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Month: November 2019

Gunnersbury Park is going top of the league when it comes to football facilities with the opening in the new...
Junior Travel Ambassadors at training and fun day event

This autumn pupils came together from across the borough to learn about road safety and to train to become Junior...
Acton Library

The old Acton Library building could be transformed into a cultural hub for the community that will include a cinema...

Artists, businesses and the local community have come together to launch Acton Unframed – an ambitious grassroots project to bring...
Acton Gardens

Council housing is celebrating an important milestone. Last July saw the 100th anniversary of the Addison Act, which led to...
Kanika Gangwani started working as a teaching assistant at West Twyford Primary School after completing two adult learning courses

“I felt very professional by the end of the course. It gives you that edge,” said a resident who has...
Mayfield Primary School STAR scheme case study

This autumn, 10 more schools joined up to the borough’s STARS programme, bringing the total of accredited schools up to...

World Car Free Day might be over for another year, but one lucky family has been given the chance to...
Garages are available to hire

Revamped garages are now available to hire all over the borough, offering a convenient parking or storage option at competitive...
Police and council officers chatting to trader in Southall during the operation

Ealing Council has recommitted to funding additional police officers for the next three years to ensure Ealing is a great...
Young flag bearers at Ealing War Memorial service on Remembrance Sunday 2016

Members of the public are invited to join councillors and council staff who will be observing a two-minute silence outside...
World Diabetes Day is on 14 November each year

It is World Diabetes Day on 14 November and a local group is helping people to cope with the daily...
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