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Month: April 2017

With just 10 days left until the fifth annual Hanwell Hootie music festival, the town is gearing up for a...
School pupil. Event is being held for people interested in being a school governor

Have you ever thought about becoming a school governor but wondered what it involved? You can find out all the...
Composting materials

Taking place at Walpole Park, Ealing on Saturday, 6 May from 10am until 2pm, the event will be packed with...

Set for completion in February 2018, the project will see The Football Association (FA) and Middlesex County Football Association working...

A local charity called EACH is offering you an opportunity to saddle-up and take one of its four places on a...

Air quality in the capital is a serious health issue. In 2010 alone, the deaths of nearly 400 Ealing residents...

Hosted by Ealing Council and the Governors for Schools organisation (SGOSS), the event will bring together those interested in becoming...
Rothschild Town Chariot, Gunnersbury Park

A chariot once used by the glamorous and wealthy Rothschild family is to be restored as part of the wider conservation...
Leisure centre

Ealing Council’s leisure centre partner, Everyone Active, has teamed up with The Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme to run...
Nell Blane and Councillor Hitesh Tailor walking in Ealing

Walking is an amazing – and easy – way to improve your health. This spring and summer, why not take...
Lieutenant Harold Auerbach's First World War Medal

The daughter of a First World War fighter-plane pilot accidentally found her father’s RAF war medal on the internet. Lieutenant...
Screenshot from Report it to Stop it campaign film against sexual offences on public transport

A hard-hitting Report It To Stop It campaign is hoping to encourage more people to report unwanted sexual behaviour on...
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