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August

Month: August 2019

European Union flag

Among the people making a huge contribution to our community are around 55,000 residents who were originally from other countries...
John Power was helped by the council's handyperson service

Ealing Council is focused on supporting residents to stay in their own homes and keep their independence, a move that...
Mental health first aid in schools

Teachers are being trained to help them recognise and respond to the early warning signs of mental health problems in...
High school admissions applications are due in soon

This September represents the 80th anniversary of the start of the Second World War. It is also the month when...
Council budget - funding from government cut by almost two thirds

A team of experts is helping the council spend in a smarter way - and protecting frontline services by doing...
Future Ealing

Ealing Council’s chief executive, Paul Najsarek, will visit ward forums this autumn and winter to update residents on the council’s...
High school admissions

Applications can soon be submitted for children to start high school in our borough. If your child was born between...
Magdalena Rutkowska found help through a work club

Finding work can be difficult but there is help out there and, as one resident explained, it can change your...

An innovative new ‘turbo-style’ roundabout has been completed at a busy junction on the border between Southall and Northolt, improving...
Around Ealing Autumn 2019 front cover

Welcome to the autumn 2019 edition of Around Ealing magazine. As is traditional with the magazine at this time of...
Debaere bakery and patisserie in Perivale

A ‘fantastic’ package of free training and mentoring offered by the council has helped small, local companies to grow, including...
Apprentice Syeda is training as a nursery nurse, with the help of Ealing Apprenticeship Network

“If you are thinking about doing an apprenticeship – go for it,” is the recommendation of apprentice Syeda. The council’s...
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