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Coronavirus update

18Sep
New cases of COVID continue to go up, unfortunately, in Ealing, across the capital and the country, says Ealing Council leader Julian Bell in his latest video (above). For the week up until 13 September we've had 100 new cases...
Equality Commission
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Ealing Council has announced the establishment of a new independent race equality commission for the borough, which will recommend ways the council can act to reduce inequality in the borough. The 12-person commission, which will be led by an independent...
Pitzhanger Manor exterior
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Open House is happening this weekend, 19 and 20 September. Although, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is a little different this year. It will be more digital and in the shape of outdoor tours because of government guidance on...
Elderly man thinking
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This year, it is especially important to get the flu vaccine. Many people who are most vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19 are also at risk from the flu. Take this opportunity to protect yourself...
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The government's announcement about the change in rules to allow only groups of six people together, either outside or inside, from this Monday onwards are a result of new COVID-19 cases going up across the...
School Streets opening
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After much preparation and anticipation, the first ever Ealing School Streets have opened. Perivale Primary and St John Fisher Catholic Primary were the first to have permanent School Streets, but there are 14 additional, temporary...
Coronavirus update
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A local walk-through coronavirus testing facility is to open at Featherstone Terrace Car Park in Southall to make it easier for people to get a test for coronavirus.  Anyone with coronavirus symptoms (fever, cough, loss/change...
Pitzhanger Manor exterior
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Following its temporary closure because of COVID-19, Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery is reopening on Thursday (10 September), with a new exhibition on the artist Hogarth. A number of measures have been introduced to make sure...
Coronavirus update
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New cases of COVID continue to go up, unfortunately, in Ealing, across the capital and the country, says Ealing Council leader Julian Bell in his latest video (above). For the week up until 13 September...