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The Great British Spring Clean (GBSC) is back for another year and events are taking place across Ealing to help...
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Residents in Ealing can now use a new app to quickly and easily access all manner of information about recycling...
It's our NHS not yours
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Ealing Council is calling on residents to show their support for the Save Our Hospitals campaign by attending a public...
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Local people can have their say on a proposed foot and cycle bridge on Merrick Road in Southall at an...
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Ealing Council and local leisure provider Everyone Active are encouraging local people to make a splash in the annual, national...
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Residents can access the borough’s online library services through the council website. You can now log on to www.ealing.gov.uk/libraries to complete all...
Mobike expands in Ealing
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There will soon be 2,000 Mobike 'smart bikes' across the borough after the company decided to expand its presence in...
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The decision has been taken to bring Ealing library service back under direct control of Ealing Council. This move will...
Proposed Safe Zone in Ealing
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Ealing Council is asking for views on a proposed Safe Zone outside the Marie Stopes clinic on Mattock Lane. The...
Caroline Sheridan, London Underground’s director of renewals and enhancements; Councillor Mahfouz; Gordon Deuchars, policy and campaigns manager at Age UK London; and David Muir, chaimanr of Age UK Ealing
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Commuters in the borough are set to benefit from greater accessibility and step-free access at four local Tube stations, it...
Ealing Town Hall
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Ealing Council’s cabinet members have agreed to undertake a public consultation on a potential Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) around...
Squeeze on the budget
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Protecting the borough’s most vulnerable residents is at the heart of budget plans agreed by Ealing Council’s cabinet last night...
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