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Month: October 2019

Tackling obesity means helping children and families adopt healthy eating habits and keep fit. It is a key priority for...

Ealing Council is consulting on updating three of its licensing and regulatory policies: the gambling policy, the licensing policy, and...

Financial abuse of the elderly is a serious and growing problem. Many vulnerable older people become dependent upon others -...
Newcastle Court 1

Ealing Council is now well over a third of the way towards its ambitious target of delivering at least 2,500...

A stunning new exhibition mapping landscape through time, charting the changes in how humans see the world is now showing...
Befriending: Dominic Agha-Rafei volunteers for BEfriend

“I see volunteering as an opportunity, it’s not about giving something to someone it’s more about mutual gain. I’ve learnt...
modern slavery campaign

Slavery has not gone away. Unbelievably, more than 250 cases were reported in London last year alone. A new national...
Plaque unveiled to Nicky Hopkins

The wife of a celebrated musician was joined in Perivale by fans and the mayor to unveil a plaque outside...
Black History Month: Visit by footballer to school

A primary school’s celebration of Black History Month included a visit from a footballer who grew up nearby. Brentford FC...
Meerkat enjoying Halloween pumpkin

We have all heard of the phrase ‘a message in a bottle’ – but this half term Hanwell Zoo has...
Hanwell Town Middle Jr Charity Cup Winners 1926

Hanwell Town Football Club will celebrate its centenary in 2020 and the club historian, Colm Hickey, gives an account of...

A local teenager is giving up his time to help other young people onto the path towards success. 19-year-old Sulaiman...
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