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2016 (Page 2)

Year: 2016

New schemes are in place for private sector rental sector

New licensing for privately rented housing comes into force on New Year’s Day; and landlords should embrace the change, not...
Police and council safer communities officers

Your local ward forum is the perfect place to share any thoughts on crime or anti-social behaviour – and to...
Claire and Marisa in the transformed area in Stephenson Street, thanks to Transform Your Space

A community of railway cottages in an industrial heartland in Acton has transformed an urban space into a green haven,...
Over 50 table tennis club at Northolt Leisure Centre

Did you know local leisure centres run a wide range of popular sessions for people aged 50 and above? It...
King George during a visit to Perivale

Week 50 of Goodlet's diaries is swept along by the sensational news of the king's abdication and that his brother George...

I wrote recently about how pleased I was that Ealing's cinema was finally on its way after many twists and...
Primary school classroom

If your child was born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013 he or she will be due to...
Gunnersbury Park: The round pond being restored

Gunnersbury Park and its many historic buildings have been closed to the general public while a large and complex restoration...
Lucy Taylor and apprentice Katrina Pietersen at Pho restaurant in Ealing

For the fourth year running, a ‘100-in-100’ campaign run by the council’s Ealing Apprenticeship Network has been achieving pledges from...
Cyclist Andy Brathwaite

Cycling in winter brings its own magic: Crisp, clear days; perhaps the occasional snow shower; and the idea of a...
HS2 train - artists' impression

HS2, the high speed rail line planned to connect London with Birmingham, is due to have a station at Old Oak...
Christmas performers

Ealing Council wants to hear from talented musicians and performers interested in busking during the lead up to Christmas. Whether...
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