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21Apr
Florin Fotache is a man on a mission. As a member of Ealing Council’s specialist fly-tipping enforcement team he is keeping local streets clean one day at a time and tackling the rubbish dumpers head-on. Whilst he has seen a...
Ealing Half Marathon
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Ealing Half Marathon’s position as one of the best half marathons in the UK has been confirmed for the fifth year running after it picked up yet another national award. Last night (Thursday) it was awarded silver at the national...
Using outdoor gym equipment in local park
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Spring is arriving and the borough’s array of beautiful parks and green spaces are great places to get outdoors and get moving - whether walking, jogging or using outdoor gym equipment. Regular activity reduces the risk of suffering serious health...
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Perceval House car park will close temporarily for the Local Elections taking place on Thursday, 3 May 2018. In a similar way to previous elections, a marquee will be erected over the car park behind...
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Great coffee, delicious cakes and tasty food will be the order of the day for Walpole Park’s many visitors this summer following the announcement of Social Pantry as the new catering partner for Pitzhanger Manor....
Ealing We Love Cheese festival
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London’s cheesiest food festival, We Love Cheese, is back in Ealing this Sunday (22 April). Stalls packed with local produce will be gathered at Dickens Yard in central Ealing (W5 2XA) from 11am until 4pm. It is free to turn...
A Spitfire fighter plane like those used by the Polish squadron at RAF Northolt
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This April  marks the centenary anniversary of the formation of the Royal Air Force (RAF). During the Second World War, one of its key bases played a crucial role in preventing Britain from succumbing to...
Short tennis session for over-50s at Perivale Sports Centre
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There are many local sports sessions aimed at people aged over 50. It is never too late to take up a sport or give something a try. “It’s a brilliant way to meet people, have...
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Thanks to new heating and lights installed through a council grant, a nursery is expected to make huge energy savings, of up to 75%. Cybertots (On the Green), in West Ealing, took up the offer...