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2018 (Page 29)

Year: 2018

Libraries books

Residents can access the borough’s online library services through the council website. You can now log on to www.ealing.gov.uk/libraries to complete all...
Copley show flat

Alton Court, the latest phase of the council’s pioneering regeneration of Copley Close in Hanwell, has seen Copley shortlisted for...
Mobike expands in Ealing

There will soon be 2,000 Mobike 'smart bikes' across the borough after the company decided to expand its presence in...

Ealing and Hounslow councils have reached an agreement with Festival Republic to host the annual Lovebox and Citadel Festivals in...

People using North Acton Underground Station or visiting the surrounding area are set to benefit from brand new green spaces,...
Elections 2018

The local elections will be held on 3 May, and Ealing Council is reminding residents who have moved address in...

The decision has been taken to bring Ealing library service back under direct control of Ealing Council. This move will...
Group cycle training

Gain confidence on your bicycle, with our new free group cycle training. The sessions which are being introduced on a...
Proposed Safe Zone in Ealing

Ealing Council is asking for views on a proposed Safe Zone outside the Marie Stopes clinic on Mattock Lane. The...
Andrea, Sunny and Ann Marie have signed up as Get Moving volunteers

EalingNewsExtra have selected three volunteers who wanted to step up to a Get Moving challenge. For many of us, fitting...
Hands in hopital

Thousands of people across Ealing and Hammersmith and Fulham have voiced their objection to the NHS proposals to spend £300million...
Ealing Youth Orchestra

Ealing is one of 22 London boroughs currently vying for the chance to become Borough of Culture. And two local...
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