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October (Page 2)

Month: October 2017

Alleys in Acton under proposal to have gates installed as part of a Public Spaces Protection Order.

Ealing Council is seeking the views of residents after proposing to install alley gates in a number of footpaths across...
Beware who is at the door - could it be a bogus caller?

Most people who call at your home will be genuine. However, occasionally bogus callers may turn up unannounced and try...
Southall Park PSPO

Zones are being proposed in certain areas of Southall, to improve the quality of life for residents and visitors. Before...
Finding Dory themed activities at leisure centres this summer

Whether you have a little one who is a keen swimmer or you just want to improve your own technique,...
Hate Crime Awareness Week

The council and police will be jointly running events throughout this week (16-20 October) with community pop-up stalls across the...

With autumn well and truly under way, Ealing Council’s street-sweeping teams will be tackling the seasonal increase in autumn leaves,...
Houses in snow. Copyright Mark Hemsworth (used with permission of Green Deal)

Want to save energy and cut your fuel bills? But worried about staying warm in the winter and cool in...
Balcon in 1952 presents an Oscar to screenplay writer Mr T.E.B Clarke for the best film story of that year, The Lavender Hill Mob

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the death of the man who was the head of production at Ealing...
Barry Bassett of VMI saved money and energy through the council's smart business grants

An Acton-based company has made cost savings and now uses less energy to power its computer servers thanks to a...
Adult Learning Saturday courses

Make your Saturday smarter and try something new with Ealing Adult learning’s Saturday courses. If you are too busy with...
mini-tennis voucher code

To celebrate the launch of its new mini-tennis sessions, Dormers Wells leisure centre is offering a £10 voucher code, bringing...
Toby Cray at Ealing Volunteer Centre

Volunteers play a crucial and often underappreciated role in our local communities. They commonly do it to help others –...
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