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Month: March 2019

David Highton is the chairman of West Ealing Neighbours, a residents’ group which, among other things, is working hard to...
Council leader Julian Bell holding an EU flag at Ealing Town Hall

Ealing is home to people from all over the world who make a huge contribution to the borough, including 55,000...
Pitzhanger Manor interior

You can get a first-hand look at the spectacular interior of Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, and see some internationally-renowned art,...

“The nomination process isn’t hard. Just say what you do and why you love it,” said Chris Smith, secretary at...

Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery has reopened its doors to the public, marking the successful completion of a £12 million conservation...
Parkguard's sniffer dog Charlie

Charles is an English springer spaniel and a drug detection dog. He is part of a team patrolling our parks,...

Local businesses and employers are reaping the rewards of their staff learning new skills by attending vocational courses in Ealing....
Nicko

A Northolt resident is using his sporting prowess as a platform for helping others. Nicko Anderson, 23, reached the heady...

Finding and paying for a parking space is about to become even easier for those living and working in Ealing....
Anthony Bennett, giving motivational talks at Greenford High

It was Children’s Mental Health Week in February; and school students were told a true tale of how resilience and...

People caught illegally and irresponsibly dropping rubbish on the borough’s streets are set to be hit with larger fines from...

To mark International Women's Month, Gunnersbury Park and Museum is hosting two talks - and a tour - this Saturday...
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