area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

England’s most successful tennis player has said he plans to retire

England’s most successful tennis player has said he plans to resign.

In an emotional press conference Andy Murray said how he is struggling to recover from hip surgery.



He is considering second surgery but only to ease the daily pain he suffers, he says it’s a fight to put on shoes and socks sometimes.

The 31 year old, who lives in Oxshott has made the announcement ahead of the Australian Open next week, which he says could be his last tournament.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:42 am  

A gang of 8 men have been sentenced to a total of 54 years in jail for stealing luxury watches.



A gang of 8 men have been sentenced to a total of 54 years in jail for stealing luxury watches.

14 violent robberies were carried out last year in the West End, Mayfair and Knightsbridge.

In total, the gang stole watches with a combined value of £280,000.

They intimidated, threatened and seriously assaulted members of the public and also carried out an aggravated burglary in a residential property, bringing the total number of thefts to 15.

The trial was held at Isleworth Crown Court and they were sentenced at Kingston Crown Court on Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Andy Murray could retire this year

Former world number one Andy Murray has revealed his plans to retire this year.

It's because of a persistent hip injury that's hampered his tennis career for two seasons.

Speaking ahead of the Australian Open, which starts next week, Oxshott resident Murray admits it could be his last tournament.

But he’s optimistic about making an appearance at Wimbledon.

He has three grand slam titles, including two for Wimbledon.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

Thursday, 10 January 2019

A new vehicle for volunteer team Surrey Search and Rescue has been unveiled today

It has a range of equipment on board, including a mobile communications mast and video drone feed allowing searches from the air.

Surrey’s team is one of the busiest in the country, attending over 100 missing people searches last year.

The vehicle’s been paid for through fundraising and a donation from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:21 pm  

A watch worth thousands of pounds has been stolen from a jewellers in Kingston



Police want to question the person in this CCTV in connection with the theft on Wednesday afternoon.

The Rolex Air King, worth £4,200, was stolen at 3.30pm from Antony James Jewellers in Fife Road.

If you have any information contact police on 101.

Watch model no. 114234
Serial no. M126159
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

McLaren have appointed German Andreas Seidl as the new boss of their struggling Formula 1 team

His recruitment in the role of managing director is the latest in a series of management changes aimed at making the Woking-based team competitive again.

He joins from Porsche's World Endurance Championship team.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:34 pm  

Japan has offered “total” support to Theresa May’s Brexit deal

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe spent the afternoon at Twickenham Stadium with the PM.

He is here on a state visit ahead of the Rugby World Cup later this year, which is being hosted by Japan.

Here’s what Mrs May had to say after their meeting.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Investigations are continuing following a fire at a take away restaurant in Earlsfield

Major’s, near the station, went up in flames just after 4am.

It took crews three hours to get it under control.

Nobody was injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The man known as "The Body Coach" pledges his support to meal kit firm Gousto

Joe Wicks was made famous when his high intensity workouts went viral.

His recipe book Lean in 15 was a best-selling book in 2015.

The father of one from Surbiton explains why he’s adding his name to the recipe subscription firm.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A builder from Langley Vale has been ordered to pay more than £4,000 after forging a document

28 year old Thomas Peare pleaded guilty after being taken to court by Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards.

It’s after a homeowner in Reigate paid a deposit for work in advance but had concerns about the standard of it.

Peare handed over a building regulations certificate in the name of a building control firm which turned out to be forged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:25 pm  

South Western Railway is being accused of "dragging its heels" over compensation pay-outs

It’s one of three companies, along with Hull Trains and TransPennine Express, named as the worst performers when it comes to refunds.

Three million claims for compensation were made to them between April and mid-October according to the Office of Rail and Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:58 pm  

Man dies in fire in West Brompton

Half of the ground floor property in Finborough Road was damaged by the blaze just after midnight.

The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Brigade and the Met Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Theresa May’s been showing the Japanese Prime Minister around Twickenham Stadium, as he starts an official visit to the UK

Shinzo Abe is visiting the home of English Rugby to promote the Rugby World Cup which will be hosted by Japan later this year.

The Premeires talked with school children and viewed exhibits at the stadium’s museum, including the oldest international jersey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A petition has been launched to try and get a notorious “eyesore” in North Cheam compulsory purchased



Residents living near Victoria House are being urged to sign in person at a number of shops including Tasty Affair and Atmos Lounge.

The privately owned site, which has broken windows and graffiti, has been derelict for over a decade.

Proposals for a ten storey tower block and other variations have been turned down.

Last month, photos emerged online of children apparently playing on the roof, with residents saying it is now a safety hazard.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

It's thought Japan’s decision to resume commercial whaling will be under the spotlight at Twickenham Stadium this afternoon.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is meeting with Theresa May at the famous sports ground.

In December, Japan told the International Whaling Commission of its decision to defy the global ban on commercial whaling after 30 years.

The country’s fleet will resume operations in July, but it will confine hunts to Japanese territorial waters and the exclusive economic zone.

However, the move has prompted criticism from conservationists who say the whale population has not fully recovered from pre-ban days.

Japanese officials will be hoping the news doesn’t overshadow Prime Minister Abe’s visit.

He’s at Twickenham, the home of English Rugby, to promote this year’s World Cup, which Japan is hosting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Detective Colin Sutton’s long awaited memoirs Manhunt are published today

The inspector was instrumental in bringing serial killer Levi Bellfield to justice.

Bellfield was found guilty of murdering Milly Dowler in Walton, Marsha McDonnell in Hampton and Amelie Delagrange in Twickenham

Colin’s memoirs have already been turned into an ITV drama “Manhunt” which aired earlier this week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  

A man has been charged following an armed robbery at a post office in Banstead

Police are not naming the 52 year old from Wallington at this stage.

Staff were threatened with a handgun and a quantity of cash was taken.

Detectives are continuing to appeal for information in relation to a second man believed to have been involved.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

The family of a girl who was killed on the Thames near Wandsworth Bridge are taking their safer water campaign to Theresa May.

24 year old Charlotte Brown died after the speedboat she was travelling in crashed in December 2015.

Her date, Jack Shepherd, was jailed for six years for manslaughter, but the trial was held in his absence and he remains on the run.

The Browns want to implement “Charlie’s law” following concerns that anyone can hire a boat even if they don’t have a licence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 am  

Fire breaks out near Earlsfield station



Eight fire engines and around 60 firefighters are tackling a fire at a takeaway restaurant on Garratt Lane in Earlsfield

Part of the ground floor is alight.

There are no reports of any injuries.

The Brigade was called at 4am.

Fire crews from Tooting and surrounding fire stations are at the scene.

Half of the ground floor was damaged by the fire and a small part of the first floor was damaged.

Photo Credit: Freddie Mills @millsfg on Twitter
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

Sutton council has completed an exciting new deal, which will create thousands more jobs.

The agreement concerns a new Cancer Research Hub, which has taken a major step forward in a £30 million land investment.

Sutton council is seeking a skilled and experienced development partner to deliver the vision of The London Cancer Hub.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

Police say post-mortems on two bodies found at a house in Hersham will take place this Saturday.

The man and woman were discovered on Monday at a property in Grange Road after police were asked to check on their welfare.

The deaths are being treated as unexplained and next of kin have been informed.

No more details are being released at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 am  

Stormzy says his headline performance at Glastonbury this summer will be a career defining moment.

The 25-year-old grime star from Croydon, told Elle magazine that while he feels like an "underdog", he knows he has the confidence to put on a great show
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

People in Croydon have no excuse not to stick to their new year’s resolutions.

People in Croydon have no excuse not to stick to their new year’s resolutions.

They are now able to do it online.

Website JustBe Croydon offers support for resolutions such as weight loss and stopping smoking.

The site also has a Health MOT tool, which advises people how best to meet their health goals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 am  

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has called for young talent Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at the Blues.

The youngster is being courted by Bayern Munich who have made a £35 million bid for him in this transfer window.

The West London club have offered the young winger a new contract, while manager Maurizio Sarri has publicly said he wants him to stay.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

A Christmas tree on the tracks left Richmond commuters in the lurch on Monday.

Travellers on the Stratford to Richmond, and Stratford to Clapham Junctions lines, were left crying humbug when a Christmas tree on the tracks caused severe delays.

At around 5pm on Monday a driver reported hitting a tree outside Highbury and Islington station.

Fortunately, no one was injured as a result of the abandoned tree.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:58 am  

A man from Richmond killed himself just days after he was discharged from a mental health hospital.

Mustafa Khan had been sectioned under the Mental Health Act at the Priory Hospital in Southall following a suicide threat.

His wife Vera has told the Evening Standard she can’t understand why the 40 year old was discharged after 9 days, given he refused to take medication or engage in therapy.

An inquiry into Mr Khan’s death ruled that risk assessments and the hospital’s discharge planning had been inadequate.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

There's going to be a new Sunday edition of This Morning.

It'll be hosted by Weybridge residents Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, and will feature all the best bits from the week.

But ITV insists there will be some "new and exclusive content" as well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Wandsworth, Morden, and Leatherhead in top 10 most expensive places for a funeral

Wandsworth, Morden, and Leatherhead are in the top-ten of most expensive locations in the country to organise a funeral.

But people in Croydon, Tooting, Morden, Wandsworth, and Streatham should shop around as prices for funerals vary most in these areas.

The figures from Royal London also show over £80,000 a year is spent on pauper’s funerals in Richmond and Wandsworth.

They say almost a third of public health funerals carried out nationally last year were because families couldn’t afford funeral costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 pm  

Moped driver suffering from head injuries after crash with car in Thornton Heath

A moped driver has been rushed to hospital after colliding with a car in Thornton Heath.

Police were called to the scene on Thornton Heath High Street at 1:20 this afternoon.

The rider, who’s in his 40s, is reported to be suffering from head and arm injuries.

No arrests have been made, and enquiries are ongoing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Fashion designer lost £200,000 of stock in Purley Way fire

A fashion designer has emerged as one of the people to have lost his belongings in the Purley storage depot fire.

Samuel Kaiser, who was due to showcase his work at Paris Fashion Week, has lost six years of work.

It’s believed to be worth £200,000.

Police are investigating whether the blaze at Shurgard in the Purley Way on New Year’s Eve might have been started deliberately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 pm  

There was a fire in Thornton Heath this afternoon

Crews were called to a house on Livingstone Road just after midday.

Six fire engines and around 40 firefighters attended the blaze and it was under control by 1:50.

An older woman left the property before the Brigade arrived and was unhurt.

Half of the ground floor and part of the first floor of the semi-detached house were damaged by the fire.
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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

Shops in Woking and Surrey Heath tested by police

Surrey Police have been testing various stores in Woking and Surrey Heath to see if they would sell knives to young people.

While all shops in Woking successfully challenged the mystery shoppers, two outlets in Camberley did not.

They’ve both been reported to trading standards.

The only knife you’re legally allowed to carry is a 3 inch folding blade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

It's understood drone detection firms have been summoned to Heathrow after sightings temporarily grounded flights last night

It's thought technology which can detect, film and track these devices could be installed at any UK airport within 24 hours.

Just before Christmas, around 1 thousand flights were disrupted at Gatwick when drones were spotted there.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:58 pm  

Chelsea Midfielder Kasey Palmer has been loaned to Bristol City

The attacker has been previously sent to Blackburn Rovers and Huddersfield Town, but has yet to appear for his home team.

Head Coach Lee Johnson says “I’m excited what he can bring to our squad”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

A moped rider has died after a collision in Effingham this morning

The collision in Lower Road also involved a blue BMW estate and a blue Volkswagen Beetle.

Nobody else was injured.

A 31 year old woman from Epsom has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

At least 40 horses have been taken away by the RSPCA from a farm in Ripley

A spokesman says they attended with police to execute a warrant under the Animal Welfare Act.

No arrests have been made, but it’s reported at least one person has been taken in for questioning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

Police investigating the Horsley train attack have found a new line of enquiry

They’re asking for anyone who was at the Frensham Great Pond near Farnham, between 5.45 and 6.35 in the evening last Friday.

They believe the suspects stopped there at some time after 5.30 on that day.

The alleged attackers would have been with a young child and have arrived and departed in a blue Vauxhall Corsa.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

A missing woman from Addlestone has been found

30 year old Sydnee Roake was last seen in the area at around half past five this morning.

She was located by officers earlier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

UPDATE: Police are looking into whether anyone was sleeping rough in a park in Ewell where a body was found yesterday

The discovery was made just after 3pm in Castle Avenue, near the Nonsuch Park boundary.

Officers are treating the death as unexplained.

However they are asking for people who may have seen rough sleepers in the area to come forward with further details.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:03 pm  

The leader of Wandsworth Council has reiterated the authority’s opposition to a third runway at Heathrow

Ravi Govinda is also demanding to know where the new flight paths are due to be placed.

It comes on the day the airport launched its latest consultation on the proposals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 am  

15 people a week are told they have diabetes in Wandsworth

The council is encouraging residents to “take a snapshot of your health” via its website.

You can also get stop-smoking and exercise advice.

People in the borough are also being reminded they can go to their GP to have their free health check.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri believes English referees are not able to use the video assistant referee correctly.

It's after Harry Kane was awarded a controversial penalty following a review in his side's 1-nil League Cup semi-final first leg defeat.

Sarri says he's seen a replay suggesting Kane was offside when he made his run through on goal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:27 am  

Sir Vince Cable the MP for Twickenham is supporting a campaign aimed at helping the most vulnerable this Winter.

Sir Vince Cable the MP for Twickenham is supporting a campaign aimed at helping the most vulnerable this Winter.

Charity NEA’S Warm and Safe Homes Campaign comes after it was revealed there has been a 20% increase in deaths in the capital, on last year’s figures.

The MP for Twickenham told us how people can take simple measures to ensure they are kept safe.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Scotland Yard says it's sent "significant resources" to Heathrow after a drone disrupted departures there

Officers called in the military following the sighting last night.

Sky's Katie Spencer says authorities appear to have dealt with this incident faster than the one at Gatwick before Christmas.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

People in Richmond are being encouraged to go booze free this month for the 7th year running.

People in Richmond are being encouraged to go booze free this month for the 7th year running.

The annual campaign -Dry January run by Alcohol Change UK is advising people to “reset” their relationship with drink.

Some of the benefits of giving up include, having better sleep, better skin, and weight loss and feeling healthier and clearer minded
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

A body has been found in a wooded area behind Nonsuch Park in Ewell

Police were called to Castle Avenue at around 3pm yesterday.

No further information has been released and investigations are continuing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:02 am  

Scotland Yard says it's sent "significant resources" to Heathrow after a drone disrupted departures there.

Officers called in the military following the sighting last night.

Reporter Katie Spencer says authorities appear to have dealt with this incident faster than the one at Gatwick before Christmas.



A spokesman for the Ministry of Defence says it's using specialist equipment at the west London airport.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:54 am  

A group of football fans who sexually assaulted women and chanted racial abuse while on a train are being sought by police

British Transport police say about 20 men made offensive chants in front of families and children before sexually assaulting a number of women.

The group boarded the service from London Paddington to Worcester last month.

Detectives say the group were believed to be Chelsea supporters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:52 am  

People in Walton are being asked to have their say on a so called Public Spaces Protection Order in town centre.

It comes after a number of complaints about anti-social behaviour, drug use and under-age drinking.

Elmbridge council implemented the order last March, but it’s due to expire next month.

But the council says it could be extended for a further two years if residents wish.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 am  

The MP for Carshalton Wallington spoke to us about his man priorities for his constituency this year.

The MP for Carshalton Wallington spoke to us about his man priorities for his constituency this year.



Tom Brake is also the Lib Dem Brexit spokesman so told us what his other aim is this year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 am  

The Lib Dem Leader and Twickenham's MP has spoken to Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson about Brexit and how we move forward

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:23 am  

The military is deploying anti-drone technology to help police investigate a rouge sighing at Heathrow yesterday evening.

The military is deploying anti-drone technology to help police investigate a rouge sighing at Heathrow yesterday evening.

The airport has apologised for the delays suffered by travellers.

On Monday Chris Grayling announced the exclusion zone around airports will be extended.

Investigations are continuing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Heathrow launch flight path shake-up

The biggest shake-up of flight paths since Heathrow opened in 1946 could result in thousands of homes in London being affected by noise from planes arriving at the airport.

A new system, called Independent Parallel Approaches, is being proposed to get more use out of the airport’s two runways before a third in built.

A consultation launched yesterday warned that from Tuesday January 8th “a number of flights” will pass over areas which didn’t routinely see planes flying over them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:02 am  

Twickenham's MP renews call for people's vote

Theresa May's already suffered a significant defeat in Parliament, even before a debate on her Brexit deal resumes later.

Last night, MPs voted for an amendment that will limit the government's financial powers should the UK leave the EU without an agreement.

It means any spending laws related to no-deal planning will have to be voted on in Parliament.

Lib Dem leader and Twickenham MP Sir Vince Cable says it’s another nail in PMs Brexit coffin.

The Commons debate is expected to resume after 2pm.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 am  

UPDATE: Missing Chessington woman found safe and well

Police are appealing for information in finding an elderly woman missing from Chessington.

Eighty-two-year-old Patricia Maidment suffers from dementia and was last seen in the Chessington area at 12 yesterday afternoon.

Patricia is white about 5-feet-5 and of an average build.

She wears glasses and may be with a grey Yorkshire terrier called Tommy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 am  

Sutton Council wins best performance and floats at the New Year's Day Parade

Sutton Council has won a prize, viewed on TV by over 300 million people.

The council was awarded the prize for the best performance and floats at the London’s New Year’s Day Parade.

80 people from the ages of 5 to 85 from Sutton took part in the event.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

UPDATE: Sloane Square tube station shut down to rescue man hit by a train

A man has been rushed to hospital after being hit by a train at Sloane Square tube station.

British Transport Police officers removed the man from under the train with paramedics.

His injuries are currently being assessed and it’s reported their extent is still unknown.

The station was evacuated and cordoned off to deal with the incident; it has since been reopened, but there are severe delays on the Circle and District lines.

The accident is not being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Sloane Square evacuated by police

Sloane Square station has been evacuated and cordoned off by police attending an ongoing incident.

It’s due to a person on the tracks.

Transport for London has warned of severe delays and no service on sections of the District and Circle lines which pass through the station.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 pm  

Epsom's MP Chris Grayling has been defending himself in the commons today

The Transport Secretary has been defending his decision to award a £13 million ferry contract to a company which has never run ferries.

Epsom MP Chris Grayling has told MPs in the Commons Seaborne Freight and its directors were fully vetted beforehand.

He also said "no money will be paid until they’re operating the ferries."

Seaborne will be expected to run a freight service between Ramsgate and Ostend in the event of a “no deal” Brexit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Flights have resumed at Heathrow after reported drone sighting

Heathrow Airport has confirmed that the northern runway has reopened following earlier disruption due to reports of a drone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:35 pm  

A major new consultation on the future of Heathrow after expansion has launched

The Airspace and Future Operations document is looking at areas including night flights and runway alternation.

The expansion plans are the biggest changes being made to the airport since 1946.



The consultation runs until March the 4th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Heathrow airport says departures are disrupted because of sightings of a drone.

One of its two runways is currently closed.

Before Christmas, multiple drone sightings shut Gatwick's runway for days affecting around a thousand flights.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:57 pm  

The man who brought serial killer Levi Bellfield to justice says he’s not surprised by fresh claims he was part of a paedophile gang

Bellfield’s serving life for the murders of Amelie Delagrange in Twickenham, Marsha McDonnell in Hampton and Milly Dowler in Walton.

Detective Colin Sutton’s memoirs form the basis of an ITV drama Manhunt, which airs its final episode tonight.

He says the fresh report commissioned by Hillingdon Council which links him to alleged child abuse is absolutely believable.



Colin's memoirs are published on Thursday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A 23 year old man has been jailed for 14 years after being found guilty of wounding with intent



Rudi Brooks from Thames Ditton was arrested in July after a man was found with stab wounds in Walton Road.

He was found not guilty of attempted murder but ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £170

Upon sentencing, the judge said “the violent, potentially lethal use of knives is all too prevalent amongst males of your age.”

In an extract from the victim’s impact statement, which was read in court, the victim said: “Since being discharged from hospital I have had to make several trips to various hospitals for different reasons. I still suffer with my stab injuries. The wounds have healed but there are large scars across my body that are a daily reminder of what happened to me.”

“What has had a major impact on my life is the fact that I have partially lost the sight in my right eye. I have been having treatment for this but at the moment the medical people do not know if they can save my eyesight.”

Detective Inspector Alison Green of North Surrey CID said: “The victim is incredibly lucky to be alive today. His heart stopped twice and if it wasn’t for the amazing work from the first responders then we could have been looking at a murder trial instead of attempted murder.

“This was not a random act of violence, it was a targeted attack by Brooks against the victim after they’d had an argument earlier that day. Brooks was ruthless and callous in his actions that night they will have a life-long impact on the victim and witnesses.

“I’d like to commend the victim for his bravery throughout the trial, having to relive this extremely traumatic incident was not easy. I hope the verdict and the work of the investigating team will help him start to move on and put this behind him.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:03 pm  

Tottenham and Chelsea are calling on their fans to behave during tonight's League Cup semi-final first leg at Wembley

Supporters of both sides have been involved in incidents of discriminatory behaviour this season.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri wants them to get behind his team in the right way.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

Tonight will see the last episode of Manhunt

The three part mini - series is based on the memoirs of detective Colin Sutton.

He led the investigation into the murder of 22 year old Amelie Delagrange on Twickenham Green in 2004.

It was Colin who linked killer Levi Bellfield to the murders of Marsha McDonnell in Hampton and Milly Dowler in Walton.

15 years after the investigation, Colin says Bellfield’s fame hungry nature meant he thought twice before deciding to tell his story.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:40 pm  

The Football Association is looking into an alleged Nazi salute made by Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey

The Wales international was pictured with his right arm in the air in a photo posted on Instagram by his team mate Max Meyer, who's German.

Hennessey insists the picture shows him waving and shouting with his hand over his mouth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Man from Elmbridge wanted by police



Police are appealing for your help to locate Zac Alexander, who has links to the Elmbridge area.

He failed to appear at court on the 12th of December regarding assault charges.

Officers would also like to speak to him regarding a domestic incident in Walton.

Zac is 26 and described as white, 5ft 10ins tall and of slim build with brown hair.

It’s believed he has a tattoo on his right hand of the word “Mum” and he may also be wearing a sling on his left arm.

Anyone who has seen Zac, or knows of his whereabouts is asked not to approach him but should call 999, quoting reference number 45180127155.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 pm  

The FA Cup's two most successful sides will meet in the fourth round after Arsenal were drawn at home to Manchester United

Holders Chelsea will host Sheffield Wednesday or Luton, while non-league Barnet were drawn at home to Brentford.

Wolves' reward for knocking out Premier League leaders Liverpool is a trip to either Shrewsbury or Stoke.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:42 pm  

Sophie Ellis Bextor has welcomed her fifth son with husband Richard Jones

The 39 year old singer from Chiswick announced the news on Instagram yesterday.

She wrote: "He's here! Mickey Jones born today weighing 7lb 1oz and he's absolutely gorgeous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Police say enquiries are still ongoing after two bodies were found at a house in Hersham

They were discovered yesterday at a property in Grange Road.

The deaths are being treated as unexplained and next of kin have been informed.

No more details are being released at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

Another giant fatberg, bigger than Nelson's Column, has been found in Devon

It's been blocking a sewer in Sidmouth.

South West Water says it'll take around eight weeks to remove the 64 metre-long “berg” that's made up of hardened fat, oil and wet wipes.

What’s thought to be the first fatberg was discovered in 2013 in Kingston’s sewers.

It was roughly the size of a 15 tonne bus.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:40 pm  

The biggest changes since 1946 are being made to Heathrow.

The biggest changes since 1946 are being made to Heathrow.

Today a 12 week consultation has launched, asking people in West London about their views on a number of issues.

Managing overnight flights and how to implement a 6 and a half hour night break when work is taking place to build the third runway are some of the concerns due to be addressed.

Plans for an extra 25,000 flights a year will only be implemented once the runway is in motion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

The number of people in Sutton starting apprenticeships has fallen by 25% in the last year.

In 2017/2018 7,390 people from Croydon, Sutton, Merton, Kingston and Richmond signed up, which is down from 10,000 from 2016/2017.

South London Partnership leaders are calling on the Government for changes to be made to encourage people to sign up to them.

Tom Brake, MP for Carshalton and Wallington, had this to say to us earlier.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Two bodies have been found in a house in Hersham.

Surrey Police say they discovered the bodies yesterday in Grange Road just after 10am after conducting a welfare check.

Police say "at this time the deaths are being treated as unexplained and enquiries are ongoing."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 am  

A committee of residents in West Ewell are speaking out about their concerns surrounding a new housing development.

The 161 housing development is courtesy of Epsom and Ewell High School Trust, the Council and Bellway Trust.

But residents have taken matters into their own hands after claiming they have not been consulted properly about the plans.

One of the leaders of the committee is Karen Mathews who tells us what the development could be used for instead.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:42 am  

The Mayor of London has faced criticism, following his desire to get rid of a scheme that provides councils with police officers.

The Patrol Plus scheme, allows the Met to fund a new officer for every one paid for by a local council.

339 officers are currently being paid for in London.

Tom Brake, the MP for Carshalton and Wallington, explains how this will affect his constituency.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:33 am  

A letter - signed by more than 200 MPs urging the government to rule out a no-deal Brexit - will be handed to the Prime Minister later.

A letter - signed by more than 200 MPs urging the government to rule out a no-deal Brexit - will be handed to the Prime Minister later.

Theresa May's invited all signatories from different parties to Downing Street for a meeting.

They're concerned about the impact of a no-deal Brexit.

We asked the Lib Dem leader if this Donald Trump style shut down would just frustrate the Brexit process.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

Today is the 30th anniversary of the Kegworth plane disaster, where 37 of 126 people on board.

The flight bound for Belfast from Heathrow came down when it was en route to the East Midlands Airport to make an emergency landing.

The boeing 737-400 was forced to divert due to an engine malfunction and crashed on the M1 motorway in the village of Kegworth, Leicestershire.

Of the 74 who were left seriously injured, the BBC revealed one survivor who did not wake up for 18 months after the crash, and is left with life changing injuries- has just taken his first steps.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 am  

A committee of residents in West Ewell is concerned about the consequences of a planned housing development.

A committee of residents in West Ewell is concerned about the consequences of a planned housing development.

The planning, which has been in the pipeline for a while is courtesy of Epsom & Ewell High School Trust and Bellway Homes.

Some residents are concerned about the lack of involvement they have had about the 161 housing development.

One of those worried is Karen Matthews from West Ewell



People have just until the 18th Jan to share their views on the proposals which can be seen on the link below.

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:12 am  

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says he won't bring in a replacement if Gary Cahill leaves the club this month

The defender has played just 21 minutes of Premier League football under Sarri and is into the final six months of his contract.

Cahill has been linked with a move to neighbours Fulham.



Tonight, Chelsea meet Tottenham in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final at Wembley.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Dog owners are being reminded by Surrey Police to make sure their pets are not dangerous or out of control, in public or private

People are being reminded about the rules surrounding dangerous dogs, it is an offence if it injures someone or appears like it might.

A court can also deem your dog “dangerous” if it attacks another animal or another owner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 am  

A butcher in Belmont is closing down after almost half a century of trading

77 year old Roy Gravett is retiring, after taking over the site on Station Road from a previous butcher 45 years ago.

The shop has been a butcher for almost 100 years.

It will close its doors for the last time at 2pm on Saturday, where Roy will be celebrating with friends and customers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 am  

Missing teenager has links to Croydon



Police are searching for a missing teenager with links to Croydon.

13 year old Tyra Thomas-Brown went missing from Lambeth on Friday.

You can see a picture of her on our Jackie News Twitter feed.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 7 January 2019

Teenager arrested for carrying large knife in Hinchley Wood



A teenage boy has been arrested in Hinchley Wood after he was found with an 11 inch knife.

The 14 year old was arrested last night after being reported in possession of a large knife by a member of the public.

When searching him, officers found the 11 inch kitchen blade in his waistband.

He has been referred to the youth intervention team.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Merton residents can now get STI kits sent to their home

People over the age of 16 who live in Merton can now order STI check kits to their home.

Since the start of last year, nearly 2,000 HIV and STI home testing kits have been ordered by people in the borough.

The free, easy to use kits can be home delivered and you can expect to get your results within a week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

UPDATE: Police appeal for witnesses to Clapham collision which left a man with life-threatening injuries

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was left with life-threatening injuries from being hit by a van in Clapham.

Officers were called to the scene on Balham Hill just after 9 o’clock this morning to reports of a van colliding with a pedestrian.

The victim, a 37-year-old man, is in hospital with serious head injuries.

No arrests have been made and anyone with information is asked to call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:07 pm  

A woman who is suspected of being in possession of a knife in public has been arrested in Hampton.

A woman who is suspected of being in possession of a knife in public has been arrested in Hampton.

Roads were closed around Coombe Lane after police were called this morning.

Officers say they found a woman in possession of a knife, entering an address in Coombe Lane.

Roads were closed in the area for around three hours, but have now reopened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

The family of a woman who died in a speed boat crash near Wandsworth have spoken about their anger in locating the suspect.

The family of a woman who died in a speed boat crash near Wandsworth have spoken about their anger in locating the suspect.

Jack Shepard has been on the run since the summer, in July the trial went ahead and he was jailed for 6 years for the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown.

The trial was held in Shepard’s absence and the family have told the Telegraph they think police “haven’t got a clue where he is”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

Fulham Palace is due to reveal its make-over this spring.

Fulham Palace is due to reveal its make-over this spring.

It comes after 3.8 million was raised for the restoration work.

As part of plans, a new museum and will be completed and the Tudor Courtyard will be given an upgrade.

The new look will give people an insight into the palace’s heritage as the home of the Bishops of London for 1,300 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

A court has heard a man killed on a train in Surrey in front of his teenage son was stabbed nine times.

A court has heard a man killed on a train in Surrey in front of his teenage son was stabbed nine times.

51 year old Lee Pomeroy from Guildford died in the attack on a train at Horsley on Friday.

35 year old Darren Pencille of no fixed abode, has appeared at Staines Magistrates' Court charged with murder and possessing an offensive weapon.

He was remanded into custody and will appear at Guildford Crown Court later today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 pm  

Sutton has no access to any tube stations and is at a disadvantage when it comes to connecting to other areas in London.

Sutton has no access to any tube stations and is at a disadvantage when it comes to connecting to other areas in London.

Following the end of the consultation about the Sutton Rail Link Tom Brake the MP for Carshalton and Wallington told us how he feels about the proposals.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

A teenager says he has been left traumatised after a Chelsea game.

A teenager says he has been left traumatised after a Chelsea game.

The 14 year old was apparently “man-handled” by a steward while he was filming outside Chelsea’s ground.

A spokesman for Chelsea said: "We are aware of the complaint and are looking into it."

The boy said he wanted an apology from Chelsea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

A man's appeared at Staines Magistrates' court accused of stabbing a father to death in front of his teenage son on a train in Horsley.

35-year-old Darren Shane Pencille is charged with the murder of 51-year-old Lee Pomeroy.

The incident happened on Friday afternoon on a service to Waterloo.

Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt is outside Staines Magistrates' Court.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

People in Wandsworth who want to start up their own business this year can now seek financial help.

People in Wandsworth who want to start up their own business this year can now seek financial help.

Start Up Loans is working with the council to give financial support and advice to new, young businesses.

Businesses that are under 2 years old can apply to up to £25,000 and will also get a year of free mentoring.

More information will be available on the 31st of this month at a presentation evening at Battersea Arts Centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm  

A van collided with a pedestrian on Balham Hill this morning.

A van collided with a pedestrian on Balham Hill this morning.

Police were called just after 9 o’clock to Balham Hill, near to the junction with Cathles Road in Wandsworth.

The man believed to be in his 30’s was taken to hospital by an air ambulance, it’s thought he suffered head injuries.

No arrests have been made as investigations continue…
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:14 pm  

People in Richmond are being reminded they can recycle their Christmas trees from today.

People in Richmond are being reminded they can recycle their Christmas trees from today.

Until the 18th the council; will collect unwanted trees and shred them which will be used as compost across the borough.

Trees need to be left outside their property next to the recycling containers, make sure they are bare and not still decorated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

A man's appeared in court charged with murdering a father in front of his son on a train in Surrey.

A man's appeared in court charged with murdering a father in front of his son on a train in Surrey.

Darren Shane Pencille is accused of stabbing Lee Pomeroy, who was 51, on Friday - as the service made its way to London Waterloo.

The 35 year old, from Farnham, has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at Guildford Crown Court later this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham is aiming to be the best borough in London, by improving in a number of areas.

Hammersmith and Fulham is aiming to be the best borough in London, by improving in a number of areas.

These include, cracking down on air pollution, building affordable homes, protecting people from crime and campaigning against Brexit.

The move comes, despite evidence that over the last 9 years, 60p of every £1 has been cut from central government to local authorities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Michael Caine is selling his estate in Leatherhead for £3.75 million.

Michael Caine is selling his estate in Leatherhead for £3.75 million.

The award winning actor and his wife Shakira moved to the 8 acre estate, Keston Lodge in 1999 for 1 million.

Caine said the property, in Leatherhead now worth 3 times its buying price- reflects his view that the key to a happy marriage is separate bathrooms.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

We are pleased to say that the 15 year old missing from Horley, who was last seen on Wednesday 2nd January, has been found in Sunbury.

We are pleased to say that the 15 year old missing from Horley, who was last seen on Wednesday 2nd January, has been found in Sunbury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:48 am  

Heathrow airport has announced it will introduce 25,000 extra flights, ahead of plans to build the third runway.

Heathrow airport has announced it will introduce 25,000 extra flights, ahead of plans to build the third runway.

68 more take-offs and landings are expected a day, once the runway is in place.

People who live in West London are being invited to a consultation on the proposals this week, more details on that are to come…
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

A man is due in court later charged with murdering a father on a train in Horsely, in front of his 14 year old son.

A man is due in court later charged with murdering a father on a train in Horsely, in front of his 14 year old son.

35 year old Darren Pencille from Farnham is also charged with possession of an offensive weapon.

51 year old Lee Pomeroy was fatally stabbed at lunchtime on a train bound for London.

A 27 year old woman Chelsea Mitchell, also from Farnham has been charged with assisting an offender.

Pencille and Mitchell will both appear at Staines Magistrates Court this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:37 am  

A man is missing from a mental health facility in Wandsworth.



A man is missing from a mental health facility in Wandsworth.

38 year old Kane Webb, who is also known as Mark McNeil, was last seen just before 5pm on Sunday.

He is 5ft 9ins tall, of slim build with short dreadlocks. When last seen, he was wearing a black Nike tracksuit and black trainers.

Kane should not be approached by members of the public as his behaviour can be unpredictable.

He is known to have connections with the Battersea and Roehampton areas.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:58 am  

Chelsea stay with front-runners in Women's Super League

Chelsea Women are third in the Women’s Super League One this morning following yesterday’s 3-nil win over Everton at Kingsmeadow.

Arsenal Women moved back to the top after a come-from-behind 4-2 win at West Ham.

Manchester City Women were held to a 1-all draw at Bristol City.

There were also wins for Brighton & Hove Albion and Birmingham City Women.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 am  

Sunday, 6 January 2019

A man's been charged with the murder of a father on a train in Horsley

Lee Pomeroy was stabbed to death in front of his 14-year-old son on Friday, not long after boarding the carriage at Guildford.

Darren Shane Pencille, who's 35 and from Farnham, is also charged with possessing an offensive weapon.

Reporter Lorna Shaddick has more details.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 pm  

Fulham suffered one of the big shocks in the third round of the FA Cup

The Premier League strugglers were beaten 2-1 at home by League Two side Oldham.

Manager Claudio Ranieri made a number of changes to his team - and says the players he picked failed to take their chance to impress.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

Hounslow Police are reminding people to lock their car doors following a theft in the early hours of this morning

Several items including a USB, sunglasses and money were stolen from the vehicle parked in Bulstrode Road at around 2am.

Police are also advising people to park in well-lit busier areas and remove any valuables if they are leaving their cars unattended.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 pm  

A van driver has been caught trying to use electrical tape to change his number plate in Ewell

Police found him last night after he filled up with £50 of fuel then drove off without paying.

Officers returned him to the petrol station where he paid in full, then was issued a ticket for a tyre with little to no tread.

It was labelled a “community solution” so while it was recorded as a crime, the driver was not arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:38 pm  

Idling Action Day to take place in Richmond

Richmond Council’s asking for volunteers to help with an anti-idling day set to take place around the areas of Deer Park School, Richmond Station and the main town centre.

Volunteers will encourage road users to switch off their engines when stopping in the areas in a bid to improve air quality.

Idling Action Day will take place on 24th January from 2 pm-5pm.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

NHS 111 users in South West London asked to take part in new survey

Users of the NHS 111 telephone service in South West London are being encouraged to take part in a survey to help improve the service further in the future.

The NHS 111 service is free and designed to help people easily access health information, advice and treatment either by telephone or online 24/7.

The survey closes on 31st January.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NHS_111_SW_London
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

Surrey residents asked to have their say on policing in the county

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey has asked residents to have their say on where police funding goes.

David Munro has asked whether residents would be prepared to pay an extra £2 a month in council tax in order to place an additional 100 officers in their dedicated neighbourhood teams across the county.

The rise would also help with investment in specialist officers to tackle serious organised crime gangs and drug dealers.

The consultation closes at midnight on Monday 28th January.

http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/CouncilTax201920/

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm  

Kew Gardens wants people to recycle their Christmas trees with them for free

The trees will be shredded into mulch, which will keep the garden’s plants and soil fertilised and healthy.

From today from 10 until 3 people can donate them at the Brentford Gate.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:22 am  

One of Croydon’s longest serving councillors has died

Labour’s Maggie Mansell represented Norbury Ward since 1986.

Croydon North MP Steve Reed tweeted saying “she was passionate about the NHS” and “campaigned right up to the end”.

Council Leader Tony Newman says “she helped thousands of people & made a real difference” and will be “sadly missed by us all”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:19 am  

REPORT - Hampton and Richmond FC lost 2-0 to Chelmsford City

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:01 am  

Police have been given a further 12 hours to question the suspected killer of a man on a train in Horsley

Lee Pomeroy was stabbed to death on Friday.

A 27 year old woman is also being held on suspicion of assisting in the attack.

If you have any information, contact the British Transport Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:31 am  

Nearly half of home owners with a mortgage say they're paying it off faster than planned

A survey found young people are even more likely to make overpayments.

By region, those in London and the West Midlands were the quickest to look to clear the debt.

44 percent of the South West made an overpayment on their mortgage in the year to June 2018.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 am  

A search will take place at 10am in Epsom today to find a missing puppy that has not been found for three days

The puppy’s name tag was found broken today, but was last seen near the Cricketers pub in Epsom running down the road towards Phoenix Close.

She is a black and tan German Shepard and goes by the name Alanna.

The search will start at the Cricketers pub in Epsom and the puppy’s owners are asking people to check their gardens, sheds, allotments and other areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 am  

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