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Street sweepers clearing away fallen leaves
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Sweeping teams have been taking to the streets this week - and will continue over the coming weeks - to tackle...
March to Ealing War Memorial at last year's remembrance service
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On Armistice Day (11 November), and on Remembrance Sunday (13 November) the country will stop to commemorate the sacrifice of...
Winners St Vincent’s Catholic Primary from West Acton with players Arthur Ellis and Willie Ryan
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Around 400 local school children took part in a borough-wide tag rugby competition hosted by a top club. Ealing Trailfinders...
Ealing Swim Club at Gurnell
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A free swimming event is being put on this Saturday (15 October) for people with sight loss. It is an...
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A local music festival, which is just four years old, has been shortlisted for two national awards. The Hanwell Hootie...
W5 Food Market in front of Ealing Town Hall
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Try a taste of something new and enjoy the atmosphere of a family-friendly food market coming to Ealing from this...
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Knowing what to do if someone has a heart attack or nasty fall is one thing but would you know...
High school admissions applications are due in soon
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Applications for children to start high school in our borough are now being accepted. And help is available at a...
Benefits
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If you receive benefits, you may be affected by changes that come into force in November, which limit the amount...
Enjoying Acton Park
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Ealing has long been called ‘queen of the suburbs’ – not least because of its tree-lined streets and many parks....
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The leader of Ealing Council, Councillor Julian Bell, visited Crossrail tunnels under Tottenham Court Road on Tuesday, 13 September. He...
Councillor Patricia Walker, mayor of Ealing 2016-17
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As a toddler, the borough’s new mayor went out campaigning in a car with a megaphone in the north east...
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