Articles Posted by Phillip Brent

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Ealing Apprenticeship Network

Ealing’s finest apprentices were celebrated as part of the Apprenticeship Network Awards on Wednesday, 15 November at Ealing Town Hall....
Online shopping for presents

With Black Friday fast-approaching and a host of retailers already releasing sales, Ealing shoppers are being urged to stay safe...
Local cultural groups support Ealing's Borough of Culture bid.

Artists and organisations that already help shape the local cultural landscape have been heavily supporting the council’s bid to become...
London Living Wage Week

Ealing Council is welcoming the increase in UK and London rates announced by the Living Wage Foundation as part of...

Residents are encouraged to be careful when travelling around the borough as the days are quickly becoming shorter and colder...
Cycling safety vital for Council

Cycling campaigners took to the streets on Saturday (28 October) to voice their concerns about safety on Ealing’s roads. The...
An artist's impression of the cycle superhighway

Ealing residents are being encouraged to have their say on plans for a new cycle superhighway, linking two neighbouring boroughs....
Regeneration of former Acton Library

Ealing Council's cabinet will be asked to review plans and to consider uses for the old Acton library site next...
Solace Mental Health Centre reopening

The Solace Centre recently reopened its doors in West Ealing to coincide with World Mental Health Day. The centre and...
Alleys in Acton under proposal to have gates installed as part of a Public Spaces Protection Order.

Ealing Council is seeking the views of residents after proposing to install alley gates in a number of footpaths across...