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Month: September 2018

Picture 6 Danuta Krupa

We are opening our fifth seasonal photo competition on 1 October – with the winner again being selected by the...

Dementia patients are marching, dancing and clapping to keep on the move as part of an initiative at a popular...

Ealing Council is investing almost a quarter of a million pounds in new facilities for the Havelock Family Centre in...

Ealing Council is marking Recycling Week (24-28 September 2018) by hosting a drop-in event packed with advice and tips designed...
Friars Gardens is now a community garden for all

An ‘unwelcoming’ patch of land with an ‘unwieldy’ gate as its entrance has been transformed into an impressive community garden....
Council Chamber in Ealing Town Hall

Ealing Town Hall will be opening its doors to residents on Saturday, 22 September as part of Open House 2018....

Ealing Council and charity Sustrans have teamed-up to produce a survey on Uxbridge Road and are asking residents to have...

An Ealing-based organisation that supports permanently injured and psychologically scarred former military personnel by organising motorsport-based trips and activities for them...
Auxiliary hospital in Southall during First World War

Women were debarred from serving in the armed forces in any capacity in the First World War, writes Dr Jonathan...

A service helping people to battle drug habits and drinking problems is having an open evening to show residents the...

Visitors to Perivale Park may notice an unusual, new feature that is sure to strike a chord with local music...
Horsenden Farm orchard - apples

Enjoy apple games, storytelling and a forest school with apple-themed making at Apple Day 2018. It promises to be a fun day...
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