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The big top has left Walpole Park and the long summer days are fading fast, but this year’s Ealing Summer...
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A new horticultural centre should open on Horsenden Hill in the spring, selling organic food and flowers and a popular vintage...
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An unusual addition to the school curriculum arrived at Mayfield Primary last month, with finger- printing, first aid and phonetic alphabets,...
Yvonne and Geoffrey
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A little-known scheme that gives support to adults with learning disabilities within a family home is looking for more carers...
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The mayor looked on when students from Featherstone High School enjoyed cycling at Lee Valley VeloPark during its second annual...
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Trees need a bit of attention from time to time, and there are tens of thousands of them in our...
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Urban foxes are a common sight and sound these days, particularly during the mating season when the unnerving call of...
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Bollywood and bhangra were combined with dancing and healthy living advice on a day of free fun in Southall over...
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The mayor of Ealing attended as a new running club was officially launched in Southall. Southall Running Club was set...
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A headteacher has praised a member of staff who has left her school to pursue a 'noble adventure' for charity...
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Libraries in our borough are among the first in the UK to link up with LEGO to provide fun, educational...
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As featured in Around Ealing magazine, the story of how a family changed their home to make it dramatically more...
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