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Saturday 23 July 2022

The prospect of more electric vehicles on the roads has led Hounslow Council to launch a six-week public consultation

Council leaders are seeking views from residents and drivers on a range of issues, including the siting of 2,000 charging points across the borough by 2026.

The government plans to phase out the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2030.

Further details are available from the Hounslow council website. The consultation lasts until the 11th of September.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:58 pm  

Burnley defender Ben Mee has become Brentford’s fourth major summer signing ahead of the new Premier League season

The 32-yer-old joins Hull Forward Keane Lewis-Potter, Bologna defender Aaron Hickey and Albanian keeper Thomas Strakosha as the Bees new signings.

Meanwhile Crystal Palace are close to signing Chris Richards from Bayern Munich.

And Swiss defender Kevin Mbabu has had a medical at Fulham ahead of a move from Wolfsburg.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:21 pm  

Elmbridge council is drawing up contingency plans in case two one day strikes, called by refuse workers, go ahead

The walkouts over pay are due to take place on August 1st and 19th and involve GMB union members employed by the contractor Joint Waste Solutions.

Ashley Tilling, the Lib-Dem councillor in charge of environmental services said it wasn’t clear what form strike action would take.

Bin staff at Surrey Heath council are also due to strike. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:47 pm  

A water-safety event is being planned at Teddington Lock on Monday

 Members of the Teddington lifeboat team and the London Fire Brigade will be offering advice to young people on the dangers of swimming in The Thames.

 Tributes were paid last week to 14 year-old Brian Sasu who lost his life in the river at nearby Hampton on the hottest day of the year.

 Brian was one of at least five people to die in open water during the recent heatwave.

 Monday’s meeting at Teddington Lock takes place bwteeen 4 and 7pm.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Plans to install a new walkway over The River Thames beneath Barnes Railway bridge have been delayed


 The main span has been loaded onto a pontoon at Tilbuuy docks but a technical fault delayed it being floated upriver to Barnes on last night’s high tide.

 It’s now expected to make the journey on Tuesday when it’ll be settled onto foundations already laid across the river.

 The walkway will connect the towpath beneath Barnes bridge with Dukes Meadow on the Chiswick side.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

Sutton Council is seeking the views of parents and carers of young people with special educational needs, through its parent forum

 They hope to collect views via a survey that will then shape the way ahead when the current service contract for the forum ends this year.

 Local families are being asked to highlight what services work well and where changes and improvements need to be made.

 There will then be in-depth discussions over the summer on how to shape a new service.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 pm  

An historic football tournament is taking place in Tolworth this weekend.

Corinthian Casuals will play host to Budapesti AK, Sheffield FC and Hilltop FC in the Egri Erbstein Tournament. 

It’s in memory of the Hungarian Holocaust survivor and football coach who died in a plane crash in 1946. 

Dominic Bliss is a Corinthian Casuals community member.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 am  

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel claims they have unfinished business in this summer’s transfer market.
The German says he wants to bring in at least two more defenders.

He told us they can’t afford to be overtaken by their premier league rivals.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal crash on the A4 at Cromwell Road near the junction of Warwick Road last night.

Emergency services were called at just after 11pm after reports of a collision between a car and a motorbike.

The motorcyclist, a man in his twenties, died at the scene.

The driver of the car did not stop but was arrested a short time later on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Richmond Park’s MP says she has struggled to liaise with London Mayor Sadiq Khan over his plans for the ULEZ extension.
Lib Dem Sarah Olney says she’s worried not enough people know enough about the scheme which is due to expand next year.  

Residents in the new zone could be charged £4,500 a year to take their car off their driveway if it doesn’t comply with the new rules.  
We have contacted The Mayor of London’s office multiple times with no reply so far. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

The owner of a Fulham bar who broke Covid rules numerous times has been forced to pay out £26,000.

Jack’s Café & Bar in Wandsworth Bridge Road was stripped of its licence in July 2020.

It’s after residents complained to Hammersmith and Fulham Council that it was ignoring lockdown rules.

The authority repeatedly gave advice and issued warnings, and even issued a prohibition notice to the owner, Vincenzo Defeo.

But this was ignored and he was taken to court where was personally fined £5,225 plus an additional £6,750 in costs.

The company itself was fined £6,750 and £6,756 in costs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

The Sutton Library of Things is now open.

Drills, pressure washers, lawn mowers, and even ice cream makers are now available to rent from Sutton Central Library.

They’re available from periods of one day to two weeks.

Councillor Barry Lewis says “Whether you’re on a budget, short on space or trying to go greener, the Library of Things is a great option”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Friday 22 July 2022

Ben Mee is now a Bee and no longer at Burnley.

Ben Mee is now a Bee and no longer at Burnley.

Brentford have signed the former captain of the Clarets on a free transfer.

The defender has agreed a two-year contract.

Brentford boss Thomas Frank says he'll "add a lot of quality and experience" to his squad.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Rugby union's governing body will vote next week on rules around transgender athletes.

A recommendation's been made only those assigned female at birth can play in the women's game.

Twickenham based RFU says it received more than 11,000 responses to a game-wide survey of its gender participation policy review.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:57 pm  

Richmond Council has become the UK’s 25th “Fair Tax Council.”

The Fair Tax Declaration is made up of authorities who believe they can and should stand up for responsible tax conduct.

They also promote the Fair Tax Mark accreditation scheme, which recognises businesses that pay the right amount of corporation tax.

Richmond joins 24 other authorities  including Lambeth, Greenwich and Southwark.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Hounslow Council says it’s taking a ‘hands-on' approach to removing weeds from the borough’s verges and roadside.

It’s reducing herbicide chemical sprays on public green spaces in favour of more environmentally-friendly alternatives.  

The council says while this greener alternative is great for wildlife, it means getting rid of more invasive species may take a bit longer.   

These include Japanese Knotweed and Giant Hogweed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A former Metropolitan Police officer who was found to possess extreme pornography and indecent images of children after detectives searched his house has been sentenced.

Detectives in Wandsworth launched an investigation after former PC Swaleh Chaudhry was seen filming a woman as she was getting changed in a clothes shop in South Side Shopping Centre in Wandsworth. He was off duty at the time.

Police were called to the shop just before 5pm on Wednesday, the 30th of March and 36 year old Chaudhry, who at the time was attached to the Met’s Taskforce, was arrested at the scene and immediately suspended from duty.

He has since resigned.

Chaudhry appeared in custody at Kingston Crown Court this morning where he was sentenced to 10 months' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months. 

He was also given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

He had previously pleaded guilty to:

  • one count of voyeurism;
  • one count of possession of extreme pornography;
  • three counts of making an indecent image of a child.

A misconduct hearing was held on the 31st of May when gross misconduct was found proven against Chaudhry and the panel ruled that he would have been dismissed without notice had he not resigned.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 pm  

Merton Council is helping to create the world’s first Low Emission Zone for construction.

It’s based at Merton Industrial Estate, which used to be home to Wimbledon Tyres but is in the process of being demolished. 

Plant machinery used at the site needs to meet strict air quality rules.

If a piece fails an inspection, it can be removed from the site until it’s made compliant.

It’s hoped similar construction sites will be rolled out across the country.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A boy's been found guilty of the manslaughter of a 15-year-old, who was stabbed as he was walking to school in Hayes.

Police say Jalan Woods-Bell (pictured) was unarmed and tried to defend himself with a traffic cone when he was attacked with a Rambo-style knife.

The 16-year-old, who's too young for us to name, claimed he attacked Jalan in self-defence in June last year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

A father and son have been injured in a hit-and-run in Esher

The pair, on their bikes, were in collision with a silver car on Portsmouth Road on Sunday, between 1 and 2 pm.

They required hospital treatment, but their injuries are described as non-life threatening.

Anyone with information should call police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

A dispersal order is in place at Teddington Lock this weekend following the death of a boy in the Thames on Monday.

It gives a police officers powers to disperse groups of two or more people if they are behaving in an intimidating or alarming way.

The order launched at midday today and runs until midday on Sunday. 

The zone also includes Richmond Riverside to Richmond Green and town centre, including Twickenham Riverside. 

Police have the powers to ask people to leave the dispersal area and not return for up to 48 hours.

Richmond Council's leader, Gareth Roberts issued a stark warning on Tuesday to people thinking of swimming in the Thames not to do it.

He cited cold water shock and items that are buried in the river bed, including shopping trolleys, as reasons to avoid the river. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

A summer strike by British Airways staff at Heathrow has been called off.

The GMB union says 75% of workers have backed a new pay deal.

It was threatening industrial action after a 10% pay cut imposed during the pandemic wasn't reinstated.

Staff will now receive an 8% increase, a one-off bonus and the reinstatement of shift pay.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:57 pm  

Campaigns to become the next Conservative leader are now well under way, with a focus on the economy

Candidate, Liz Truss is pushing ahead with pledges to cut taxes.

While rival Rishi Sunak's claiming he stopped the UK going into another Covid lockdown last December.

A poll's suggesting the foreign secretary is the current favourite among Tory members to win.

But Labour Croydon Central MP Sarah Jones says she's not convinced by either of them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Three bronze swords have been stolen from a war memorial in Mitcham

It’s unclear when they were taken, and the Met Police has closed the investigation on the basis of a lack of information. 

Mitcham Cricket Green says that’s “disappointing”. 

The memorial was originally funded by the public, and options are being explored for a replacement.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:45 am  

A woman will appear in court today following a stabbing in Mortlake

27-year-old Blaze Wallace has been charged with the murder of 34-year-old Samuel Mayo. 

Emergency crews were called to Lower Richmond Road on Monday at around 10pm. 

It’s believed the two are known to each other.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:58 am  

A special ceremony is taking place at Croydon’s famous BRIT School this morning

The site, which boasts alumni including Amy Winehouse and Adele, is celebrating its 30th anniversary. 

The School’s Principal, Stuart Worden, feels its success is down to the support it receives. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

Investigations are continuing after a man died in New Malden yesterday

The pedestrian was in collision with a skip lorry in Malden Road just after 3pm and passed away at the scene. 

The driver of the lorry stopped and there have been no arrests. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 am  

Rishi Sunak claims he flew back from a work trip to stop another Covid lockdown, last December

The former Chancellor - now campaigning to be Prime Minister - says the UK was 'hours away' from a news conference announcing new measures, when he stepped in.

He was the favourite among MPs during five rounds of Tory leadership votes - but a poll suggests Conservative members seem to prefer Liz Truss.

Business Secretary and Spelthorne MP Kwasi Kwarteng explains why he's backing her.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 am  

Thursday 21 July 2022

A second “Match for Mum” will take place at Imber Court in East Molesey on Sunday.

The football game is in memory of Sue Martin, who had been battling a rare form of bone marrow leukaemia since October 2019.

But she unexpectedly died of sepsis at the age of 63 in December 2020. 

Sue’s son Stephen says ultimately, the event is to raise awareness of the deadly blood poisoning condition. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 pm  

There are calls for a zebra crossing to be installed on Balham High Road.

The area’s MP, Marsha De Cordova, and councillor Jo Rigby, spoke to businesses about what they want for the area.

They apparently said that in order for customers to access them more easily, they want a place for people to safely cross the road.

The pair say that they’ve had initial talks with TfL, which has been “positive”.

We’ve contacted TfL for further comment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Ashtead’s level crossing is to be closed for another round of night time works.

Track replacement will take place between August the 5th and 8th. 

The crossing will be closed from 11pm to 6am on Friday and Saturdays and 10pm to 5am on Sundays. 

Residents will get free parking in the station car park while the work is ongoing.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 pm  

A primary school in Walton has won nearly £1,000 after cutting down on its waste.

Grovelands Primary is going to spend the money on an outdoor area to help children learn about sustainability.

Teacher Jill Chappells says “many of our children don’t have access to a garden of their own”, so she’s excited for them to start growing vegetables.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

A number of young people have been safeguarded after police broke up a drug dealing operation in Hounslow.

Two premises were found in a block of flats which appeared to linked to drug dealing, weapons, and child sexual exploitation.

One of the properties had a full closure order imposed upon it on July the 1st, and another had a partial order to protect a vulnerable man.

For the next three months, police are going to work with the vulnerable man to assist him.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

South Western Railway has today published its business plan for 2022/23, setting out how the company will meet post-pandemic demands while still delivering improvements for customers.

The plan sets out in detail what the company expects to achieve this year in eight key areas: customer and communities, accessibility, train service operation, environment and sustainability, leadership, management and resourcing, collaboration, people and workforce, and revenue.  

Notable commitments set out in SWR’s 2022/3 business plan include:

  • Rolling out live train occupancy information on the class 444, 450 and 15X fleets
  • Boosting Wi-Fi provision across the fleet, introducing superfast connections in some locations
  • Delivering a comprehensive package of station improvements, including toilets, waiting rooms, benches and anti-trespass measures
  • A package of station accessibility improvements including installing induction loops, accessible toilet and additional wide aisle gatelines
  • Developing plans to achieve net zero
  • Signing up to the Armed Forces Covenant
  • Appointing a fraud investigation team to crack down on digital, electronic or systemic fraud

Under its National Rail Contract, SWR receives a fixed fee from the Department for Transport to deliver an annual business plan against an agreed annual budget. The operator has the opportunity to earn additional fees based on stretching targets that incentivise excellent performance for customers and the taxpayer.

SWR’s business plan comes at a challenging time for the rail industry, with customer numbers still below pre-Covid levels and the taxpayer continuing to heavily subsidise the railway to provide vital connections for customers and communities.

Over the past twelve weeks, SWR has seen its overall customer journeys stabilise at 70% of pre-Covid levels. While off peak travel has returned strongly to 100% of pre-Covid trips, commuters have been slower to return making just 53% of the peak journeys they did before the pandemic.

In light of these figures and the ongoing cost challenge facing the rail industry, SWR, Network Rail and the Department for Transport have decided to defer the timetable changes set out in the December 2022 consultation.

Instead, SWR will continue with its current service levels in December, with a limited number of targeted interventions to optimise services where demand has returned quickest. SWR and Network Rail will continue to monitor customer behaviour and act with agility to meet increased demand, subject to funding being agreed with the Department for Transport.

Commenting, SWR’s Managing Director, Claire Mann said:

“The Covid pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we work, play and travel, and the long-term future of the railway depends on it adapting to the new normal.

“Our new business plan does just this, striking the right balance between reducing the cost to taxpayers, who have subsidised the railway to the tune of £16 billion since the start of the pandemic, and delivering the improvements our customers want to see.

“Alongside our business plan, we have made the joint decision with the Department for Transport and Network Rail to defer our planned December 2022 timetable changes. While we know this will come as a disappointment to some of our customers, we cannot justify spending taxpayers’ money on a further timetable uplift while the number of commuter journeys sit at around 50% of pre-pandemic levels.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

A man has died following an accident in New Malden

Police were called at 3.07pm to reports of a collision in Malden Road near to The Fountain Roundabout. 

Officers, London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance attended.

A male pedestrian had been in collision with a lorry.

Despite the efforts of medics at the scene, he was pronounced dead at 3.30pm. 

Enquiries are underway to identify the male and notify his next of kin.

The driver of the vehicle stopped at the scene and there have been no arrests.

Anyone who witnessed this incident or has dash-cam footage should call police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 4799/21JUL.

To remain 100% anonymous call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Regulators are warning airlines to tackle cancellations or face action

It follows months of disruption at airports including Heathrow which have struggled to recruit staff to deal with rising passenger numbers.

The key concerns outlined in the letter from the Competition and Markets Authority and the Civil Aviation Authority include airlines selling more tickets than they can supply.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Police have charged three people in connection with a protest on a gantry over the #M25 yesterday.

Just Stop Oil activists set up camp between junctions 14 for Heathrow and 15 for the M4.

They will next appear at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court tomorrow. 

The Met has  charged 289 people for blocking roads policed by the service in autumn 2021. 

Of those, 135 have so far pleaded guilty.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Teddington Weir Island is closed off to the public because of anti social behaviour.


Barriers have been put up by the Environment Agency and police have issued a warning not to trespass.

There’s no word on when it will be open again.

Photo credit: MPS Teddington. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Waste collection teams in Elmbridge say they’ll take strike action lasting almost 3 weeks next month.

Amey employees working on the waste collection and street cleaning services have given notice.

The action is scheduled to take place from Monday, the 1st to Friday, the 19th.

Mole Valley crews were not involved in the ballot for strike action.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Free access to COVID tests will continue for frontline NHS staff in Wandsworth.

The council says its offer “coincides with a spike in Covid cases across the country.” 

It’s also designed to support frontline workers who are unable to access other Government schemes or cannot afford to pay for test kits. 

Venues including Roehampton and Tooting Libraries are pick up points while stocks last.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:52 pm  

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel believes they need a minimum of two more signings if they're to at least finish third in the Premier League again next season

Forward Raheem Sterling and defender Kalidou Koulibaly have already arrived at Stamford Bridge this summer.

Tuchel says they can't afford to leave it at that if they're to build a squad that's also capable of challenging Liverpool and Manchester City.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 pm  

Tooting Bec Common’s athletics track has been officially reopened after its £500,000 refurbishment

Work to replace the running surface began earlier this year. 

Other improvements include upgrades to the changing rooms and showers, better gym equipment and improved flooring and lighting. 

Herne Hill Harriers have used the site for 80 years to train sportsmen and women from grassroots level to Olympic standard.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Three men have been arrested after industrial premises were raided across the South-East, including in Feltham

On the 11th of July, the National Crime Agency intercepted 125 kilos of cocaine heading for Australia, worth around £20m. 

On Tuesday, they followed it up with raids, including at a place in South Ockenden where they found a generator with a hidden compartment. 

Branch Commander Lydia Broomfield says they’re disrupted a network which offered a “rare and highly sophisticated service”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Rishi Sunak says he'll "govern like a Thatcherite" if he becomes the next Prime Minister

The former Chancellor's Conservative leadership rival, Liz Truss, says she'll bring in an emergency budget to immediately cut taxes.

Over the next six weeks or so, they'll try to win support of Tory members - before the result on the 5th of September.

These Tory party members in Walton, which is Deputy PM Dominic Raab’s constituency, say they already have an idea of who they'll be voting for.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 am  

A doctor who works at hospitals across South West London has documented her experiences of the COVID pandemic in a new book

Dr Ellen Welch, who is co-chair of the UK Doctors’ Association, has released her memo “How the NHS coped with COVID-19.” 

All royalties from the book are going to mental health charity Mind. 

She hopes the collection of stories from frontline staff will act as a reminder of what happened. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 am  

Today's planned strike action by fuel workers at Heathrow Airport has been suspended - avoiding huge travel disruption as the summer holiday officially gets underway

Workers at Aviation Fuel Services were planning to walk out for three days in a row over pay.

The Unite union says it's now been put on hold following am "improved" wage offer by the company.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Wednesday 20 July 2022

A woman's been arrested after a Just Stop Oil protest between Heathrow and the M4 caused nine-mile tailbacks on the M25 in London.

The 22 year-old from the city has been arrested on suspicion of causing a danger to road users, causing a public nuisance, and for being a pedestrian on the motorway.

The activist was demanding the government does more to tackle climate change after the record-breaking heatwave.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

London Fire Brigade says yesterday was its busiest day since World War II.

A major incident was declared as temperatures hit a record 40.2 at Heathrow Airport. 

Multiple fires broke out across the capital including two simultaneous grass fires in Croydon. 

A number of homes in Wennington on the East London/Essex border were also destroyed by a large blaze.  

Vicar of the local Parish Church, Reverend Elise Peterson, says it's devastating for the small community:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

Lorraine Kelly and Gaby Roslin were among the mourners at the funeral of Dame Deborah James, which is being held St Mary’s Church in Barnes.

The podcast host and mother-of-two was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016 and died last month aged 40.

Known by her social media username Bowelbabe, she raised nearly 7-million pounds after announcing she'd stopped active treatment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A hospice in North Cheam has raised £6,000 from its latest fundraiser.

The St Raphael’s Lavender walk was conceived three years ago and takes place at Mayfield Lavender Farm in Banstead.

149 participants including young children walked the six-mile route this year. 

More than £33,000 has been raised by this specific event to date.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Up to 40 tennis courts are going to be fully refurbished around Merton, as the council invests in sports

They’re putting more than £1m in to building the borough’s sporting profile. 

The authority says they want to leverage the “heritage and achievement” of the Wimbledon Championships, AFC Wimbledon, and Mitcham Cricket Club. 

Wimbledon Park is going to have a sporting upgrade, and the council’s playing fields are also going to be improved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:17 pm  

Dame Deborah James's funeral will take place later

The podcast host from Barnes died last month at the age of 40, after being diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016.

Her friends and family are expected to attend the private service in her memory.

She's raised almost 7-and-a-half million pounds for research.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Environmental protesters have blocked parts of the M25, after yesterday’s heatwave

At Junction 11 for Chertsey and 10 at the Wisley Interchange, Just Stop Oil activists unfurled a sign saying “40ºC”. 

The group has warned motorists not to travel on the motorway until Friday, saying it’s a “site of civil resistance”. 

Surrey Police say they’re dealing with the demonstrators.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

An independent review has concluded severe flooding in parts of London last year were mainly caused by two “extraordinary storms”

Worcester Park and West Barnes were among the worst areas hit last July. 

The design standards of sewer systems and future flood systems came under scrutiny in the report. 

The London Flood Review, commissioned by Thames Water, advised better cross-party co-operation in the future and to learn from the past.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

The London Fire Brigade has been tackling a number of blazes across the city - with some needing "ongoing presence through the night" following Britain's hottest day ever yesterday

A major incident was declared.

A huge area of grass and residential buildings went ablaze in Wennington in Havering, with residents evacuated.

They're now waiting to find out the damage.

In Twickenham, around two hectares of trees and undergrowth were damaged in a fire at a golf course on Staines Road.

There were no reports of any injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Schools in Wimbledon and Barnes have been chosen to receive copies of a book co-written by actor, Angelina Jolie

Kings College and St Paul’s have taken receipt of “Know Your Rights and Claim Them”

The book explains children’s rights with the aim of empowering them with confidence and knowledge of the challenges ahead. 

The initiative is a joint venture between Amnesty International UK and the School Library Association funded by the Lightbulb Trust.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:33 am  

A motorcyclist has died after a collision in Streatham.

Emergency crews were called yesterday, just after 4.30pm, to Mitcham Lane. 

The 28-year-old died at the scene. 

The driver left the area before officers arrived, but returned to help police with their enquiries. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

The founder of a cat rescue centre in Worcester Park has been honoured with a prestigious award.

June Fraser, who founded Ginger Cat House Rescue 14 years ago, has received the British Citizen Award.

She is currently housing 20 permanent felines and is fostering 23. 

June says she was stunned to find out only 25 people in the UK receive this award annually.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday 19 July 2022

Two new staff lounges have opened at Hammersmith and Charing Cross hospitals.

They aim to offer a relaxing space where NHS workers can take a break, get refreshments, or meet with colleagues. 

Over £1.2m has been spent on the staff spaces programme in the last financial year by Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

A decision has also been made to continue with a new allocation of further funding for the next financial year. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Hounslow is cracking down on landlords who want to make changes to family homes.

People who want to convert a home into a place for three to six tenants will soon have to get planning permission from the council.

Councillor Tom Bruce says “many HMOs are having a detrimental impact on the community”.

It follows allegations of anti-social behaviour, fly-tipping, and noise.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Tony Blair apparently backed his transport secretary renting a flat in Clapham from a transport union at a knock-down price.

That’s what new documents from the National Archives at Kew are saying.

The Commons Standards and Privileges Committee said John Prescott hadn’t broken rules by failing to declare it.

The RMT Union later repossessed the flat in court after Mr Prescott ended his membership. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A woman in Worcester Park has been honoured for her work rescuing abandoned cats.

June Fraser received the British Citizen Award earlier this month.

She founded and runs The Ginger Cat House Rescue. 

June is concerned that the cost-of-living crisis is causing an influx in cats arriving at the centre. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Unite says Heathrow's facing a strike by refuellers this week after they rejected a revised pay offer.

The union's warning the three-day walkout by staff members at AFS would cause delays for hundreds of flights at Britain's busiest airport.

It's due to get underway from Thursday, through to Sunday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Five garden sheds have been destroyed in a fire in Ham.

The brigade took 42 calls to the blaze yesterday at around 5.15 in the evening.

Hedging, fencing, decking and guttering belonging to several properties were damaged, but there are no reports of any injuries.

The cause is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Firefighters are tackling two simultaneous grass fires in Croydon as the heatwave continues.

Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters are currently dealing with a fire in the woodlands on Oaks Road.

Another four fire engines are also dealing with a grass fire on Chapel View where around one hectare of woodland is alight.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:18 pm  

Police searching for a missing 14-year-old in the River Thames in Hampton have recovered a body from the water.

Officers believe it to be the boy, who was last seen near Richmond yesterday afternoon.

At least five people have died in open water since Saturday - experts want to continue to stress the importance of keeping safe in the heat.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

A property on an island in Sunbury has gone on sale for £1.8m.

It’s on Wheatley’s Eyot, next to a wildflower meadow, and has a path framed with bluebells that winds down to a private creek.

Estate Agent The Modern House says it has a separate annexe and studio, as well as a mooring on The Thames.

The garden has a fire pit and seating area, with a circle of seats made from logs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Over 2,500 people have signed a petition against the ULEZ expanding to Carshalton and Wallington.

The area’s Tory MP, Elliot Colburn, says the £200m budget should be spent on other clean air schemes.

TfL says expanding the Ultra Low Emissions Zone across greater London will aim to reduce harmful gases by 30%.

It also says all money from it will be reinvested into the network.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A man has been stabbed to death in Mortlake.

Emergency services were called to Lower Richmond Road just before 10 o’clock last night. 

The 34 year old was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital, where he died about 30 minutes later.

No arrests have been made at this time. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A search and rescue for a boy missing in the Thames at Hampton has now turned into a recovery operation.

The 14 year old, who has not been named, is reported to have entered the water at Tagg's Head Island yesterday evening.

Searches were carried out by police, ambulance and fire crews, along with members of the public.

His next of kin are being supported by specially trained officers. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Hounslow is apparently the most generous area in England and Wales

People in the borough give an average of £35, compared to a median salary of £26,800. 

The Charities Aid Foundation says they encourage people to keep giving, but donating to charity shops and volunteering also helps.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Richmond Council issues River Thames warning after boy drowns at Hampton.

Cllr Gareth Roberts, Leader of Richmond Council, has issued this warning to anyone thinking of swimming in the Thames: 

“We are incredibly saddened to hear about the tragic drowning of a young boy in the Thames in Hampton yesterday. Our thoughts are with his parents, family and friends. 

"I also want to give my huge thanks to the emergency services who launched a rescue operation yesterday. Unfortunately, that has now become a recovery operation and that is continuing today. 

“The Thames is a dangerous river. It is has a strong current, with houseboats in many areas, as well as moving river traffic, that pose dangers to anyone swimming in the river. It is full of debris including sharp metal, shopping trollies and other items that can cause serious risk to life if hit. There is also a risk of cold water shock, as parts of the Thames remain very cool even in this hot weather. 

“For many years, this Council, along with our neighbouring local authorities and partners including the RNLI, Port of London Authority, Environment Agency and Met Police have been warning residents of the dangers of swimming in the Thames.  

“Despite these stark warnings of the dangers, swimming in dangerous parts of the river has remained a problem in Richmond upon Thames, particularly at Teddington Lock. Here we have put in place mitigations, including Heras fencing and cactus spikes, to deter people from jumping into the river off the bridge. Despite our efforts, these are being removed and ripped off to allow access to the parapets. Unfortunately, it is usually young people and children who are gathering, jumping and swimming in these areas.  

“Richmond upon Thames has over 20 miles of Thames riverbank and 16 bridges. The river is a commercial river - we cannot put up barriers to stop swimming in all areas, and the Council and the emergency services cannot be in all places at all times to disperse gatherings and keep swimmers out of the water.  

“Equally, we know that parents cannot have eyes on their children at all times, so education about the dangers of the river is the most important thing. I would urge parents to fully understand the risks and make sure their children know that they are putting their lives in danger every time they jump or swim in the Thames. The RNLI has water safety information on their website. 

“There are many safe ways to enjoy the river, such as through local water sports providers, rowing clubs or boating companies. All have stringent health and safety in place, including trained guides and coaches. 

“It is heart-breaking that we have reached the point where a young boy has lost his life and a family have lost their son. If there is one thing to come out of this tragedy, I hope it is that people will finally realise the true dangers of this river and do what they can to make sure this never happens again.” 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

The Department for Transport has apparently confirmed it isn’t planning to change the overall night flight quota at Heathrow

The update has come from Richmond Park MP, Sarah Olney after she followed the matter up with ministers. 

She wrote to the department following reports that night time restrictions had been relaxed in order to help ease the flight backlog. 

Ms Olney says although she has been given reassurance, “delayed flights arriving in the small hours of the morning are still an issue”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

Emergency crews say there are no reports of any injuries, after a fire at St George’s Hospital in Tooting

The brigade were called just before 4.30 yesterday evening to the wing on Blackshaw Road. 

Part of a generator room on the lower ground floor was damaged. 

It’s believed to have been accidental and caused by heat coming from the generator.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

The founder of a wildlife hospital in Leatherhead has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer

Simon Cowell has been the face of TV show Wildlife SOS for 16 years, which focuses on his charity Wildlife Aid Foundation. 

Ever the animal advocate, Simon is now asking that supporters donate money so his dream of a new rehab centre at the site can be realised. 

Speaking to us before his diagnosis, Simon explained why the £5 million centre is much needed. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:28 am  

The clean up operation is continuing on Kingston Hill following yesterday’s burst water main

A 30 inch diameter trunk pipe ruptured leading to mass flooding; with engineers saying they’ve now isolated the damaged section. 

A sinkhole, which residents claim is 3 meters deep, has now opened up beneath the hill and pavement. 

Thames Water says closures will remain in place while repair works are carried out, which could take around two weeks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 am  

A 14-year-old boy is missing and it’s presumed he’s died, after he went swimming in the Thames in Hampton

Emergency crews were called to near Taggs Island at around 4.40 yesterday evening, and searched for around two hours but couldn’t find him. 

Assistant Commissioner Charlie Pugsley says “please don’t go into open water during this heatwave”. 

He adds that it’s colder than you’d expect, even during the summer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

Monday 18 July 2022

A driver has been arrested for drink driving in Wisley

Numerous members of the public reported someone swerving across all lanes of the M25 then the A3.

The driver stopped at Wisley services and was detained by the public until officers arrived.

The driver provided a positive breath alcohol reading three times the legal limit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:58 pm  

Police are hunting for a man with connections to Leatherhead

41 year old David Ward-Gough is wanted on recall to prison.

He is described as a white, around 5ft 10 with short black hair.

He also has links to Reigate and Lambeth.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

Firefighters have been tackling a blaze at a block of flats in Battersea this lunchtime

The Brigade was called to a fire on a balcony in Bridges Court road just after 12:30pm.

Twenty people left the building before the brigade arrived and a woman suffering from smoke inhalation was treated at the scene.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Members of a violent criminal gang who carried out robberies on wealthy victims in Surrey have been jailed for more than 100 years.

Police closed in on them after jewellery of national importance worth £3.5million was stolen during a raid at a Nottinghamshire gallery.

In January 2020, a former international footballer and his family were tied up by masked intruders who had forced their way into their home.

Ashley Cumberpatch, Kurtis Dilks, Andrew MacDonald, Tevfik Guccuk, Sercan Evsin and Christopher Yorke have all been convicted.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A warning is going out to dog owners walking their pets in Bushy Park.

It’s after a dog was taken ill earlier while cooling off in the river there. 

A vet believes a build-up in algae due to the hot weather may be to blame; no word has been given on the dog’s condition.  

Some types of blue-green algae can kill a dog just 15 minutes to an hour after drinking contaminated water.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Business secretary and MP for Spelthorne Kwasi Kwarteng's been defending Liz Truss' decision to withdraw from tomorrow's TV debate between Conservative Party leadership candidates.

Sky News has cancelled the event after the foreign secretary and Rishi Sunak pulled out.

It's understood senior Tories are worried previous debates appeared to be just slanging matches - and have damaged the party's reputation.

Another ballot of Conservative MPs today will further reduce the field of contenders.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Police will be able to tell groups of people to leave Ashtead Common until around 6pm tonight.

The dispersal order was authorised following reports of anti-social behaviour.

Any groups of two or more can be asked to leave if they’re committing ASB, or if police believe they may.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

London Fire Brigade’s urging people to dispose of their rubbish correctly after a grass fire in Feltham.

40 firefighters tackled the blaze on Dudley Road yesterday afternoon.

Around two hectares of grass was damaged by the fire which received 25 999 calls.

There were no reports of any injuries.

Rubbish, especially glass and cigarettes, need to be properly disposed of as these can cause grass fires, especially in this hot weather.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

People are being encouraged to stay hydrated and out of the sun as the Met Office warns of "brutal" temperatures

Lucy Mayer is at the Thames near Ham House

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 pm  

Update from Thames Water following burst water main in Kingston Hill

Ten fire engines and 70 firefighters are on scene trying to stem the flow of water.

The rupture, outside The Albert pub, was reported at 8.44am and a number of road closure are in place. 

A Thames Water spokesperson said: “We’re aware of a burst pipe on Kingston Hill and our engineers are on site to stop the flow of water. We’re sorry for any disruption this is causing for customers, particularly during the heatwave and we’re doing all we can to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.”

Thames Water also says that because the trunk pipe does not supply properties, residents should not be experiencing water issues. The pipe is 30 inches in diameter and the road will need to be fully closed while repairs are carried out. 

LFB Station Commander Sacha Clement said:

“Firefighters worked quickly in hot conditions to divert water away from properties and reduce the damage. The 30 inch main has been shut off and the water is receding. However, surrounding roads will be closed for some time to come."

Pictured: Queen's Road captured by @wearehandbuilt

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

A police presence has been kept up around a park in Staines, after an unexploded bomb was found there

At around 11.30 on Saturday morning, the ordinance was discovered, then safely detonated in Laleham Park. 

However, there were concerns there was residual substance from the device in the area around the detonation site. 

A cordon is in place and police say they’re working with the teams involved and Spelthorne Council.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

Thames Water say they’re “working hard to limit the impact” of a burst water main in Kingston

People in the KT2 area are experiencing low water or low pressure due to the incident on Kingston Hill.

The damage occurred at around 8.45 this morning, and Thames Water say teams are “on their way”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 am  

A special information evening is being held in Twickenham tonight for Ukrainian refugees and their hosts

The drop-in session will allow for 1-to-1 conversations with representatives from a range of Richmond Council services. 

Topics up for discussion include visas, housing support and education access. 

More than 400 Ukrainians have moved into the borough since the start of the war with Russia.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

Recycling collections started at 5am instead of 7am in Hounslow today

The change of times was made to help crews cope with the extreme weather conditions. 

The times will remain the same for tomorrow’s collections. 

Residents are being urged to make sure their bins are ready at the new time. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Chelsea defender Ben Chilwell says a place in England's World Cup squad has provided motivation for him to hit the ground running this season

He suffered a serious injury ruling him out for much of last term.

But the full-back says he's worked hard to get back in time for his club's Premier League opener next month.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 am  

As the UK prepares to mark its hottest day on record, a skin cancer survivor from Chessington is urging people to stay out of the sun

Natasha Illingworth was just 23 when she was diagnosed with stage 2 Melanoma in 2017. 

Although she is now clear of the disease, she says it came as a shock because she has never been a “sun worshipper.” 

 Natasha has joined forces with cancer Research UK and Nivea to offer the following advice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 am  

London Gymkhana have remained top of the Surrey Cricket League, despite a decisive loss this weekend

They were beaten by 73 runs by Wandsworth. 

After a tense match earlier in the season, where Balham and Tooting won against Spencer Sharks 260-257, the two went at it again. 

This time, B&T won by a more conclusive four wickets.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 am  

Sunday 17 July 2022

Hammersmith and Fulham Council is slamming proposed cuts to Transport for London bus services.

The operator says it has been told by the government to cut services after revenues collapsed during Covid.

As a result, a number of routes are now threatened with closure or severe reductions in service including night buses.

A consultation on the route changes is live on TfL’s website.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:31 pm  

Two people have been taken to hospital after a serious crash just close to Heathrow.

It thought the crash happened at around 12.15 pm on the M4 just after junction 4 for Heathrow.

Two lanes were closed for a short time while emergency services including ambulance services and three fire engines.

The two people were taken to hospital with what’s thought to be minor injuries 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 pm  

A charity in Wimbledon is now able to expand its Covid grief support thanks to an increase in funding.

Wimbledon Guild offers talking therapies and counselling. 

Merton Council has provided £23,000 so it can offer evening sessions on certain days. 

The extended hours are specifically designed to help those who were bereaved by the pandemic. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

Kingston Council has brought new life to an area of Norbiton that was notorious for graffiti and fly-tipping.

The team painted the fences along Donkey Alley between Dickerage Lane and Fleetwood Road in Norbiton last week.

Made up of council’s rangers and Kickstart apprentices, they removed rubbish and painted over graffiti to allow residents to enjoy the area.

The council also has plans to install CCTV on the alley in the coming weeks, which will further deter anti-social behaviour and littering.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:28 pm  

A Conservative MP's denying claims leadership candidate Kemi Badenoch is unqualified - saying she's done "some big jobs and done them well".

The former equalities minister who was born in Wimbledon is down to the final five in the running for Tory leader, and Prime Minister.

Her campaign manager Lee Rowley says she's committed to a "slimmer state".

Meanwhile former Tory Leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith is backing Liz Truss 

The remaining hopefuls will face each other in a debate tonight - ahead of a vote tomorrow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

Dental patients and women in labour are to be given ‘green gas and air’ as part of a major first at St George’s Hospital in Tooting

Nitrous oxide, regularly combined with oxygen to produce Entonox, provides sedation and pain relief.

But the gas has almost 300 times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide.

The new mobile nitrous oxide conversion unit at St George’s is the first in the UK to be trialled in a dental department.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 am  

Croydon Council is the latest authority encouraging residents to water trees around the borough as the heatwave continues

2,000 newly planted trees need to be regularly watered, requiring about 50 litres a week, for the first three years to become established.

Anyone who might have the young plants outside their homes or on their street is being asked to help water them.

Croydon’s partnered with Trees For Streets which aims to plant more than 250,000 of the plants nationwide over the next 10 years.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 am  

The Government is publishing a new aviation charter this morning to inform air passengers of their rights

The document, described as a one-stop-shop, follows the cancellation of thousands of flights this summer at Heathrow.

The charter outlines what passengers can expect if confronted by flight delays and cancellations.

It’s also intended to help disabled passengers assert their rights after some wheelchair users had to wait several hours after landing to disembark.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

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