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Saturday 8 August 2020

A wildfire that broke out across Chobham Common has been declared a major incident, as more than 100 people have been evacuated.

A wildfire that broke out across Chobham Common has been declared a major incident, as more than 100 people have been evacuated.

The blaze was reported shortly after 12.30pm on Friday 7 August and continues to burn for a second day.

A spokesperson for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service says that firefighters are expected to remain at the scene throughout the weekend.

The Rose Ladies Series Grand Final at Wentworth Golf Club has been cancelled until further notice due to the ongoing fire risk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 pm  

A teenager who was charged with attempted murder after stabbing a seventeen-year-old boy in Woking has pleaded not guilty.

The offence took place last month in Arnold Road, Sheerater.

Iman Ahmed appeared via video link at Guildford Crown Court on Friday.

He will remain in custody until the start of his trial in January 2021.

The trial is estimated to last between five and seven days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A man has escaped from a psychiatric intensive care hospital in Roehampton.

Jamie Khan broke free from Huntercombe Hospital while on an escorted walk with his carer.

He is described as slimly built with brown hair and long facial hair on his chin.

He was last seen wearing a green hooded jumper over a grey jumper, white Nike trainers and a grey baseball cap.

Anyone who sees him is advised not to approach him, but to call 999 immediately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A volunteer group in Kingston has sewn more than 35,000 items for frontline workers over lockdown.

The community initiative, Sewing4Kingston, delivers masks, sets of scrubs and cannula covers and hats for premature babies to hospitals across South West London.

The group is made up of women of a variety of ages, both local to Kingston and from further afield.

A number of donations have also been given to the group from local companies in Kingston, such as Gina’s Bridal Services and Claire’s Accessories.

Photographs of Sewing4Kingston’s products can be found on their Facebook page.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

New figures reveal that schools in Surrey excluded pupils for racist bullying eighty-two times between 2018 and 2019.

That’s up from 74 in the previous academic year.

Owen Jones, head of education anti-racism campaign Hope Not Hate, called the figures ‘worrying’.

He said instances of racist abuse were most common in rural and coastal schools, which have mostly white populations.

However, Jones believes that schools are starting to clamp down on the behaviour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A teenager who was charged with attempted murder after stabbing a seventeen-year-old boy in Woking, has pleaded not guilty.

Iman Ahmed appeared via video link at Guildford Crown Court on Friday.

He will remain in custody until the start of his trial in January 2021.

The trial is estimated to last between five and seven days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

A teenager who was charged with attempted murder after stabbing a seventeen-year-old boy in Woking, has pleaded not guilty.

Iman Ahmed appeared via video link at Guildford Crown Court on Friday.

He will remain in custody until the start of his trial in January 2021.

The trial is estimated to last between five and seven days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Pride in Surrey is taking place today and tomorrow in Woking.

A large parade starting at Kingston County Hall will lead towards Wheatsheaf Common today, in support of the #morepride campaign.

The colourful vehicle is travelling around all eleven districts in the county, while residents are encouraged to decorate their houses in pride colours.

Surrey locals are welcome to go out and see the Pride on the Road, provided they maintain social distancing rules.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Wildlife Aid Foundation in Leatherhead has been shortlisted for a charity “Oscar.”

It has been shortlisted in the Charity with the Best Social Media Presence category of the 2020 Charity Times Awards.

It’ll go head to head with national charities including Cats Protection League and Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Wildlife Aid has over 15,000 Twitter followers and a growing army of over 10,500 Instagram fans.

The Awards will be held in a virtual ceremony on September the 3rd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Richmond is seeing an influx of rubbish dumped in its parks and open spaces.

The Council says it cleared triple the usual number of bags from bins and surrounding areas last weekend.

Some residents have also started coordinated litter picks to help keep the borough clean.

The council says the advice is clear; “where public bins are full, take your rubbish home with you.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Firefighters in Surrey are battling a huge wildfire that’s broken out in Chobham, destroying 150 acres of countryside

Yesterday Surrey Fire and Rescue Service sent 40 fire engines including two water carriers to fight the grass fire which started on Chobham Common.

Around 60 properties from Heather Drive in Ascot have been evacuated due to plumes of smoke in the air where firefighters have told families not to return home.

Reports say the blaze can be seen from more than 20 miles away in west London.

Firefighters are expected to be on the scene throughout the day as outside temperatures continue to rise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

A nursing expert at Kingston University has been recognised for her work helping other nurses from the BAME community

Judith Francois has been named a National Teaching Fellow by higher education charity, Advance HE.

She set up a programme to help Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic mental health nurses develop the skills to access more senior roles.

Her Harnessing BAME Mental Health Nurses' Talent Programme was also shortlisted for a Royal College of Nursing Institute award.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

The Mayor of London is to carry out his own consultation on controversial plans to redevelop the old Homebase site in Kew

It's after Richmond Council turned down an application by developers to build 385 homes in four tower blocks there.

The authority said the proposals didn't include enough affordable homes and the design was visually intrusive.

Residents have until September 3rd to have their say on the GLA's consultation led by London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

There was only one case of Coronavirus reported in Epsom and Ewell last week

That's according to MP Chris Grayling who is urging residents to stick to government rules on easing lockdown.

He also says that "Epsom Hospital now has virtually no patients with the virus."

Mr Grayling is reminding residents that it is mandatory to wear a mask in certain situations and to continue to social distance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard faces an injury headache ahead of tonight's Champions League last-16 second-leg.

He's without a number of key players as they look to overturn a 3-nil deficit away to Bayern Munich.

Lampard says some could be absent for a prolonged period.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

Free travel on London's transport for under-18s will be suspended after the October half-term

The plan to temporarily end free travel for 11 to 17-year-olds was a condition Transport for London's (TfL) £1.6bn lockdown bailout.

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has called on the government drop the plans.

Children aged 11-17 who live more than two miles from their school will still be entitled to Oyster cards allowing free travel, as well as children with special medical or educational needs.

Free travel for under-18s is expected to be re-introduced, though no date has been set.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

Acid attacks appear to be on the rise in Kingston

Met Police figures obtained by the Conservative Party have revealed there were 13 attacks in 2019 compared to 3 in 2015.

This makes Kingston the joint fifth worst borough in London for this type of crime.

The Conservatives are asking Kingston's Chief Superintendent Sally Benetar for urgent action to address the problem.

In the ten years from 2008 to 2018, acid attacks in London as a whole increased by 430% from 59 to 313.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

A designated room has been built inside Kingston Hospital’s A&E department for grieving families.

It has been funded by the Kingston Hospital Charity.

The “viewing room” gives relatives a dedicated, private space to spend some time with a loved one following their death.

Hospital bosses say that although the numbers of people who will use it will be small, the impact will be “significant.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

The developer chosen to build over a thousand homes in Wandsworth has pulled out.

The regeneration of the Alton Estate was due to be managed by Redrow, who now say that they will be scaling back operations in London.

They’re calling it a “challenge compounded by increasing costs and a two-tier planning system”.

Wandsworth Council Leader Ravi Govindia says they’ll be exploring other options, but it’s “deeply disappointing”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

A group of 13 people have raised nearly £3,000 for the Queen Elizabeth Foundation, in memory of a former colleague.

David Steel, from Epsom, worked and volunteered at the charity for two years, but died unexpectedly.

62-year-old Patrick Leaney headed up a team to do what would have been the RideLondon-Surrey route.

The Leatherhead-based QEF are currently running an appeal due to the impact of COVID-19, and have raised £126,000 of their £500,000 goal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Friday 7 August 2020

Kingston Hospital bosses are being praised for the way they’ve handled the Covid-19 pandemic.

A virtual meeting with the Care Quality Commission has revealed the site met all 11 assessment areas of inspection.

There were also no recommendations or suggested areas of improvement by the CQC.

The focus of the meeting was on infection prevention and control during the pandemic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A Met Police officer serving in South West London has been charged with controlling and coercive behaviour in an intimate relationship.

The offences are alleged to have occurred between March and September last year.

He will appear at Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court in October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Almost 40 creative organisations have benefitted from a specialist fund distributed in Croydon during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The council’s Cultural Relief Fund allowed these groups to continue operating during lock-down.

The £135,000 went to groups who weren’t eligible for other grants but couldn’t survive without help.

Those who have benefitted include Talawa Theatre Company and the award-winning Savvy Theatre Company.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

St Raphael’s Hospice in Cheam will be helping people write their wills.

A number of solicitors will be giving up their time for free to write or change a standard will, in exchange for a donation to the charity.

It’s part of Make Your Will Fortnight, from the 7th to the 20th of next month.

Anyone interested should get in touch with the hospice ahead of time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:27 pm  

Two men have been jailed for over four years following a burglary at a house in Walton last month.

24 year old Farhan Ahmed and 23 year old Louis Craze both pleaded guilty to burglary offences.

Officers were called to the property in Hersham Road at around 8pm on 4th of June following reports of a burglary in action.

The victim was at home alone when she heard shouting outside her door ordering the door to be kicked in.

She left her bedroom to find her home had been damaged with two men searching through her belongings.

By the time officers arrived at the address, both suspects had left.

Swift investigation led to the car the suspects were using being identified.

This lead to the identification of the two men with witnesses claiming to have seen them fleeing the area, one of which had an injured hand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

This year's London Marathon will only involve elite athletes, sparking fears charities will be facing massive holes in their budgets

45-thousand runners who help raise money for good causes won't be able to take part in October because of coronavirus concerns.

Last year's race raised more than £66 million.

Chief executive of the Hammersmith-based Eve Appeal charity, Athena Lamnisos, says it's another big blow to their finances:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 pm  

Libraries in Teddington and Twickenham are upping their game in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic

Enhanced services on offer include additional click and collect and use of computers for 45 minutes per customer per day.

Books can also be browsed online and reserved for collection using an outside queuing system for added safety.

All books will be quarantined for 72 hours before being lent out again in order to get people reading again.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:19 pm  

The parents of Charlie Gard have welcomed a baby boy three years after the 11 month old died

Connie and Chris from Bedfont have told the Daily Mail their new baby son is “perfectly healthy.”

Little Charlie died after a long fight against a rare disease called mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome.

His parents had fought for permission to take him to the US for medical treatment but he was taken off life support and died.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:46 pm  

It's been the hottest August day since 2003 with temperatures reaching 36.4 celsius at Heathrow Airport and Kew Gardens.

A heat health warning's been issued across the south and east of the UK, with the sweltering conditions expected to last through the weekend.

The coastguard says it's responded to dozens of calls and has urged people to stay safe on the beach.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

Temperatures at Heathrow could top last Friday’s 100 degrees

The South East of the country is expected to see its hottest August day for over a decade and the hottest day of the year so far.

Health advice includes shutting curtains to keep the heat out and keeping hydrated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Today is International Cat Day

New research carried out by Natusan released to mark the event, has revealed 38% of pet owners say the Coronavirus pandemic has made them appreciate their animals more than ever.

Dr Scott Miller is best known for his TV series “Vet on the Hill” which focuses on life in his busy practice in Richmond.

He's been chatting to Jackie's Emily Dexter about the importance of having furry friends.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Police will be cracking down on anti-social behaviour in Teddington Lock this weekend

From 4pm, the force can ask people to leave the area, to prevent youths jumping into the water from the bridges.

The beach and the islands will be closed to the public entirely.

Richmond Council Leader Gareth Roberts says this.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Thousands of BA cabin crew will find out today if they are to be made redundant

The Heathrow based airline announced the cost-saving move in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.

It says more than 6,000 staff across the business have applied for voluntary redundancy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

As the temperature soars, Jackie's Lucy Mayer is on call with RNLI Teddington which is urging us to #respectthewater and #floattolive

It’s the time of year when Londoners flock to the banks of the River Thames to enjoy the hot weather.

It’s also a time when the RNLI appeals to people to adhere to its key messages “respect the water” and “float to live.”

Tim James and Gianna Saccomani are volunteers at Teddington Lifeboat Station.

They've been chatting to Jackie's Lucy Mayer about the dangers of the river, what to do if you get into trouble, and how you can help keep the historic charity afloat in these uncertain times.

To find out more about the work done by the RNLI, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 am  

Another record may be set later for the hottest day of the year.

London and the south east of England are expected to see the highest temperatures, but northern areas will also hit the low 30s.

In South-West London, the high will be around 37 degrees.

The top high for 2020, of 37.8 degrees Celsius, was recorded at Heathrow a week ago.

Forecaster at the Met Office, Craig Snell, says it's rare for it to be this hot two weeks running.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 am  

Wandsworth Council is to start inspecting residents’ front gardens to make sure they aren’t posing a Coronavirus risk

The authority says households which allow greenery to encroach onto pavements make it more difficult for pedestrians to social distance.

People are being asked to to prune and cut back any overhanging vegetation.

Inspectors will write to homeowners, and if the work isn’t carried out within a reasonable time, the authority will do it and bill the owner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

One man is in hospital and another man is missing after a collision in Weybridge

The two cars collided on Byfleet Road at around 4.30 yesterday afternoon.

Despite extensive searches, police say one of the drivers is missing, a white man not wearing a top and possibly with an injury to his face.

If you have any information, contact police on 101, or crimestoppers to remain anonymous.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Thursday 6 August 2020

People across South West London and Surrey are being urged to consider the RNLI in their will

It costs £180 million a year to keep the charity’s 238 lifeboat stations running, with no Government funding.

Gianna Saccomani is a volunteer with Teddington RNLI.

She explains why it really is the 4th emergency service, especially for people living near the Thames:

To find out more head to
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

An investigation’s been launched after shots were fired in Streatham

Police were called to Gaywood Close in the early hours of yesterday.

There were no reported injuries, but the outside of a residential property was damaged.

Trident detectives from the Specialist Crime Command are investigating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Police are investigating after a man was racially abused by five men in Epsom

The force has just released details of the “unprovoked and extremely unpleasant” incident in the early hours of last Wednesday.

The group smashed the window of The Faraday Pub, and shouted at the man at his flat window.

The men are described as black, and around 18-19 years of age.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A 24 year old motorcyclist involved in a collision in Carshalton has died

Police were called to Wrythe Lane late last night.

The driver of the van, believed to be aged in his 30s, was arrested on suspicion of drink driving and causing death by dangerous driving.

He remains in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 pm  

451 possible crimes are currently being investigated in Reigate and Banstead

But last month, there were just 59 investigations that lead to a charge, summons, or similar.

The most prevalent was drugs, with 18 cases, followed by 6 cases of violent crime in a public place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Police investigating a shooting in Croydon are asking for dashcam footage

Officers were called to London Road in the early hours of Saturday.

A man was found with gunshot injuries and was taken to hospital where his condition was assessed as non-life threatening.

A short time later, the emergency services were called to a collision between two cars in Morland Road.

The occupants of one of the vehicles, a black Astra, left the scene without providing details.

The three occupants of the other vehicle suffered minor injuries.

Enquiries are ongoing to establish whether the incidents are related.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:33 pm  

History fans will get the chance to take a virtual behind the scenes tour of Hampton Court Palace tonight

Curators Lucy Worsley and Tracy Borman will be discussing the private lives of the Tudors.

All money raised from the event will go back to Historic Royal Palaces.

The charity is facing a £95 million funding shortfall this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:29 pm  

An elderly woman has had her gold necklace snatched from her neck in Epsom

She was walking along Firswood Avenue on Tuesday afternoon when she saw a man sitting on the roundabout, who ran up and grabbed it from her.

It’s described as a gold small link necklace with a square sacred heart medal and a plain gold ring.

The woman was not injured in the incident.

Police have released a CCTV image in connection with it, which you can find below:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:57 pm  

People across South West London are being asked to consider volunteering for the RNLI

The country’s two busiest stations are both in London at Tower and Chiswick.

Gianna Saccomani volunteers at nearby Teddington, where there are currently 24 people donating their time on a regular basis.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

NHS trusts around the country are teaming up to reduce ethnic inequalities in mental health care

Among the thirty people to have signed the pledge at launch is Vanessa Ford, acting CEO of South-West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS trust.

It’s pushing for fundamental changes in access, experience and outcomes.

Mrs Ford says “ we have a real opportunity to do something different here”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A man who stabbed a mother while she was pushing her pram in Streatham has plead guilty to attempted murder

The Standard reports that 44-year-old Mark Brazant has a history of schizophrenia, and had a history of attacking lone women for no reason.

He attacked the woman on the 30th of December, after he went missing upon his release from prison on Christmas Eve.

The woman is still having treatment for scars.

He’ll be sentenced at a later date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 am  

Premier League clubs are expected to decide today, whether they'll be able to make five substitutions in the upcoming season

The number of changes allowed was increased from three during the back-end of the last campaign because of the heavy fixture schedule caused by the coronavirus shutdown.

Chelsea is one of the clubs pushing for the rule according to The Times, while Aston Villa and Burnley are fighting against it.

A return of fans to stadiums will also be discussed at the AGM later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 am  

Surrey’s top police officer is welcoming a report that’s revealed the cost of rural crime in the South East region has risen by 0.6%

The figures, released by NFU Mutual, are in comparison to an almost 9% increase nationally last year.

Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro says the lower figure in the South East is down to countryside crime being “actively targeted.”

Surrey’s Rural Crime Delivery Plan includes the deployment of specialist Wildlife and Rural Crime Officers by Surrey Police.

Mr Munro says the theft of high value items is often linked to serious and organised crime networks and has a large impact on countryside communities.

The latest figures to March show a dip in rural crimes recorded in Surrey, coupled with a sustained increase in positive outcomes since December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:42 am  

Wednesday 5 August 2020

A fox has been rescued by lifeguard crews in Chiswick.

They were called around midday on Monday to reports of a “dog” in the water behind Sainsbury’s jetty.

When they got there, they saw it was in fact a fox, and was sitting in the lap of a kayaker in between the jetty and a 20ft high river wall.

The RSPCA say the animal is well and has been released into the wild.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

A number of Land Rovers have been found burnt out on Trump Green.

Runnymede Police are asking anyone who has seen anything suspicious in the past entire year around Lyne Road and Trumps Green Road.

They’re working with the land owner and environmental health division at the council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A company in Brentford that broke recycling law has paid to fund several thousand news trees on the other side of London.

EMC Computer Systems failed to register the packaging waste it produced for a number of years.

It’ll now be forced to pay nearly £9,000 to the charity Trees for Cities, with the proceeds contributing to a new woodland in Ilford.

Trees absorb carbon emissions, absorb air pollution, and provide a safe haven to thousands of species.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:31 pm  

A common insecticide used worldwide could be killing bumblebees.

Scientists at Royal Holloway University in Egham found that when larvae are exposed to Sulfoxaflor, there’s a 61% reduction in growth.

Dr Harry Siviter says that the regulations around insecticides do not adequately protect bees from harm.

Testing currently focuses on the effects of substances on healthy bees, however bees are commonly already infected with a variety of pathogens.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Over £27m worth of PPE has been donated to the UK from foreign governments, businesses and members of the public.

This relates to 53 million items of equipment between mid-April and the end of June.

In turn, UK businesses and members of the public received just over 32 million items.

Kingston MP Sir Ed Davey asked the government to reveal the amount received in donations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:03 pm  

Plans to build over 600 new homes on council land in Kensington and Chelsea are one step closer.

The first phase of the New Homes Programme has been approved by town hall planners.

The applications approved are for 97 new homes across four developments in the north of the borough.

The homes will be offered at various tenures, including 49 at social rent.

Planning applications for the stage two sites are expected to be submitted next spring.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:20 pm  

It’s thought “baby banks” in Englefield Green and Sunbury will benefit from a new project by the Duchess of Cambridge.

Kate visited Baby Basics UK in Sheffield yesterday.

The royal was spearheading a campaign to get 19 retailers and brands to donate 10,000 new items to around 40 banks across the UK.

Two of them are located in Surrey; Englefield Green and Sunbury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 pm  

Fashion chain M&Co is closing 47 stores and axing 380 jobs as part of a major restructuring.

The high-street chain says the move will secure its long-term future.

It has stores in Surbiton and Egham but it hasn’t yet announced which ones will close.

It hired Deloitte as administrators in April to look at ways to strengthen its position on high streets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

A new scam’s circulating promising duty free items as part of a stock clearance by British Airways.

Somebody claiming to be from the Heathrow-based airline pretends to have picked the recipient due to having the same last name.

Spelthorne Police are warning people not to click the link or reply.

If you believe you’ve fallen victim to a scam, contact your bank immediately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Low paid workers in Leatherhead town centre can now apply for a discounted parking permit.

Mole Valley Council’s announced the news for people commuting 2 miles or more and earning less than the National Living Wage.

They want to help the borough’s economy and ensure businesses retain staff.

Parking for visitors is also now free after 6pm and on Sundays.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

A new survey commissioned by the British Heart Foundation has found that charity shops are considered more important to society since the pandemic.

The findings reveal almost one in three (29%) see them as more important and that four in ten (40%) think being sustainable is more important than before.

With all its shops back up and running, the charity hopes to encourage more people into its shops over the coming weeks so they can continue funding life saving heart research.

400 shops opened this week including in New Malden and Surbiton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

Chelsea and Fulham MP Greg Hands is now one of only two MPs to represent two premier league football clubs

That honour is bestowed after Fulham secured an immediate return to the Premier League with a 2-1 victory over Brentford in the Championship play-off final last night.

The win guarantees the Londoners a financial windfall of 170 million pounds.

The other MP is Dan Carden at Liverpool Walton, which covers both Liverpool and Everton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

It seems summer holidays bookings to Greece are soaring in the wake of the new Spanish quarantine rules

Airlines including Tui have laid on extra services with some holiday companies reporting a surge in enquiries.

The country recorded 203 deaths during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Jackie presenter Nicola Richards is on the Greek island of Kefalonia; she says it’s definitely a different holiday experience this year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:37 am  

A swan has been injured in a dog attack in Chertsey, causing police to issue a warning to the owner

The force says that its key that owners understand that dogs will have an instinct to attack if not properly socialised.

The person in question must ensure the dog is under control, give the microchip details to the police, and keep it on a lead.

It’ll be reviewed in a year’s time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:57 am  

Thomas Frank has vowed Brentford will "come back stronger" after their 2-1 loss to Fulham at Wembley Stadium

It's the ninth time that the club have failed to win promotion through the play-offs.

Frank says he's sure they'll be battling at the top end of the Championship table next season.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:02 am  

Almost 23,000 people have been furloughed in Kingston during the Covid-19 pandemic

Now, a new service is due to launch in the borough that will provide support to those who have lost their jobs as a result.

Kingston Council is to purchase a Work Match service from Wandsworth Council.

The job brokerage scheme, which places job seekers with businesses free of charge, has so far helped 1,500 find employment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:03 am  

Several species of mammal in Surrey are in danger of becoming extinct

The Mammal Society has published its “red” danger list which includes the hedgehog, water vole and Hazel dormouse.

Leatherhead based Wildlife Aid Foundation has recently re-released 200 young hedgehogs into the wild.

The charity says these mammals have the breeding potential to add 35,000 animals to wild hedgehog populations within a decade.

But they say funding has “dried up” during lock-down and the only way more mammals can be reintegrated, is through donations.

It costs the charity £1,800 a day to operate its hospital and rescue service which is open 7 days-a-week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

The first “Women in Esports” scholarship has been announced by Roehampton University.

It’ll give the four recipients access to work placements and training in the field of professional sports video gaming.

It’s believed to the first of its kind in Europe.

Julia Cwierz received an all-gender Esports scholarship from the University two years ago, and now plays in tournaments.

She says it allowed her to improve her computer setup, and improve her skills through coaching sessions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday 4 August 2020

A man has been arrested after ramming police cars in Epsom Downs.

The 28-year-old from Sutton failed to stop for police on Saturday evening.

He hit two during the pursuit.

He was taken into custody for offences including theft of a motor vehicle, drink and drug driving, and dangerous driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Fulham have been promoted to the Premier League after beating Brentford 2-1 in the Championship play-off final.

Joe Bryan scored the two vital goals in extra time for Scott Parker's side - before Henrik Dalsgaard got a consolation in the last minute of added on time for Brentford.

The success marks a return to the top flight at the first time of asking for Fulham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:46 pm  

Hounslow Council is giving the borough’s tradesmen and women a massive boost.

Everybody from carpenters and scaffolders to electricians and plasterers are being urged to sign up to the London Tenders Portal.

The free service will allow traders in the borough to register for council-led building contracts.

They will automatically be alerted about upcoming developments where they can bid for work and be assessed on their suitability.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

The Championship play-off final between Brentford and Fulham is into extra time at Wembley.

A short time ago, the game was goalless.

Fulham boss Scott Parker has brought on the league's joint top scorer Aleksander Mitrovic - who missed the semi-final through injury.

The winner will secure a place in next season's Premier League.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:55 pm  

The UK's become the latest country to offer help and support to those affected by the blast in Beirut.

The MP for Esher and Walton Dominic Raab says his "thoughts are prayers are with those affected".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

It's goalless in the second half of tonight's Championship play-off final between Brentford and Fulham at Wembley.

Scott Parker's Fulham side have had the best opportunities so far - with Josh Onomah going closest.

The winner will secure a place in next season's Premier League - and receive an estimated 160-million-pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Testing air-passengers after five days could help to rejuvenate the travel industry.

That’s according to a Tony Blair’s think-tank, the Institute for Global Change.

It’s similar to what Heathrow have been pushing for, after earnings have plummeted due to worldwide lockdowns.

The institute are also calling on the government to release the criteria for travel corridor status, and clearer communication with passengers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Free catch up sessions are being offered to children across Surrey.

The Covid-19 pandemic forced schools up and down the country to close.

The Invicta Academy has been set up specially to deliver maths and English sessions for an hour a day, four days a week.

The free tutoring will be offered by qualified teachers online.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

People in Richmond who think they may have Coronavirus can get tested in Old Deer Park this month

A pop up centre will be available at the site on selected days to anyone who has symptoms of the virus.

These include a loss of smell or taste and a new, continuous cough.

The drive-in testing centre at Twickenham Stadium remains in place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Leisure centres in Kingston are to receive a bailout from the council

It’s projected that it’ll take 6-12 months for income to return to pre-pandemic levels in the sector.

Discussions as to the final terms of the deal are ongoing, and the authority aren’t revealing the total amount.

A report by the committee says that “intervention by the Council is essential to ensure that these vital leisure services can reopen safely.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:11 pm  

Fulham boss Scott Parker says his players are ready to seize the moment they've been waiting for.

They take on Brentford at Wembley tonight in the Championship play-off final, with the winner being promoted to the Premier League.

Parker knows his team have been prepared for a while.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

The richest game in football takes place this evening as Brentford and Fulham meet in the Championship play-off final.

The winner at Wembley will earn a place in the Premier League, and with it a windfall of around £160-million.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Richmond Canoe Club 2020: Paddle Camps this month

Paddle Camps at Richmond Canoe Club is running five-day beginners’ kayak and canoe courses for children aged 10 to 14.

The Club will run 90-minute sessions daily from Monday to Friday.

Courses will be conducted in boats, allowing for social distancing.

The courses are an introduction to the sport with children wearing buoyancy aids at all times, children should be comfortable in the water and able to swim at a basic level.

Contact [email protected] for more information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

Could you be a Fire Cadet or volunteer in Richmond?

Fire Cadets currently have spaces available for cadets and volunteers across the borough of Richmond.

If you're aged 14 to 17 and are looking for a fun, challenging, exciting way to gain new skills, the Fire Cadets could be a great new challenge for you.

London Fire Brigade says Fire Cadets is a great way for young people to have fun, make friends, gain a qualification and develop their skills and confidence.

To find out more, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

A campaign group for clean energy has thanked the Lib Dem MP for Richmond Park her for support in Parliament.

Sarah Olney backed “Power for People” during the proposal of a new “Local Electricity Bill.”

This would create a “Right to Local Supply” of electricity by new energy companies and not just nationally licensed utilities.

The hope is to stimulate the growth of community-owned clean energy companies whilst boosting jobs and the economy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:12 pm  

Giant white hearts are popping up in parks across Merton

It’s part of a campaign encouraging residents to enjoy the borough’s attractions to help them recover after the Coronavirus pandemic.

Discover Merton showcases green spaces and activities residents can enjoy on their doorsteps.

The borough has more than 100 open spaces ranging from large commons to nature reserves.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Hounslow Police releases video of van explosion in Feltham

A van containing gas cylinders caught fire in Ruskin Avenue just after 7am and exploded.

One man aged 58 suffered non-life changing burn injuries

A gas canister inside the vehicle is believed to have ruptured during the fire.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Two men from Epsom have been arrested after allegedly shining a laser pen onto a police helicopter

The team were using the helicopter to search for a missing person.

Police say it “caused concern to the pilot and crew and put the entire team at risk”.

A 20-year-old and a 32-year-old were taken into custody, and have been released under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Richmond Council's transport committee chair tells Jackie News why the Government needs to step up to save Hammersmith Bridge.

Hammersmith Bridge should not be permanently closed.

That’s the view of Richmond’s cabinet member for transport, Alexander Ehmann.

The Grade II listed bridge was closed suddenly to vehicles over a year ago after it was found to be structurally unsafe.

Repairs are estimated to cost over £140 million, with TfL already contributing £25 million to kick-start the project.

Cllr Ehmann says the Government should be stepping up financially, even though we’re in the middle of a very costly pandemic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Fulham manager Scott Parker will have top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic available for this evening's Championship play-off final with Brentford

The Serbian forward missed their last two games against Cardiff with a hamstring injury, but has returned to training and is available for selection.

Meanwhile, Brentford captain Pontus Jansson admits he's "gutted" there won't be any fans at Wembley.

The London rivals face off in the richest game in world football, with the winner gaining promotion to the Premier League.

Jansson says an empty stadium isn't ideal, but they're getting used to playing behind closed doors.

Fulham midfielder Harrison Reed believes the club's experience of winning at Wembley in the past, should benefit them.

They won promotion at the national stadium back in 2018.

Reed says that has given him confidence they can do it again tonight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:02 am  

Seven people have been arrested as part of a murder investigation, after a man was shot dead in Shepherd’s Bush

Two of them are from Hounslow, and a 16-year-old from Ealing is also in custody.

20-year-old Alexander Kareem was attacked in the early hours on the 8th of June.

Police released an image of a white Range Rover, and say they poured over hours of CCTV to find the route it took around the time of the murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Hammersmith Bridge should not be permanently closed

That’s the view of Richmond’s cabinet member for transport, Alexander Ehmann.

The Grade II listed bridge was closed suddenly to vehicles over a year ago after it was found to be structurally unsafe.

Repairs are estimated to cost over £140 million.

Cllr Ehmann says the Government should be stepping up financially, even though we’re in the middle of a very costly pandemic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 am  

A number of “rat runs” are to become no-go zones in Kingston

A number of residential streets, surrounded by major roads, are to be fitted with barriers to prevent drivers using them as short cuts.

These include the routes around Chessington Industrial Estate and Albert Road near the Cambridge Estate.

The changes will be implemented over the autumn.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

It looks like all Byron’s Burgers restaurants across South-West London will close

The chain is looking to close 31 outlets, which will result in the loss of 650 members of staff.

It had appointed administrators at the end of June.

The outlets including Kingston, Putney and Hammersmith are to go, with only six remaining across London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Monday 3 August 2020

Clinton Morrison thinks whoever loses tomorrow's Championship play-off final runs the risk of losing players ahead of the new campaign

Brentford and Fulham meet at Wembley - with the winner taking their place in next season's Premier League.

Morrison - who spent time on loan at Brentford during his career – says it’s an important match in many ways.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A man is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car in Croydon

The 30-year-old man was with a friend when they got into an argument with the driver, then they drove off in their van.

They saw the Mini Clubman was following them, and when they got out to confront him, he drove at them and crushed one of them against the van.

Police have just released details of the incident at around midnight on the 21st of July.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101, or contact Crimestoppers to stay anonymous.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A popular kiosk café in Kingston has been vanadalised for the second time

Canbury Secret in Canbury Gardens was targeted over the weekend, despite a police dispersal order being in place for the town centre.

Officers investigated the site, which is still open, but the owners are calling for more support from the council.

It’s not known exactly how much damage was caused.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

Merton Council is calling for an investigation in the proposed decision to downgrade St Helier hospital

The authority has written to the Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

It’s after NHS bosses agreed last month to locate a new specialist emergency care hospital next to the Royal Marsden in Sutton.

This means acute services such as A&E and maternity will be moved out of St Helier.

The council says the move will be a disadvantage to the most deprived residents in the hospital catchment area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

A man has been seriously injured in an attack over social distancing at the Cobham Services

While queuing for food at KFC at 11am yesterday, the male victim got into a dispute about social distancing with a woman.

She was accompanied by a young child and man, who then assaulted the victim, causing him to fall into a wall.

The suspect is described as 6ft 3 tall with a muscular build, tanned, bald or with short black hair, and was wearing a red t-shirt.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 pm  

We’re being encouraged to keep an eye out for signs of child abuse
Richmond Council have been issuing that advice, as kids being off school has meant they haven’t been able to report issues to teachers:

Contact your local council’s children’s services team if you have concerns.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:19 pm  

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says contingency proposals to lock down the M25 are “unacceptable"

The Sunday Times reported yesterday how the London Orbital could be used to seal off the capital if Covid-19 infections rise.

Mr Khan says he only learned of the news when he read it in the paper.

He’s now written to the Prime Minister to ask for clarification.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:58 pm  

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard fears for the health of his players because of the heavy fixture schedule

They face Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Saturday and if they fail to overturn a 3-nil deficit they'll have 35 days to wait before the new Premier League season starts on 12th September.

Lampard says that's not enough of a break:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

People who've recovered from coronavirus are being urged to donate blood plasma, to help prepare for a second wave

13-thousand donations have been made so far to help treat Covid-19 patients, but appointments have dropped by almost a half in the past month.

The NHS is especially looking for males to sign-up as they produce more antibodies than women.

People can donate at the NHS Blood Donor Centre in Tooting, next to St George’s Hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

A year-long campaign to encourage women to get fit before trying for a baby has been launched in Surrey

It’ll focus on a different aspect of health each month, and how to improve couple’s chances of conceiving and having a healthy baby.

Gemma Puckett from Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital says “there is a clear link between a mother’s health before pregnancy, the risks she is exposed to or exposes herself to, and her baby’s health”.

Information will be provided in a range of formats to support women who don’t speak English as their first language, and those from traveller backgrounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Kew Gardens is relaxing its ban on bicycles for one night only

It’s allowing visitors to use their bikes to explore the world-famous gardens at night on August the 13th.

Garden bosses say cyclists will be able to see highlights including the enchanted woodland from a completely different perspective.

Routes outside the gardens are currently in the process of being made more bicycle friendly to encourage people to use their cars less.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

St George’s Tooting has been recognised as one of the most supportive organisations of Britain’s Armed Forces

It’s one of just 127 employers to win gold at the Employer Recognition Scheme Awards.

The awards look at both the private and public sectors.

Winning organisations must provide ten extra paid days’ leave for Reservists alongside a number of other initiatives.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

A man has been arrested in Sutton after being apprehended by members of the public

Police were called to Village row on Friday, where a woman was found with a stab wound.

The man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

Police aren’t looking for anyone else in connection with the attack.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Sir David Attenborough and rapper Dave are collaborating for a TV special

The pair hope to "lift viewers' spirits" at a time of uncertainty, with a show featuring animals overcoming adversity.

Richmond resident Sir David's recorded the narration while the Brit and Mercury Award winner plays piano on the soundtrack.

Planet Earth: A Celebration will air this summer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

Bookham Youth Centre has been turned into Surrey’s new food distribution hub

The vacant site is being used to package parcels for people still shielding during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Food which would usually go to waste and landfill has been donated by producers, catering companies, hospitals and supermarkets.

The food hub used to be situated at the Spectrum in Guildford, but the leisure centre is now back in action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:24 am  

Sunday 2 August 2020

Kingston University has rolled out a mental fitness booster course for new students.

The four-week long course is designed to help give them a social bounce-back after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sessions will include tips on beating stress and boosting confidence.

They’ll be led by a mental fitness personal trainer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 pm  

Clinton Morrison thinks his former team-mate Ollie Watkins could be the difference in Tuesday's Championship play-off final.

It's a massive day for South-West London as Brentford face Fulham for a place in next season's Premier League.

Morrison played with Brentford's in form striker at Exeter and says he has what it takes to make it at the top level.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

People are being encouraged to take a staycation in Merton this summer.

The Council has painted giant white hearts in its parks as part of efforts to highlight the borough’s attractions.

They’re also drawing attention to Merton Abbey Mills, paddlesports at the Wimbledon Watersports Centre, and animals at Deen City Farm.

It’s all part of the council’s scheme to help the borough recover from lockdown.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:51 pm  

There will soon be more school options for children across Wandsworth.

It follows a £15 million investment in extra classroom places by the council.

Chestnut Grove Academy in Balham and St Cecilia’s in Southfields are both next in line to be expanded so they can admit more pupils.

An anticipated completion date for both schemes is late summer or autumn of next year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

Free cycling lessons have launched in Wandsworth to help get people get out on their bikes.

Road safety teams are offering socially distanced sessions for levels 2 and 3.

That means they are only suitable for adults and children who already know how to ride a bike.

The free sessions are open to anyone living, working or studying in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

Hounslow Council says the safety of residents is its primary concern after a man was stabbed to death at a party.

32-year-old Nathan Mitra was pronounced dead at the scene at Clements Court in the early hours of Thursday.

A spokesperson for the council says “we are shocked and saddened; our thoughts are with the family and friends of the victim.”

Housing officers are on site to provide extra support to residents and any witnesses are being asked to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 pm  

New figures show that children in Woking are more likely to be obese than any in any other area of Surrey.

22% of children aged 10 and 11 are considered obese, while a further 18% are overweight.

This means that nearly two in every five children are heavier than is considered healthy.

Several other wards in Surrey also exceed average rates of obese and overweight children.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

The University of Surrey has been selected as a testing site for the Covid-19 vaccine.

The team at Surrey want to recruit 40 volunteers aged 18-75.

Volunteers will receive two doses – an initial dose and then a booster four weeks later.

The vaccine uses synthetic strands of genetic code base on the virus’s genetic material.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Nearly 40 creative organisations have benefitted from Croydon council’s £135,000 Cultural Relief Fund, which was introduced in April.

The funding has provided help with programming and emergency funding to cover administrative costs.

Councillor Oliver Lewis said:
“By stepping up and offering this funding, we have been able ensure that our borough’s independent artists and freelancers are not forgotten.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

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