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Month: May 2016

Allotment gardening can offer an escape from city life, in a quiet spot in your local area. A year-round activity,...
The freshly hatched turkey chicks

Staff at Brent Lodge Animal Centre in Hanwell have been sitting on a little American secret recently in the form...
The Queen Mary ship

Week 23 of our serialisation of Alexander Goodlet's diaries begins with a bad day and gets worse with money worries...
Ealing Half Marathon

The Ealing Half Marathon was recently voted as the best of its kind in the UK for the third year...
Around Ealing Summer 2016

I have been looking forward to the summer, writes editor Richard Nadal. For some reason, this winter seemed to last...
A40 at night

With the arrival of Crossrail (the Elizabeth Line) in 2019, Ealing will become one of the best connected London suburbs;...
OPM caterpillars in a cluster

With the weather warming up and the days getting longer, it is the time of year when most of us...
Murder illustration used with the permission of Dr Jan Bondeson

It stands to reason, does it not, that a house where a murder has been committed will be demolished as...
Glass bottles for recycling

Ealing’s new recycling and rubbish collection service will start on 6 June and the way that residents will be asked...
Ealing Swim Club at Gurnell

Gurnell Leisure Centre may be getting a huge makeover which will include a new, Olympic-sized swimming pool; much needed affordable...
Noel Road, Acton

Week 22 begins with bad news and a general fog of gloom descends over proceedings. Brief respites come in the...
Foster carer Nina Samuel

Whether they admit it or not, all teenagers need love and guidance as they start out in life. Foster carers...
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