Features (Page 36)


Repairing a road

Nearly £4.3million is being spent on renewing the borough’s roads and footpaths in this financial year 2016/17. Every year, Ealing...
Trimming in the garden

With the warmer months of the year upon us, you need to keep an eye on the growth of your...
Preeti King, cycling in Southall Park

“Riding changed my life, my health, and keeps me active and fit,” said Preeti King who took up cycling in...

Ealing Council is funding a project helping people with long-term health conditions improve their lives through volunteering. You may be...
Community toilet scheme

Several businesses in Greenford and Hanwell are paid to allow shoppers to use their toilets – and now the council...
Meerkat at Bunny Park

Brent Lodge Animal Centre, often called the Bunny Park, is tucked away in Brent River Park, Hanwell. Home to more...
Members of Neighbourly Care in Southall

Loneliness can have a huge impact on a person’s health, which is why Ealing Council has pledged to work with...
Comedian Andy Parsons

Andy Parsons takes his biting satire to the stage at the Ealing Comedy Festival in July – and you could...
Liam Barber, Innov8 apprentice taken on with the help of Ealing Apprenticeship Network

“It has worked so nicely and it was almost like having a personalised service come in and help,” said Matt...

There is a good chance you have played football before; and you may have had a go at golf. But...
Ealing Swim Club at Gurnell Leisure Centre

Sport in the borough should have a bright future thanks to investment of more than £65million in new facilities. In...
Keith Dowling of Post and Packing, which is a Living Wage employer

“I have done low-paid retail jobs in the past so I know what it’s like to struggle,” said Keith Dowling,...
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