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Month: September 2020

Coronavirus update

A local walk-through coronavirus testing facility is to open at Featherstone Terrace Car Park in Southall to make it easier...
Applications for high school places

Applications for children due to start high school in September 2021 in our borough are now being received by Ealing...
Ealing's foster carer of the year Shakuntla Gittins

“I must be doing something right,” laughed a local foster carer who has been awarded an MBE for her services...
Business rates digital

Ealing businesses can manage their business rates bill whenever and wherever they want as it becomes the latest council service...
Kickstart work programme

A new, national Kickstart work programme has been set up. The scheme aims to give young people the best possible...
walking and cycling - active travel

Last week, our COVID-19 new cases in Ealing had doubled to 71 and we were the second highest in London...
Around Ealing magazine autumn 2020

Welcome to the autumn 2020 edition of Around Ealing magazine. At the bottom of this page you can view or...
girl puts on face covering to keep Ealing safe

With coronavirus cases on the rise in Ealing, residents and business owners are reminded to continue to help keep Ealing...
Pitzhanger Manor exterior

Following its temporary closure because of COVID-19, Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery is reopening on Thursday (10 September), with a new...
Council apprentice Olivia Rooney – starting a job at Alec Reed Academy, Northolt

"It has put me in a good position to start a career,” said one resident of Ealing Council’s Work West...

The borough’s first ever School Streets are being unveiled this month as Ealing Council continues to work with local schools...
Social distancing measures, Mongas, clothing store, Southall

The coronavirus crisis has given local businesses huge challenges to overcome. But, although some things have changed, shopping is returning...
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