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Saturday, 24 April 2021

A couple from Addlestone are raffling off a “luxury converted” school bus home.

Lucy and Glen had it shipped over from New York in 2019, and it still contained uniform items, kids toys and sick notes.

They put a king size bed, bathroom, kitchen and even a little fireplace into it.

The couple are letting it go because they’ve bought a second one, but say they “can’t wait to meet the lucky new owner of our beautiful Skoolie!”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

England Women are Six Nation’s rugby union champions after beating France at the Twickenham Stoop.

They won 10-6 in the tournament’s first ever ‘winner takes all’ final.

It was 7-6 with 10 minutes left on the clock but Captain Emily Scarratt kicked a penalty to secure the trophy for the hosts with 60 seconds left on the clock.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:23 pm  

“Pop-up” blood donation centres are now opening in Croydon, Hounslow and Lambeth.

It’s part of a national study analysing the genes of people who’ve had coronavirus.

The NHS wants to find out why some people have had no symptoms, but some become seriously ill.

Home visits can be organised for those who don’t want to travel.

The scheme is particularly looking for Asian and Black people to take part.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 pm  

A man’s died in a house fire in Sutton.

Crews from Mitcham, Wimbledon and Sutton attended the fire in Glenthorne Gardens at 8.30 on Friday evening.

The man was pulled out of a first floor bedroom but was pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers are looking into how it started.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

A father of two has been killed over a parking dispute.

49-year-old Matthew Tester was said to have been "run over repeatedly" by a BMW driver in a Marks & Spencer car park in Walton-on-Thames.

A witness said the argument began over a vehicle being parked in relation to scaffolding completed by Tester's company, Sunbury Scaffolding Services.

Reports say there was a confrontation before one of a group of men got into his BMW and allegedly drover at Tester and another man.

A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

People can now to use their smartphone to pay for the train at Epsom

It's part of a two-year rollout by Govia Thameslink that will allow people to socially distance.

People will buy the tickets online or on their phone, then use a barcode at the ticket barriers.

eTicket sales have increased from a quarter of all sales pre-covid, to a third.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Two Harlequins players will set career milestones later when they face up to rivals London Irish.

Danny Care is set to become just the third player in history to play 300 games in the "Famous Quarters".

While Mike Brown will become the first player to reach 350 appearances for the Twickenham based club.

Both have been named to start in what is promising to be a closely fought "needle match" between the two London teams.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

A schoolboy is missing after falling off Tower Bridge into the River Thames.

Specialist officers from the City of London police are leading the search after the child fell into the river just after 8:00am on Tuesday.

The 13-year-old who attended Ark Globe Academy was on his way to school with a friend after getting off a bus at Tower Bridge.

City of London Police are currently treating it as a 'missing persons' incident'.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel hopes the distractions of the last week don't affect his players ahead of today's crucial Premier League match at West Ham.
They go to the London Stadium level on points with their opponents in fourth place in the table.
Tuchel knows the importance of this evening's derby clash, as they try to secure a Champions League spot for next season.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

Cancer researchers in Sutton are having to work through the night, as the pandemic restricts access to labs.

The Institute of Cancer Research is warning that tightened restrictions have limited laboratory research time.

The ICR says it's only able to keep going due to the "extraordinary efforts" of its scientists, and is appealing for funding and donations.

CEO Professor Paul Workman says, "cancer hasn't been waiting for us" to come out of lockdown, and money is needed to "make up lost ground".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Friday, 23 April 2021

Kidney transplants from deceased donors can improve patient’s quality of life just as much as those from living donors

Scientists at Royal Holloway University in Egham say the system means those getting a living-donor kidney tend to be younger and spent less time on dialysis.

They say this has skewed the data, and meant deceased donors have got a bad reputation.

Professor Chris Watson he hopes the study will “make a real difference” to how the outcomes of operations are evaluated.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

A man is still being questioned on suspicion of murder after an incident left another man dead in Walton yesterday.

Police were called to Church Street at around 2.15pm following reports a car had been driven into a pedestrian.

A man in his 40s was pronounced dead at the scene, while a second man was airlifted to hospital but is expected to recover.

The owner of the vehicle was arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

A fire at a furniture workshop in Wallington is believed to have been started by a discarded cigarette.

Crews were called yesterday just before 11pm to Harcourt Road.

The blaze started at the rear of the property in some rubbish, and spread to the fencing and then the building.

The brigade says “it’s absolutely vital” that cigarettes are completely out once you’re finished with them.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

Two toads have been rescued from a fire in Bushy Park

Crews were called yesterday just after 1pm, where a log was on fire.

It’s believed it was caused by a cigarette end.

A picture shows one man with an axe while two firefighters inspect the smouldered logs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

A man who tried to impersonate a famous MMA fighter has been sentenced to 2 years and 9 months behind bars

Mark Nye, 34 from Stanwell pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs; driving whilst disqualified and without insurance.

He was stopped by officers in Stanwell on 11th February and was detained after trying to discard class A drugs and the two mobile phones he had on him.

Mark gave officers false details upon being stopped, telling officers his name was ‘Connor’. 

He also had several hundred business cards which he used to front his drug dealing with the name ‘Mcgregor Enterprise’ written on the front and ‘Best drops in Surrey’ on the back.

Officers analysed his phones and found hundreds of messages in relation to his drug dealing activity.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A man has suffered serious injuries in an incident involving an e-scooter in Morden

Police were called to reports of a man lying injured in Love Lane in the early hours of yesterday.

But when they arrived at the scene, they couldn’t locate the victim.

A man was later taken to hospital with serious injuries and police now want anyone with dashcam footage to come forward. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Mobile Covid testing teams are out in Kingston today

 The Government wants people to carry out twice weekly home testing  in order to move out of lockdown fully. 

Testing buses will be in the Hook Centre today and Piper Hall near the Cambridge Estate tomorrow.

You can be tested on site or collect a home testing kit to take away.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:44 pm  

Police have formally identified a man killed in Walton yesterday as Matthew Tester, known locally as Tik, aged 49, from Walton

A man is still being questioned on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.

Police were called to Church Street at around 2.15pm following reports a car had been driven into a pedestrian.

The victim his 40s was pronounced dead at the scene, while a second man was airlifted to hospital but is expected to recover.

The owner of the vehicle was arrested and remains in police custody.

Police are particularly interested in speaking to anyone who may have seen a white 1 series BMW in the area during the immediate period beforehand or afterwards.

It left from the scene on Church Street at around 2pm, driving towards the High Street. 

Anyone with dashcam footage or any information is urged to contact Surrey Police or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

A man from New Malden has been jailed for over three years for a string of driving offences across Surrey

27 year old Joe Smith pleaded guilty to charges including causing serious injury by driving while disqualified.

The first incident, in March last year, triggered a police pursuit through Leatherhead and Epsom.

A police car was rammed before a car was found abandoned.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

A man is still being questioned on suspicion of murder after an incident left another man dead in Walton yesterday

Police were called to Church Street at around 2.15pm following reports a car had been driven into a pedestrian.

A man in his 40s was pronounced dead at the scene, while a second man was airlifted to hospital but is expected to recover.

The owner of the vehicle was arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A man has been arrested on suspicion of chopping down trees across Elmbridge and Spelthorne

The 24-year-old from Weybridge was found with several chainsaws and wood chippings.

Police were first alerted on the 21st of March, after a number of trees had been cut down overnight.

Over the next month, this kept happening, with some left across the road.

Inspector Bert Dean says it’s an “encouraging development” and they will “continue to piece together” the evidence they have.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

39 former subpostmasters have been able to clear their names - including a woman from West Byfleet

 Thirty-nine former subpostmasters who were convicted of theft, fraud and false accounting because of the Post Office's defective Horizon accounting system have had their names cleared by the Court of Appeal.

42 sub-postmasters and postmistresses were originally found guilty after a flawed Horizon computer system in branches said there was cash missing.

They've spent years trying to clear their names.

Seema Misra from a branch in West Byfleet was pregnant with her second child when she was jailed for 15 months in 2010:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 am  

A man apparently in a £400 hoodie is being hunted by police, after a schoolchild’s bike was stolen in Teddington



On Wednesday, just before midday, the suspect is seen at Turing House School around the bike sheds.

The hoodie is black with white cross arrows on the back.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Fans could have a greater say in how their clubs are run following the failed attempt to set up a European Super League

That's among the proposals which will be considered in a government review of English football.

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson led Fulham to the Europa League final in 2010.

He says every side should feel like they can feature on the biggest stage.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

One man is dead and another is seriously injured after an altercation in Walton

Police were called to Church Street yesterday afternoon around 2.15, where one man had apparently deliberately driven at two other men.

A man in his 40s was pronounced dead at the scene, while a second man was airlifted to hospital but is expected to recover.

The owner of the vehicle has been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder, and the force is not seeking anyone else.

Detective Chief Inspector Dave Springett said: “We understand that a serious incident like this has caused a lot of concern in the local community and we would like to reassure residents that we are doing everything we can to establish what has happened.

“From our initial enquiries, it appears that an altercation has taken place, leading to a physical confrontation, which then resulted in one of the group getting into his car and driving at two of the other men.

“Tragically, this has resulted in the death of one man and left another seriously injured and our thoughts are with their family and friends at this extremely difficult time.”

DCI Springett continued: “To assist the investigation, I would encourage anyone who has any information, particularly anyone who witnessed the incident, or anyone who has any mobile phone or dashcam footage, to come forward, quoting incident reference PR/P21083894.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 am  

Young people are to help improve St George’s Hospital in Tooting

The Children and Young People’s Council is made up of nine kids between 10 and 16, who have received or are receiving care.

They’ll be giving their opinion on everything, from interview questions for new staff, to how wards are designed.

11-year-old Issy says “watch this space!” and Josei says he wants to use his “first hand experience” to help.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Thursday, 22 April 2021

Police have launched a murder investigation following an altercation in Walton which has left one man dead and another seriously injured in hospital

Officers were called to Church Street around 2.15pm following reports that an altercation had taken place between a group of men.

One of the men then got into his car, a white 1 series BMW, and is reported to have driven at two of the other men in the group.

Despite the best efforts of paramedics, a man in his 40s was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

His family have been informed.

A second man has been airlifted to hospital but is expected to recover.

Roads have now reopened, and police are appealing for witnesses.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:53 pm  

Two people have been fined after being caught fly-tipping in Epsom

Dorian Edwards from Sutton was caught on three separate occasions dumping white goods from his vehicle.

Meanwhile, Kieran Hannon from Croydon was also caught dumping timber and a bed frame from a truck.

Edwards was given a 12-month conditional discharge, but had to pay £1,200 in costs, while Hannon had to pay around £500.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

A new treatment for Multiple Sclerosis has been released that can be administered at home

It’ll mean patients won’t have to travel to a specialist, and it will take some pressure off of hospitals.

Sarah White, lead MS nurse at St George’s Hospital in Tooting, tells us some of the difficulties the ward has faced:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

A senior Surrey Police officer has been given a final written warning

It’s after Nev Kemp failed to disclose a workplace relationship that “could cause a conflict of interest”.

He’s been given the sanction, which will last for two years, following a disciplinary hearing held in private last month.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A woman has been sexually assaulted in a park in Banstead

It happened last Wednesday at 8.30am in Nork Park while she ws running.

A man approached her, pushed her to the ground and assaulted her before she managed to push him away and he ran off.

The suspect is described as 6ft tall, of a thin build and was wearing a grey hooded top and also spoke with an Irish accent.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Police are looking for a missing 56-year-old man, Ian Salmon

Ian left his supported living accommodation in Woking at around 2.40pm on Monday .

He was seen on CCTV at Farnborough train station just before midnight that day before getting a taxi to Walton-on-Thames a short time later. 

He was dropped off on Waterside Drive, and was seen to walk in the direction of the Thames towpath.

Ian may still be in Walton, but also has links to Surbiton and Kingston. 

They are concerned and want to make sure he is safe and well.

He was last seen wearing a blue top and dark coloured trousers and is described as having very short hair.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

A busy route through Walton has been closed off this afternoon as Police deal with an as-yet undisclosed incident.

Officers have confirmed they were called to Church Street just after 2pm.

They say they are “trying to establish the circumstances of what has taken place”.

The air ambulance was also in attendance.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

18 bags worth of rubbish and a deck chair have been picked up from around the River Ash in Shepperton

The group from Shepperton Studios were doing the litter pick for Earth Day 2021.

This year’s theme is Restore Our Earth, focusing on natural processes and emerging green technologies.

The organisers say mitigation and adaption are not the only way to address climate change, saying innovation is needed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

An Ecuadorian man has been convicted for running a fake passport factory from his attic in Battersea producing hundreds of false documents

National Crime Agency officers arrested 46-year-old Rodolfo Gonzalez outside his home on 10th April 2019. 

He had been linked by fingerprints to a false passport carried by a man suspected of illegally smuggling migrants into the UK.

A search of his address revealed that he’d set up his attic for producing hundreds of fake passports since at least 2011.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 pm  

A police officer's been dismissed from the Metropolitan force over gross misconduct over stalking offences

Constable Dean Cupit was formerly based at South Area Command, which covers Croydon, Bromley and Sutton.

He was found guilty of stalking offences between April and October 2019.

He was sentenced to an 18 month community order and will undertake 25 days of rehab around harassment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Boris Johnson's insisted he's done nothing wrong by offering to help relax some tax rules to secure ventilators at the height of the pandemic

Private texts show the Prime Minister told Sir James Dyson that he'd "fix" a restriction so the businessman could help make the machines for the NHS.

Labour wants an urgent investigation into his conduct.

But business secretary and Spelthorne MP Kwasi Kwarteng says people are contacting ministers "all the time".


Tooting Labour MP Dr Rosena Allin-Khan says “I’m sure it’s very ‘good’ if you’re a Tory donor looking for VIP access to a multi-million pound Government contract”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 am  

An eating disorder campaigner from Earlsfield is calling on the government to improve services, after a spike in referrals in lockdown

Hope Virgo has been speaking to the Health and Social Care Select Committee about facilities to help young people.

She says that people with disorders should be asked questions, rather than measured using BMI or another system.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 am  

Heathrow Airport says it's refused requests for extra flights from India before the country is added to the UK's coronavirus "red list"

Four airlines asked for a further eight services to land before 4am on Friday.

After that, those arriving will be forced to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 am  

Nile Rodgers and Chic have been added to the line-up for the Hampton Court Palace Festival

The band, best known for hits including 'Le Freak' and 'Good Times', will perform on the 22nd of August.

Sir Tom Jones, Van Morrison, Keane, and Bastille will also take to the stage during the event.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Wednesday, 21 April 2021

A student from Hersham died after a rugby club initiation went wrong, an inquest has heard.

Sam Potter died from alcohol toxicity after a four-hour drinking session in Gloucester.

It’s believed he had drunk more than four-and-a-half times the legal drink-drive limit.

His parents say none of the students “had any idea of the dangers”, and welcomed research taken by the University of Gloucestershire into problem initiations.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A fifth person has been arrested in connection with a murder in Hounslow.

The 32-year-old was detained on Monday on suspicion of conspiracy to burgle and assisting an offender.

Police were called in the early hours on the 22nd of March to a disturbance at a premises on Granville Road.

21-year-old Renato Geci was treated for stab injuries but died at the scene, while a second man was hospitalised but has been discharged.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Heathrow is being urged to dedicate a terminal just for processing passengers from “red list” countries.

That’s according to The Guardian, which says the Home Office wants to prevent those people mixing with those coming from safe countries.

A spokesperson says they will explore the possibility “of an economically viable dedicated arrival facility”.

The paper claims that sources have “dismissed” the idea, saying it’s “preposterous”.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Six men have been arrested after fighting with weapons in Guildford.

Two of them were hospitalised following the incident on Sunday evening on The Chase.

Some of the others received minor injuries.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Boris Johnson says Heathrow expansion is “a matter for the company concerned” to fund themselves.

 Speaking at the press conference yesterday in relation to a question by the Huffington Post, he also said “my own views are well known”.

He had previously stated that he would “lie down in front of bulldozers”.

But he says that “aviation and a green future are not mutually exclusive”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

People are being warned about scam reports involving delivery companies.

A person in Twickenham says that they got a text message saying Hermes had attempted to deliver a package.

The person was then asked for a £1.45 charge, and started entering details before realising the questions were too personal.

They then cancelled their card.

We’re being urged to check with the courier company, and not click links in texts asking for money.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Heathrow is being urged to dedicate a terminal just for processing passengers from “red list” countries.

That’s according to The Guardian, which says the Home Office wants to prevent those people mixing with those coming from safe countries.

A spokesperson says they will explore the possibility “of an economically viable dedicated arrival facility”.

The paper claims that sources have “dismissed” the idea, saying it’s “preposterous”.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A number of “pop up” blood donation centres will open on Saturday, as part of a national study into COVID-19.

It’s to analyse the genes of people who had the virus, and why some experienced no symptoms yet some became extremely ill.

In South-West London, venues will open in Croydon, Hounslow and Lambeth.

The organisers are particularly looking for people of Asian and Black heritage, and can organise home visits for those who don’t wish to travel.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 pm  

Two arts students at Kingston University have gathered other students nationwide to protest against the closure of facilities in lockdown.

Ellis Tree and Ruby Betts have sent protests  at Kingston University to the Universities Minister, but say they’ve only received a “stock” response.

Ellis says their degrees are “impossible” in lockdown, and they shouldn’t be charged full fees now the courses will be online only.

Kingston University says they recognise the challenges, but praised the “innovation and diverse approaches” students have displayed through the pandemic.

Facilities opened in March for booking and one-to-one use with a technician.

We’ve contacted the Department for Education for comment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

US President Joe Biden says the conviction of an ex-police officer of the murder of George Floyd "can be a giant step forward in the march toward justice."

Derek Chauvin was filmed kneeling on the African-American's neck for more than nine minutes last May, sparking mass protests against racism.

He'll be sentenced in two months.

The Prime Minister and the Labour leader both shared their thoughts on the case in the House of Commons:

Elizabeth Chapple is the head of Police for South-West London.

She says she’s “pleased the right verdict was returned in the US last night”.

Mrs Chapple adds that her thoughts are with his family, friends, and all those “for whom the case had deep meaning”.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

People in and around Twickenham and Croydon have begun donating blood plasma for medicines for the first time in more than 20 years

This plasma will be used to make antibody-based medicines for people with rare immune diseases.

Thousands of patients rely on them for short-term or lifelong diseases and genetic disorders.

Henry Jarvis, Twickenham Plasma Donor Centre Manager says “you will save and transform lives” if you donate. 

Twickenham and Croydon plasma donor centres are among the 14 NHS Blood and Transplant donor centres around England now taking donations, for an initial three month period.

More than 500 people have donated in the two weeks since collection started, and nearly 250 people are booked in to donate this week at Twickenham plasma donor centre which is in Regal House on London Road.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 pm  

Harlequins is to test a new vaccine passport tool at its stadium in Twickenham

The club is collaborating with myGP to test a new feature which gives users a green tick 12 days after their second dose.

It’s been developed by Hammersmith-based iPLATO healthcare, and the app is already used to give patients access to their medical records.

People will be able to opt in to the trial, and it’ll be piloted at a future match day.

The area’s MP, Munia Wilson, has repeatedly voiced opposition to domestic vaccine passports.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

A man from Southfields who drove at 127mph on the A3 has been jailed

In August, near the Ripley bypass, 23-year-old Atthar Ahmed was driving a Mercedes at high speed when he lost control and crashed into a lorry.

He was seen running away from the scene, and a police helicopter was used to track him down.

He was found to have been already disqualified from driving, and the car he was driving belonged to somebody else.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

All six English football clubs have now pulled out of the European Super League

The breakaway competition was compared to a "cartel" by Boris Johnson, while the other 14 Premier League sides rejected the proposal, and UEFA threatened potential sanctions.

The Super League is now reconsidering its plans, with just Spanish and Italian clubs left in the breakaway competition.

Yesterday angry Chelsea fans held a protest at Stamford Bridge, ahead of their Premier League match against Brighton.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

A pair of Kingston University arts students have sent handmade protest letters to the Universities minister, over the closure of facilities during lockdown

Ruby Betts and Ellis Tree were able to unite students across the country to contribute to the project.

The pair say their degree is impossible without frequent access to workspaces, and that they should get fee refunds now their teaching will move online.

Kingston University says they recognise the challenges, but praised the “innovation and diverse approaches” students have displayed through the pandemic.

Facilities opened in March for booking and one-to-one use with a technician.

We’ve contacted the Department for Education for comment.

Ruby describes their response from the office of Michelle Donelan.


A Kingston University spokesperson said:

“As changing government restrictions have been introduced throughout the course of the pandemic, we have remained committed to engaging with our students, ensuring they continue to receive a high quality education while keeping our campus community as safe as possible.

“We have been particularly mindful that the pandemic, coupled with the public health constraints the University has had to work within to minimise the spread of Covid-19, have made this period a more challenging one for students completing practical courses, including those at Kingston School of Art who place considerable importance on access to workshops, studios and rehearsal space.

“Throughout the pandemic, lecturers and the senior leadership team at Kingston School of Art have been working closely with individual students, course representatives and organisers of the What’s Happening KSA campaign group to address their questions and reassure them about measures being taken to ensure they are fully supported to progress through their studies. We take all our students’ feedback and suggestions extremely seriously and are committed to enabling our students’ voices to be heard.

“While the lockdown imposed at the start of 2021 resulted in another temporary return to online learning for our students, we are grateful the government recognised the importance of art, design and performance students having access to vital campus facilities. This meant we were able to welcome our Kingston School of Art students back to campus again at the start of March – far earlier than many other students in England.

“We are incredibly proud of the innovation and diverse approaches our talented cohort of students have displayed as they have dealt with the unprecedented challenges the pandemic has posed. Successes, such as fashion student Lucy Saunders, who completed her studies last summer, scooping the global MTV Music Meets Fashion Challenge earlier this year, show the tremendous resilience and creativity for which our Kingston School of Art students are known the world over. Arrangements are now being finalised for more of our students to exhibit their work at virtual end of year shows in the summer.

“The University is also continuing to work hard to ensure sure the government recognises the importance and value of art and design education. Our Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier is one of the leading figures in a national campaign launched recently to highlight the importance of the creative industries and the vital role they will play in the recovery of the national economy.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 am  

Restoring Streatham Hill Theatre could “play a major role” in the area recovering from COVID-19, according to a report

The independent study is supported by politicians, as well as The Theatres Trust.

It says the theatre has the potential to add £70m to the area over 30 years.

David Harvey, chair of The Friends of Streatham Hill Theatre says arts and heritage “can be a catalyst to regeneration”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

Tuesday, 20 April 2021

A new artistic programme is coming to Chiswick House and Gardens next month.

“Bring Into Being” aims to transform the heritage site from its historical roots to a new and creative cultural hot spot.

The exhibition will take people on a 21st century journey exploring personal, social and environmental challenges along the way.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 pm  

Police still trying to identify a man who died on the railway near Mortlake have released an artist’s rendering of him.










In December, officers found the man on the tracks and pronounced him dead at the scene.

He’s described as black, between 20 and 40 years old, and was wearing a green polo shirt with the words “Sulid Supra Used High Quality Motorcycle Parts” on it.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:58 pm  

Firefighters have rushed to a fire in Epsom after a person burnt their tortilla chips.

On Saturday evening just after 8pm, smoke was seen coming from flats in Capitol Square, in the town centre.

Multiple emergency crews attended and road closures were put in place.

However, police say there was “nothing to worry about”, and there are no reports of any injuries.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:47 pm  

The warmer weather and relaxation of social distancing rules means more people are flocking to the Thames

Paddleboarders are a familiar sight in London and Surrey, and the sport is currently enjoying a surge in uptake. 

Enthusiasts say it’s a great way to get out while social distancing. 

Leah Fraser, an instructor in Thames Ditton, says once you’ve learned to paddle safely, there are numerous other benefits too:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

Five mothers have relived the hardest phone calls the’vey had to make after their sons were stabbed to death

They’ve shared their stories as part of a campaign by Crimestoppers.

Hard Calls Save Lives hopes to inspire women whose close relatives may be on the fringes of knife crime to report information.

Becky Beston's 19-year-old son, Archie, was stabbed to death in Kingston in February last year on a night out:


To hear the interview in full, Like the Radio Jackie Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @Jackie_News.

To find out more about the Hard Cals Save Lives campaign, go to crimestoppers-uk.org
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:19 pm  

Police say they're struggling to enforce social distancing rules since restrictions were eased last week

It comes as thousands of people returned to outdoor hospitality venues.

John Apter is the National Chair of the Leatherhead-based Police Federation of England and Wales.

He says social distancing and alcohol "doesn't mix well":

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

A man's died after running onto a railway line during a police chase in Hounslow this morning

The Metropolitan force says officers attempted to stop a car in Twickenham just after midnight.

The vehicle continued and a man later got out and ran onto tracks near Hounslow station.

The police watchdog has started an investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:54 pm  

Around £2,000 has been raised by police cadets in Hounslow, to fund the chemotherapy of a nine-year-old girl

Ruby is the sister of cadet, Charlie, and has been diagnosed with leukaemia.

She faces two and a half years of treatment at Great Ormond Street.

The cadets walked from Kew to Tower Bridge, clocking up 15 miles.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

A man has been arrested in Epsom on suspicion of stealing a baby lamb

 



The animal is believed to be just a matter of days old, and police are concerned that it’s been prematurely taken away from its mother.

Keeping sheep alive on their own requires specialist treatment, and there’s the strong possibility it may not survive if it’s not returned.

The suspect has been released under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

PCR test kits are being distributed to Wandsworth’s secondary schools

This is on top of the rapid and surge testing that came into force after the South African variant of Coronavirus was found in the borough.

Positive PCR results can be sent for genomic sequencing at specialist laboratories to identify variants of concern and their spread.

Everyone over the age of 11 in Wandsworth is being asked to take a test regardless of whether they have symptoms. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

The 14 Premier League clubs not involved in the proposed European Super League will meet today to discuss what to do next

There have been calls for points deductions, and also to block those involved from competing in any domestic competition.

Meanwhile, Boris Johnson will host a discussion with football governing bodies and fans' representatives about the proposed European Super League later.

Chelsea are one of six English sides to join the rebel league, but are back in top flight action against Brighton tonight.

Boss Thomas Tuchel is trying to ignore any speculation about potential punishments.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 am  

The mother of a teenager killed in Kingston is urging other mums not to shield their children if they suspect them of possessing a knife

19-year-old Archie Beston was stabbed to death in the town centre after a night out in February last year.

Becky has joined a Crimestoppers and Met Police initiative “Hard Calls Save Lives” encouraging people to report suspected knife crime.

She explains why the campaign is specifically targeting women.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Monday, 19 April 2021

It's feared studies into cancer could be significantly delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Scientists say tightened restrictions have limited laboratory time and slowed the race to find new treatments.

The Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton estimates advances could be pushed back as much as two years.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A scheme to give advice to aspiring footballers has been set up to save them from abuse and bullying.

The Mirror reports that Peter Lowe, who worked at the Manchester City Academy, says some don’t speak out due to fears of damaging their prospects.

Two players under the age of 20 have committed suicide in recent years after being unable to cope with rejection from the game.

One of the directors is Jason Finegan, a sports media consultant and former AFC Wimbledon player.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Hounslow police are searching for a missing mother and son.


34 year old Sohandeep Kaur and her son 9 year old Gurjot are missing from Southall.

They were last seen in the area on Monday the 12th of April.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is urged to contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

One of the UK’s oldest ballet schools has resumed to face-to-face training

Rambert School dates back to 1914, when founder dancer Marie Rambert fled Poland for London during WW1.

Based in Twickenham, the school spent lockdown juggling online classes for students worldwide.

Principal, Amanda Britton, explains some of the challenges faced by the students who rely on physical contact:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Former England wing and Quins player Ugo Monye is to chair the Rugby Football Union's new diversity and inclusion group

The panel will advise the sport's governing body on how to better reflect society in England.

Former England international Giselle Mather will be vice-chair.

The aim of the Twickenham based RFU is to, “grow fans and followers in under-represented groups.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

More trees were illegally felled in Weybridge over the weekend

A mystery person, or people, have been taking a chainsaw to established trees in the town, as well as in Walton. 

Surrey Police is asking witnesses to upload digital evidence on its website.

Although officers say they do not want more pictures of tree damage.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

Police in London have revealed stalking offences have risen by more than 300%

Figures show there were 7,909 recorded cases between April 2020 and February this year in London alone.

Research by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust also found half of victims experienced an increase in online harassment when the UK went into lockdown last year.

The force says the increase is largely down to a change in Home Office counting rules.

Detective Inspector Lee Barnard says the spike also shows the issue's being taken seriously:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

It's understood clubs which have signed up for the European Super League have already taken legal action to stop them being banned from other competitions

UEFA's threatened to block them from competing in domestic leagues if the plan goes through.

12 clubs, including Tottenham and Chelsea, have signed up so far.

Football finance expert Dan Jones from Deloitte isn't sure it makes global sense.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Firefighters have taken 45 calls to a fire in Fulham

The blaze on New King’s Road was reported yesterday evening.

A shed was on fire in the garden of a house, with part of the ground floor of the property damaged.

The cause of the fire is under investigation, and there are no reports of any injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

It's feared studies into cancer could be significantly delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic

Scientists say tightened restrictions have limited laboratory time and slowed the race to find new treatments.

The Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton estimates advances could be pushed back as much as two years.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 am  

A charity's warned stalking has worsened during the coronavirus pandemic

In London alone, the Met police recorded a 300% rise in reports in the 11 months to March.

Research by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust also found half of victims experienced an increase in online harassment when the UK went into lockdown last year.

The trust was formed after the former estate agent from Fulham, Suzy Lamplugh, was presumed abducted and murdered in 1986.

Chief Executive Suky Bhaker says the impact's been devastating:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

The Prime Minister's among those who've reacted angrily to plans for a European Super League

He's tweeted the government "supports football's authorities in taking action".

Chelsea and Manchester United are among six English clubs involved in the project which will rival the Champions League.

The FA, the Premier League and UEFA have all condemned it.

Sports lawyer Richard Cramer says it's been prompted by money.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:40 am  

Sunday, 18 April 2021

Luminations in Hammersmith.

 If you’re walking around Hammersmith, you may want to pay extra to the area’s streetlights.

Artwork has been installed on the columns which is visible in daylight, but glows under a UV torch after dark.

The work has been coordinated by the For Brian Mental Health Project which helps those living with dementia. 

The artists have used techniques tried and tested at festivals to make the installations.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

FA Cup Chelsea.

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel  has warned his players not to look too far ahead to the FA Cup final - and now focus on trying to qualify for the Champions League.

They ended Manchester City's bid for an historic treble with a 1-nil win at Wembley.

Tuchel says it's an important victory in his ambition to bring trophies back to Stamford Bridge.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:45 pm  

A fire has been started in a park in Staines.

At approximately 20:15 on Friday evening, the blaze was started in the children’s play area of Lammas Park.

This resulted in Considerable damage to some of the play equipment. 

Police are asking for anyone with information to contact them.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Police are searching for a missing woman from Chiswick.


.38 year old Rachel Marie Green hasn’t been seen since the 26th of December last year.

She is also known to frequent Acton.

If you have seen Rachel, or know of her whereabouts you should contact police on 101.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

It's understood Chelsea want to be involved in plans for a breakaway European super league.

Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool, Man United and Man City have also signed up to the project - a rival to UEFA's Champions League.

More details will be announced tonight.

The Premier League have condemned proposals asking clubs to walk away from it to protect ‘the English game’.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

A Tudor celebration will begin at Hampton Court Palace next month.

A special exhibition of treasures will go on display to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Field of Cloth of Gold.

The painting details Henry VIII's legendary encounter with his great rival François I of France in 1520.

The exhibition will also feature a never-before-seen tapestry which sheds rare light on people of colour in the Tudor period.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:12 pm  

A new and thought-provoking exhibition is coming to a gallery in Richmond to illustrate the current environmental crisis.

“Remember the Future” in Orleans House will house the work of five artist residencies illustrating our relationship with the environment.

Visual artists Ackroyd and Harvey will be first to set the scene by highlighting how storytelling can be a tool to combat climate change.

A new version of their work “the Satanic Formula” illustrating the rise of greenhouse gases at the expense of oxygen will be on show.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:12 pm  

Hampton Court Palace has launched its first ever Tulip Festival

Over 100,000 bulbs have been planted across the estate. 

The event had to be brought forward after they started flowering early.

Graham Dillamore is Deputy Head of Gardens and Estates for Historic Royal Palaces.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

A man from Wandsworth has been jailed for over 5 years for drug offences

27-year-old Alan Faux-Nsowah was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court for being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and heroin.

Last November officers saw Alan make an exchange with a known Class A drug user and was detained for a search.

They found messages on his phone that indicated he was involved in dealing crack cocaine and heroin and he was subsequently arrested.

A search of a nearby flat Alan was linked to recovered approximately £3000 cash.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:13 pm  

Fulham's slim hopes of Premier League survival took another dent as they conceded 97th minute equaliser at Arsenal.

After the 1-all draw, Scott Parker's side are now six points from safety with five games left to play.

The Fulham manager thinks Arsenal's goal shouldn't have stood because one of their players was 'interfering with play' when it went in.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

Police are searching for a missing teen from Mitcham.

15 year old David Lima Silva Luis was last seen in the area yesterday morning.



He has links with Clapham, Brixton and Croydon.

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


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Scott Parker is still confident Fulham can get out of the relegation places

He reckons they can go to Arsenal and get three points in the Premier League this lunchtime (k.o. 1.30pm)

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

A teenage boy has been stabbed in Fulham.

The 15 year old was attacked at 8:15 on Friday evening on Lillie Road.

He was taken to hospital by paramedics, but his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

No arrests have been made.

Ellie Fielding was nearby when it happened.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Fulham manager Scott Parker says he's not lost belief that they can avoid relegation from the Premier League.

They're seven points from safety ahead of this afternoon's game at Arsenal.

Despite being underdogs to win the fixture, Parker tells Sky Sports News they can pull off a victory.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

A 15 year old boy has been Stabbed in Fulham.

The incident occurred at 8:15 on Friday night on Lillie Road.

The boy was taken to hospital, but his condition is not thought be light threatening.

Ellie fielding was near the scene when it happened.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Football fans will have a chance to watch a live match later - as part of a government trial looking at how to get major events back on.

4-thousand people will be at Wembley stadium for the FA Cup semi-final between Leicester City and Southampton.

Meanwhile pubs and restaurants have opened up for the first time this year.

Craig Gordon owns a restaurant in Putney - he can't believe how busy they've been:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Thieves are once again targeting people at parking machines in Teddington and Barnes.

The fraudsters distract their victims by saying that the card has been swallowed by the machine.

They offer to ring a helpline to report the problem before using the victim’s card to withdraw hundreds of pounds.

Parking machines are designed in such a way that a card can only be inserted part way and never be retained.

People are being reminded not to insert a card when a stranger is present.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Hampton Court Palace is awash with colour.

It’s celebrating its first ever tulip festival, with over 100,000 on display.  

Graham Dillamore is Deputy Head of Gardens and Estates for Historic Royal Palaces.

He explains why tulips are being celebrated.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

4-thousand football fans will return to Wembley later for the first time in more than a year.

The FA Cup semi-final between Leicester City and Southampton is part of a government trial to get major events back on.

Last night pubs and restaurants enjoyed a busy Saturday for the first time this year.

These people in Putney were happy to be out after months of lockdown:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

A cyclist has been killed after being involved in collision in Reigate.

It happened this afternoon on Gatton Park.

Police and Ambulance services were called around 5.40pm but despite efforts but paramedics the cyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.

Detectives are investing the what happened are appealing for anyone with information to come forward


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