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20May
Ealing Council has progressed its efforts to meet the climate emergency by taking further steps to become more environmentally-friendly. In...
Social distancing

05May
Yesterday we heard the very sad news that another care worker had passed away, a manager of one of the...

01Apr
Following government guidance on COVID-19, this year’s Ealing Summer Festivals have been cancelled. Ealing Council has also made the difficult...
Non-essential businesses must close

31Mar
Following on from government advice surrounding the coronavirus emergency, it is important that certain 'non-essential' businesses and premises shut. Certain...

27Mar
While children will find it unusual being at home and not at school; some residents who have to self-isolate may...
Ealing Town Hall

18Mar
Following recent developments, we will all have very real concerns and worries about the potential impact of COVID-19 on our...

12Mar
The world famous Tate Modern played host to some incredibly talented young artists from Ealing.  Young people from Bollo Brook...

10Mar
Adopt London, the new organisation at the heart of fostering in London, has officially launched. The organisation brings together 23...

09Mar
Dean Gardens is going to be transformed so that it is safer, greener, and more enjoyable - and will include...

28Feb
A new group of residents and volunteers that has stepped up to manage Perivale Library has said it aims to...

27Feb
“We've had a huge response from the local community,” said one of the trustees of a new community group that...

26Feb
Ealing Council recently announced that residents and community groups have stepped up to manage several local libraries – including at...
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