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Month: November 2016

King Edward VII Bridge, Kew

Goodlet takes a stroll to Kew Bridge (pictured) in week 48 while the march to war speeds up a notch...
Greenford Green artist's impression

There are a host of plans and projects taking shape that will capitalise on improved transport links from Crossrail and...
Father Christmas at Acton fair

There are lots of events planned for the run-up to Christmas in our local town centres and shopping areas; and...
Kingdom Security patrol

Hundreds of people have been caught littering, spitting and dog-fouling since Ealing Council took a tough stance and made use of...
Fly-tipping enforcement team

There is a dedicated taskforce out on the streets of the borough clearing up fly-tipping reported to the council...and also...
Map of West Ealing showing the PSPO area, as per the consultation. Contains OS data © Crown copyright and database right 2016

The council is considering a proposal aimed at improving the quality of life for residents in West Ealing by making...
Child obesity is being debated

Karen’s reaction when her seven-year old son was invited to join a child weight management programme at his school was...
Trolleybus in action

Week 47 of Goodlet's diary is one of contrasts: Admiring the new trolley buses along the Uxbridge Road (pictured) while...
Ealing cinema site

Since I became leader of the council in May 2010 I have looked out of my office window and seen...
Serial killer John Christie

John Christie had been killing for years when women’s corpses were finally uncovered at his house in 1953 – hidden...
Muskan Ratti, young cricketer who won a national award

A Southall schoolgirl has won a national cricket award and been praised as being the ‘driving force’ behind the sport...
Alexander Goodlet

Week 46 sees Armistice Day being commemorated and Goodlet remembers the day itself when the First World War ended and...
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