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February (Page 2)

Month: February 2020

Houses

Free money sounds too good to be true, but if you’re an Ealing landlord and are considering making some home...

Ealing Council is proud to bring the Great British Spring Clean (GBSC) back to the borough for another year.The country’s...
Youth fashion show at Gunnersbury Park Museum. Photograph by Jayne Lloyd

A free fashion exhibition at Gunnersbury Park Museum runs for another week – and gives you the chance to see...
New online account. Man working on laptop

Ealing Council’s new-look, personalised, online My Account is the quickest way to manage your council tax and housing benefits. Council...
Construction firm Adams Renovations has taken on two apprentices for the first time

“The process of recruiting an apprentice couldn’t have been easier,” said Artjom Aleksandridis, managing director of construction firm Adam Renovations,...

Ealing Council’s ongoing commitment to tree-planting and greening has been awarded prestigious Tree Cities of the World status. Ealing is one...
Brian and Charles Medlicott with Harold's wartime trunk

A trunk belonging to a local First World War hero, with a story worthy of Hollywood, has been successfully reunited...

School children are perfecting their scooting skills with training in Ealing. Training gives children the skills and experience to scoot...

A bench has been set aside on Ealing Green to encourage residents to talk to each other – and to...
OWL and Neighbourhood Watch are looking for volunteers

A Neighbourhood Watch network called OWL is looking to spread its wings and attract more volunteers to join its efforts...

There are 200 on-street electric vehicle charging points (EVCP) currently powering up across the borough, giving residents easier access to...
Ealing Town Hall

Plans by Ealing Council to invest more than £14million into local services, while balancing the council’s budget, were agreed by...
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