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Month: March 2017

Bonfire close-up. By Janne Karaste (via Wikicommons)

There are three main ways to get rid of garden waste: Composting it, taking it away to one of the...

Thanks to funding from his local ward forum, Gavin Birnbaum set up a local music group and workshop and now, almost...
GoodGym

If your new year’s resolution is to keep fit or volunteer to help others, then there is a website you...
Council apprentices. National Apprenticeship Week

A group of enthusiastic Ealing Council apprentices teamed up to take part in a national apprenticeship challenge and collectively raised...
RSVP Bhangra, one of the headline acts at Hanwell Hootie 2017

The Hanwell Hootie is getting ever closer. It is only six weeks away now and the acts are being confirmed...
Police and council officers chatting to trader in Southall during the operation

A recent, wide-ranging operation responded to requests from residents by helping to make Southall safer and cleaner for all. The six-month...
Road safety

The number of people being killed or seriously injured on the borough’s roads is falling. Ealing Council is trying to...
Composting materials

Composting is nature’s way of recycling. Not only does it get rid of unwanted waste, but at the end of...
Cycling in Ealing

I visited one of the most polluted spots in the borough this week to talk about air quality and what...
Jessica Kang, council apprentice

Doing an apprenticeship is becoming an increasingly popular route for young people to enter the world of work, especially the ability...
Biltong at Limpopo Butchers in Acton

Ealing is a diverse borough and home to people from all over the world. The 3,178 food businesses that operate...
The modular homes at Marston Court, Hanwell

An open day on Wednesday (8 March) gave people the chance to take a closer look at Ealing Council’s innovative...
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