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road barrier with banner school streets

30Oct
The borough’s first School Streets are set to be unveiled to pupils, teachers and parents as they return from half-term next week. The schemes, designed to discourage through traffic and parking issues around local schools, giving young people even more...
Wreath of poppies
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The Mayor of Ealing, Councillor Doctor Abdullah Gulaid, will be leading the Ealing Council annual Remembrance Sunday memorial service. The event will be on Sunday, 8 November from 10.50am until 11.20am. It will take place at the war memorial on...
green for halloween
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Halloween 2020 is going to be a bit different as we all work to follow the COVID-19 rules and maintain social-distancing, but we can also do our bit for the environment by minimising the amount of food waste produced during...
Cargo bike courier John Hernandez (from Cycling Instructor) and Helen Burton from local business Juniper
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Ealing Council is now offering a free cargo bike delivery service for businesses within the Ealing Broadway, West Ealing and Northfield areas, on a trial basis – to help in the build-up to Christmas. A...
Help for people and businesses
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A series of measures have been recently announced to help people, businesses and the economy in the coming winter months. Job Support Scheme A new Job Support Scheme will be introduced from 1 November 2020...
Autumn - Street sweepers clearing away fallen leaves
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Autumn is underway and at this time of year we face the task of clearing leaves from our 26,000 street trees – which is why Ealing Council’s street-sweeping teams will be tackling the seasonal increase...
Ealing Foodbank's warehouse in Hanwell
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Ealing Council is offering food vouchers to children eligible for free school meals to cover the autumn half term period. To get the vouchers, which are worth £15 per child, families need to fill in...
Jamaican men in London 1950s
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October is national Black History Month. The borough has a proud tradition of diversity and people from many backgrounds have settled here. In the 1950s the black community was, however, not particularly large. In 1958...
Ealing Town Hall
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I want to begin by offering my sincere condolences to the family and friends of the two people who were tragically killed in the explosion in King Street, Southall, earlier this week.Thanks to the emergency...