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Saturday, 9 May 2020

Heathrow Airport has seen a loss of revenue by almost thirteen per cent.


Heathrow Airport has seen a loss of revenue by almost thirteen per cent.

That’s according to a report by the Centre for Aviation which sees a drop in revenue by 12.7 per cent for Heathrow Holdings.

It is a grim reading for the airport which has just a few thousand passengers each day.

The figures are just for the first quarter of the year which also saw Heathrow Express lose more than a quarter of its revenue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:43 pm  

The drive-through coronavirus testing centre in Chessington’s been called an “embarrassment” by an ambulance driver.

He contacted SurreyLive to complain about delays in receiving results after getting tested with his wife at the end of March but asked not to be named.

The Guardian newspaper had already reported a series of failings at Chessington, including results being lost and sent to the wrong people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 pm  

The Lord Lieutenant of Surrey has issued a message of solidarity to the county amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.

Michael More-Molyneux is the Queen’s official representative for the area.

His role normally includes supporting royal visits as well as numerous charities and volunteers across Surrey.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:16 pm  

Tooting and Mitcham’s goalkeeper has praised supporters after the club launched a crowdfunding appeal to help them get through the pandemic.

James Shaw thanked the community for its support and said he can’t wait to get back out there as soon as it’s safe.

The club’s launched the appeal for 15-thousand pounds to cover costs and they’re currently just over halfway there.

Shaw said: “We are lucky to have a very engaged group of fans. They are very proactive and they do a lot. It’s helping us keep on going.”

Here's a link to their fundraiser.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 pm  

A teenager's in a critical condition after being hit by two cars in Streatham last night.

Police believe the 16-year-old was cycling on the road when he was hit by one of the vehicles on Streatham High Road.

It's thought the other one then collided with his bike seconds afterwards.

Two men, both in their 20s, were later arrested at separate locations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:20 pm  

A London ambulance worker has left family and friends reeling after he unexpectedly passed away

Father-of-three Ben Woodhart, who was just 48, tragically died on Tuesday after suddenly feeling unwell.

Mr Woodhart joined the London Ambulance Service in 1999 where he since worked in Isleworth, Twickenham, and New Malden.

In a statement from London Ambulance Service, colleagues described him as a "hugely respected and enthusiastic member of the LAS family".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

An “inspirational” group of AFC Wimbledon fans are working to support the vulnerable in the area.

The Dons Local Action Group are delivering food packs to people, and giving digital devices to children who need academic support at this time.

Merton MP Siobhain McDonagh, says they’re “nothing short of amazing”.

Xavier Wiggins, from the group, says they’ll always be needing more tablets and laptops.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 am  

Tolworth driving centre has been ranked the best in London despite the capital’s low pass rate

In a new study by GoCompare, London has a very low pass rate compared to the rest of the country, with some learner drivers needing more than five attempts to pass.

None of London’s driving centres made the top 10 places most likely to pass, but Tolworth was ranked the best with a 51% pass rate.

Out of the 10 lowest ranked test centres, London had four.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Raynes Park High School has successfully delivered 1000 visors to critical workers in Sutton, Kingston, and Richmond

In a bid to address the PPE shortage, the school created visors to provide to NHS workers.

Design and Technology teacher, Neil Robinson, used his skills and the school's equipment to manufacture the visors for care institutions and local hospitals.

After surpassing their original target within eight days, the school has said they will continue to make PPE for as long as it is needed to support health care professionals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

Street parties took place across the UK yesterday, with neighbours also sticking to social distancing

Some places - like this street in Wimbledon - also joined in a national singalong to Dame Vera Lynn's wartime classic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

London Councils are asking the public to remain vigilant to criminals selling fake coronavirus-related products

The Local Government Association has reported a “significant surge” in scams by those seeking to exploit coronavirus fears.

In Ealing, 2,600 illegal bottles of hand sanitiser as well as 500,000 substandard face masks were taken off the market by the local council, according to the LGA.

Meanwhile a woman in her 80s answered the door to a man who demanded £220 to complete a health and safety check.

Councils are warning the public not to accept services from strangers or cold callers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

A homeless charity in Sutton has been given a £400 cheque from their local MP.

Carshalton and Wallington MP Elliot Colburn had been fundraising for Sutton Night Watch.

The charity runs a food and clothing bank, and has opened a centre in Wallington that offers job services, showers, and clothes washing facilities.

Mr Colburn says it was a “pleasure” to meet them and express his thanks for the work they do.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Friday, 8 May 2020

Croydon Council have been speaking to the Debenham’s Head Office, after the retailer went into administration.

The authority says they’re working how to help those who have been impacted by the closure.

They’re working with Croydon Works, a jobs and training hub, to help people access employment opportunities “as quickly as possible”.

A Next beauty store will be set up on the first floor of where the Debenhams used to be.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A man is being hunted by police, after four people broke into a house in Leatherhead.



On the 29th of February, the group, wearing balaclavas, stole a safe containing cash, jewellery and passports.

38-year-old Michael Stokes is wanted in connection with the burglary.

He’s from Peckham, but has linked to Wycombe, Central London, and Surrey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 pm  

Celebrations are taking place across the world to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

Victory in Europe Day marks the formal acceptance by the allies of World War II of Nazi Germany's surrender of its armed forces.

97 year old Flo is a resident at the Star and Garter care home in Surbiton.

She says although it’s a celebratory time, we must never forget the casualties of war.



To hear the full interview with Flo, just Like our Facebook page.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

Marie Scott from New Malden was a wireless operator during the war

She says her emotions today will be quite similar to those she experienced at the time:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

Residents across Kingston Borough marked VE Day earlier by joining in a virtual dance flashmob
They joined in from their homes and workplaces, including us here at Radio Jackie.

The Heritage Service at Kingston Council hosted #Dance4VEDay by trying to create the largest remote dancing flashmob in honour of the occasion.

Despite physical celebrations across the nation being put on hold, people danced and also uploaded videos of them dancing at 4 o’clock, to celebrate VE Day and to pull together to support Kingston's causes.

Check out the results by searching for the hastag #Dance4VEDay or on our Radio Jackie Facebook page.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:44 pm  

Nine Chelsea Pensioners have died with coronavirus

That’s according to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, which cares for around 290 members of the army.

However, 58 of its residents have recovered after either testing positive or showing symptoms.

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, governor of the hospital, says, “we salute all those working in the health and care sectors at this time.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Those in Sutton who remember VE day have been sharing their memories, through a project from Sutton Library

Joan Cooper remembers how “Reg Hampton and his wife, Squirrel” wheeled a drum kit into the street, and somebody else brought a piano, and they all had tea.

Ian Smith told the project about how his street hitched a loudspeaker into a tree to play foxtrots on gramophone records, before they all had to run inside when it started to rain.

Jill Murch says “we gained a terrific resilience and acceptance of life, never asking for more than we had”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

It's hoped a new database can help accelerate the search for drugs to treat coronavirus

A team at the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton has adapted its existing system to create a "one-stop shop" of the world's leading studies into Covid-19.

It uses artificial intelligence to identify which treatments are most likely to work
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

Kingston Council is asking us to #dance4VEday on #VEDay75

The Heritage Service is hosting #Dance4VEDay by trying to create the largest remote dancing flashmob in honour of the occasion.

Despite physical celebrations across the nation being put on hold, you can help create the flashmob to celebrate VE Day and pull together to support Kingston's causes.

At 4pm, check out the Heritage Service’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and get dancing, remotely together.

Tim Cobbett is the councillor behind the event.

He's told Jackie's Emily Dexter all about it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Royal Star and Garter resident Flo talks to Jackie's Luke Williams about her memories of VE Day on #VEDay75

Celebrations are taking place across the world to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

Victory in Europe Day marks the formal acceptance by the allies of World War II of Nazi Germany's surrender of its armed forces.

The Covid-19 pandemic means planned street parties and other events are cancelled, but the Government is still asking people to hold 1940s style tea parties from the safety of their own home and hang up bunting.

A two minute silence will also be held at 11am.

97 year old Flo is a resident at the Star and Garter care home in Surbiton.

She says the time was one of celebration, but sadness too.



To find out more about the Star and Garter, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Cyber security advice has been issued by police after a man from Banstead was convicted of cyber-attacks.

20-year-old Joseph Connolly personally profited by targeting websites and their users.

Connolly helped set up a website called SuperiorStresser which allowed customers to anonymously attack other websites.

Advice is available on the NCSC website on how to protect devices and operating systems and educate others.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

It’s been a year since a man from Hounslow went missing and was later found murdered.




Police say they will not stop until they find out what happened to Mohammed Shah Subhani.

His remains were found in woodland in Buckinghamshire in December, 7 months after he disappeared one lunchtime.

A reward of £20,000 is still on offer for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Thursday, 7 May 2020

A ‘Plan C’ to help small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic has been launched by a company in Cobham.

The initiative, from The Hats Off Partnership, is offering practical solutions on how small businesses can stay afloat.

Businesses are asked to submit their most pressing challenges online via yourplanc.co.uk for help and advice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A GP from Merton is warning patients not to worry about seeking medical help if it’s needed.

Dr Andrew Murray wants people in touch with their GPs to avoid significant health issues worsening over the bank holiday.

NHS England has revealed that 4 in 10 people in South West London are concerned about being an extra burden on the NHS.

A&E attendances have also dropped by around 50% nationwide since the start of March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Fulham has paid tribute to former vice-chairman Bill Muddyman who has died at the age of 82.

The team says "his contributions will never be forgotten".

He spent 16 years on the Craven Cottage board and helped keep the club afloat when it was on the brink of going out of business.

Muddyman remained heavily involved as Fulham rose to the Premier League and left his place on the board in 2003.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A team from the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton has welcomed the approval of new drugs to treat prostate cancer.

The targeted hormone therapies will allow treatment to be given at home relieving the pressure on the NHS from COVID-19.

NHS England had been criticised for the delay in new drugs being made available.

Enzalutamide and Abiraterone, developed in Sutton, are being called welcome additions as first-line treatment of advanced prostate cancer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Heathrow is to bring in temperature checks on passengers over the next fortnight.

It comes as the airport calls for an international standard on checks, in order to give people the confidence to fly again.

The trial will begin in terminal two, then expand into departures, connections, and staff search areas.

It’s also testing ultraviolet lights to sanitise security trays, and contact free security screening equipment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

People in Richmond are being encouraged to water the trees on their streets.

Richmond Council is still looking after newly planted saplings, but says watering levels need to be stepped up.

The authority says a couple of watering cans every day will be enough to ensure healthy growth.

The trees have been planted to contribute to combating climate change whilst providing shade and a home for birds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 pm  

A homeless man has thanked the team in Kingston which got him off the streets during the Covid-19 pandemic



The man, who has remained anonymous, was housed immediately after he met with the charity Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness.

Staff and volunteers have helped more than 60 people off the streets during the pandemic and into isolation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Nine Chelsea pensioners have died after contracting Covid-19

The home for military veterans has also confirmed that 58 residents have so far recovered from the virus.

Around 300 veterans live at the Royal Hospital, which has been in existence for over 300 years.

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, governor of the hospital, says “we salute all those working in the health and care sectors at this time”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:54 pm  

A man has been charged with murder in Hammersmith

30 year old Tedros Haile will appear in court at some point today.

Police were called at around 8pm on Tuesday to a seriously injured man at a flat off Fulham Palace Road.

The 32-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

The Supreme Court has granted Heathrow leave to appeal on its third runway

The Campaign group HACAN, has said that today’s judgement does not mean a third runway is back on track.

The Government has said it will abide by the decision of the Supreme Court.

If Heathrow wins it will be able to resume drawing up its plans for a third runway to be presented to a Public Inquiry, probably within the next two years.

The Government, though, would have the final say as it would need to endorse or overrule the recommendation of the planning inspectors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

Battersea Arts Centre is contributing to BBC Arts' "Culture in Quarantine"

Its premiere “Performance Live: The Way Out” is an immersive, unbroken journey through its theatre corridors.

Live performances from an array of artists from the world of theatre and dance will be showcased.

The 42-minute film will be shown on BBC4 on Sunday, the 17th of May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

A charity in Surbiton has created a special video in time for tomorrow’s 75th VE Day anniversary

The Royal Star and Garter is home to ex-servicemen and women who are disabled or live with dementia.

“Care and Courage” showcases the every day bravery and courage exhibited by the residents and staff.

You can view it on the Radio Jackie Facebook page.

The charity is suffering from lost income due to cancellation of fundraising events alongside increased costs due to COVID-19.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

Ashford County Cricket club has launched an appeal for financial help after a group of travellers settled on their pitch

The group were moved on from the ground on Short Lane in Stanwell last week but the club is facing a shortfall due to the pandemic and now extra expenses because of the clean up.

You can find their fundraiser here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 am  

The future of the Stag Brewery site in Mortlake is under review

The decision has been made by the major of the Greater London Authority after three different proposals were submitted.

It concluded none of the proposals demonstrate optimal delivery of affordable housing or an acceptable impact on traffic levels.

A hearing on the decision is due to take place by the GLA at a future date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:20 am  

A wheelchair-bound five-year-old from Sutton has become a local hero, delivering food and essential items to vulnerable people in the area

Connor Griffin is supplying homeless charity Sutton Night Watch, his local nursery and elderly neighbours with necessities.

They’re using the wishing well in front of the Ye Olde Red Pub on Park Road as a drop off point for donations of food.

Along with his carer, he’s also knitting pairs of hearts, so that somebody in hospital can hold one, while their family at home holds the other.

You can find his fundraiser here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:58 am  

No 3rd Runway campaigners are continuing to call for Heathrow’s expansion plans to be scrapped altogether

The airport’s Chief John Holland-Kaye says expansion will be needed to reboot the economy after Coronavirus.

But, he has admitted that at the moment, he’s not thinking about it, and a third runway wouldn’t be needed for 10 to 15 years.

Mr Holland-Kaye made the comments at a virtual meeting of the Transport Select Committee.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

It’s one year since a man from Hounslow went missing and was later found murdered.



Police say they will not stop until they find out what happened to Mohammed Shah Subhani.

His remains were found in woodland in Buckinghamshire in December, 7 months after he disappeared one lunchtime.

A reward of £20,000 is still on offer for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Wednesday, 6 May 2020

Staines town centre has a new masterplan in the making.

An expert team has been appointed by Spelthorne Council to create a more attractive place for people to live and work.

The authority says high streets need to evolve in the face of constant economic challenges from the internet so they can continue to thrive.

All aspects of infrastructure will need to be addressed before any plan is confirmed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 pm  

A man from Mitcham is holding a raffle for his £400,000 house, after buyer interest plummeted due to the pandemic.

Daniel Twenefour is asking just £2 a ticket, and will cover legal fees and stamp duty.

However, if less than 200,000 tickets are bought, the winner will receive 90% of the money raised instead.

The draw takes place at the end of the month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 pm  

Richmond Council is pledging to find ways to support a community centre in Hampton at risk of closure.

The Hampton Upon Thames Community Group says they are unable to keep financing The White House.

Last year, the group received emergency funds to manage the facility, but have indicated they want to surrender the lease to the council.

A number of vital services are continuing to run there, such as a food bank, Citizens Advice, and youth counselling services.

The centre is currently closed because of the pandemic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Debenhams in Croydon is to close its doors permanently along with four other branches of the UK department store.

The closures could lead to 14-hundred job cuts after the company failed to reach an agreement with one of its landlords.

The other sites are in Reading, Birmingham, Leicester, and Glasgow.

The retailer went into administration last month, to protect itself from creditors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 pm  

70% of carers are providing more support since lockdown.

That’s according to a new report by Carers UK.

It’s estimated that before coronavirus, 18,000 carers in Richmond were providing unpaid social support.

The Richmond Care Strategy has been set up to improve recognition of carers and their needs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 pm  

Raynes Park Vale FC have launched a fundraiser to keep themselves going through the pandemic.

They’ve raised around half of their £5,000 target.

The main focus will be to pay the running costs, like utilities and maintenance.

Here's the link to there Just Giving page.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:57 pm  

Rory Stewart has now decided not to stand in the London Mayoral election, which has been postponed until next year

He says running as an Independent candidate is challenging and the extension of the campaign makes it just too much.

Lib Dem Mayoral candidate and New Malden resident Siobhan Benita has wished Mr Stewart all the best.

She says she knows how hard it is to sustain a campaign alone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Sutton & Epsom Rugby Club are very close to hitting their fundraising target

They’ve raised over £24,000 of their £25,000 target.

Bob Haime, from the club says, “thank you to all of our amazing supporters who have donated so far.”

The club was founded in 1881, and is one of the largest amateur rugby clubs in the country.

You can find a link to their fundraiser here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:03 pm  

Staines is getting a new waterfront hotel

The Aurora Group has been given the go-ahead by Spelthorne Council to transform the Bridge Street Car Park and Hanover House.

There are plans for an upscale hotel with 300 rooms, conferencing and leisure facilities as well as serviced apartments and housing.

There will be a public consultation with residents before plans are submitted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 pm  

A murder investigation has been launched after a 32 year old man was found dead in Hammersmith

Police were called to a flat off Fulham Palace Road just before 8 o’clock last night.

The victim, who had been stabbed, was pronounced dead a short while later.

A 30-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder, he’s in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Ahead of #VEDay75 this Friday, Bernard Deane-Armstrong from Epsom has produced a very special anniversary programme for Jackie listeners.

You can hear it here:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Director of Clinical Services at Tadworth based Children'sTrust issues open letter thanking nurses around the world



Dear Editor,

When 2020 was declared the Year of the Nurse and Midwife in celebration of the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale (12 May), no one would have foreseen a global crisis where this profession would move to the heart of our daily discourse. Around the world, nurses are working tirelessly, alongside other frontline staff, caring for the sick all hours of the day and night, even sacrificing their own personal health.

As a children’s nurse for over 23 years, I have never been prouder of my profession! This pandemic is the biggest challenge nurses have faced since the war, and they are meeting it with the same grit and determination as ever before. Being a nurse is not what you do, it’s who you are, and that has never resonated more-so. Nurses at The Children’s Trust and all over the world are going above and beyond to save lives. We must all acknowledge their dedication, compassion and outstanding professionalism. It is always a real privilege to work alongside you.

Jayne Cooper
Director of Clinical Services, The Children’s Trust
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

An unexploded World War II bomb has been found in Brentford

Police were called around 9pm yesterday to the canal at Durham Wharf.

It was found to not be dangerous and was removed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A Surbiton hockey club and Great Britain International player has been demonstrating his skills for charity

24 -year-old James Gall has been performing “keepy-ups” with a hockey ball and stick.

James took on the challenge for Leatherhead heart charity Cardiac Risk in the Young where he has a role as an ambassador.

It’s just one of the lockdown-friendly fitness feats that’s been performed countrywide for the 2.6 challenge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

A man who was “integral” to amateur football in London has died after contracting covid-19

Jermaine Wright worked full time as a pharmacy technician at Hammersmith Hospital.

However, he also worked as a referee, a vice chairman, and fixtures and results secretary for the Hackney and Leyton Football League.

A fundraiser in his memory has raised over £9,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 am  

A hoard of treasures from the Middle East which were seized at Heathrow have been found to be fakes

190 tablets were found in July last year after being sent from Bahrain.

Experts at the British Museum found the supposed ancient Mesopotamian writing was unreadable.

They’ll be used as teaching aids until the museum re-opens.

Curator at the British Museum, St John Simpson, says its a consequence of the fascination with the ancient world.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 am  

A 30 year old's been arrested after a man was found dead at a flat in Hammersmith

The victim is believed to have been stabbed in Fulham Palace Road, near Hammersmith Square, yesterday evening.

Police say the two men knew each other and the suspect is being questioned in connection with murder.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

A 12-year-old boy from Feltham is selling his teddy bears for the NHS



So far, people have been donating, but only a few bears have actually been asked for in return.

All funds are going to Great Ormond Street Hospital.

You can find the fundraiser here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 am  

People across Richmond are being urged to keep a “Climate Change Diary” during lockdown

The council is asking residents to record how they think their lifestyles are being impacted by the pandemic.

The authority wants the time to be documented to share with future generations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Staff at the University of Roehampton are worried they’ll be the first Uni workers in the country to be made redundant during the pandemic.

The institution had initially offered voluntary packages but could enforce redundancies to meet its target of saving £12.5 million.

The Chair of the University and College Union there says “Making staff redundant during the lockdown, shows an absolute lack of compassion and will put many of these staff into poverty.”

A spokesperson from the University of Roehampton said:

“In light of the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and its financial impact we need to take decisive measures to secure our future while at the same time maintain our ethos and the student and staff experience that we are proud to provide. The measures include: acceleration of work to generate new sources of income, such as new academic programmes; staff recruitment freeze; suspension of the senior and professorial pay review; voluntary severance and a voluntary flexible employment scheme; immediate salary reduction for the Vice-Chancellor and most senior staff. We are also consulting colleagues on proposals for a time-limited tiered salary reduction for those with a gross salary above £36,482. The University of Roehampton community has delivered a very successful transition to remote teaching thanks to our colleagues’ efforts and creativity and our students’ engagement. We realise that we are asking for additional efforts which will be difficult and challenging in many ways. We will strive to support each other as much as possible and continue to provide the highest level of education for our students.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:54 pm  

There’s a warning of potential noise overnight for people living in a part of Richmond.

It’s after TfL announced the closure of the busy A316 for two weeks from tonight.

Maintenance work and critical repairs will be carried out.

There will also be parking suspensions in place along the route.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:02 pm  

Aer Lingus says it's reviewing its procedures after pictures showed its Belfast-to-Heathrow flight yesterday morning was almost full.

One passenger estimated about 95 percent of seats were taken, making social distancing impossible.

The airline says there was an "unexpectedly high load" and any necessary changes will be implemented as a "matter of urgency".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 pm  

People can still park for free in most of Epsom and Ewell.

The Council is continuing to waive charges in the majority of its car parks.

However, it’s asking people to “park considerately and continue to follow government guidance” about essential travel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 pm  

A pop-up coronavirus test centre is stationed in Richmond today and tomorrow

The army is running the mobile operation in the town centre.

The location of the unit will only be revealed after confirmation of an online booking via the government’s web portal.

NHS staff, social care, recognised essential workers and their family members and those with a clinical NHS referral are eligible to book.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

The Health Secretary Matt Hancock has opened a new community hospital in Leatherhead virtually

The NHS Seacole Centre, the first of its kind in England, will be used as a temporary service for patients who are recovering from Covid-19.

The 300 bed site will also provide rehabilitation to those who have been in hospital for routine treatment.

It’s named after Mary Seacole, a Jamaican born pioneering nurse who helped soldiers to recover from the Crimean War.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:52 pm  

The Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith has launched a playwriting project for the children of keyworkers

Children who are still going to schools in the borough will be creating characters and monologues.

These will then be performed digitally by emerging actors from the Young Lyric scheme.

Artistic Associate Simon Stephens says children have “fearless imaginations” and they inspire him to be “more daring” in his own writing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

People in a part of New Malden are being warned to keep their doors locked after residents of one house slept through a theft

The house in Carlton Road was targeted last week; the suspects entered undetected through an unlocked rear door.

Police have issued a warning to people in Coombe to be vigilant about locking up and switching on any house alarms at night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Tooting’s Labour MP has been chastised by the Health Secretary after criticising the Government’s Coronavirus testing response

Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, who is volunteering in A&E, claims the strategy has been “non-existent.”

In the Commons, she asked Matt Hancock to acknowledge that frontline workers feel lack of testing has cost lives.

But Mr Hancock told her to change her tone:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Sir Keir Starmer is calling on Boris Johnson to establish a "national consensus" on how Covid-19 lockdown restrictions are eased

The Labour leader says people are "really worried" about measures being lifted and need reassurance.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says getting people back to work has "got to be done in a safe way".

Darren Comber runs architectural firm Scott Brownrigg in Chiswick, and says it's going to be complicated for businesses.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Some of Surrey’s recycling centres will reopen from Monday

However, there’ll be limits to the numbers of people on each site, what materials are accepted, and revised opening hours.

Phase one reopens sites including Chertsey, Epsom, Leatherhead and Shepperton.

People will only be able to bring black bag waste and garden waste for now.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

A speech and language expert from Kingston University is leading the rehabilitation of Covid patients at the Nightingale Hospital.

Dr Jackie McRae is one of the UK’s leading speech therapists.

The repercussions of breathing difficulties and extreme coughing during COVID have left people with dysfunction of the larynx.

Everyday functions that are taken for granted such as eating, drinking and talking are proving to be a post viral challenge for some patients.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

A 12 year old deaf boy from Kingston is going to have his poetry showcased at the House of Commons next year

Jasper Lotten received the top prize for his entry to the Power of Speech competition organised by Auditory Verbal UK.

He wowed the judges with his listening and speaking talents as well as his creative writing skills.

This week is National Deaf Awareness Week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

Maintaining health and social care provisions in Richmond during Covid-19 is expected to cost more than £20 million

The council says government funding is still needed despite the welcome cash injections that have been put in place.

The authority says it fears the costs of dealing with coronavirus are spiralling.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:33 am  

Some bulky waste collections have been reinstated across Kingston today.

Councillors have praised collection crews and street cleaning crews for their work during the pandemic.

Kingston’s recycling centre remains closed, and some recycling collections, like garden waste, have been dropped.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 4 May 2020

A hotel in London is treating frontline staff at the Royal Brompton Hospital to some culinary delights.

Chefs from the Ned have teamed up with Soho house and opened up their kitchens to make meals.

They have worked with Helpforce, a volunteer group whose mission is to improve the lives of NHS staff, patients and communities

1,000 dishes have been delivered which include old favourites like shepherds pie and beef bourguignon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Vulnerable people who have recently suffered a bereavement are being advised on how to avoid scammers.

Merton, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils have come together to issue leaflets about fraudulent schemes.

The Trading Standards team are detailing “You owe money”, “You are entitled to money”, “clairvoyant” and “obituary” scams.

The leaflet says “a genuine person or business will not pressure you to make decisions quickly at this difficult time”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Prince William's allowing air ambulance helicopters to refuel in the grounds of Kensington Palace.

Their normal landing site at Battersea is currently closed because of the coronavirus outbreak - meaning crews faced longer journeys to fill up.

The Duke of Cambridge is a former air ambulance pilot himself.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A team of architects from Teddington are going to virtually walk up all the tallest buildings in the world for the NHS.

Simon Merrony Architects will take a total of 106,310 steps, up and down their stairs.

Doctor India Merrony is the daughter of the directors Simon and Elaine.

She says it’s a stressful and exhausting time for healthcare workers, and many are sick themselves.

A fundraiser has been set up, with the proceeds going to the Royal Surrey Hospital in Guildford, where India works.

For more information please click here.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Croydon’s museum has unveiled ambitious plans for an online exhibition to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day

As John Beesley reports, for two hours on Friday those who log-on will be able to experience the town’s wartime life, and the celebrations when it ended:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:04 pm  

Fire stations across the UK and internationally fell silent at midday today for Firefighters’ Memorial Day

It’s organised jointly by the Fire Brigades Union, who is based in Norbiton and the Firefighters Memorial Trust.

The COVID-19 crisis means the public could not stand alongside firefighters this year.

Firefighters and control staff stood outside their workplaces and sounded their sirens as they held a minute’s silence for the 2,300 UK firefighters who have died in the line of duty.

They also paid tribute to the sixteen firefighters from the United States and Italy who have lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic.

Matt Wrack, the FBU general secretary said, “Firefighters come into work each day to save the lives of others but, tragically, it is their own lives that can be lost in the process.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

Joe Wicks has raised £200,000 for NHS Charities Together through the PE classes he's been doing online while schools are closed.

He's continuing to lead the sessions from his home in Richmond despite being in hospital over the weekend with an infection following surgery on his hand.

Joe's wife Rosie is now taking over until he recovers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council warns against company offering Covid-19 anti-body tests



Hammersmith & Fulham Clinical Commissioning Group and Hammersmith & Fulham Council says they are aware that a commercial business in the borough is offering antibody tests for coronavirus for a fee.

The authority is warning the company is not an NHS centre and it does not have council approval or endorsement, however, it does not require it to operate.

Currently, there is no government-backed antibody test for coronavirus.

Tests are still being developed and there are none that have been proven to work as required by the government.

Public Health England guidance also states:

"Even if a test has a CE mark, it may be of limited use. The link between the presence of antibodies and immunity is not currently certain, and some tests are not specific for COVID-19 antibodies.

"A positive test result for antibodies does not necessarily mean that the person being tested is immune to COVID-19."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 pm  

The Royal Marsden launches specialist cancer hub in order to continue treatment during the Coronavirus pandemic

Cancer services across London are now being coordinated by a specialist ‘Cancer Hub’ led by The Royal Marsden, and The Marsden’s cancer alliance RM Partners, University College London Hospitals and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals.

They are working with major teaching hospitals including the Royal Free, Barts Health and Imperial, as well as other hospital partners.

The Hub will ensure NHS hospitals continue to deliver as much cancer treatment as possible across the capital, with an initial focus on surgery, which requires critical care beds.

It will also support hospitals across the NHS and independent sector to work together to maximise capacity and ensure that people receive the treatment that they need.

Patients will remain under the care of their doctor or nurse specialist at the trust where they are currently being cared for, however they may move to another site for surgery.

The aim is to match patients who require cancer surgery with available capacity and the right expert clinical team, coordinating the specialist cancer workforce across the capital.

Decisions about the best approach to treatment will continue to be taken by specialist cancer doctors with their patients.

Nick van As is Medical Director at the Marsden, which has bases in Sutton and Chelsea.

He explains why it's vital cancer diagnosis and treatment doesn't grind to a halt because of Covid-19.



To find out more about the charity's Covid-19 Crisis appeal, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Heathrow expansion is unlikely to resume in the “short term”

The Civil Aviation Authority, in a regulatory update, says its new price control will treat it as a two-runway airport.

However, they “retain the option” of adjusting or resetting the control in the future.

Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye told the Independent that “10-15 years from now” the UK would need the third runway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

A team of architects from Teddington are going to virtually walk up all the tallest buildings in the world for the NHS

Simon Merrony Architects will take a total of 106,310 steps, up and down their stairs.

Doctor India Merrony is the daughter of the directors Simon and Elaine.

She says it’s a stressful and exhausting time for healthcare workers, and many are sick themselves.

A fundraiser has been set up, with the proceeds going to the Royal Surrey Hospital in Guildford, where India works.

You can find that here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 am  

A road in Purley Town Centre has reopened after being closed since 3.30 this morning after a burglary

Police were called to Smitham Downs Road to reports of a burglary and stolen car at a residential address.

A vehicle was found crashed on Brighton Road which collided into roadside furniture, and one man has been arrested.

Another man believed to be involved in the incident remains at large.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:51 am  

A new palliative care support service has launched in Esher

The Princess Alice Hospice has teamed up with the Surrey Downs Integrated Care Partnership in order to offer it.

The remote service is designed to provide additional support and guidance for health and social care professionals during the pandemic.

It has dedicated online support 24/7 via webchat, email, telephone and WhatsApp.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

The head of Heathrow says social distancing at airports could lead to queues for each jumbo jet being a kilometre long

John Holland-Kaye says international hubs simply don't have the space to keep people apart.

He's calling on Boris Johnson to find a "common standard" for air travel that could be in place in time for the summer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

A team at the Royal Marsden in Sutton may have discovered a new treatment for prostate cancer

Olaparib is currently licensed to treat breast and ovarian cancer, but science suggests it could be effective in treating prostate cancer too.

Certain prostate cancers have an “Achilles Heel”; a weakness in their ability to repair damaged DNA, which is vital for cells to reproduce.

Olaparib precisely targets these cancers which means it could become the first genetically targeted treatment for prostate cancer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:22 am  

A campaign has been launched to save tens of thousands of businesses across the country

The #RaiseTheBar campaign is asking the government to offer grants to businesses valued up to £150,000, rather than the current £50,000.

Katie Blake from East Molesey has been speaking to businesses in the area.



You can find their petition here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Sunday, 3 May 2020

Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre says an appeal to keep it open has done well, but more help is still needed

Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre says an appeal to keep it open has done well, but more help is still needed.

The site was fearful it would have to close its doors completely at the end of May as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The team says the response to the donations appeal so far has provided a lifeline until September only.

The charity, which receives no core external funding, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:41 am  

A new study pioneered by resarchers in Kingston is aiming to “shed a light” on how people feel about coronavirus testing

A new study is aiming to “shed a light” on how people feel about coronavirus testing.

A 15-minute online public survey has been launched by a team at Kingston University.

The team feels there is currently confusion about the type and number of tests currently on offer.

It is hoped the worldwide results will reveal if there is a need for better communication about testing and who receives what and why.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:39 am  

Recipes have been added to a council website in Croydon

Recipes have been added to a council website in Croydon.

The borough’s wellbeing website is designed to help people stay fit and active during the current crisis.

As well as ideas for nutritious meals there’s advice on exercise, mental wellbeing and a range of services, treatments and therapies.

The council says it wants to encourage those under stress to seek help.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:36 am  

Veterans at a care home in Surbiton have recorded their VE Day memories in a special video

Veterans at a care home in Surbiton have recorded their VE Day memories in a special video.

Residents at the Star and Garter Home have been reminiscing as a way of marking the 75th anniversary on Friday of the end of end of war in Europe.

To view the video head for the Radio Jackie Faebook page.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

The Duchess of Cambridge has made a virtual visit to greet new parents at Kingston Hospital

The Duchess of Cambridge has made a virtual visit to greet new parents at Kingston Hospital.

Kate made a video call to midwives she worked alongside during a placement last November.

She was told the coronavirus outbreak had left some mothers concerned about catching Covid-19, and suffering from anxiety.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Members of an unauthorised encampment at Ashford Town Football Club have been ordered to move on

Members of an unauthorised encampment at Ashford Town Football Club have been ordered to move on.

Surrey Police served notice yesterday afternoon on travellers who moved onto the site in Stanwell last Monday, shortly after being told to leave the nearby Ashford Cricket Club.

The local community had recently raised eight thousand pounds to renovate pitches at the football club, with the work completed only a week before the lockdown began.

The club say they’re worried that damage caused by the encampment could cost them even more.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:13 am  

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