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Charity of William Hobbayne volunteer during coronavirus emergency
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A local 500-year-old charity has been playing a crucial role in helping the most vulnerable people in Hanwell during the...
Ealing open for business
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Since Monday (15 June), non-essential shops have been allowed to open again. This means that clothing, homeware and mobile phone...
discretionary grant funding
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From Thursday, 18 June, small businesses in Ealing will be able to apply for grants of up to £10,000 as...
Elderly man opens door
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Every year Carers Week is an opportunity to celebrate those caring for the most vulnerable in our community, and the...
Video from West Acton Primary school
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Schools across the borough have been welcoming children back to school over the last couple of weeks. The majority of...
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Youngsters in Acton have found a way to remain upbeat during  lockdown by focusing on music production. And they are planning to release an EP...
Councillor Binda Rai, running in Elthorne Park - get moving, keep active
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Although social distancing is a critical part of life now, and some sports are off-limits for the time being, there...
Money worries

Residents suffering financially because of COVID-19 are being urged not to struggle alone and to instead seek help with managing...
Mohamed Abduranman

“Everything turned around for me,” Mohamed told us after the help he received from the council in finding a job....
Social distancing measures for shoppers in Ealing Broadway
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Following the government’s announcement that non-essential shops can potentially reopen from 15 June, Ealing Council is working to ensure that...
Baseball cap with love your neighbour
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With the warm weather and lifting of restrictions many will want to use this opportunity to meet with their families...
Southall

The community in Southall has come together to help its most vulnerable to access food and support during COVID-19. The...
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