Features (Page 31)


Officers talking to people with drink in a public park

A six-week public consultation began on 14 November, asking residents what they think of Ealing Council putting a legal order...
Ealing cinema ground breaking

Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, joined Tony Pidgley, chair of the Berkeley Group, and Holly Smallman, from Picturehouse...
Four of the apprentices working on Havelock estate through Catalyst

The first phase of a dramatic overhaul of Havelock estate in Southall is almost complete and it has seen local...
Brentside High School pupils developed a walking app

Pupils in Hanwell have developed an ‘app’ for mobile phones that has successfully encouraged others to walk to and from...
New schemes are in place for private sector rental sector

New licensing for privately rented housing comes into force on New Year’s Day; and landlords should embrace the change, not...
Police and council safer communities officers

Your local ward forum is the perfect place to share any thoughts on crime or anti-social behaviour – and to...
Claire and Marisa in the transformed area in Stephenson Street, thanks to Transform Your Space

A community of railway cottages in an industrial heartland in Acton has transformed an urban space into a green haven,...
Over 50 table tennis club at Northolt Leisure Centre

Did you know local leisure centres run a wide range of popular sessions for people aged 50 and above? It...
Primary school classroom

If your child was born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013 he or she will be due to...
Gunnersbury Park: The round pond being restored

Gunnersbury Park and its many historic buildings have been closed to the general public while a large and complex restoration...
Lucy Taylor and apprentice Katrina Pietersen at Pho restaurant in Ealing

For the fourth year running, a ‘100-in-100’ campaign run by the council’s Ealing Apprenticeship Network has been achieving pledges from...
Cyclist Andy Brathwaite

Cycling in winter brings its own magic: Crisp, clear days; perhaps the occasional snow shower; and the idea of a...
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