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The Wonderland Collective at Acton's new pop-up shop
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With Valentine’s Day approaching, and Mother’s Day on the horizon, you may discover the perfect gift can be found at...
Sara Nathan, Julian Bell and refugee G at Sara's home
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Our borough has always been hospitable to refugees – to people fleeing war and persecution – and now is no...
Fruit in community orchard
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Members of the public can join in and help a project take root when a second community orchard is planted...
Artist's impression of Copley Castle Bar
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Residents can see plans for the latest phase of the Copley Close redevelopment in Hanwell when they are revealed at...
Andrew Mcleay, Julian Bell, Jen Wadcote and Alan Simpson at the soup kitchen
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There is a very good reason why Ealing Soup Kitchen is holding a celebrity postcard auction in March: The drive...
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After setting up a successful course helping people for whom English is a second language ‘project manage’ their way into...
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With sales galore having taken place over the past few months many of us will be clearing out our old...
Sisters Kavinela and Kaninela Tharmakulasingam at Northolt Leisure Library
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A new arts club for children is starting this Saturday (7 January) and promises a wide range of fun activities...
Christmas tree
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What happens to your real Christmas tree once the fun is all over, and it is standing in the corner...
Julian Bell visiting Weird Beard brewery, a Living Wage employer
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Businesses can benefit from a business rate discount as part of Ealing Council’s commitment to ensure local workers are better...
Boy in Ealing recycling food waste
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Across the UK, it is estimated that we generate around 30% more waste over Christmas and surprisingly most of it...
Laura Forsyth, best dressed window winner Acton 2016
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Acton’s traders got especially creative recently for a best dressed shop window Christmas competition. The stores were lit up by...
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