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Month: May 2020

Social distancing

Over the weekend we heard the very sad news that one of our Ealing bus drivers, Ranjith Chandrapala, had passed...

Restrictions on many parts of daily life are continuing as we look to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It is...
After picture of Pitshanger path

Many of us have used lockdown as an opportunity to enjoy the cleaner air that much less traffic has provided...
GoodGym cropped

Ealing Council has awarded more than £200,000 in fixed grants to local charities and groups since late March as part...
Ealing cycleway public survey

We're now in the seventh week of lockdown and it has been an incredibly tough and difficult journey for everyone....
Davina and her son - Davina took on her first foster care placement during the coronavirus crisis

As Foster Care Fortnight approaches, Ealing Council welcomes on board a newly approved foster carer who has already taken on...
Social distancing

Yesterday we heard the very sad news that another care worker had passed away, a manager of one of the...
Recycling and rubbish collections are changing over Christmas

Local people are being encouraged to do their bit to minimise household waste during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Rubbish and...
Coping with grief bereavement death

Coping with grief after the death of a loved one, friend or colleague is an incredibly sad experience at any...
Bunting in a garden

Residents of Ealing are being encouraged to get involved in the national celebrations for VE Day 75 on Friday (8...
Child holding thank you on a chalk board

Ealing schools were quick to respond to the outbreak of coronavirus and the lockdown that came into place. The majority...
Braybrook and Britten

“We now have a plan,” one local business owner told us after it was given vital funding to help it...
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