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Month: December 2017

Boy in Ealing recycling food waste

No matter where you and your family stand on the great Brussels sprouts debate, it’s safe to say that a...

The council is set to receive up to £6.5 million to create a safer environment for pedestrians and cyclists after...

As plans progress to redevelop the council’s Perceval House site in Uxbridge Road, its staff have been preparing for the...
Appointment with a GP. You can see your pharmacist first

With the weather having turned colder, and even snow appearing, people are recommended to seek advice from their pharmacist at the...
Christmas tree at Southall Waterside

A 24-foot Christmas tree has been unveiled in Southall, accompanied by an evening of carols and traditional fare; and the winners...
Bathroom at Alton Court, Copley, Hanwell

When it comes to housing you would be forgiven for thinking the council’s role was limited to allocating council homes,...

Ealing Council is reminding residents that collection days for recycling and rubbish will change over the Christmas period. Refuse and...
Don and Suzanne Tanswell in the new forest school in Acton

A recent celebration at a scout hut may have gone unnoticed by people outside of one part of Acton, but...

The festive season can often be an indulgent time for all - whether it is splashing the cash on gifts...
Christmas scene in Ealing Broadway

Our second Seasons of Ealing photo competition is now open. Entries were being accepted from Friday (1 December) and have...
Interior shot of the shipping container homes

Shipping containers have been ingeniously transformed into homes as part of a new block of temporary housing for people and...
Father Christmas at Acton fair

It is Small Business Saturday tomorrow (2 December), when the whole country will be encouraged to do their shopping locally. In...
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