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Saturday, 2 May 2020

A soldier from Wimbledon has run a marathon in cricket gear today to raise money for charity.


Rob Cross made 2,387 runs in his back garden in full whites with gloves and a bat, for the NHS.

He’ll also be donating proceeds to Chance to Shine, a charity which introduces sport to children and communities.

Two army friends from Shropshire are also taking part.

You can find a link to their fundraiser here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Quantum Teddington Developers has lost its appeal to develop the much loved Udney Park playing fields

1,600 residents along with Teddington Cricket Club mounted a challenge to the plans.

It has been agreed by Richmond Council that the development would impact negatively on the area and green spaces.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

Fitness guru from Richmond, Joe Wicks has been in hospital after a bike injury to his hand became "inflamed and possibly infected"

The Body Coach spent the night there because his operation was delayed.

The 33-year-old underwent minor surgery for his injured hand in late March, days after launching his popular daily PE lessons and has been seen in a cast since.

He told fans the pain was excruciating but has thanked them for their well-wishes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:45 am  

Croydon has once again become the worst hit borough in London for coronavirus

As of Friday 1st May, 1,358 people in Croydon have tested positive for coronavirus– the highest figure out of all 32 London boroughs.

Experts suggest it’s due to the fact that Croydon is London's second-most populated borough, while also being home to people from BAME backgrounds who have disproportionately been affected by the virus.

While seven London boroughs now have more than 1,000 cases, Richmond, Kingston, and Kensington and Chelsea all have fewer than 500 cases.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

A three-year-old from Sutton who was told by doctors she would never walk has completed her fundraiser walk for the NHS

Daisy Briggs, who was diagnosed with a severe spinal condition, was inspired by Colonel Tom Moore and has now completed her own Rainbow Walk fundraiser raising over £10,000.

Using her walking frame, Daisy has walked 25 metres a day whilst wearing a different colour of the rainbow.

For Daisy and her family this fundraiser marks a monumental moment in her life, though she has demonstrated strength from the moment she was born.

Daisy, who spent her first five weeks in St Georges Hospital battling for her life now wants to give back to the NHS.

Her mum Rea has the details:



To donate to Daisy's Just Giving Page, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

The boss of Heathrow airport has warned social distancing measures at airports are “physically impossible”

But the chief executive of Europe’s busiest airport has said they will have to introduce health-screening and ask passengers to wear masks.

The GMB union have said the airport must enforce social distancing to protect workers, as GMB members working at Heathrow have lost their lives to the coronavirus.

It also comes as passengers continue to return from countries where COVID-19 is prevalent.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

“It has never been more important for Londoners to stay at home” – that’s the message from blue light and transport services across London

In a new video from the Met, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Service, Transport for London, and doctors and nurses, key workers across the capital have thanked Londoners for their help during the coronavirus outbreak.

Over the last six weeks, key workers have been keeping essential services running.

As we enter another weekend of lockdown, the video reminds people of the importance to stay at home in order to save lives.

You can find the video across the social media platforms of those key services by searching #LondonTogether.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Friday, 1 May 2020

The oldest man in London has died at the age of 108.

Ben Raymond ran a hair salon in Bermondsey, which served the likes of Charlton Heston and The Crown Prince of Arabia in the 1950s.

Rabbi Shmully Aronson from Sutton United Synagogue, told the Times of Israel that he was a “very positive, happy-go-lucky man”.

He was believed to be the third oldest man in the UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Police are asking for witnesses to come forward after an incident of dangerous driving in Stanwell.

Officers attempted to stop a black VW Tiguan in Douglas Road at 4.30pm on Thursday.

The single occupant, believed to be an underage male, failed to stop, driving at speed towards the officers and members of the public.

It then sped off in the direction of Stanwell High Street.

If you have any information or any dashcam footage, you should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A man from Wimbledon is trying to raise £40,000 to treat what’s being described as an “extremely rare form of cancer.”



Sean Stuart has a Choriocarcinoma in his adrenal gland which only occurs in 1 in 7 billion men.

His consultant tells him he’s the only man with it in the UK, and potentially in the whole world.

But, the cost of the life-saving testing isn’t covered by the NHS.

For more information and to donate please click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:27 pm  

3 year old girl from Sutton defies the odds to launch her own Rainbow Walk for the NHS

Daisy Briggs from Sutton has raised more than £10,000 so far.

She suffers from spina bifida, hydrocephalus, hip dysplasia and talipes.

Daisy uses a walking frame and can walk approx 25 metres at a time and is doing her own Rainbow Walk fundraiser for the NHS, inspired by Colonel Tom Moore.

We've been inundated with messages asking how you can help.

Her mum Rea has the details:



To donate to Daisy's Just Giving Page, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 pm  

A 123-year-old rowing club in Chiswick is set to continue into the future

The Thames Tradesmen’s Rowing Club will retain its lease on its facilities after discussions with Hounslow Council.

Chiswick Boat House will be redeveloped so it can be used by all the residents of the borough.

TTRC Captain Paul Arnold says they want to “introduce the local community of all ages and backgrounds” to the sport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:51 pm  

She’s used to judging hopefuls on Britain’s Got Talent, but now Amanda Holden is putting herself firmly in the spotlight... and it's all for charity

The star from Barnes is the latest celebrity to release a charity single.

Her version of the classic Over the Rainbow has been released with all proceeds from its sale going to NHS Charities Together.

Amanda says the song choice is apt because the rainbow has become a symbol of hope amidst the pandemic.



Speaking openly about her own experiences, Amanda explains,

“Life has taken a really funny turn but one thing that I think has become really clear is that we are all in this together. And more than ever, we've reconnected with love and hope during this time. The wonderful team at Marks & Spencer have designed these beautiful rainbow t-shirts featuring the slogan ‘all in this together’ with all proceeds going to NHS Charities Together.

This campaign and the NHS mean a lot to me because, as I’m sure you’ve read over the years, they've saved my life. They’ve saved my sister's life after she was in a car accident. And, of course, our son Theo was born sleeping at an NHS hospital where all the staff were utterly extraordinary and treated us with so much empathy and love. So, I feel like I owe them so much. I feel like we all owe them a debt now and of course for the future to come.

Last year, I recorded a version of Over The Rainbow. It was for my album, but obviously for the moment the album is on hold, and last week, myself and Marks & Spencer were chatting and we remembered this song. My record label, VirginEMI, have kindly agreed to put the song out with all proceeds going to support this wonderful cause for the NHS.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham is one of the most difficult London boroughs to socially distance in, according to a new study

University College London researchers found nearly 75% of streets in the borough are not wide enough to keep away from others.

Researchers found that across the capital, only 36% of pavements are at least three metres wide.

They’re calling for street space to be reallocated during this time so people can travel safely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

People travel to Twickenham stadium to get tested for Covid-19

One Cabinet minister claims the government will have hit its 100,000 a-day testing target, or come very close.

It had until the end of yesterday to reach the milestone for coronavirus checks.

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick says it's been a "success" even if the exact figure isn't achieved.

These people have been arriving for appointments at a drive-through testing centre in Twickenham.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Josh Brown of Staines based Henley Shipping tells Jackie's Emily Dexter how his company helped make Colonel Tom Moore's 100th birthday even more special

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 pm  

Heathrow airport says passenger numbers last month were down by around 97%, compared to last year

It expects demand will "remain weak" until governments around the world think it's safe to lift travel restrictions.

Chief executive John Holland-Kaye says health screenings, similar to security checks, need to be brought in.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

The house in Kingston where John Lewis filmed their Christmas Advert in 2014 is up for sale

The ad showed a boy and Monty the Penguin playing hide and seek together, and took ten days to film.

The £2.8m mansion has a loft extension that’s been turned into a classroom capable of accommodating 12 children.

Film crews painted the house in John Lewis green, but returned it to cream after filming.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:03 pm  

The MP for Epsom is urging us to get behind some of the area’s charities

Epsom Riding for the Disabled is one being singled out by Chris Grayling for donations and fundraising projects.

The charity which started life in 1969, now has around 200 riders, 300 volunteers and a herd of ponies.

But it’s feared the current situation could force it to stay closed for many months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

A singer-songwriter from Esher is hoping her new material will resonate with people in lock-down and missing their loved ones

Riva Taylor was the the youngest artist to ever secure a record deal with EMI at the age of 12.

Since then, she’s performed in front of Prince Charles, at the FA Cup final and has been featured on Sir Elton John’s own music show.

Riva’s new album “This Woman’s Heart” will be released in two parts.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

The RSPCA has set up a foodbank for pets

Wimbledon Foodbank has joined forces with the charity’s Wimbledon, Wandsworth & Sutton and Balham & Tooting branches.

Pet food will be delivered to owners in those areas who are struggling to feed their animals during the Covid-19 pandemic.

It’s thought 150 people and their pets will be helped everyday via the initiative.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

The testing centre at Wandsworth Town Hall is now open

The army will run operations out of the pop-up base today and tomorrow.

Over 65s, key workers, and members of their households can get tested

ID and appointments are needed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Thursday, 30 April 2020

A murder investigation has been launched after a man was found dead in an alleyway in Hayes.

A murder investigation has been launched after a man was found dead in an alleyway in Hayes.

Police were called on Saturday to station road, where 37-year-old Baljit Sign was pronounced dead at the scene.

A postmortem in Fulham on Monday found he had been strangled.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:22 pm  

That’s the message from Epsom and Ewell Council to those wanting to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

That’s the message from Epsom and Ewell Council to those wanting to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

The early May bank holiday had been moved to Friday, May the 8th instead, in preparation for the celebrations.

But those celebrations have been put on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic and residents are being urged to display bunting only.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:21 pm  

Police are trying to find the owner of a mobility scooter found during a search of a house in Chertsey.



Police are trying to find the owner of a mobility scooter found during a search of a house in Chertsey.

Officers attended the address in Cowley Avenue last week and found the electric scooter which did not belong to the property owner.

The scooter is described as custom made with Wake Best bicycle handle bars and a Zoom hydraulic disc.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 pm  

A 25m metre cordon was put around a substation in Gloucester Road this morning, after it caught fire.

A 25m metre cordon was put around a substation in Gloucester Road this morning, after it caught fire.

Crews were called just after midnight to the unit in South Kensington.

It’s believed it was caused by water coming into contact with an electrical supply.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 pm  

British Airways says it may not reopen at Gatwick even once the Covid-19 pandemic is over.

British Airways says it may not reopen at Gatwick even once the Covid-19 pandemic is over.

A memo, seen by the BBC, has been sent out to staff by the head of the Sussex based hub.

The Heathrow based airline is expecting to cut a quarter of its pilots as part of huge cutbacks, around 1,100.

This week, the company said it might have to reduce its entire workforce by 12,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 pm  

Police are working to identify a man who died at Clapham North Underground station 3 weeks ago.

Police are working to identify a man who died at Clapham North Underground station 3 weeks ago.

Emergency services were called just after 10am on the 7th of April following a casualty on the tracks.

A CCTV picture of the man has been released.

He was wearing a blue Everlast jacket, grey Nike trainers, a short black beard and black glasses.

You can find the picture on our Jackie News Twitter feed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:22 pm  

Colliers Launches a family run boat business in Twickenham is sinking, and is calling for your help.

Danny Collier, of Colliers Launches in Twickenham, tells Jackie's Luke Williams why Covid-19 could kill the historic boating company, which includes a Dunkirk little ship, if people don't support it.



To donate or find out more click here

As of lunchtime today, £4,000 of the £25,000 needed had been raised.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Coombe Boys' New Malden headteacher David Smith issues some top tips for parents home-schooling

David Smith, who is home schooling his own children, has been telling Jackie's Luke Williams how parents can find a balance between their own work, and that of their children's.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

A testing unit for coronavirus will be in Croydon over the next three days

Appointments must be made, and are only available to key workers, members of their household, and people over 65.

It will be staffed by members of the army.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

An 11 year old, inspired by Captain Tom Moore, has run a full marathon to raise funds for the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher

Harry Swing is already a keen sports enthusiast, playing for Claygate Royals FC and competes in cross country events.

In a bid to burn off some of his excess energy, Harry chose to take on a 2.6 challenge and has so far raised more than £2,000.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

Richmond Council’s lead member for business is asking the Government to do more to help those falling through the funding gap

The Government has launched a series of grants and funding streams for small businesses amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.

However, a large number of small business such as dentists, do not qualify for help.

Geoff Acton says the council is powerless to help the many small businesses in the borough which may be lost completely.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

Home schooling is at the forefront of all parents’ minds at the moment

Following the curriculum, discipline techniques and enhancing social skills are some of the biggest challenges faced by mums and dads.

David Smith is the headmaster at Coombe Boy’s School in New Malden.

He has this advice for parents who are struggling making the transition from parent to teacher.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:59 am  

The A3 Northbound is currently closed at Shannon corner after a collision, which resulted in a vehicle overturning

There are no reports of serious injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 am  

Tributes are coming in for a vicar from Norbiton who has died from coronavirus

The Reverend Peter Holmes had led St Peter’ church since 1993 and was due to retire later this year.

The 65 year old, who also founded The Joel Community night shelter, died in hospital on Saturday.

Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness has described him as “ a true champion of kindness and caring.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

The Labour MP for Brentford and Isleworth has faced a backlash for a tweet she posted about the birth of Boris Johnson’s son

Ruth Cadbury took to Twitter moments after the announcement of the baby yesterday morning.

The tweet said 'It appears Boris Johnson has just found yet another excuse to miss PMQs.'

The post was later deleted after some social media users branded her “nasty” and “heartless.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 am  

Wednesday, 29 April 2020

Wandsworth town hall is to be turned into a pop up Covid-19 testing centre

The army will run operations out of the base on Friday and Saturday only.

People in certain categories who think they may have the virus can get tested at the temporary mobile site.

These include essential workers with symptoms and frontline NHS staff.

ID will be needed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 pm  

Fulham football club’s doctor has volunteered to care for some of London’s most vulnerable people amid the coronavirus pandemic

Dr Justin Yeoh will support homeless and vulnerable individuals in hotel accommodation provided by Hammersmith and Fulham Council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 pm  

The leader of Sutton Council has paid tribute to three members of staff who have lost their lives to coronavirus

Lucy Mayer has this report.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 pm  

There’s now a free phone help line offering hymns, prayers and worship and it’s all thanks to a couple from Claygate

“Daily Hope”, which offers a round the clock service, is the brainchild of Pippa Craymer.

She heads up “Connections” which used to be one of the largest weekly gatherings at the Holy Trinity church.

Pippa’s husband Steve introduces the hymns with backgrounds on the hymns meaning and their composers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 pm  

A man’s been attacked while walking his dog in Chertsey

It happened at around 7 o’clock last night in Gogmore Farm Park.

The victim was punched and kicked in the head by a group of four men and two women, resulting in serious injuries to his face.

The suspects made off with the victim’s grey Nike backpack and a quantity of cash from his pockets.

It is believed some of the suspects may have left the park on foot in the direction of Chertsey Library.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:02 pm  

Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic has promised to donate Mexican food to workers at an American hospital every Saturday for the next month as they continue to fight coronavirus

The American said he wanted to show his support and gratitude to frontline staff at the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Centre where he was born.

Pulisic, who joined Chelsea in 2019, shared pictures on social media of staff receiving their first delivery of burritos from fast food chain Chipotle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 pm  

Trials are beginning at Imperial College London to understand and treat Covid-19.

Thousands of samples from patients have been collected from hospitals, including Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith.

Preliminary findings show high blood pressure, heart disease and obesity can lead to more severe cases of the disease.

Professor Peter Openshaw says it shows the “vital importance of forward planning and investment” that’s allowed them to mobilise quickly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Wandsworth town hall is to be turned into a pop up Covid-19 testing centre

The army will run operations out of the base on Friday and Saturday only.

People in certain categories who think they may have the virus can get tested at the temporary mobile site.

These include essential workers with symptoms and frontline NHS staff.

ID will be needed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:29 pm  

A nurse who worked at St Georges Hospital in Tooting has died from COVID-19.

33-year-old Ken Lambatan who specialised in the treatment of heart patients, answered a call for extra nursing staff

He has been described as hero by his brother Ezel.

Ken was taken to St Thomas's Hospital by ambulance and spent more than a week on a ventilator before his death on Monday

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A retired Major General is taking on the nationwide 2.6 challenge to raise money for a charity in Surbiton.

Tim Tyler, who is chairman of the Star and Garter care home, is embarking on a 26-mile gruelling indoor row.

He intends to complete the distance of 156 miles, the equivalent of the journey from his home in Hampshire to the home in Surbiton.

He has already raised £4,000 for the charity which provides care and support for veterans and their partners living with disabilities.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The Tory MP for Carshalton and Wallington has launched his “Unsung Heroes” campaign.

Elliot Colburn is inviting nominations for a person or organisation that merits recognition for deeds undertaken during the pandemic.



Mr Colburn plans to partner with businesses to donate prizes to the winners.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Foreign secretary and Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab says the number of people who have died after being diagnosed with coronavirus is "horrifying".

A total of 108 NHS and social care staff have lost their lives to the illness.

Unions have called British Airways' decision to cut 12,000 jobs "devastating".

The airline says it's suffered from a collapse in passenger numbers due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Schools across England could reopen in a "phased manner" when social distancing measures are eased.

The education secretary says students could be let back in at different times to not overwhelm teachers.

A person going out for walks dressed as a 17th century plague doctor is being sought by police.

Officers want to speak to the figure in Norwich, after they prompted concerned calls from parents.

And an American TV presenter says he was "mortified" after accidentally appearing on air without any trousers.

Journalist Will Reeve didn't realise his camera was pointing too low when he started broadcasting live on Good Morning America.

Regarding lock-down, Mr Raab says it's important to stick to official guidance from the government.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:13 pm  

Children are being encouraged to “go wild” during lockdown using an online hub launched by The London Wetland Centre.

The charity in Barnes has created the conservation tool to help parents teach key parts of the science curriculum.

A new theme will be released every Monday with separate plans levelled at different age groups.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A rescue dog from the RSPCA Animal Hospital in Putney has proved he is not just “a one trick pony” by starring in his own video.

Tod, a Pomeranian, who was rehomed three years ago by his nurse Emma Turner, has a penchant for agility and scentwork.

The pair took part in a repertoire of 26 tricks including ringing a bell to raise money for the 2.6 challenge.

The charity is appealing for RSPCA supporters to come up with their own ideas to raise vital funds for the charity.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Unions have vowed to fight plans to cut 12 thousand jobs at British Airways.

BALPA - which represents pilots - has accused the airline of overreacting to a drop in demand because of global lockdown measures.

But BA wich has its hub at Heathrow says it expects passenger levels to remain low for "several years".

Former Secretary of State for Transport Lord Adonis says the move is unfair.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 pm  

Winston Churchill once said “We shall never surrender.”

Now, Richmond Council is urging residents to embody that spirit ahead of VE Day.

The 75th Victory in Europe Day will be commemorated over the weekend of the 8th to the 10th of May.

Although the planned bank holiday celebrations have been suspended, residents are still being urged to get their bunting out in support.

More information can be found at #GreatBritishBunting and #RichmondVEDay
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Over 300 businesses in Epsom and Ewell are still to apply for government grants.

More than £6m has been paid to 490 small businesses in the borough so far this month.

The council says they’re combing the internet and other records to find details of eligible businesses so they can contact them directly.

Councillor Eber Kington says he’s “proud of how tirelessly our team has worked”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Thousands of plants grown for the Chelsea Flower Show are being donated to hospitals in London.

2,000 shrubs, plants and flowers specially grown for Yeo Valley’s display are to be donated.

They’ll brighten up facilities including Kingston Hospital and St George’s in Tooting.

A virtual flower show will be held from May the 19th to the 23rd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 pm  

The NHS hospital at Headley Court is now ready

The 300-bed facility in Leatherhead will help care and support patients who are recovering, but no longer need an acute hospital.

It’s set to open on Monday, subject to the needs of patients locally.

Chief Executive of Epsom and St Helier, Daniel Elkeles, says “this has taken a huge amount of planning and hard work”.

But he says “we are determined to do everything we can to stop the spread of Covid-19”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:25 am  

Experts are warning 'cancer treatment hasn't stopped' as it's thought the pandemic could lead to nearly 18,000 more people dying from the disease

A study's found that applies to England over the next year.

The research shows the majority of patients with cancer or suspected cancer aren't accessing health services.

Researchers from University College London say it's based on a sharp drop in people turning up for chemotherapy.

Dr Nicholas van As from the Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton has this advice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:48 am  

A Blitz survivor from Shepperton is to take part in a special programme to mark VE Day

“Minute By Minute” is being hosted by “Blackadder” actor and author Tony Robinson.

John Warner features in it as one of the few people left able to give an eyewitness account of the day.

The programme will take a pivotal look at the 24 hours that made up VE Day featuring previously unseen archive footage and stills
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:27 am  

Unions are vowing to fight British Airways' plans to cut a quarter of its workforce permanently

The airline's parent company IAG says it'll need to be reshaped because of the collapse of global travel - with up to 12-thousand people made redundant.

Pilots union Balpa says it doesn't accept a case has been made for the cuts, while Unite has called it 'heartless'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Tuesday, 28 April 2020

A hoard of second-hand children’s clothes have been donated to a domestic abuse support centre in Croydon by the police

Some women who come to the Family Justice Centre fear going back home to retrieve belongings for themselves and their children.

The Met sought hand-me-downs and donations from colleagues after learning stocks there were running low.

PC Mike Haines says, “within hours," they had dozens of bags.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council are offering an eco-friendly delivery service for small businesses in the borough for free

The Parcels not Pollution initiative means that businesses including convenience stores, pharmacies and cafes can still fulfil deliveries.

It’s emission free and means small businesses can continue to operate without adding to their current overheads.

Councillor Wesley Harcourt said, “It’s incredibly simple to sign-up and also means fewer polluting delivery vans on our roads, so there’s no downside.”

You can find more information on the Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Fraudsters in Surrey have been buying fake NHS lanyards to enter the homes of vulnerable people

A resident in the county alerted eBay, who have removed the neck straps from sale.

Surrey and Buckinghamshire Trading Standards warn they’ve seen a 40% increase in complaints since March.

Reported scams include miracle cures, fake charity collectors, fake testing kits, and social media quizzes which steal personal information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 pm  

The UK’s first astronaut has offered her advice on how to deal with isolation
Helen Sharman, who lives in Richmond, spoke to young people about how to keep their spirits up:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

A man has been jailed after he spat at police custody staff and lied about having Covid-19 because he was ‘angry’

23 year old Karan Singh from Croydon, pleaded guilty at Croydon Crown Court last Friday.

He also pleaded guilty to possession of a class B drug.

He was sentenced to a total of eight months in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:43 pm  

A fund to help charities in Surrey has reached £1 million

The Surrey Coronavirus Response Fund has already distributed more than £600,000 to 122 community groups.

Sarah Beasley, from Home-Start Runnymede, says she was shocked to learn many families lacked basics such as pens and paper for children.

She says, “that was when it really hit us that actually so many families don’t have anything.”

Home-Start have had to bring forward their Christmas provisions due to the sudden need for toys and games.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 pm  

Parking restrictions around Wimbledon Common have now been lifted
The temporary measures were brought in for the Easter weekend to discourage unnecessary journeys.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:49 pm  

A Walton based healthcare firm has pleaded not guilty to corporate manslaughter
Lucy Mayer reports:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:50 pm  

Bicycles are going to be out and about in Hammersmith and Fulham making deliveries

The council’s “Parcels Not Pollution” service is free to use and free of emissions.

It’s for businesses struggling to fulfil deliveries to customers during the outbreak.

Councillor Wesley Harcourt says it will, “shoulder some of the weight many local businesses are struggling with.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Elmbridge Council is thanking every volunteer who is supporting its Meals on Wheels service during the pandemic

1,500 meals are delivered each week to the vulnerable and isolated.

Over 30 new recruits have signed up to the service, including Margaret, who now helps out in Molesey.

She says, “it is a good and worthwhile thing to do” and, “I am happy to do my bit for the community”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

Coronavirus survivors are starting to give blood to help people with the disease

The plasma in the blood is full of antibodies which can combat it.

The procedure has already started taking place at Tooting Blood Centre.

Michael Squire from West London says “it was the most worthwhile couple of hours I have spent in a very long time”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Blue skies and light winds are apparently the recipe for the sightings of many more birds of prey in Banstead

That’s according to the North Downs and Beyond garden blog which is inviting us to complete a “lockdown garden challenge”.

More than 300 common Buzzards and Red kites have been observed recently; we’re being encouraged to note down how many we spot.

There was a time when it was rare to see just one of these endangered species.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

A pub in Croydon is leading a national campaign to “Raise the Bar.”

Andrew Taylor runs the Mr Fox pub in Surrey street and is currently keeping afloat solely by providing takeaways.

He’s appealing for more access to government grants during lock-down, saying he’s currently kept afloat by community cash donations.

Andrew and his partner Aiste are also cooking meals for NHS staff at St Helier hospital and plan to extend this to Kingston hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:51 am  

A man has died after being stabbed in Putney

Police were called on the 15th of April to reports of a 42-year-old man being attacked on Huntingfield Road.

He was taken to hospital, but died last Friday.

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of GBH, and have been bailed pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 am  

Monday, 27 April 2020

Crystal Palace are confident Roy Hodgson won't be prevented from managing the team if the Premier League season restarts in June.

People over the age of 70 are advised by the government to be particularly stringent in their coronavirus social distancing measures.

Palace will take guidance from the topflight on the matter, but are confident their 73-year-old boss will be able to lead the team if the season restarts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Surrey Wildlife Trust has released an online two minute wildlife garden quiz.

The quiz has been designed so you can discover how wildlife-friendly your garden is and how to make improvements.

During lockdown, many are enjoying the sights and sounds of nature more than ever – and the quiz is a practical way to discover how to encourage more creatures to visit your garden.

Your answers to the quiz will give your garden a wildlife friendly score out of a hundred percent.

The score reflects how well your garden measures up on four essential features: food, shelter, water and organic management.

By focusing on areas for improvement, every type of gardener can take a small step for wildlife by adding tried and tested new features to their garden where they are most needed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A food bank run by the Bangladeshi community in Croydon is seeing its demand rise.

41 people booked for a food parcel yesterday.

Croydon North MP Steve Reed visited the food bank and called it a “wonderful service”.

He spoke to Naser Ali, who helps run it.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

We’re being reminded not to speed on the roads, even though the traffic is light.

Some areas in London have seen average speeds increase by over 50%, with The Met seeing speeds of over 130mph.

Hanif Khan from Hounslow Council says “even a few miles in excess can have life changing consequences in the case of an accident”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Vulnerable people who call a government hotline are allegedly being mocked and poorly helped, according to a whistleblower.

Speaking to the Sunday Times, the source says that a mentally disabled woman called the National Shielding Helpline.

She claimed she was so isolated she was cleaning crisp packets, and reported a family member was being abusive.

A manager then reportedly told the advisor to “just contact the council”, and put her name on a whiteboard.

She was then allegedly a source of office banter afterwards.

Croydon North MP Steve Reed is calling for an investigation into the “extremely distressing” claims.

A government spokesperson says “we don’t recognise these claims but take these allegations seriously and have asked our contractors to investigate urgently.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A service to provide friendships to lonely people self-isolating in Kingston has seen 155 volunteers sign up

105 people have been paired with a ‘buddy’ so far.

The matching is based on language preference and stated interests, as well as the skills and background of the buddy.

Volunteer Penny D’Souza says, “the conversation flows and we have a laugh” and that, “my buddy is very appreciative of the support”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

A week ago today the British Chinese Community Group handed over a donation of 30,000 PPE gowns with the assistance of the British Embassy in Beijing

The ‘We Care NHS’ initiative began in late March after the lockdown was announced, and was spearheaded by the London Chinatown Chinese Association and Zhejiang UK Association.

It’s raised donations from various community groups up and down the country to urgently procure and deliver much needed PPE to NHS Hospitals, care homes and GP surgeries across the UK.

David Lawson at Guys and St Thomas' said, “We are pleased to confirm receipt of 30,000 protective gowns, essential for our work fighting COVID-19, and to thank the British Chinese Community for this generous donation.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

The Mayor of Runnymede is asking people who can to donate to the Mayor’s charities

Councillor Parshotam Sohi says donations are needed more than ever to help those who need it:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm  

A service to provide friendships to lonely people self-isolating in Kingston has seen 155 volunteers sign up

105 people have been paired with a ‘buddy’ so far.

The matching is based on language preference and stated interests, as well as the skills and background of the buddy.

Volunteer Penny D’Souza says, “the conversation flows and we have a laugh” and that, “my buddy is very appreciative of the support.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

Recycling centres in Surrey are to remain closed

The County Council says any guidance which suggests they could reopen is contradictory to government advice.

The centres in Epsom, Shepperton, Chertsey and Leatherhead are all temporarily closed.

However, 92% of bin collections are still operating well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

The Queen Elizabeth Foundation thanks everyone who has taken part in The 2.6 Challenge fundraiser

The London Marathon was due to take place yesterday.

But as it was called off due to the Coronavirus pandemic, people across the country took fundraising matters into their own hands.

The Queen Elizabeth Foundation was one of those calling on people to take part in the fundraiser to help keep it afloat.

What is the 2.6 Challenge?

All you need to do is dream up an activity based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 that suits your skills and complete it.

This could be something as simple as pledging to run or ride 2.6 miles as your daily exercise, holding the plank for 2.6 minutes, to gardening for 26 minutes.

There are no rules, apart from the Government guidelines on how to exercise safely during this time.

The Leatherhead based QEF's CEO Karen Deacon explains what the challenge means to the charity.



QEF is a national charity committed to providing life-transforming services that enable people with disabilities to increase their independence and achieve their goals in life.

The Leatherhead based charity works with over 5,000 children and adults every year with physical or learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries.

Whether it’s gaining new skills to live independently, rehabilitation after a brain injury or stroke, or improving independence through increased mobility and accessible holidays, QEF helps disabled people to fulfil their potential in life.

To find out more about the QEF click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:54 pm  

The Reverend of Christ Church New Malden tells Jackie News how the church is guiding people through the Coronavirus pandemic

Christ Church in New Malden is just one church that has vowed to keep its doors open, albeit virtually.

The Reverend Stephen Kuhrt explains to Jackie's Luke Williams how important it is that that connection is still there, and how the church is really bringing the community together.



To find out more about Christ Church New Malden, please click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:16 pm  

Is the lock-down adding to your anxiety? Hypnotherapist Denise Bosque has some tips for reducing stress.

The Twickenham based therapist has been chatting to Jackie's Luke Williams.



Hypnotherapy Disclaimer: On no occasion should hypnotherapy, or the techniques used within, be seen as a substitute for professional medical advice. Hypnotherapy acts as a complimentary therapy, not an alternative, to professional health care and advice should always be sought from your GP or other healthcare provider.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

A man has been taken to hospital after a collision in Purley this morning

Police were called around 6am to Brighton Road in Purley Way to reports of an accident involving a car and pedestrian.

The pedestrian’s injuries have been deemed non-life threatening.

The car stopped at the scene and there have been no arrests.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

An outdoor fitness team says the lock-down is opening up a wealth of keep-fit opportunities

One Element usually offers personal training sessions to members from open spaces like Clapham and Wandsworth Commons.

Founder Tom Marien says the moving all the sessions online via Zoom is proving very popular.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 am  

A school in Tulse Hill has received a donation of laptops and tablets, to keep pupils connected

It’s part of a crowdfunder appeal to keep people accessing the support and services they need during the pandemic.

Streatham MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy dropped them off to Jubilee Primary, saying “thanks to everyone who gave something”.

You can find the crowdfunder here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

Former Southampton and West Ham player Iain Dowie believes Premier League players shouldn't be forced to take a pay cut

Chelsea will continue to pay their squad in full, but have asked them to make donations to charity.

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane says that players were being unfairly targeted, and Dowie agrees.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 am  

Sunday, 26 April 2020

Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision in Streatham.

Officers were called to Streatham High Road at its junction with Becmead Avenue on Sunday morning after a van hit a woman, believed to be in her 80s.

She's been taken to hospital where she remains in a critical condition.

The driver of the van has been arrested on suspicion of drug driving and taken into custody.

Officers are asking anyone with any information to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:42 pm  

One street in Lower Sunbury has been turned into a long-distance race track after the London Marathon was cancelled.

People have been encouraged to do 'mini-marathons' to make sure charities don't miss out on money that runners would have raised by doing the 26 miles.

Richard Carpenter decided to run 26 laps of his road earlier, which worked out at almost a half marathon.

And it wasn’t long before he had some company to keep him going.



Richard did it all for Shooting Star Children’s Hospice in Hampton and you can find his Just Giving page here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:17 pm  

The Chelsea Flower show is moving online after it was cancelled because of coronavirus.

A leading designer, florist or gardening personality will give a virtual guided tour of their own private gardens every morning from May 18th to the 23rd.

There’ll also be daily “school gardening clubs” and workshops for families.

The event has taken place at the Royal Hospital Chelsea every year since 1913, apart from gaps during the two World Wars.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 pm  

People are being asked to take part in the 2-point-6 challenge to help raise money for charity today

People are being asked to take part in the 2-point-6 challenge to help raise money for charity today.

It involves doing an activity for something related to 26 - which is the number of miles in the postponed London Marathon, which was originally scheduled for today.

Among the many groups taking part are teams from Richmond Rugby Club who’ll be doing as many push-ups, star jumps, squats and rows as they can in 26 minutes.

Money raised will go to the mental health charity MIND
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

A cyclist is being treated in hospital after being found seriously injured in the middle of a road just outside Oxted

A cyclist is being treated in hospital after being found seriously injured in the middle of a road just outside Oxted.

There’s no word on the identity of the rider, but their condition is described as life-threatening.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident, which happened on White Lane in Titsey at around O’clock yesterday lunchtime.

They’d especially like to trace the driver of a white van seen in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:19 am  

Detectives investigating a murder in Croydon have revealed they're looking for a designer bag that was stolen from the victim

Detectives investigating a murder in Croydon have revealed they're looking for a designer bag that was stolen from the victim.

24-year-old Tyler Roe was attacked near The Arena tram stop exactly two months ago.

Police say it was a Gucci bag that had a 'Bengal tiger' print.

A 23-year-old man from the area has been charged with murder and two counts of robbery.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

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