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Month: November 2015

Dr Jonathan Oates looks at how this much discussed battle in Europe touched our own area 200 years ago. This...

Originally serialised by us between August 2014 and March 2015, in five instalments, to mark the 100th anniversary of the...

A second soldier who died in the First World War has been recognised in Ealing almost a century after his...

Well, she was a rather unusual and special woman for her time: Acton’s first female councillor – and first woman...

From wasp-infested cricket games, to pony races and local gentry, the fascinating diary of a famous US president has been...

A hundred years ago a riot took place in Acton, during the First World War. During the First World War,...

On 27 January 2015 it will be the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi’s nefarious Auschwitz concentration camp....

If you look on the Ealing War Memorial outside Pitzhanger Manor you will see, among the list of names of...

The First World War was a story of triumphs and tragedies and this tale of a local man embodies both,...

A new branch of Waitrose has arrived in Acton 110 years after the business itself was born in the very...

Since at least the 18th Century there had been an annual fair on Ealing Green. It was a three-day event...

A local soldier has been recognised in Ealing, almost a century after his death. Herbert Crook, known as Harry, died while...
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