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17Oct
We have all seen blue plaques on walls all over London. They commemorate and record where a well-known or historically significant...

16Oct
Dwellings for the ‘elderly’, called almshouses, existed in most English villages and towns from the Middle Ages to the 20th...

12Oct
John Christie had been killing for years when women’s corpses were finally found at his house in Notting Hill in...

12Oct
Most people have heard of Ealing Studios, even if they know nothing else about Ealing. Not so well-known is its equivalent...

05Oct
When Hanwell Carnival takes place on Saturday, 19 June, it will be the 50th consecutive year it has been held....

04Oct
With the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton drawing close, it seems timely to take a look at the...

04Oct
Sixty years ago, Timothy Evans was hanged at Pentonville Prison for murdering his own daughter, Geraldine. However, just three years...

02Oct
In 1989, an episode of Dr Who on television featured a walled mansion in Perivale and a reptilian lord of...
Yvonne and Geoffrey

02Oct
A little-known scheme that gives support to adults with learning disabilities within a family home is looking for more carers...

02Oct
The mayor looked on when students from Featherstone High School enjoyed cycling at Lee Valley VeloPark during its second annual...

01Oct
Almost everybody who has looked into their family’s British roots in the 19th Century will be very familiar with using...

01Oct
The theme ‘shop local’ is not a new one. Readers of Ealing Illustrated in 1893 were introduced to the concept....
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