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People using North Acton Underground Station or visiting the surrounding area are set to benefit from brand new green spaces,...
Elections 2018
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The local elections will be held on 3 May, and Ealing Council is reminding residents who have moved address in...
Group cycle training
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Gain confidence on your bicycle, with our new free group cycle training. The sessions which are being introduced on a...
Andrea, Sunny and Ann Marie have signed up as Get Moving volunteers
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EalingNewsExtra have selected three volunteers who wanted to step up to a Get Moving challenge. For many of us, fitting...
Hands in hopital
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Thousands of people across Ealing and Hammersmith and Fulham have voiced their objection to the NHS proposals to spend £300million...
Ealing Youth Orchestra
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Ealing is one of 22 London boroughs currently vying for the chance to become Borough of Culture. And two local...
Marcella Phelan and Councillor Dheer have been recognised in New Year Honours list
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Two of Ealing Council’s leading lights were recognised in the Queen’s 2018 New Year Honours list. Councillor Ranjit Dheer, the...
Tony Allen
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The first headliners for the 2018 Ealing Summer Festival have been announced today (23 January), for the blues and jazz...
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Gunnersbury Park is entering a new era as ambitious plans for brand new sports facilities and painstakingly restored heritage are...
Solace Centre
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“Solace is not just about having a laugh and a cup of tea; it is much more than that,” insisted...
Cycle safety - driver passing too close to a cyclist
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Police in Ealing are continuing to run a safety operation to highlight the dangers faced by cyclists as a result...
Matt Cribb, business owner, who has benefited from the council's smart business grants
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Meet Matt Cribb. He is one of the business owners in the borough to have taken advantage of a smart...
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