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December (Page 2)

Month: December 2018

Christmas travel disruptions

Over the festive period Network Rail will be making upgrades affecting travel from Paddington and stations across Ealing. Western Route...
High Lane estate CGI

Residents of an Ealing estate have overwhelmingly backed council plans to rebuild their neighbourhood, marking the first time a mandatory...

The government has cut Ealing Council’s funding by 64%. This means that for every pound that the council used to...
Wood End Primary School council members in front of new solar panels

Schools are becoming partially powered by the sun, thanks to a solar power scheme which has involved the coming together...
Guy Ritchie - picture by Kathy Hutchins

Hello again film buffs. I’m very sorry for the year-long hiatus. Ealing has been brimming with filming for TV and...
Watch your waste/waist this Christmas

An indulgent festive season can be bad for your waist line, but it is not always a great thing for...

Lovebox and Citadel Festivals will be returning to Gunnersbury Park next year following the success of the 2018 music festivals...
OWL volunteers

Since it was set up in June, the OWL network has found missing children, stopped scams and helped police gather...
Social workers running scam prevention session

More people tend to fall prey to scams in the build-up to Christmas. An event being hosted by Age UK...
Talk Future Ealing - summer 2018

Government cuts and a huge increase in demand for social care mean the way public services are delivered must change...
Junction of Packington Road and Palmerston Road, Acton Gardens (formerly South Acton estate)

Ealing is building more council homes than any other London authority. In total, the council aims to provide 2,500 new,...
Ealing Town Hall

Ealing Council’s cabinet will meet next week (Tuesday 11 December) to discuss proposals to close a £57 million gap in...
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