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Month: October 2015

Some residents think of Ealing by this soubriquet; but what exactly does it mean, and why was it used? Clearly...

From horses to hot baths, council budgets were a bit different a century ago, as Richard Nadal discovered in a...

Our borough has reached a milestone. It was 45 years ago when, in 1965, the old boroughs of Ealing, Acton...

An exhibition and booklet recently provided a unique insight into a period of Hanwell’s past. Gillian Spragg, artistic director of...

Planning permission and safety standards are two key planks of building work. Watch what happens when they are ignored... This...

Next spring will bring a flourish of colour thanks to volunteers who planted a thousand daffodil bulbs, 500 bluebells and...

It has been 70 years since Megan Avery was last in Northolt. As she came back to visit the Polish...

Do you run a business in the borough or trade here? A new exhibition and networking event will connect suppliers...

To mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, an exhibition is being held in libraries across the borough. The exhibition...

This summer, London will make Olympic history by becoming the first city to host the Games for a third time,...

Charles Dickens was born in 1812, two hundred years ago, and it is fair to say that his novels and...

Southall Manor House is Southall’s oldest building. It used to tower over the surrounding houses when it was first built,...
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