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African elephant

School pupils are doing their bit to boost the borough’s impressive recycling rates – recycling so many tonnes of material...
High school admissions applications are due in soon

Applications for children to start high school in our borough are now being received. If your child was born between...
Supanja Pueaboonmak-Davies, apprentice

September sees the start of the annual ‘100 in 100’ campaign run by the council’s Ealing Apprenticeship Network. Where else...
John Power was helped by the council's handyperson service

The council’s handyperson service carries out simple jobs around the home such as fitting smoke alarms, changing lightbulbs and unblocking...

This is Alex Wilson-Cankaya, whose artistic skills have won his school a prize. His design for a bookmark is being...
Volunteers are the half marathon in 2016

In just a month's time, Ealing Half Marathon returns. On the last Sunday in September the borough's streets will once again...
Joanna Gluchowska gained work through council scheme WEST

When we met Joanna she was about to head to the O2 Arena to work at a Queen concert; an...
Mount Carmel Primary School has help from Brentford FC with its PE

Being physically active is a crucial part of a healthy lifestyle and forming the habit young can set the tone...
James DeGale at the opening of Powerday Hooks Amateur Boxing Club in Acton

Since the dust settled after the local elections in May, your ward councillors have been busy over the summer finding...
Janpal Basran in Southall Park using the oudoor gym equipment - Let's Go Southall programme is under way

The smallest things can make a huge difference to your health and being more active now could drastically improve your...
Chris Mepham of Brentford FC celebrates scoring a goal

Take part in our competition and you will have the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets to...
Job search

“My husband put me in contact with the work club and that was the day that my life changed,” said...
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