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January (Page 2)

Month: January 2018

Marcella Phelan and Councillor Dheer have been recognised in New Year Honours list

Two of Ealing Council’s leading lights were recognised in the Queen’s 2018 New Year Honours list. Councillor Ranjit Dheer, the...
Tony Allen

The first headliners for the 2018 Ealing Summer Festival have been announced today (23 January), for the blues and jazz...

Gunnersbury Park is entering a new era as ambitious plans for brand new sports facilities and painstakingly restored heritage are...
Solace Centre

“Solace is not just about having a laugh and a cup of tea; it is much more than that,” insisted...
Cycle safety - driver passing too close to a cyclist

Police in Ealing are continuing to run a safety operation to highlight the dangers faced by cyclists as a result...
Ealing Town Hall

Ealing Council’s cabinet members have agreed to undertake a public consultation on a potential Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) around...
Matt Cribb, business owner, who has benefited from the council's smart business grants

Meet Matt Cribb. He is one of the business owners in the borough to have taken advantage of a smart...

Ealing Half Marathon is in the running to be declared the best half marathon in the UK for the fourth...
Mini London Marathon

The council is putting together a team of talented young athletes to represent Ealing at the Virgin Money Giving Mini...
Picture 8 Scotch Common avenue of trees in snow by Imran Malik

This image of a snowy avenue of trees near Scotch Common in Ealing was the picture you voted for as...

A major upgrade of Ealing’s street lights was recently completed which will see energy saving technology helping the council deliver...
Refrigerators being loaded into a container at Greenford Road Re-use and Recycling centre

It might be New Year but it’s never too early for a spring clean to clear out any clutter outstaying...
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