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Month: May 2018

New parents often complain that they are given contradictory advice when they are coping with the many challenges a baby...
Dementia Friends- Cancer Research Greenford

A range of events are being held that offer you the chance to learn how you might be able to help the...

The sixth Hanwell Hootie at the weekend (12 May) was a huge hit once more, despite the unfriendly weather, and...
Deliveries by barge on Grand Union Canal, at Southall Waterside development

In a link between past and present, barges are being used to carry deliveries down the Grand Union Canal to one...
8.An awaking, stretching fox in an Acton garden, by Sheryl Hall

This image of a waking, stretching fox in an Acton garden was voted by residents as their winner of our...

The Hanwell Hootie 2018 takes over town tomorrow (Saturday, 12 May) and highly rated duo Rews will start the music...

The supermarket chain Tesco has been hit with a £1.6 million fine for health and safety failures in its Tesco...
Josh Widdicombe

Ealing Comedy Festival is back for its 25th consecutive year with a stellar line-up of internationally renowned comedians and homegrown...
Careers, new skills and apprenticeships on offer

A jobs fair to be held at Ealing Town Hall on Thursday, 24 May will help local people find work...
Walk to school challenge

Thousands of Ealing children are signing up to a challenge to walk to school this May. From 14 to 25 May, pupils...

We are just a few days away from the sixth Hanwell Hootie this Saturday (12 May) and one of the...

You can vote now for your winner of our third Seasons of Ealing photo competition. Entries closed at the end of Friday (4 May). We...
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