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October (Page 2)

Month: October 2018

Walpole Park

The borough’s beautiful parks and green spaces have struck gold in the London in Bloom Awards for a fifth year...

If you enjoy history, horticulture, education or events, there are many volunteering opportunities at Gunnersbury Park and Museum. The spectacular...
First World War soldiers

Tens of thousands of local men served in the armed forces in the First World War. At least three of them were...
Greenford High School CyberMentors

Following the launch of Greenford High School's CyberMentorPLUS project to tackle cyberbullying, several school and community groups across Ealing have...

Ealing's very own business expo is back to give you the chance to find out what is happening in the...

Nature lovers and visitors to Walpole Park braved the rain last Saturday (6 October) to see a showcase of the...

Residents and visitors in West Ealing may have noticed some exciting new features on the street this autumn. Parklets have...
Abandoned cars

Cars dumped on the borough’s streets are unsightly and inconvenient for residents – but, surprisingly, only a small percentage of...
Alec Reed Mental Health Champions

World Mental Health Day is tomorrow (Wednesday, 10 October) and, in our borough, a #HelloYellow campaign will be supported. This...
Ealing War Memorial

Three of my relatives fought and died on the western front in the First World War. It is commonly used...

This year’s Recycling Week was marked in the borough with a pop-up event packed with advice and information for residents...
Houses in snow. Copyright Mark Hemsworth (used with permission of Green Deal)

Want to save energy and cut your fuel bills? But worried about staying warm in the winter? A free service...
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