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Month: October 2017

With Guy Fawkes Night fast approaching there is bound to be a host of fireworks exploding in the sky and...

Local people have the chance to give Brent Lodge Park the recognition it deserves by helping it to be crowned...

Ealing Council is reminding residents to think green while celebrating Halloween, Bonfire Night and other festivals. Diwali celebrations took place...

Local people can find out more about proposals for the redevelopment of Gurnell Leisure Centre at two drop-in consultation events,...
The Who at the Ealing Club, 1960s

A new movie is being premiered in November that tells the tale of how 1960s Ealing earned the label ‘the...
An artist's impression of the cycle superhighway

Ealing residents are being encouraged to have their say on plans for a new cycle superhighway, linking two neighbouring boroughs....
Southall edible garden opening October 2017

This is the first roadside edible garden in Southall and was planted by a group of volunteers in Beaconsfield Road....
Regeneration of former Acton Library

Ealing Council's cabinet will be asked to review plans and to consider uses for the old Acton library site next...
Solace Mental Health Centre reopening

The Solace Centre recently reopened its doors in West Ealing to coincide with World Mental Health Day. The centre and...

After a summer which has seen amazing new animals arrive to join familiar favourites, Hanwell Zoo has been enjoying autumn...
One of the 'dockless' Mobike hire-bicycles being ridden in Ealing

It may be autumn; the summer may be over; but falling leaves are no excuse to stop cycling. Lacking confidence?...
Leader Julian Bell, Steve Pound MP and London's Walking & Cycling Commissioner, Will Norman and students from Mayfield PS and Brentside HS launch phase 1 of Quietway 23.

A traffic-free path officially opened today (20 October) for residents and visitors looking to enjoy their trip from Greenford to...
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