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Saturday, 23 May 2020

Parking charges will be back again in Kingston from Tuesday.


Parking charges will be back again in Kingston from Tuesday.

The charges and some enforcement of them has been suspended since March 25th because of the pandemic.

Kingston Council have said normal service will resume from this Tuesday, May 26th.

Free key worker permits and those for approved volunteers will still be valid until the end of June.

The council are urging us to only make essential journeys and cycle or walk when possible.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 pm  

Twickenham will have another food drop off point, thanks to Richmond Rugby Club and AFC Wimbledon supporters.

Twickenham will have another food drop off point, thanks to Richmond Rugby Club and AFC Wimbledon supporters.

The daily service will be run from the TESCO Extra on Mogden Lane from tomorrow as part of a joint venture between Richmond Rugby and the Dons Local Action Group.

People will be able to donate food to be delivered to vulnerable people in the area.

More volunteers are also needed to help run it.

If you can help, contact Xavier at the Dons Local Action Group.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 pm  

Firefighters have been tackling a fire at a house on Cowick road in Tooting.

Firefighters have been tackling a fire at a house on Cowick road in Tooting.

The brigade were called just before 5pm and the blaze was under control just after 7pm.

Part of the ground floor, first floor and loft conversion caught alight but there were no reports of any injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 pm  

Three people have been charged after a Police officer was attacked in West Byfleet on Thursday evening.

Adam Sheargold, who’s 18, has been charged with assault against an emergency services worker, as have two boys, aged 14 and 15, who are both from Woking.

They attacked the officer after he tried to break up a group of 30 people who weren’t observing social distancing.

The three have been released on bail and are due to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court on Friday, 19 June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

Three goats have been born at Bedfont Lakes Country Park – and you’re being asked to name them.

A shortlist of names for the kids include Hop, Skip and Jump as well as Butch, Cassidy and Sundance.

To cast your vote, head to Hounslow Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

A number of charities and businesses across Richmond will soon have the use of electric cargo bikes.

It’s after the council successfully bid for over £60,000 for the Department for Transport.

The bikes are part of a scheme by the Energy Saving Trust to get more people carrying out everyday tasks by pedalling instead of driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:39 pm  

Mental Health Awareness Week is coming to a close while people are struggling with anxiety in lockdown

More than 25 million people struggled with anxiety in lockdown in March as the lockdown began.

Professor Ben Wright from Richmond Wellbeing Service says we’ve lost our old context and routines.

He says this is making us scared, shutting down our ability to reflect.

He’s offering these tips for coping with anxiety during lockdown.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

A man has died after being involved in a crash in Hounslow

Police were called at 5:30 this morning to Osterley Road in junction with Church Road following reports of a road traffic collision involving a car and a motorcycle.

The male motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. police are working to identify the male and inform his next of kin.

Detectives are appealing for anyone with dashcam footage of the collision to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 am  

Lib Dem MP for Kingston and Surbiton Ed Davey expresses concerns over Dominic Cummings' behaviour

The government's being urged to respond to claims Boris Johnson's top aide travelled hundreds of miles to visit his parents, days after lockdown measures were brought in.

The Daily Mirror and the Guardian are reporting Dominic Cummings went to Durham for childcare, while he and his wife recovered from coronavirus symptoms.

Labour's calling for a "swift explanation", while the acting joint-leader of the Lib Dems – and MP for Kingston and Surbiton – Ed Davey thinks he should resign.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:13 am  

Transport for London is reintroducing fares for bus services from today

Passengers haven't needed to tap their cards to pay for over a month as part of measures to protect bus drivers.

The government's asked TfL to resume charges as part of the £1.6 billion bailout agreed last week.

29 London bus drivers have died after being infected with coronavirus, according to TfL.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

A young woman who lost her father 8 years ago has launched a blog to help others grieving during lockdown

24-year-old Annie Tutty found that being isolated from family and friends heightened her grief.

This weekend see the end of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Annie says publishing her blog helped her move forward and she has this advice for others in similar positions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital are recruiting Covid-19 patients to take part in a study of the disease

The aim is to help medics better understand why the virus affects some worse than others.

Over 170 NHS hospitals and around 20,000 patients are taking part.

Researcher have been awarded £28 million of funding to carry out the study.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

Croydon has recorded the largest increase in domestic abuse incidents during lockdown out of all the London boroughs

Since the prime minister ordered a UK lockdown on 23rd March, the requirement to stay at home has placed many vulnerable people at risk of domestic violence.

Met police data revealed that crime counts in London increased by 2.65% from 1,961 in March to 2,013 in April.

Incidents recorded in Croydon in the same period increased by 7% with 205 cases overall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

People across Richmond are being asked to “think long and hard” before they visit their recycling centre this bank holiday weekend.

Townmead Road Waste and Recycling Centre reopened on Monday, but queues into the site have been 2 hours long at times.

The council says there are significant rules in place regarding when and how people can access it.

The site sits beside Mortlake Crematorium, and the council says access must be maintained at all times.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Friday, 22 May 2020

Four teenagers have been arrested after allegedly assaulting a police officer while he was on duty in West Byfleet.

The officer was called to West Byfleet Recreation Ground following reports a group of around 30 were breaking social distancing rules.

Members of the group turned on the officer attacking him and causing minor injuries to his wrist and head.

Three young men aged 18, 15 and 14 were later located and arrested on suspicion of assault against an emergency services worker.

They remain in custody and enquiries are ongoing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A pre-school in Wandsworth won't be wearing masks as children are "scared" by them.

Anne Sheldon, who runs The London Preschool, told The Metro that facial expressions are important when working with young children.

She also says that reassurance through smiling and copying mouth moves are important to their development.

However, when dealing with an ill child, they will be using visors or masks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Police are searching for a missing man from Esher.



61-year-old Anthony Richards, also known as Tony, was last seen at his home address on Monday 18th of May at 8.30pm.

Tony is described as white, 6’2” tall, of slim build with brown hair and a large beard.

He was last seen wearing a black long-sleeved top, faded black trousers, a dark hat and carrying a grey camping style backpack.

He is well known in the area as he used to live on a bench by Molesey Lock and many would stop to talk and play a game of chess with him.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, you should contact Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A decision will be taken tonight on whether to re-open the car parks at Epsom Downs.

These are the only car parks which have not re-opened in the area to the public.

Epsom MP Chris Grayling wants them ready to accommodate visitors to the beauty spot this long weekend.

The Downs Conservators will make the final decision.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Richmond council has “raised the roof” with a virtual round of applause for our key workers

All 54 councillors joined hands to thank those working in the NHS, social care, schools and the police.

Voluntary organisations like RCVS and Age UK Richmond received special praise at the virtual council meeting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

A man has been arrested in Croydon after allegedly spitting in an officer’s face

Police responded to a home invasion this morning, and detained the man.

He’s been arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary, criminal damage, and assault.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:50 pm  

A woman’s been rescued from a fire in Hounslow

The blaze broke out at the flat in Stanley Road yesterday afternoon.

The woman was taken to hospital after suffering smoke inhalation.

The cause of the fire is under investigation by both the London Fire Brigade and the Met Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 pm  

A deal's been done to save 30 Carluccio's restaurants including in Bentalls Kingston and Wimbledon Village

The chain is being sold to the group which also owns Giraffe and Ed's Easy Diner.

The Italian restaurant recently went into administration.

But a buyer couldn't be found for 40 of its other restaurants, meaning 1,000 employees are going to lose their jobs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

Teddington's Landmark Arts Centre is ready to rock to stay afloat

The Centre's Martin Nicholds tells us all about this weekend's virtual activities.



To find out more about Rockin' the Lock-in, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Travellers have moved on from a beauty spot in Ham

Richmond Council is now undertaking a deep clean of the site at Riverside Drive.

The group arrived last Thursday and the authority was unable to evict it because of new rules surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.

This particular camp included families with young children and a number of pregnant women.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

The Prince of Wales is backing a virtual book of remembrance for victims of Covid-19

Charles says the "Remember Me" initiative, launched by St Paul's Cathedral, will allow families to express their "loss and sorrow" but celebrate "everything good" about their loved ones.

Kanan Patel from Ewell wasn't able to be with her husband Jayesh, when he died in hospital last month.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

Hounslow is asking the government for money to support their communities and businesses

The Labour-run Council says it could be the second-worst impacted borough in London, with a 40% downturn.

It’s asking for full reimbursement for all costs and lost income directly and indirectly linked to the pandemic.

It’s also asking for a long-term funding solution for social care, education, and healthcare.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

The number of people contacting eating disorder charities has sharply increased since the start of lockdown

Charity BEAT says calls have increased by 50%, with social media contact has increased 78% since February.

Lynn Crilly from Hinchley Wood is the author of Hope with Eating Disorders.

She offers this explanation as to why that might be.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

Some parts of the UK have seen a surge in employment, despite the overall impact on jobs during the coronavirus crisis

However, Merton, Kingston and Sutton have suffered one of the biggest drops in the country, with a 5.4% decrease.

Research by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation has found job adverts have increased in rural areas like South Norfolk, Omagh and Moray.

Roofers and security guards are among the professions which have seen an increase in demand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 am  

A police officer has been taken to hospital, after being attacked by a group of youths in West Byfleet Park

They were suspected of breaching lockdown restrictions.

Surrey Police says he suffered “minor injuries to his wrist and head”.

Three people have been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

The company who redesigned Concord's cabin are working on partitions to keep plane passengers socially distanced.

The module from Hammersmith and Fulham based FactoryDesign would keep people apart and include a perspex screen.

The partition could be removed for people from the same group and reinstalled for strangers.

It would also stop the battle for the armrest, as each person would get two to themselves.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

TfL are investigating the infections and deaths among bus workers in the capital.

29 drivers and 4 workers have died, at depots including Battersea, Putney, and Brentford.

The operator is teaming up with University College London to better understand the pattern of contagion.

It’ll take around 4 months, and be used to create safety measures in the future.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

A nurse at Kingston Hospital and her husband have raised £3,000 by running a marathon at home

Cat King was due to run the marathon in April in memory of her sister Emma.

When it was postponed, Cat and Ben decided to run 13 miles each during their exercise hour, and do the rest in their back garden.

Cat will still run the marathon in October, should it go ahead.

You can find a link to their fundraiser here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Wandsworth Council is issuing emergency phone data top-up vouchers to school pupils this week.

That’s due to a £10,000 fund from the Battersea Power Station Foundation to help tackle digital poverty.

Some carers and parents are facing problems when trying to download schoolwork and stay connected to teachers.

The “Power to Connect” campaign is an example of organisations teaming up to protect the vulnerable across London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Hounslow is one of a number of authorities debating whether or not primary schools should return on June the 1st.

Ministers are facing pressure from councils and teaching unions over the proposed move.

Around 1,500 schools nationwide say they won’t re-open.

Hounslow says it supports the reopening of schools but only when it’s safe.

It says parents across the borough may see variations to openings depending on the schools involved.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

American Airlines has donated 100 protective body suits to Ashford and St Peter’s hospitals.

The suits were originally destined for a maintenance project at Heathrow airport which was then postponed.

The airline didn’t want the suits to go unused and worked with NHS trusts to find them the best “home”

A spokesman for the airline has described the donation of the body suits as “an incredible honour”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Hounslow is apparently the second worst affected borough due to Covid-19 in London.

That’s according to councillors who have written to Housing minister Robert Jenrick.

They claim they’ve identified a 40% downturn in output across the borough because of the pandemic.

They’re asking the government for new funding models that will help to find solutions to drive economic recovery.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A man’s been injured in an altercation in Tadworth.

A small group of men were spotted arguing in a car park in Chavecroft Terrace just before 7 o’clock last night.

During the argument, one of the group was seen to retrieve a knife from a nearby bush which he used to hit the victim.

Shortly after this, the victim is thought to have left the scene in a blue Vauxhall Corsa with a number of other people.

The suspect is described as in his early 20s, mixed race and medium build with short dark dreadlocks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Richmond Council says it’s disappointed over the lack of community consideration regarding new post lock-down construction rules.

Residents living near building sites could be impacted by noise up to 9pm 6 days a week.

The Government announced the move but did not consult any authorities on its plans.

The new measure only applies to works with planning permissions.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Princess Eugenie’s father-in-law has praised the NHS for saving his life during his battle with Coronavirus

71-year-old George Brooksbank, who lives in Wandsworth, was on a ventilator for five weeks.

His condition improved after a tracheotomy, and he was moved to the Royal Brompton in Chelsea, which specialises in Covid-19 recoveries.

He says he’s now recovered completely, due to many weeks of recuperation in hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A golf clubhouse in Richmond Park has been damaged by fire

The brigade were called yesterday afternoon, where part of the living grass roof of the building was alight.

It was found a disposable barbecue had been placed on the grass roof.

There were no reports of any injuries, but people are being warned not to place barbecues near anything flammable or leave them unattended.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

A mural tribute to the NHS in Whitton is allowed to stay

The owners of Whitton Tyres commissioned the piece on their shopfront shutter.

But Richmond Council was called to investigate after one person complained about graffiti.

The Council says it is a “ rather unfortunate misunderstanding” and there’s no question the artwork can stay.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

A man’s been fined £750 for refusing to give his phone and laptop passcodes to police at Heathrow Airport

It happened when he was stopped and questioned by officers from the anti-terrorism branch.

More details from John Beesley:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

Rugby Players in Hammersmith have raised over £50,000 for Charing Cross Hospital by passing a ball a collective 110,000 times

The total was 333 miles, the distance between Twickenham and Murrayfield.

The youth players each tried to achieve 1,000 passes, passing them in back gardens, parks, and any patch of green space they could find.

Former England manager Sir Clive Woodward says, “it’s a fantastic effort by everybody.”

There’s still time to donate, and you can find the link here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 pm  

Everyone on board an easyjet flight will have to wear a mask

The airline's announced it'll start flying again next month - starting with some domestic routes within the UK.

Some airports say wearing a face covering is compulsory.

It's not that strict at Heathrow - but boss John Holland-Kaye says he's giving customers the choice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

A woman in her nineties has died in unexplained circumstances in New Malden

Emergency crews were called just after 9 this morning to Chestnut Grove, where she died at the scene.

Both the Police and Ambulance crews were sent to her home, with the first medics arriving in under three minutes.

Police are currently treating the “sudden death” as non-suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am  

Harry Dunn’s family are calling for the foreign secretary to resign over his handling of their son’s death

The 19-year-old was killed when his motorbike crashed into a car last year driven by Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US diplomat.

She claimed immunity and left for America just over two weeks later.

ITN reports that Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab was seen at a drinks party with the US ambassador, a day before Sacoolas left the country.

The Foreign Office says it objected in the strongest possible terms and continues to do so.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

More councils are saying they will defy government instructions for schools in England to start re-opening from June the 1st

It’s after teachers up and down the country started voicing safety fears about the loosening of lockdown measures.

Andrew Morgan is Principal of the Space Studio West London in Feltham.

He’s told Luke Williams that nothing is set in stone yet, but when it is, the school will be ready.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:44 am  

The queue outside Tooting Broadway could stretch all the way to Vauxhall bridge, if all rush hour commuters return to work and socially distance

Speaking to ITV, mathematician Matthew Scroggs says the line could be up to five miles long.

He says only 18 socially distanced people would be able to fit into a carriage.

Government guidance remains to only use public transport if strictly necessary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

The National Physical Laboratory in Teddington has been accredited with developing one of the world’s safest face visors

The site near Bushy Park has converted its sports pavilion into a packaging depot with volunteers producing over 1,000 per day.

The work began in March when a group called Protecting Heroes set up a team of industrial engineers and designers at the site.

The visors have passed safety standards across the UK and the world and clinicians have said they are “best and most comfortable” to wear.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 am  

Richmond Council says it’s disappointed over the lack of community consideration regarding new post lock-down construction rules.

Residents living near building sites could be impacted by noise up to 9pm 6 days a week.

The Government announced the move but did not consult any authorities on its plans.

The new measure only applies to works with planning permissions.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Sutton Council says you should only use its waste and recycling centres if absolutely necessary

Sutton Council says you should only use its waste and recycling centres if absolutely necessary.

It’s after some residents claimed getting an appointment following their re-opening last week is “impossible.”

The authority says only items that cannot be stored safely at home should be taken to the centres.

Sutton acknowledges a high demand for pre-bookable slots but is urging residents to be persistent and check its website regularly.




Sutton Council statement in full:

“Like most councils across the country, the Sutton Household Reuse and Recycling Centre (HRRC) was closed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The re-opening on Wednesday, the 13th of May was publicised with the message that ‘visits to the site are strictly by appointment only and must be booked in advance’ on the Council’s website, the Reuse and Recycling Centre webpage and the Council’s Facebook and Twitter channels.
In line with many other councils, a booking system and a number of temporary restrictions have been introduced to ensure residents and staff can safely use the HRRC, while maintaining social distancing guidelines. These changes are in accordance with Government guidelines designed to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Additionally in line with the guidelines, we advise that residents should only try to book a visit to the HRRC if it’s absolutely essential. Households should only take waste to the HRRC if it cannot be safely stored at home and no alternative disposal options are available. Currently and throughout the recent period our recycling, rubbish, garden waste and bulky waste collections from home services have been generally running well.
We appreciate that demand for bookings is extremely high right now and that all slots have been booked up quickly. Capacity at the site is being monitored to ensure that it is safe to use and more booking slots are being made available, so we advise residents to keep checking the website regularly.
We thank residents for their patience and understanding during this time.”


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:18 pm  

All schools in Hounslow are being asked to do a “robust” risk assessment before re-opening

All schools in Hounslow are being asked to do a “robust” risk assessment before re-opening.

The Council says it wants schools to re-open as soon as possible, but only when it is safe for them to do so.

Education department boss Tom Bruce says Headteachers are best placed to make the judgement, but the authority will offer support.

He says schools will be writing to parents to share their plans for reopening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 pm  

Chelsea based charity Walking with the Wounded has launched a new project to help vulnerable people during the Covid-19 pandemic

OP-REGEN provides ex-servicemen and women to the front-line to help assist those in need.

It is hoped their military skills can be put to good use to regenerate and empower struggling communities and organisations.

It’s also a chance for them to get back into community life.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Surrey Police’s chief constable is defending the use of tasers

The Independent Office for Police Conduct has a called for greater scrutiny nationally.

But David Munro has cited the dangers that could result if police were reluctant to employ tasers when their use was justified.

He feels that officers need the necessary tools to protect themselves in justifiable situations to maintain public safety.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 pm  

Thirty-three McDonald's drive-throughs have reopened across the UK today

They include the North Cheam drive-thru and at the Bath Road in Hounslow.

They're operating a reduced menu and there's a maximum spend of £25 per car.

The company also says staff are being temperature checked on their way into work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:50 pm  

Mental Health Awareness Week has revealed an unprecedented increase in demand for online help for young people

That’s according to Wimbledon based charity Stem4.

The charity’s online ‘Resilience for Teenagers’ advice page has seen an 800% increase in views.

An online advice booklet called “Worried About Coronavirus” which covers newly emerged mental health issues is also available.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:14 pm  

National Foster Care Fortnight will soon be coming to an end

It’s a time when people are encouraged to consider fostering a child.

Maria Shaw is a foster carer for Achieving for Children in Richmond, and also has four birth children of her own.

She's been chatting to Jackie's Emily Dexter about the rewards fostering brings.



To find out more about Foster Care Fortnight, click here

To find out more about fostering through Achieving for Children, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Rugby fans at Twickenham could be forced to wear face masks to watch England play in November

That’s according to the Telegraph, which reports the Rugby Football Union are considering a number of measures for public safety.

Other ideas include a “significantly smaller crowd” than the 82,000 people the stadium can hold.

A survey from the RFU says almost 90% of rugby supporters in England are interested in attending the international games later this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

A man has been given an honorary title by Hammersmith and Fulham Council, after tackling the weeds on the West Kensington Estate



Arthur James has kept all 15 raised beds – known as The Plotments – weed-free, and planted grass seeds to create a new lawn beside them.

The Leader of the Council has consequently given him the title of Honorary Horticulture Adviser.

He says “hopefully everyone will have something to look forward to seeing again when they are able to get back”.

He also says “I miss the horses” at the Park Lane Stables in Teddington where he works, which is currently closed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 am  

Ride London-Surrey 2020 has been cancelled

It was due to take place in August, but the size of the event “prevents it from being safe”.

Surrey County Council says they are still committed to hosting the event next year.

All participants and charities who purchased spots will be refunded in full.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Today is National “Thank a Teacher Day.”

Richmond Council is one authority encouraging pupils to embrace the hard work of teachers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

It says hundreds of teachers have continued to find new and creative ways of educating children from their homes.

Anyone can join in by sending in a card and message via the “Thank a Teacher” website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 am  

It’s claimed thousands of people could die due to delays in cancer surgery during the coronavirus pandemic

The Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton says putting off treatment for three months could result in almost 5–thousand excess deaths in England.

The NHS says urgent surgery is going ahead, and other services are also continuing and expanding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Two four-year-olds will be running a marathon for St Raphael's Hospice in Cheam

Joshua and Chloe Chadwick will run from their house, past their school and back home 26 times over 26 days.

They say they "would love to raise money to help people who are poorly and can't get better and to help their families".

You can find a link to their JustGiving on our Twitter feed, just search for Jackie News.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

McLaren is considering raising up to £275-million to get through the Covid-19 crisis

The company plans to mortgage its Woking headquarters and part of its collection of historic Formula 1 cars.

It’s pursuing the strategy after the UK government turned down a £150-million loan application.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:02 pm  

Changes are being made to London’s historic Portobello Road and Market to make it safe for visitors post lock-down

Kensington and Chelsea council has announced it will be car-free during trading hours to make it easier for people to social distance.

Traders have also been given three months’ rent relief ahead of a proposed return date of next month.

The council is also widening pavements across the borough and providing more cycling routes.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:42 pm  

Controversial plans for a new football pitch on Tooting Common are to be discussed at a planning meeting tonight

Over 6,000 people have signed a petition against a commercial pitch, to replace the ground built in the 1960s.

Wandsworth council claims its in a poor state, and therefore is putting off schools and clubs from using it.

Campaigners argue that it will not be freely accessible to run, instead a pay-to-play basis, and will impact the green space.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

The future re-development of Elmbridge is on hold due to Covid-19

The council says its so called “Local-Plan” won’t be ready for residents to view in September as planned.

Local Plans lay out proposed changes and increases to housing over a number of set years.

External consultants and partners who would have provided analysis and technical details have been furloughed or are unable to work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:32 pm  

Six men have been arrested for drugs offences after a raid at a house in West Molesey

Police gained a warrant to enter the property in Avern Road at around 9 o’clock last night.

They were supported by a police helicopter, dog units and armed response officers.

Upon arrival, drug paraphernalia and evidence of drug supply was found.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:39 pm  

GPs in Kingston are “concerned” that they’re seeing far fewer people than usual

It’s believed people are worried about putting a burden on the NHS, or fear catching coronavirus.

Many GPs are currently offering video or phone appointments.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 pm  

Transport for London has confirmed that projects like Kingston’s Go Cycle scheme have been paused.

It says that the Coronavirus pandemic means it has to prioritise getting people back on the streets to work safely and quickly.

TfL is currently pushing its Streetspace for London initiative which centres on the ability for people to social distance on London's streets.

Although paused, TfL says existing schemes like Go Cycle Kingston could be incorporated into Streetspace for London, or delayed.

Last week, Lib Dem MP for Richmond Park Sarah Olney said in a newsletter to constituents, that the delivery of the remainder of the Go Cycle scheme could be affected by the impact of Coronavirus on TfL’s funds.

Kingston Council has since confirmed it is yet to receive this year’s portion of Go Cycle funding from TfL.

The scheme is worth approx £30 million to Kingston in total.

Sam Monck, TfL’s Head of Investment Delivery Planning for Healthy Streets, said: “We’re working closely with London’s boroughs to rapidly create the extra space needed for more people to walk and cycle, through our Streetspace for London programme.

“TfL’s financial situation and the need to prioritise London’s recovery has meant that the design, development and funding of pre-existing projects has been paused, including borough schemes funded by us. Many of these will be brought forward and accelerated under the Streetspace for London programme, whereas other schemes may be delivered later than planned. We’re committed to creating a safe network of walking and cycling infrastructure in Kingston and will continue to work with Kingston Council to confirm funding and do this as quickly as possible.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

We’re being urged to go on a virtual Moonwalk Celebration Road Trip

It’s after charity Walk the Walk had to postpone its famous Moonwalks due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

To mark the dates of The MoonWalk London on the 16th of May, The MoonWalk Scotland on the 6th of June and The MoonWalk Iceland on the 13th of June, this virtual road trip is a 29 day journey.

It starts at Clapham Common, continuing via Holyrood Park in Edinburgh and finishes with a grand virtual celebration at Lake Myvatn in Iceland.

The virtual route is 1,190 miles, as the crow flies and people wanting to support the charity can choose how many miles that they want to walk.

The aim is to get as many people to Iceland as possible on the 13th of June, observing social distancing guidelines, of course.

Walkers can choose to take on 2 miles each day, 3 miles a day or 5 miles each day for 29 days or pick ‘n’ mix their own distance and time.

There is no cost for joining and fundraising is optional, but should they want to, those taking part can open a fundraising page and anyone can show their support by making a donation.

The entire Walk the Walk Team has also set off on the road trip and walking at least 2 miles a day for the 29 days.

Moonwalk founder Nina Barough says the idea is to get as many people there as possible while raising vital funds.



To sign up or find out more, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 pm  

Travellers will be allowed to stay on a site in Ham for the time being

Richmond Council says it’s powerless to move them on under current Government guidance amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ministers say they must be allowed to remain to reduce the spread of the virus and allow them access to healthcare.

Travellers pitched up at Riverside Drive earlier this week.

They will be allowed to stay provided they don’t burn rubbish, defecate on open spaces, damage the land or harass residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 pm  

Former Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Bosnich says players that refuse to train because of the coronavirus pandemic shouldn't be paid

Training will resume this afternoon at top flight clubs after new medical protocols were passed yesterday.

But some players still have reservations because of the disease.

Bosnich says he sees no reason not to get back on the pitch.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

Inmates at Wandsworth Prison showing symptoms of coronavirus have been locked up for 2 weeks without a shower or exercise

The Chief Inspector of Prisons says the “physical limitations” of the Victorian prison also made social distancing impossible.

However, most prisoners had daily access to a shower, and there was a vigorous cleaning system.

Phil Copple, Director General of Prisons, said:

“In the face of extraordinary challenges, staff at these three prisons have worked hard to protect the men in their care and the wider public. I am pleased this has been recognised by the inspectorate.

“Both the chief inspector and I have been struck by prisoners’ support for the necessary restrictions.

This was made possible by the clear communications, strong leadership and support from our health partners which were identified by inspectors, and I am grateful to everyone for their efforts.”

All symptomatic prisoners now have access to a regime which includes showers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

Twickenham’s Lib Dem MP is calling on the Government to release scientific analysis of its return to school plans now

Munira Wilson says children and teachers should not feel scared to go back to the classroom.

The former teacher says the Government has gone about the situation all wrong.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

Premier League players will return to training this afternoon, after clubs voted to approve new medical protocols

But they'll have to work in small groups and contact won't be allowed.

Shareholders say it's the first step towards the resumption of the Premier League, which has been suspended since March.

Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi could end up missing training, after his arrest at the weekend for inviting a woman to his house.

The club has so far not commented on the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 am  

A youth charity in Roehampton has received a generous donation in order to keep it running during and after lock-down

Regenerate helps youngsters realise their passions by providing access to youth centres, activities and mentoring programmes.

Housebuilder Redrow has handed over £1,000 to the cause.

The company is Wandsworth Council’s preferred housebuilding partner, and has decided to offer grants to borough based charities.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Monday, 18 May 2020

Hounslow Council is defending using its school expansion budget for developing Chiswick Boathouse.

It says “there are no further developments required” to schools in the area.

The authority allocated an amount of money to expand institutions, but now says “population growth was not as high as predicted”.

It states “the council is not taking money away from school projects” and it’s a separate matter to the schools revenue budget.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A list of the 20 busiest stations on the London Underground has been published to help people avoid potential overcrowding.

People are being urged to steer clear of locations including East and West Croydon and Clapham Junction during the rush hour.

Travellers are warned they might have to queue as staff try to enforce a two-metre gap.

The full list is as follows:

Barking, Brixton, Canada Water, Canary Wharf, Canning Town, Clapham Junction, East Croydon, East Ham, Lewisham, Leyton, Liverpool Street (Tube), London Bridge (Tube), North Acton, Seven Sisters, Stratford, Walthamstow Central, West Croydon, West Ham, Wood Green and Woolwich Arsenal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Cash payments are now being accepted at 64 tube stations across London.

Since the start of lockdown, contactless and oyster card payments were mandatory, and cards were unable to be topped up with cash.

Alphabetically, in South West London: Hammersmith, Heathrow, Kew Gardens, Richmond, Tooting Broadway and Wimbledon now accept cash.

We’re being asked to wear face masks and be two metres apart from other passengers while on public transport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

A fleet of historic Thames pleasure cruisers could have to be put up for sale by a Twickenham firm whose season was ruined by the coronavirus pandemic

Colliers Launches says it’s in danger of going under. The company has resorted to a crowd-funding SOS because the government has so far failed to offer support.

Co-owner Danny Collier says the casualties could include the Princess Freda, one of the “Little Ships” which rescued British soldiers from the beaches at Dunkirk:



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 pm  

People living near green, open spaces should pay a small tax to help keep them afloat, as some Americans do

That’s according to think tank Social Market Foundation.

The move could see people living near parks like Richmond and Bushy pay the equivalent of $7 per month.

It’s hoped the tax would also help the NHS, which could possible use so-called “green prescribing” to help patients get better.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:19 pm  

It’s emerged Chelsea and England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi was arrested yesterday

It’s after police responded to a report of an “unwell woman” at an address in South West London just before 4am.

The 19 year old has been bailed to return to a police station next month.

Chelsea has not commented on the news.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 pm  

A trial of a new injection which prevents someone catching HIV has been cut short because it was so successful

Experts at Brentford based GlaxoSmithKline didn't feel it was necessary to continue.

It’s after it found the jab 69 % more effective than taking a daily pill known as prep.

It's given every two months and has been described as a potential game-changer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 pm  

The virtual Chelsea Flower Show is opening today

Horticultural experts are highlighting the positive effect green spaces can have on mental health.

There will be themes for each day ranging from wildlife to personal health.

The show will be RHS members only today, but the public will be able to see the displays tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

Staff and passengers at Heathrow are all going to be given face masks from this week

Thermal screening technology is gong to be trialled in the immigration hall in Terminal 2, ahead of a full rollout.

Its as airport bosses attempt to reassure the public about air travel, to restart the sector’s economy.

Next month, ministers will introduce a compulsory two-week quarantine to all arrivals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Plans for a controversial tower block in Stoneleigh have been re-submitted to the council.

The 7-storey block, with would be situated next to the station, would provide 20 flats.

It’s unpopular with many residents, with over 700 objections but only 7 supporters so far.

These people are from the Stop Stoneleigh Tower Block Action Group.



A spokesman from Epsom and Ewell Council says it’s assessing the application and will take into account comments made via the council website.

For more details, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

A man has died following an accident in Kew

Police were called around 6.30 this morning to Kew Road, where a motorcyclist had been in a collision with a car.

The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the car was not seriously injured.

Police are currently investigating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Around 500 people in the UK will benefit from an experimental plasma treatment for Covid-19 from today

Between 11 and 14 hospitals will take part in the trial after 1-thousand units of blood were donated from patients who've recovered from coronavirus.

It's hoped the transfusions will help those who aren't producing enough antibodies to fight the virus.

People can donate blood at the centre in Tooting, next to St George’s Hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has reportedly been arrested, after inviting a glamour model to his penthouse

The Sun reports that the woman arrived on 8pm on Saturday, but rang the police and Ambulance at 4am "after feeling unwell".

The model was taken to hospital.

Residents said the house was "crawling with police" and a spa had been taped off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

Mental Health Week starts today, and residents in Croydon are being urged to mark it by sharing stories of their kindness to one another.

The plea comes amid increased concern about the effect of the pandemic and lockdown on the mental wellbeing of people across the country.

According to experts at Croydon Council one in six of us will suffer from mental illness.

They’re also concerned that 70 per cent of young people with difficulties are not receiving the appropriate care.

The lockdown has added extra strain but Cllr Jane Avis, the cabinet member for families and health says people are supporting one another and sharing their stories on social media can help under the hashtag Croydon together.

Officials are also promoting five steps towards better mental health.

They include connecting with others, giving to people, keep learning, being active, and taking more notice of your surroundings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Dogs will need to be kept on a lead in Richmond and Bushy Parks for the next three weeks

Royal Parks say 300 baby deer will be born there and they want to prevent deer and dogs from chasing and attacking each other.

The manager of Richmond Park, Simon Richards, believes if dogs are not on leads they will see new born deer being attacked.

He’s asking anyone who sees a dog chasing deer to ring the on-call park police immediately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:17 am  

Sunday, 17 May 2020

Streatham Hill Theatre’s been saved from closure after a public appeal for donations.

The crowdfunding target of nearly £35,000 was reached ten days early, before Lambeth Council committed a further £7,500 to the project.

The money will be used to revive the dormant theatre as a multi-purpose arts and cultural venue and develop a sustainable business model going forward.

There’ll be an online campaign meeting this Wednesday evening to discuss future plans, which is open to the public.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:53 pm  

Another Coronavirus mobile testing unit is in Wandsworth today.

People are being warned they can’t turn up without an appointment, and the test will not show if you’ve had the virus in the past.

The tests, being carried out by the army at the town hall, are only for residents in certain categories.

These include frontline NHS staff and those over 65.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Some people in Sutton are claiming getting a slot at the borough’s Kimpton Park recycling centre is “impossible.”

Residents have told us that they’ve been trying several times a day to book and online information is not easy to find.

The site re-opened on Wednesday as part of the Government’s part-lift on lock-down restrictions.

We’ve contacted Sutton Council for comment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:38 pm  

People arriving at Heathrow Airport will be screened for high temperatures, to try to identify travellers who might be infected with coronavirus


People arriving at Heathrow Airport will be screened for high temperatures, to try to identify travellers who might be infected with coronavirus.

From Thursday, thermal imaging will be used at Terminal 2 to check if people have symptoms.

John Holland-Kaye who's Heathrow's chief executive says they're using these measures to spot those who have signs of a fever.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

A care home near Leatherhead’s planned a special socially distant drive-past for friends and family tomorrow

A care home near Leatherhead’s planned a special socially distant drive-past for friends and family tomorrow.

Staff at Gracewell of Bookham have filled their car park with colourful flags and bunting and have asked visitors to decorate their cars.

Home Admissions Officer Vicky Radmore says they decided to do it as it’s been nine weeks since residents at the care home have seen their families
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 am  

The government’s been told extra funding will be needed if Kingston’s adult education sector is to get back on its feet

Kingston Council has written to Gillian Keegan, the minister responsible for apprenticeships and skills.

They’ve proposed setting up a post-crisis innovation fund to tackle what they say are unique challenges posed by the pandemic.
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