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10Nov
If you look on the Ealing War Memorial outside Pitzhanger Manor you will see, among the list of names of...

10Nov
The First World War was a story of triumphs and tragedies and this tale of a local man embodies both,...

09Nov
A new branch of Waitrose has arrived in Acton 110 years after the business itself was born in the very...

09Nov
Since at least the 18th Century there had been an annual fair on Ealing Green. It was a three-day event...

08Nov
A local soldier has been recognised in Ealing, almost a century after his death. Herbert Crook, known as Harry, died while...

05Nov
Just overlooking Acton Park are several large houses in Centre Avenue. In October 1962, one of these, named Accacia, was bought...

05Nov
From medieval estate, to Victorian garden parties and collections of Rembrandt paintings, and eventually a health centre…an old home in...

03Nov
Between August-November 1940, the Battle of Britain raged over our skies, during a critical early phase of the Second World...

03Nov
Southall Market has recently undergone a change, with the town’s new car park altering its lay-out. Gates have gone up...

02Nov
A plaque has been unveiled in Acton on the site of the former house of the late singer and actor...

02Nov
In the morning of 5 August 1936 Linford Derrick, a tennis coach, entered Ealing Police Station and declared that he...
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02Nov
An exhibition at Gunnersbury Park tells the stories of the importance of soldiers from India to the eventual Allied victory...
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