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Month: November 2018

Today (Friday) is Carers’ Rights Day. Around 1,800 carers are supported by Ealing Council and we spoke to two of...
Amelia and Fizza are doing apprenticeships at Tudor Primary School

Did you know that the council’s Ealing Apprenticeship Network has helped local businesses set up more than 600 apprenticeships in...

Thousands of residents turned out on Saturday, 24 November, to welcome the festive season and be part of the official...
l-r Cllr Dhami, Tsinehana Asefeha, Eyob Tesfazghi, Carolyn Fair

A couple who have been fostering for Ealing since 2012, have been named Ealing Council’s Foster Carers of the Year,...
Ealing Town Hall lit red

Ealing Town Hall will be lit red on Saturday, 1 December, demonstrating Ealing Council’s support for World AIDS Day. Sexual...
Picture 8 Scotch Common avenue of trees in snow by Imran Malik

We are opening our sixth successive seasonal photo competition on 1 December – with the winner again being selected by...
Christmas tree

Ealing Council is helping residents get the new year off to a green start with a number of options available...
Around Ealing magazine December 2018

Welcome to the December 2018 edition of Around Ealing magazine. As you can see in the interactive or PDF versions...

Whether you want to step back in time for an afternoon or bring the whole family along for creative crafts,...

A Southall landlord has been slapped with an enormous fine for repeatedly ignoring council orders to stop letting so-called ‘beds...
South Acton estate art

A huge bird of prey, sea creatures, bright colours, historical murals; South Acton is brighter than ever thanks to an...
St John Fisher Catholic Primary School exhibition: Shirley Sexton, year 6 teacher and head of English and art; pupils from years 5, 6, 4, and 3; and Christina Urbanski, year 4 teacher and head of humanities.

A school in Perivale held two weeks of activities themed around the First World War to commemorate the centenary anniversary...
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