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Adoption. By Anna Kolosyuk, via Unsplash

14Oct
Adoption in London could be a bit of a ‘postcode lottery’ in the past but a new agency approach is bringing together groups of councils to work together under one roof. Its new head of service promises it should prove...
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Looking for work, a career change or an apprenticeship opportunity? Visit the Ealing Borough Jobs Fair on Thursday, 17 October and find out more. You can meet with employers and find out about roles in the public sector, administration, finance,...
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Residents at a Hanwell estate will benefit from a bike hire membership to encourage more people to take up cycling and leave their cars at home. Ealing Council has joined forces with Brompton Bike Hire to offer a free premium...
Workshop for young carers with Brentford FC's psychologist. World Mental Health Day
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As World Mental Health Day is marked across the country this week, a professional sports psychologist ran a wellbeing workshop for local, young carers. They discussed ways to cope with the day-to-day mental and emotional...
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Ealing has the second-lowest number of adult smokers in London, according to Public Health England figures. Despite these promising figures, more than 23,900 people in the borough still smoke. That’s why the Stoptober campaign, which...
Autumn - Street sweepers clearing away fallen leaves
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Autumn is upon us and in the days to come, we can all expect crisper days, shorter nights and beautiful foliage across the borough’s parks and gardens.This, of course also brings plenty of falling leaves...
garden waste: your cuttings collected
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Whether you are an expert in horticulture, keen on growing a few vegetables for the table, or just enjoy being out amongst plants and flowers on the weekend – we can all agree that gardening...
Ancient Egyptian statue. Photo by Igor-Konakov (Unsplash)
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Ealing Council's libraries are working in collaboration with Black History Studies to present a series of three talks that are all free to attend during Black History Month in October. They start with a talk...
High school admissions applications are due in soon
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This September represents the 80th anniversary of the start of the Second World War. It is also the month when thousands of children and young people in our borough start the new academic year, whether at school or college. How...