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Month: November 2015

It feels like you are being transported into a secret garden when you walk through the gate of the Litten...

I am delighted that we will finally have a new cinema in Ealing after more than seven years of waiting....
cold and flu

Winter has arrived but, as we all know, it brings with it several frustrating common illnesses – including flu. No-one...

The nights have closed in; the festive lights are appearing; text messages are typed with numbed fingers; journeys home seem...
Street in Ealing

Have a go at our quiz and see how much you know on local history. Dr Jonathan Oates, the borough...

Very few of the girls and boys who play for the recently reformed Ealing Hockey Club have any idea of...

Considering taking on an apprentice? An increasing number of local businesses are reaping the rewards of employing one. Not only has...

Lots of us have to be careful when we eat out or buy food from shops because of food allergies...

Tracing ancestors back through the 20th and 19th centuries is generally straightforward, given the amount of searchable, reliable source material available...

Harold and Sidney Medlicott’s family lived in Ealing and the pair fought and died during the First World War. Harold’s story...

George Lee Temple was the first person in Britain to fly upside down. He was a daredevil in the early...

For the third year running, the council is aiming to help create 100 apprenticeships in 100 days...and the first business...
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