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Month: December 2016

Christmas tree

What happens to your real Christmas tree once the fun is all over, and it is standing in the corner...
Julian Bell visiting Weird Beard brewery, a Living Wage employer

Businesses can benefit from a business rate discount as part of Ealing Council’s commitment to ensure local workers are better...
Council leader Julian Bell

2016 will be remembered for all kinds of political change, and the tragedies of Aleppo in Syria and the plight...
Boy in Ealing recycling food waste

Across the UK, it is estimated that we generate around 30% more waste over Christmas and surprisingly most of it...
Laura Forsyth, best dressed window winner Acton 2016

Acton’s traders got especially creative recently for a best dressed shop window Christmas competition. The stores were lit up by...
Units in common alcoholic drinks

With the party season upon us, it is easy to get swept up in rounds and drink more than we...
Alexander Goodlet

Week 52 - the last part of our year-long serialisation of Goodlet's diaries from 80 years ago, begins with our...
Officers talking to people with drink in a public park

A six-week public consultation began on 14 November, asking residents what they think of Ealing Council putting a legal order...
Ealing cinema ground breaking

Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, joined Tony Pidgley, chair of the Berkeley Group, and Holly Smallman, from Picturehouse...
Crowded library in Acton

Week 51, the penultimate entry of our serialisation, is dominated by a school play, more concerns about finances and visits...
Four of the apprentices working on Havelock estate through Catalyst

The first phase of a dramatic overhaul of Havelock estate in Southall is almost complete and it has seen local...
Brentside High School pupils developed a walking app

Pupils in Hanwell have developed an ‘app’ for mobile phones that has successfully encouraged others to walk to and from...
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