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LTNs are being trialled in the borough

26Nov
Ealing Council is set to start full enforcement of trial Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) measures from Monday 7 December 2020, it has been confirmed. With data showing the majority of contraventions to date coming from vehicles registered outside the borough,...
Ealing Town Hall
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Ealing Council has announced the renaming of part of Havelock Road in Southall to Guru Nanak Road. Following the decision by cabinet on 14 July to celebrate and commemorate the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, it has been decided to...
Lockdown 2.0 business grants
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Business grants are available during the current national lockdown 5 November - 2 December 2020. Local restrictions support grant Businesses in Ealing that are ratepayers and had to close their doors due to the lockdown 2.0 restrictions can apply for...
Kanika Gangwani started working as a teaching assistant at West Twyford Primary School after completing two adult learning courses
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The coronavirus pandemic is not only proving a risk to people’s health, but also to their livelihoods and job prospects. If this means you, then the council may be able to provide you with some...
Primary school classroom
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If your child was born between 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017, he or she will be due to start primary school in September 2021 – and applications for pupil places are being received....
10k challenge for Ealing Foodbank
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Ealing Foodbank was at the forefront of the community coalition Ealing Together, along with Ealing Council and many other local groups, as our borough responded to the coronavirus emergency this year. Now, there is a...
Father Gerard Mitchell of Help for Southall Street Homeless
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“The impact of homelessness on our community is really quite immense”, according to Father Gerard Mitchell. As someone who works every day to support rough sleepers in Southall, he is concerned that the benefits gained...
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...
Coronavirus update
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We are now two weeks into national lockdown and there is a lot of speculation this week about whether the government will relax COVID restrictions over the festive period and what subsequent lockdown measures have...