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20Apr
A local charity called EACH is offering you an opportunity to saddle-up and take one of its four places on a prestigious, 100-mile bike ride to help it rebuild lives. For the last 26 years EACH Counselling and Support, based in...
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Air quality in the capital is a serious health issue. In 2010 alone, the deaths of nearly 400 Ealing residents were linked to air pollution. The new draft Air Quality Action Plan sets out how Ealing Council intends to cut...
Rothschild Town Chariot, Gunnersbury Park
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A chariot once used by the glamorous and wealthy Rothschild family is to be restored as part of the wider conservation and development project at Gunnersbury Park. The Leche Trust has given a grant of £2,500 for the work on the...
Leisure centre
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Ealing Council’s leisure centre partner, Everyone Active, has teamed up with The Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme to run a series of free nine-month courses for local people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Sessions will start at...
Idris Elba. Photo by DFID UK Department for International Development, via Wikimedia Commons
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Welcome to West London Film Office's latest Reel Life. We begin with the news that if you are Ian McEwan, which is unlikely, you will have a 50% chance of having someone try and turn...
Lieutenant Harold Auerbach's First World War Medal
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The daughter of a First World War fighter-plane pilot accidentally found her father’s RAF war medal on the internet. Lieutenant Harold Wilfred Auerbach was from Ealing. He flew as a pilot with the Royal Flying...
Cycling in Ealing

I visited one of the most polluted spots in the borough this week to talk about air quality and what the council is doing about it. Around 9,000 people die every year in London because...