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Saturday, 4 July 2020

Plans for a new state of the art hospital in Sutton have been approved meaning Epsom and St Helier will lose major services.


A&E, critical care and maternity units are among those to be consolidated in a 500-million-pound investment.

The decision’s provoked mixed reaction.

Epsom and Ewell councillor, Barry Nash, welcomes the funding but is disappointed the new unit will be built outside the borough.

Part of the money will go to improving transport between all three sites.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:54 pm  

A one-year-old girl from Twickenham has been given just a month to find a stem cell donor in order to save her life.

Liya Gumusoz was diagnosed with leukaemia at Great Ormond Street and has only spent nine nights at home in the past three months.

She’s currently undergoing chemotherapy but her only chance of survival is to find a blood stem cell donor.

Only two percent of the country are registered as donors and the number is falling due to the pandemic.

Anyone in good health who’s between 17 and 55 can become a donor.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

The Labour MP for Brentford has voiced serious concerns over the abolition of the Department for International Development.

Ruth Cadbury has reacted to the merging of staff and functions of the DIFD with the Foreign Office.

The two departments were originally separated in 1997 by Labour after a scandal relating aid to a dam in Malaysia with an arms deal.

The DIFD was known for treating HIV across the world and committing aid to the vulnerable.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

There’s been angry reaction to the news St Helier Hospital will lose its maternity and A&E units.

Councillors in Sutton have condemned Elliot Colburn, MP for Carshalton and Wallington, for supporting plans to consolidate health services in the area.

500-million pounds will fund a new state-of-the-art hospital in Sutton, while St Helier and Epsom will lose services but see their hospitals modernised.

Lib Dem councillors have promised not to give up on St Helier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:44 pm  

The MP for Kingston & Surbiton has asked Kent Police to investigate whether Nigel Farage has breached quarantine rules.

Mr Farage was pictured at a Donald Trump rally in the U.S. on the evening of 20th June.

He's today posted a picture of himself in a pub.

Ed Davey, who’s also acting leader of the Liberal Democrats says it's clear from Mr Farage's social media posts he has not isolated for a full 14 days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 pm  

Richmond Council is inviting residents to have their say about how they’ve been impacted by Covid-19.

The pandemic has affected public services and workplaces and also travelling and volunteering in the borough.

Its hoped the feedback will identify community needs, help direct assistance programmes and aid post pandemic recovery.

People are asked to comment via the Richmond Council website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Hounslow Council has issued a statement reassuring residents about the final destination of their recycling

It's in response to recent reports that some UK recycling has found its way to dumps in Turkey.

The authority says recycling in Hounslow channelled to destinations in the UK or abroad, is approved by the Environment Agency.

Waste here is sorted within the Material Handling facility in Southall Lane.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

As more people gradually venture out into London with lockdown measures easing, specially-trained Project Servator officers have been deployed across the Capital in search of suspicious activity

Officers from the Met Police, City of London Police and British Transport Police are on alert for people with terrorist and other criminal intent.

They’re also working closely with local businesses and communities to help maintain a network of vigilance for suspicious movement.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:27 pm  

We're being warned not to overdo it, as pubs open in England today for the first time in months

The health secretary says he won't hesitate to bring back lockdown restrictions if people don't act responsibly.

Cinemas, hairdressers, restaurants and theme parks can also reopen from today.

Neil Poulter is the operations manager at Thorpe Park in Chertsey - he says they've had to make a lot of changes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

The leader of Merton Council has expressed disappointment after the Improving Healthcare Together committee decided to build a new specialist hospital in Sutton

Councillor Stephen Alambritis felt “the needs of Merton’s residents have been pushed aside”.

This morning, NHS leaders approved plans for the new hospital and investment in Epsom and St Helier hospitals, costing a total of £500 million.

A range of measures including transport and travel, bed numbers and services for older residents and more deprived communities will be addressed in the plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Kingston Hospital has been given the seal of approval by its cancer patients in a national survey.

Participants of the National Cancer Patient Experience Survey have rated the hospital an overall 8.7 out of 10.

The survey rates the patient journey from exploratory tests, to receiving information, and before and after procedures.

With 143 trusts taking part, Kingston’s cancer patient response rate was above the national response average at 63%.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

The Metropolitan Police says seven officers have been injured after trying to break up an unlicensed music event in Hammersmith

Officers tried to order crowds to leave before the group became hostile and began throwing items at police.

Specially trained public order officers were called to disperse the group and stop the continued violence.

No arrests have been made at this time. Scotland Yard has reiterated the fact that mass gatherings are illegal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

Hounslow council has given its voluntary and community sector a much-needed funding boost

The Thriving Communities Response Fund enables charities hit by Covid-19 the chance to access grants of up to £50,000.

The funding is available for projects and services that deliver support to residents who are most impacted during the outbreak.

Digital inclusion, unemployment, mental health across all age groups, especially the young, and food sustainability will be of particular note.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Kingston Council and the Metropolitan Police are asking people across the borough to behave responsibly as lockdown measures ease

They’re keen to protect public health and keep the town centre clean and safe for residents and everyone who wants to enjoy it.

The Leader of Kingston Council Caroline Kerr says that while she, “understands that people are keen to make the most of restrictions easing, her plea is that we all do this in a way that respects others.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Friday, 3 July 2020

A Muslim convert from West London has been jailed for a minimum of 14 years for planning to blow-up St Paul's Cathedral at Easter

Safiyya Shaikh, who's in her mid-thirties, also wanted to put a second device in a nearby hotel, then kill herself in a suicide blast on the London Underground.

She was caught by two undercover officers posing as fellow extremists.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:36 pm  

Wimbledon, and the world, would usually be in the grip of tennis fever by now

Around 500,000 people usually visit SW19 during tennis fortnight, which has been cancelled this year due to Coronavirus.

Businesses in the Village and town centre are now having to find other way of recouping lost revenue

Sandra Strachan, otherwise known as Lady Wimbledon, says although it has been tough, it’s also been a time of reflection:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner is asking pub-goers to respect safety measures

Tomorrow’s re-opening of the hospitality sector is being dubbed Super Saturday.

David Munro says extra resources will be in place for what is expected to be a busy weekend for Surrey Police.

He says it’s crucial people plan ahead to avoid breaking social distancing measures and disappointment if a venue is fully booked.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Kirsten Henly, CEO of Kingston First, says while it’s been a trying time during the pandemic, businesses have pulled together

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

Surrey has been named one of 11 “good practice” areas in the UK to help tackle Coronavirus

The authority has published its Local Outbreak Control Plan that will come into play if there is a sudden spike in cases.

The document is a result of weeks of intense planning from many health and social care partners in Surrey including the NHS.

It’s hoped any ‘localised lockdown’ can be avoided if people continue to follow messages including self-isolating if you show symptoms.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 pm  

Wet wipes and sanitary products are changing the shape of the Thames riverbed

That’s according to environmental charity Thames21.

In Barnes alone, a mound of wet wipes has grown to 1.4 metres, equivalent to four tennis courts, over the past six years.

The charity’s appealing for improved labelling that highlights the damage done when flushing them down the loo.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

The National Archives in Kew says its important its documents are preserved for the future

Jeff James, the Chief Executive and Keeper, has published an open letter in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests across the world.

In it, he says “our collections span 1,000 years of difference, debate and progress.

Created from the perspective of state and empire, we hold important records that bear witness to past injustice and the long fight for equality in the Black community.”

He goes on to say that it’s important they are kept open to “learn from our past.”

The National Archives are a non-ministerial department, and the official archive and publisher for the UK Government, England and Wales.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

History could be made when the Derby takes place behind closed doors at Epsom tomorrow

2-thousand Guineas winner Kameko looks to join an elite list of horses to complete the classic double.

But trainer Andrew Balding says they're not putting themselves under too much pressure.



No spectators will be allowed at the course because of coronavirus restrictions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 am  

A mobile Coronavirus testing unit will be in place at London Olympia in Kensington today and tomorrow

It’s after it was revealed that Kensington and Chelsea has one of the highest hospital detected Covid-19 infection rates in London.

The figures, from Public Health England, looked at rates per 100,000 people.

A spokesman for Kensington and Chelsea Council says that can be misleading as the borough only has 160,000 residents.

Houda Al-Sharifi, Director of Public Health for Kensington and Chelsea says:

“We are working with the NHS and Public Health England to do all we can to limit the spread of coronavirus.

In Kensington and Chelsea we had just 25 new cases from the 1st of June to the 24th of June across the whole borough, with no obvious clustering, but we are monitoring the local and national situations closely and on a daily basis.

As lockdown eases everyone has the responsibility to help limit the spread of coronavirus by staying two metres from people outside your household wherever possible, wear a face covering when on public transport and in busy shops, and washing your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

The search is on for a buyer after the owner of Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge and Las Iguanas called in administrators

More than 19-hundred jobs are at risk as Casual Dining Group looks to close 91 of its 250 restaurants.

That includes the outlets at Heathrow, Colliers Wood, Epsom and Esher.

It leaves around 4-thousand workers at the company's sites across the UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:17 am  

Thursday, 2 July 2020

The man known as the 'Skipping Sikh' has been honoured by the Prime Minister for raising thousands of pounds for NHS charities during lock-down.

73 year old Rajinder from Harlington, became a social media star after recording videos of himself skipping to stay healthy at his allotment.

The aim was to help people in the community to stay active.

He's raised over £13,500 and a commendation from the Prime Minister.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

A vase that had spent its life languishing on a landing at a house in Richmond has sold for thousands at auction.

It is thought to be a piece of work by 19th century French potter Theodore Deck, probably for exhibition because of its vast size.

He was influenced by Chinese and Islamic designs characterised by turquoise glazes.

It was estimated to fetch up to £1,000 but the hammer finally fell at £13,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 pm  

A statue of former Ethiopian leader Haile Selassie has been destroyed on Wimbledon Common.

The incident took place in Cannizaro Park on Tuesday evening.

Witnesses claim around 100 people join in in destroying the bust.

Unrest in Ethiopia was sparked earlier this week after a popular singer was shot dead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A firearm has been recovered and two people arrested following an operation in Carshalton



Officers from the Met’s Flying Squad stopped a vehicle in Gander Green Lane, at approximately 3pm yesterday as part of an armed surveillance operation.

The operation was organised as part of an investigation into a firearms incident in Carshalton on June the 17th.

A 40-year-old male and a 39- year-old female in the car were arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence, possession of an offensive weapon, and possession with intent to supply a class B drug.

The vehicle was searched, and police found a loaded air rifle.

The male suspect was also in possession of a knife and a large quantity of cannabis at the scene.

Officers later searched the male suspect’s home address and recovered a further four air weapons, 10 hunting knives, and a crossbow.

Both suspects remain in custody at Wandsworth Police Station.

Enquires continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

Hundreds of additional officers deployed across the railway network this weekend

Charlie Doyle, Assistant Chief Constable at British Transport Police, said:

“Whilst people will want to have a good time and enjoy themselves we must remember that Coronavirus is still a serious risk to health.

Everyone should still follow government advice and stay at home as much as possible.

“We are confident that those who need to use the railway will continue to act responsibly and play their part in helping to protect each other and comply with the requirement to wear face coverings. To support rail operators in England on Saturday we are deploying hundreds of additional officers across key transport hubs. Our officers will be out supporting rail staff in engaging with passengers, explaining the importance of maintaining social distancing and encouraging people to wear face coverings.

“We are sure that the public will continue protecting others by wearing face coverings as they travel. However, as a last resort officers will, if necessary, enforce the Government requirement to wear face coverings when travelling. This could result in removal from the rail network, the issue of a fixed penalty notice or in extreme cases arrest and prosecution.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:03 pm  

Rugby fans looking to get a seat at Twickenham may not have a chance, due to a reported change in ticketing rules

The Guardian writes that the Rugby Football Union will be offering the first 28,000 tickets to corporate contracts, and more to affiliates.

The RFU is facing loses of over £100m if the Autumn Internationals aren’t allowed to take place.

They believe that if social distancing is at 1m, they’ll be able to fit between 35,000 to 40,000 in the stands.

Crowds of more than 50,000 would need to be allowed before a “more appropriate” scheme would be brought in.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

More domestic abuse refuges have opened in Surrey, after a surge in demand during lockdown

The County Council says the building provides space for seven families, with the potential for 18 in the future.

Reigate and Banstead Women’s Aid CEO Charlotte Kneer says “it’s startling to think how much we have achieved in six weeks.

It’ll be maintained by the council, with funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner to provide specialist support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Over £100,000 has been raised to help fund youth mental health services in Richmond

It’s come from the annual Richmond Voluntary Fund charitable trust, launched in February.

Twickenham based Off The Record and Richmond Mind will be the two charities to benefit from the funding this year.

The council says it is a welcome bonus for charities struggling from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 pm  

Chefs and tennis stars are joining together in doubles matches to promote British lamb

The Make it Lamb contest will see the stars cooking dishes and posting them on social media, for the public to vote for the best.

The UK has some of the highest welfare standards for sheep in the world, but sales have plummeted due to lockdown.

Chris Wheeler from the Stoke Park hotel is teaming up with Tim Henman, and says cooking with lamb is easy:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:31 pm  

Fire broke out in Surbiton earlier.

The blaze broke out near to Surbiton Fire Station in Oakhill Road at 3.30pm.

A small part of the kitchen in a four-roomed flat on the third floor of a five-storey block was damaged.

There were no reports of any injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:18 pm  

Over £100,000 has been raised to help fund youth mental health services in Richmond

It’s come from the annual Richmond Voluntary Fund charitable trust, launched in February.

Twickenham based Off The Record and Richmond Mind will be the two charities to benefit from the funding this year.

The council says it is a welcome bonus for charities struggling from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:08 pm  

The biggest sustainable food market in the capital will open in Wandsworth tomorrow

Streetcube was launched as a pop-up stall last year by Raymond Blanc.

It pledges to use zero plastics, create zero waste, and use organic, local produce.

The food industry contributes to 45% of greenhouse gas emissions, alongside transport and packaging emissions.

It will be open every week on the High Street's piazza.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Officers investigating two indecent exposures in Elmbridge have arrested a 30 year old man from Hounslow

Two women have been targeted in Cobham and Esher Common over the last 6 weeks.

The man in question has been questioned and bailed until July the 21st pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:50 pm  

Surrey's Chief Constable thanks residents for their continued support ahead of lockdown restrictions being eased

Message in full from Gavin Stephens:

This coming weekend many public facilities, including pubs, restaurants and hotels, will choose to open their doors again for the first time since March. In addition the Epsom Derby will be held behind closed doors for the first time.

Ahead of Saturday’s guidance changes officers have been working with licensees to prepare while there will be extra patrols to ensure the public are safe. The advice continues to be for the public to take personal responsibility to help stop the spread of the virus.

The Chief Constable said: “I’d like to thank the public in Surrey for their continued support during the pandemic to save lives. Whilst the Government has announced that lockdown restrictions will be eased on Saturday 4 July, it’s important for people to continue to take responsibility for looking after each other by following the government guidelines. In the last two weeks in Surrey I’m pleased to say that we haven’t had to issue any fixed penalty notices relating to the guidelines and people have engaged with us when we have addressed any issues of concern.

“We are still running a major incident structure in our response to this crisis, and planning is in place with our partners in the Local Resilience Forum for all eventualities. The most vulnerable people in our communities still need our continued support and my deepest condolences go out to those that have lost friends or family during this health crisis.

“This weekend may feel like a time to celebrate as we move to a new normality, but I’d urge everyone to follow the government guidelines to help to prevent the spread of the virus. Not all premises will be opening this weekend as some need more time to prepare. This may well have an impact on those that do choose to open as we’re expecting a busy weekend across the county.

“We have been working with licensed premises, partner agencies and licensing officers over recent weeks to identify any areas of concern and have put into place additional patrols and officers to address these. I’d encourage everyone to enjoy themselves this weekend responsibly as we will not tolerate drink or drug related anti-social behaviour or violence on our streets. Please also plan before you go out as your local venue might not be open, or could have restricted numbers.

“Our roads are just as important and this weekend our roads policing teams will be continuing to carry out enforcement activities as part of our annual drink and drug drive campaign.

“Regular patrols will be undertaken in Epsom during the Derby on Saturday. The event is being held behind closed doors and the organisers will be taking the lead on security of the racecourse and surrounds. I’d like to echo the organisers who have warned people that they will have a wasted journey if they travel to the event, which is being advertised as ‘Derby at home’. Barriers and hoardings will be in place, so you will not be able to see the racecourse from the surrounding area. We’ll also be patrolling the Epsom Downs area to address any anti-social behaviour issues that are reported to us.

“I’d ask the public to spare a thought for my officers out on patrol this weekend, who don’t have the opportunity to join their families as lockdown restrictions are eased. They are there to keep you safe and have done a fantastic job throughout the pandemic. I’ll be supporting them by joining them on patrol and I’d ask you to support them by celebrating responsibly.

“In recent weeks we have seen an increase in the number of incidents reported to us. Last week for example we saw 4,668 incidents reported and 1,515 crimes recorded, compared to 4.654 and 1,452 in the equivalent week last year. It’s clear that the demand on policing has returned to the levels we saw prior to lockdown.

“One area that has seen a significant rise is violent crime, where 776 crimes were recorded last week, compared to 629 in the previous week and 645 in the equivalent week last year. I’m determined that this figure does not rise further with the re-opening of our night-time economy this weekend.”

You can see updates from the local policing teams across Surrey over the weekend via their beat accounts on Twitter and Facebook - #LessenTheSession.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:40 pm  

Chelsea missed the chance to move up to third in the Premier League last night

They lost 3-2 away to London-rivals West Ham.

But manager Frank Lampard says they're still having a good season.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

Hounslow Council says it is reducing its use of chemical herbicides in the borough

Bosses say flourishing wildflower sites promote biodiversity and increase the green infrastructure.

Only organic weed killers and other means will be used unless it’s an invasive and damaging species growing out of control.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:03 pm  

The statue of a former Ethiopian leader in a park in Wimbledon has been destroyed

The bust of Halie Selassie was attacked on Tuesday evening.

Ethiopia is currently in a state of unrest, after a popular singer was shot dead earlier this week.

Hacalu Hundessa’s songs were about the rights of the Oromo ethnic group, and he had been heavily critical of the government.

Statues of Selassie have been torn down in the African country as well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Richmond has only seen 13,500 successful applications to its EU Settlement Scheme

It’s thought there are thousands of eligible residents yet to apply, and only a year left to do so.

Older and vulnerable citizens who have put down family roots in the borough are being encouraged to apply now.

The Council is appealing to employers, the voluntary sector, schools and colleges to help raise awareness of the scheme.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:33 am  

Princess Alice Hospice in Esher will start a phased re-opening of its 46 charity shops today

7 will start the ball rolling today including Twickenham, Banstead and Esher.

The shops bring in approximately £500,000 of vital funds for the Hospice every year.

This means the charity lost in the region of £125,000 while they were closed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:59 am  

Wednesday, 1 July 2020

The trial of a man accused of murder in Croydon is continuing at the Old Bailey.

26 year old Aaron McKenzie denies killing pregnant Kelly Fauvrelle as she slept; her unborn baby died 4 days later in June last year.

Earlier, the court heard McKenzie had a driving lesson just hours after the death of Ms Fauvrelle.

The trial continues.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Mercedes F1 has unveiled its all black livery ahead of its return to racing in Austria this weekend

The team, based in Weybridge, has pledged a renewed purpose to stand against all forms of discrimination.

It wants to re-evaluate its workforce where only 3% of employees are minority ethnic and only 12% are women.

It believes the company will gain strength by attracting people from a broader pool in the future.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:05 pm  

Hundreds of people have voiced their concerns about anti-social behaviour in Richmond

They’ve joined in with the council’s first Community Conversation, held over Zoom.

It was hosted by the Leader of Richmond Council and representatives from Richmond police.

The main bone of contention is late night revellers at Twickenham Riverside who are accused of leaving litter, urinating and defecating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:51 pm  

People across Richmond are being warned not to “gamble with their lives” by jumping into or swimming in the Thames.

Richmond Council has issued the warning after groups of young people, many under the influence alcohol, have been seen on the banks of the Thames.

Teddington Lock is a particular area of concern; a 12 year old needed medical help after getting into difficulty last week.

The council says it, the police and fire brigade are becoming increasingly concerned.

People are being urged to follows the RNLI’s drowning prevention guidance and “Respect the Water.”

To find out more, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:42 pm  

Chelsea could be third in the Premier League table by the end of the day.

They need to beat West Ham later for that to happen, while hoping rivals Leicester drop points at Everton in a game which is just getting under way.

Also kicking off around now, Arsenal versus bottom club Norwich, while struggling Bournemouth are at home to Newcastle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:36 pm  

The foreign secretary's announced the UK will help people in Hong Kong get British citizenship following dozens of arrests under new security laws.

There have been big protests in the former British territory over the controversial legislation, which allows police to detain people for holding up flags.

Dominic Raab,MP for Esher and Walton, says it's a 'flagrant assault' on people's rights.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:21 pm  

The Duchess of Cambridge says that Wimbledon next year will be “worth the wait”

She’s narrated a video from the All-England Tennis Club celebrating the tournament, after it was cancelled due to the pandemic.

Kate Middleton has attended every year since 2011, and is now patron.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:20 pm  

The dates for the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley have been finalised.

Arsenal will take on Manchester City at 7.45pm on Saturday the 18th of July in the first of the matches, which will be live on BT Sport.

Manchester United and Chelsea will play at 6pm the following day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:18 pm  

Chelsea could end the day third in the Premier League.

They'll move above Leicester if they make it six straight wins when they travel to London rivals West Ham, and Brendan Rodgers' side drop points at Everton.

Elsewhere, Arsenal host bottom side Norwich and Newcastle are away to struggling Bournemouth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:18 pm  

British Airways is moving many of its Gatwick flights to Heathrow

It’s already warned that it may have to abandon Gatwick entirely, as passenger numbers plummet.

BA used to use the Sussex airport for routes to the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Latin America.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Croydon Council has begun the next stage of working out how many new homes are to be built over the next two decades

Up to 46,000 are needed in the borough by 2039 based on Government figures.

Croydon was also named by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, as an area that should plan for an increase.

His new London Plan is still being developed but it is expected to be adopted next year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A Green Party Councillor for Richmond has stepped down

A by-election will be held in Hampton Wick next year, after Dylan Baxendale left for personal reasons.

In December, he chastised the Environment Committee for using paper copies of documents which ran to hundreds of pages.

Richmond Green Party Leader Richard Bennett says Dylan needs to “focus on his work and family” but he “will continue to be a valued member of the Greens”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 pm  

Two workers at Tesco Extra in Addlestone have raised money for the NHS, by dressing up as Star Wars characters



David Seddon and Gianfranco Ognibene got into costume as Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi on May the 4th, Star Wars Day.

They went about their daily work dressed up, with visitors giving donations.

They presented a cheque for £377 to Chertsey Ambulance Station.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

The Welsh national rugby team are reportedly looking to move to Twickenham stadium on a temporary basis

The Rugby Paper reports that talks have been given “some urgency” after warnings spectators won’t be allowed at matches in Cardiff.

However, the Rugby Football Union are hoping to allow 40,000 people into Twickenham.

Wales are due to play five home games in the autumn.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:56 am  

Enquiries are continuing after a four-year-old girl from Mitcham died, and a 35-year-old woman was left with life-threatening injuries

The air ambulance and police were called yesterday afternoon to Monarch Road.

No arrests have been made, and officers aren’t currently looking for anyone else.

Police say a post-mortem will take place in due course.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Kings College in Wimbledon has confirmed it will open a Summer School for children who have been struggling over lockdown

The initiative will see year 10 students from a number of state schools in the borough take advantage of the facilities at the public school.

The 8-day programme will take place in August.

Peter Hatch, from KCS, says the summer school is very much an extension of the outreach work the school already does.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

Hundreds of people have voiced their concerns about anti-social behaviour in Richmond

They’ve joined in with the council’s first Community Conversation, held over Zoom.

It was hosted by the Leader of Richmond Council and representatives from Richmond police.

The main bone of contention is late night revellers at Twickenham Riverside who are accused of leaving litter, urinating and defecating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

A four year-old girl has died after she and a woman were found injured at a property in Mitcham

The 35 year-old is in hospital in a life-threatening condition after police were called to Monarch Road yesterday afternoon.

No arrests have been made and officers aren't currently looking for anyone else.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

Tuesday, 30 June 2020

In the Championship Brentford registered a big 3-nil win at Reading
The Bees are now only two points behind second placed West Bromwich Albion.

Fulham are still in the mix, their fourth after a 2-1 win over QPR in the London derby at Loftus Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:01 pm  

An operation to tackle drug supply and violent crime in west London has resulted in More than 120 arrests and the seizure of 300-thousand pounds cash

Between Tuesday the 23rd and Thursday the 25th of June, Met officers from the West Area Command Unit, including Hillingdon, Hounslow and Ealing. worked alongside police colleagues from British Transport Police, Thames Valley, Surrey and Hertfordshire during the three-day operation.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:54 pm  

Formula One racing team and supercar maker McLaren has secured a 150-million-pound loan from the National Bank of Bahrain

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic the Woking based company has seen sales plummet.

Twelve-hundred staff were made redundant in May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:01 pm  

Kew’s famous Temperate House will re-open to the public on Saturday

The charity’s gardens opened on the 1st of June, but some iconic structures, like the Victorian glasshouse, have remained closed.

These structures are home to botanical collections featuring over 50,000 plants.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 pm  

Roadside hedges take a hit to their health while protecting humans from air pollution

That’s according to a new study from the University of Surrey, which looked at leaves in Guildford.

They found that the traffic side takes a “continuous assault” as it shields humans from toxic particles.

Professor Prashant Kumar is advocating for the use of hedges as a barrier around schools and children’s play areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Police are searching for a man who indecently exposed himself to women in Esher and Cobham

The first incident took place on the 19th of May at around 4:30pm.

The victim was walking along Randolph Close in Cobham when she was followed by a man who then exposed himself to her.

The second incident took place yesterday at around 2pm in woods at Esher Common.

The man in question is described as a black man, around 6”2 and of medium build.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Richmond is not currently at risk of another lockdown

That’s the word from the Council which is condemning a report in today’s Daily Express newspaper.

They have published a report outlining 36 boroughs who are allegedly at risk of lockdown, placing Richmond on the list.

From the start of the pandemic in March to the 28th June, Richmond has seen a total of 418 confirmed cases and 145 deaths.

In the week leading up to the 28th June, there were only two confirmed cases.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:45 pm  

Wimbledon Brewery has had its distinctive Land Rover stolen

The iconic vehicle was last spotted in St George’s Road in Hanworth between 11pm last night and 7am this morning.

Anyone who may have seen it is asked to contact the team directly via [email protected] or over social media.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A person has died on the tracks at Salfords Station

British Transport Police were called just before 8.30am today, where the person was pronounced dead at the scene.

It’s not being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:18 pm  

Residents at a care home in Esher have raised over £1,100 to help those suffering financial hardship

The Rainbow Walk competition at Sunrise was originally started to encourage residents to walk laps of their garden.

Sophie Hagger, from the home, says “We are delighted we have been able to keep the atmosphere at the home so positive throughout lockdown”.

You can find a link to the fundraiser here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council spent over £12,000 trying to keep secret the name of a teen who tried to kill a child in the Tate Modern

The PA news agency reports that while he committed the crime two months before his 18th birthday, that protection later expired.

The authority has ordered a serious review into the incident, as he was under their care at the time.

Jonty Bravery, who has autism and a personality disorder, was sentenced to at least 15 years in prison.

He told onlookers that social services were to blame for the act.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A 50p coin has sold for over £63,000, despite not being incredibly rare

The Battle of Hastings coin has a scarcity rating of 2/100, according to Change Checker, with 6m of them in people’s pockets.

Other Hastings 50ps have gone for £3-10, but one went for £7,000 in 2017.

The rarest 50p features Kew Gardens, with just 210,000 in circulation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 pm  

A man has pleaded guilty to racially aggravated disorderly behaviour in Ewell

42-year-old Damian Dolor has been released on bail, but will have to wear an electronic tag pending sentencing in August.

A helicopter, armed police, and dogs were called to Gatley Avenue on Friday evening, where the man was seen with a knife.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

That’s as a legal challenge against the introduction of the congestion charge for minicabs in London will be heard at the High Court later

The Independent Workers Union of Great Britain says the new rule indirectly discriminates against drivers - 94 percent of whom are from BAME backgrounds.

Earlier this month, the fee increased by 30 percent to 15 pounds per day.

Jason Moyer-Lee, from the group, says it's unacceptable.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

Pupils at five schools in Hammersmith and Fulham have been recruited as “Covid-19 Warriors”

sKIDS is a pioneering nationwide testing programme which hopes to help scientists further understand the virus.

Children and staff will be tested to see if they can pass the virus on without symptoms and also whether they go on to develop immunity.

The schools involved are Addison, St Mary’s RC, Norman Croft, Melcombe and Avonmore.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

Dozens of young people have been seen “tombstoning ” from Teddington Lock

That’s according to the RNLI, which is warning of the dangers of the practice.

Tombstoning is when somebody jumps into the sea or water from a height, staying straight and vertical.

There is a risk of serious injury especially to the spine and the shock of jumping into cold water can also kill in seconds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

Two 14 year old boys have been attacked in a robbery in Langley Vale.

The victims were playing badminton at The Warren Rec when they were approached by two suspects.

The men began verbally abusing them before punching one of the victims in the head and running off with his headphones.

The headphones were later returned after a member of the public intervened.

Details of the attack on the evening of May the 27th have only just been released.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 29 June 2020

Three people have been charged with offences linked to an unlicensed music event in Brixton on Wednesday.

2 men have been charged with violent disorder while a third has been charged with assault on an emergency services worker.

All three are due to appear at Croydon Magistrates court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Three people have been charged with offences linked to an unlicensed music event in Brixton on Wednesday.

2 men have been charged with violent disorder while a third has been charged with assault on an emergency services worker.

All three are due to appear at Croydon Magistrates court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Work to a key cycle route into central Croydon has started today.

The work on London Road is part of the Croydon Streetspace initiative, introducing a segregated cycle lane and a 20mph limit.

Croydon Council has received a £300,000 grant from TfL to create cycle lanes between St James’s Road and Thornton Heath Pond.

Streetspace is designed to incentivise cyclists and pedestrians to get out and exercise safely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson hopes injury problems won't hamper their push for European football.

They can move level on points with 7th placed Tottenham with a win over Burnley in the Premier League tonight.

Hodgson says it's vital his key players stay fit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Wimbledon Tennis Club’s head pastry chef is baking non-stop to raise money for the struggling National Marine Aquarium

The conservation and exhibition centre in Plymouth is struggling financially because of the pandemic.

Rebecca Marshman Rondeau started making a variety of delicious things at 8am this morning and will be continuing until 8am tomorrow.

She’s donating what she makes from her own kitchen in Stoneleigh to some of London and Surrey’s most deserving people:



You can find a link to her crowdfunding page here



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:50 pm  

The Duchess of Cambridge has narrated a video to mark what would have been the opening day of Wimbledon, telling tennis fans it will be “worth the wait”

Kate, who is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, urged supporters of the championships to bide their time until they are back on the edges of their seats.

The video released on social media features archive images of players and supporters at Wimbledon throughout the decades.

The 134th tournament will instead be staged from June 28th to July 11th 2021.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 pm  

Labour have set out plans to support the mental health of 3 million NHS and care staff in England

It includes a 24/7 national hotline they can call, with follow up support and fast-tracked help.

It’s spearheaded by Tooting MP and Shadow Mental Health Secretary Dr Rosena-Allin Khan.

She says many NHS and social care staff have been scared of going to work, and they’ve faced “death and despair every day for over three months”.

The proposals have been backed by the GMB union.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A man has been jailed for two and a half years after pleading guilty to dangerous driving in Hounslow


44 year old Mina Limbu died after being hit by a car as she crossed the A4 in April 2018.

27 year old Harry Hopkins was handed the prison sentence when he appeared at Isleworth Crown Court earlier.

He has also been disqualified from driving for three years and must take an extended driving test before being allowed to drive again.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:43 pm  

A third man has been charged with murder following a fatal shooting in North Cheam

34 year old Gary Hayde from Cheam appeared in court earlier and was remanded until Wednesday when he’ll appear at the Old Bailey.

25 year old Kyle Kelson was shot dead in Brocks Drive in the early hours of June the 19th.

Two other men have also been charged with murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

An Inquiry has started into historic abuse at a Lambeth Council run children’s care home in Croydon

The Shirley Oaks scandal is widely recognised as one of the worst in British history.

The hearing is part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse and is being held in Southwark.

The Inquiry has so far heard how children were systematically abused by paedophiles who targeted jobs in the care system.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

A man from West London has been charged with terrorism offences

25 year old Amine Matthew Sabrane Conroy is due in court today.

He’s charged with a number of offences including publishing information which is likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Westbrook Primary School in Heston is closed for the rest of the week due to a burst water main

The school says the “the school has been seriously damaged,” but the full extent isn’t yet known.

Reception and Year 5 were due to return today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

The Swan Sanctuary in Shepperton says an attack on a swan in East London may be a misunderstanding.

An investigation is underway to find a woman captured on CCTV appearing to kick two swans in the Thames at Limehouse.

But witnesses have apparently come forward to say that she was trying to separate the pair because they were fighting.

This is something the Swan Sanctuary supports, saying a territorial swan fight had taken place.

A man also ended up in the water after seemingly going to help and being pushed in by an on-looker.

The Met Police has confirmed enquiries are on-going.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

Surrey Police have been referred to the watchdog, after a baton round was used to restrain a man in Ewell

The force arrested two men on suspicion of racially aggravated threatening behaviour.

One was taken to hospital with bruising on his stomach.

While the injury doesn’t meet the conditions for mandatory referral, they voluntarily submitted themselves in the interests of transparency.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Tooting’s MP is warning unlicensed music events in the area are helping to spread the coronavirus

Rosena Allin Khan, who also works as an A&E doctor, tweeted the warning after police stepped in to end an unlicensed rave last night on Tooting Bec Common.

Uniformed officers also used dispersal zones to give them extra powers to end a second unlicensed event on Clapham Common.

Elsewhere, four people have been charged after a rave in Brixton on Wednesday, that resulted in 27 police officers being injured after it turned violent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

The head pastry chef at Wimbledon Tennis Club is baking non-stop for twenty-four hours to help save the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth



Rebecca Marshman Rondeau is also donating all the sweet treats she’s producing from her kitchen in Stoneleigh, to the NHS.

Rebecca started at 8am this morning and won’t stop until 8am tomorrow.

The National Marine Aquarium is struggling financially because of the pandemic.

Rebecca wanted to help them out because of the important role they play in conservation, education and research.

You can find a link to her crowdfunding page here.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 am  

Dan Evans has cemented his place as the UK's number one after winning the Battle of the Brits tennis tournament

He secured a straight sets victory over Kyle Edmund in the final at Roehampton.

Meanwhile, Andy Murray says he's okay after pulling out of the third place play-off because of a sore shin.

Cameron Norrie won the match, beating James Ward 6-3, 7-5.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Sunday, 28 June 2020

Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision in Sutton between a motorcyclist and a car.

Officers were called around two fifteen this afternoon to St Dunstan’s Hill, near to the junction of A232 and Sears Park.

The motorcyclist was taken to hospital where he later died. The driver of the car stopped at the scene and no arrests have been made.

Anyone who witnessed this incident is asked to call Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:51 pm  

Teddington FC has been awarded nearly £10,000 of lottery funding to support it from losses due to Covid-19.

Sport England has stepped up to support the beleaguered sports and physical activity sector.

The grant to TAFC is part of a £20 million Community Emergency Fund to help those keeping the nation active.

It will help to ensure the club is in a stable financial position ready for the return of grassroots football.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

The company that manufactures the likes of Marmite, is moving into Kingston.

Unilever is moving five offices from across the South East into Surrey House in the town centre.

The consumer goods giant owns over 400 brands and also has a management training centre in New Malden.

Plans will be submitted for two interconnecting office buildings and a significant number of affordable residential units.

Kingston Council has issued a statement saying;

“This is excellent news for Kingston, and Kingston town centre in particular. Unilever has been part of Kingston’s business community for many years and their investment emphasises the strength of the town’s offer for employers and their employees. We are very much looking forward to seeing their plans evolve.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

Police have used a baton round on a man from Ewell.

Officers arrested two men after the incident in Gatley Avenue last night which saw road closures and the use of the helicopter, dogs and armed police.

42-year-old Damian Dolor from Epsom was reported to have threatened others with a knife.

The man who was hit with a baton round was taken to hospital with bruising to his stomach and was later discharged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 pm  

British number one, Dan Evans, has been crowned ‘Battle of the Brits’ tennis champion in Roehampton.

Evans beat Andy Murray in his semi-final and has just dispatched British number 2, Kyle Edmund, 6-3 6-2 to lift the trophy.

Evans completed his straight sets win in just over an hour at the National Tennis Centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 pm  

Two dispersal zones have been put in place in Clapham Common and Tooting Bec Common after police had to break up illegal raves there.

The zones allow officers to order people to leave an area and not return for 48 hours.

The Home Secretary, Priti Patel’s asked people to stop attending mass gatherings or risk a devastating second wave of coronavirus.

Ms Patel added that " violent behaviour is simply unacceptable", and that more resources would be made available to the police if needed.

20 Police officers were injured after breaking up a party in Brixton on Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

The destination of a new state of the art hospital for Surrey will be decided this week by the county’s health leaders.

They meet online on Friday.

They’ll decide whether to locate the new specialist emergency care facility on the Epsom, St Helier or Sutton hospital sites.

Their preferred location is Sutton, next to The Royal Marsden.

A public consultation on the matter ran from January to April.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Andy Murray has chosen not to take part in the third-place play-off at the Battle of the Brits tennis tournament in Roehampton.

The former world number one was due to face Cameron Norrie but has withdrawn after four matches in five days - his first competitive appearances since November.

James Ward has taken Murray's place in the play-off, ahead of British number one Dan Evans facing Kyle Edmund in the final.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

An appeal has gone out to young people in Richmond and Twickenham, asking them to write a letter to elderly residents in carte homes. Richmond Council says it hopes the scheme, which it’s calling LovThroughTheLetterbox, will help older people feel more connected and revive the lost art of letter-writing among the young. The council says either words or a picture will do. All letters dropped off at the civic centre on York Street in Twickenham will be distributed among the borough’s 48 care homes.

An appeal has gone out to young people in Richmond and Twickenham, asking them to write a letter to elderly residents in care homes.

Richmond Council says it hopes the scheme, which it’s calling LovThroughTheLetterbox, will help older people feel more connected and revive the lost art of letter-writing among the young.

The council says either words or a picture will do.

All letters dropped off at the civic centre on York Street in Twickenham will be distributed among the borough’s 48 care homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 am  

Plans to redevelop a 1930s housing estate on the edge of Epsom Common will be debated next month.

Plans to redevelop a 1930s housing estate on the edge of Epsom Common will be debated next month.

If approved the plans would mean 23 new homes being built on the Wells Estate, with 40 per cent classed as affordable housing.

There would also be a children’s play area and a community hall managed by residents.

The decision, to be taken on July 9th, will be the culmination of five years of public consultation between the residents and Epsom and Ewell Council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

The MP for Tooting has thanked the Metropolitan police for taking extra powers last night to break up an unlicensed music event

The MP for Tooting has thanked the Metropolitan police for taking extra powers last night to break up an unlicensed music event.

In a tweet Rosena Allin Khan said that at a time when 50,000 people had died from Covid-19 the event, on Tooting bec Common, could only help spread the virus.

Uniformed officers set up dispersal zones last night, which gave them extra powers to break-up the event, along with another on Clapham Common, which they said had caused
considerable disruption.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

A man has been charged by police investigating a public order incident last Friday at Gatley Avenue in Ewell

A man has been charged by police investigating a public order incident last Friday at Gatley Avenue in Ewell,

Damien Dolor, who’s 42 and from Epsom, was charged with racially-aggravating threatening behaviour.

He’s been remanded to appear at the magistrates court.

A second man in his 30 was released without charge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

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