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Month: June 2020

discretionary grant funding

From Thursday, 18 June, small businesses in Ealing will be able to apply for grants of up to £10,000 as...
Black Lives Matter protest. Photo by Gabe Pierce on Unsplash

So, following the Black Lives Matter protests that we've seen over the last week or so, and the mayor's decision...
Elderly man opens door

Every year Carers Week is an opportunity to celebrate those caring for the most vulnerable in our community, and the...
Video from West Acton Primary school

Schools across the borough have been welcoming children back to school over the last couple of weeks. The majority of...
Non-essential shops reopening - stay safe

As high streets and shops begin to reopen from Monday (15 June), residents are being reminded to continue to ‘stay...
Around Ealing coronavirus edition #3 June 2020

This special edition of Around Ealing is the third mini-issue related to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on local...
Counterfeit Sanitisers

Ealing Council’s trading standards team is working hard to protect consumers and safeguard businesses during the current COVID-19 crisis. Since...

Youngsters in Acton have found a way to remain upbeat during  lockdown by focusing on music production. And they are planning to release an EP...
Councillor Binda Rai, running in Elthorne Park - get moving, keep active

Although social distancing is a critical part of life now, and some sports are off-limits for the time being, there...

New, safer cycling measures for the borough have been announced by Ealing Council. This includes the introduction of segregated cycle...

A parking update has been issued by Ealing Council, now that the UK has begun easing out of lockdown, some...
Temporary one way of traffic on King St, Southall

From Monday, 8 June, King Street in Southall partially became one-way (southbound). This allows for wider pavements in the area,...
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