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Month: January 2019

Horsenden Hill: Park ranger Jon Staples with Lynda O'Hare, chair of the friends group

Community events, freshly-grown vegetables and woodland walks are just a few things that have sprung up at Horsenden Hill over...
Vivek Chaudhary, journalist and Southall resident behind Southall Rising

This April will mark the 40th anniversary of the Southall riots and an exhibition called Southall Rising is being held...
Crowds build before the Southall riots

On 23 April it will be the 40th anniversary of the events in Southall in 1979 that were later to...
Peaceful protest outside Southall Police Station in 1979 the day before Southall riots took place

Councillor Jasbir Anand represents Southall Green ward and is a member of the council’s cabinet. However, in 1979 she was...
Around Ealing magazine February/March 2019

Welcome to the February - March 2019 edition of Around Ealing magazine. Working together is the resounding phrase in this...
Ealing Town Hall

Mastcraft has submitted its planning application for the Ealing Town Hall development. People have until 26 February to submit comments...
Ealing Foodbank's warehouse in Hanwell

“We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry,” said the manager of the local foodbank...

Across the borough, more than 10,000 green-fingered residents already benefit from the council’s garden waste service - and even occasional...
Sev Necati Training

A local training academy is offering female residents the chance to participate in their eight-week self-defence courses for free. The...

Singles, doubles, serious or fun, tennis is a fantastic way to get moving at any age. At Gunnersbury Park’s tennis...

This morning (Wednesday 23 January) Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Deputy Mayor James Murray visited new council homes at...

With less than two months to go before the reopening of Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, excitement is building for the...
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