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Month: September 2016

Woolworths in Ealing Broadway

Week 40 begins with a welcome reprieve, with nobody from the Electricity Board coming around to cut off the supply....
High school admissions applications are due in soon

Applications for children to start high school in our borough are now being accepted. And help is available at a...
Elizabeth Hurley and extras in the council chamber filming The Royals

Anyone working or walking near Ealing Town Hall in mid-September might have noticed The Royals filming for a third series....
Benefits

If you receive benefits, you may be affected by changes that come into force in November, which limit the amount...
Richmond Theatre

Goodlet ends week 39 by taking in some 'infernal tosh' at the Richmond Theatre (pictured) and facing up to the...
Enjoying Acton Park

Ealing has long been called ‘queen of the suburbs’ – not least because of its tree-lined streets and many parks....

The leader of Ealing Council, Councillor Julian Bell, visited Crossrail tunnels under Tottenham Court Road on Tuesday, 13 September. He...
Councillor Patricia Walker, mayor of Ealing 2016-17

As a toddler, the borough’s new mayor went out campaigning in a car with a megaphone in the north east...
Erika Severini and child on a bike

A new initiative has been started by Ealing Council to encourage more women to cycle and overcome perceived barriers to...
Horn Lane, Acton

Week 38 is punctuated by several trips to Horn Lane in Acton (pictured) and news of the trial of a...
Cycling in Ealing

Ealing’s town centre is to get a three-year makeover to help it get on the move. It could be worth...
Ealing Half volunteers by Kieren Geaney

The fifth Ealing Half Marathon takes place in just over two weeks – on Sunday 25 September – but you...
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