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February

Month: February 2018

Following the severe weather in the last 24 hours there have been some disruption to services. As normal, the council’s...
Ealing culture

Ealing’s bidding process for London Borough of Culture has uncovered new partnerships between many local organisations. Although Ealing did not...
Ealing Town Hall

Your council tax bill for 2018/19 will reach you in March. We promised to keep council tax as low as...
Premier League Kicks tournament at Northolt High School

More than 130 young people took part in a football tournament at Northolt High School last week in partnership with...

Young people have been building bikes with parts provided by Acton Police Station in a scheme crowdfunded by residents of...

The Great British Spring Clean (GBSC) is back for another year and events are taking place across Ealing to help...

Residents in Ealing can now use a new app to quickly and easily access all manner of information about recycling...
Bowel cancer. Images from Cancer Research UK / Wikimedia Commons and St Mark's Hospital

Bowel cancer is the UK’s third most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer deaths. Most people who...

Sport is so often about teamwork and this is certainly the case when it comes to bringing brand new sports...
Tribeca Studios - win a one-month pass

Take part in our competition and you could win a free, one-month pass to an Ealing fitness studio. Tribeca Studios...

Each year, Holocaust Memorial Day is marked in the borough in late January, as it is around the world. Last...
Hanwell Zoo manager Jim Gregory feeding the lemurs

If you follow the clues at Hanwell Zoo this spring you could win the prize of being a zookeeper there...
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