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Month: November 2019

Green Christmas

Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year, but an indulgent festive season is not just sometimes bad...
Harry Farrell, fishing at the Potomac Lake at Gunnersbury Park

Fishing may not be a pastime you would expect to be able to try your hand at in your local...

Whether you are thinking of carrying out some work on your home, or considering developing or changing the use of...

Ealing Council is continuing its efforts to meet the climate emergency by taking further steps to become more environmentally-friendly, reduce...
school travel safety sign

A plan for safer routes for children to walk or ride their bicycles to school is under public consultation in...
Safeguarding adults, vulnerable and elderly

It is national Safeguarding Adults Week (18-22 November), which aims to raise awareness of the need to keep vulnerable adults...
Slide Ealing on-demand bus

Ealing residents can jump on a new kind of bus ride this week with an on-demand service that lets you...

People are urged to help their local sporting heroes get the recognition they deserve by nominating them for the Ealing...
Trading standards

Ealing Council’s trading standards team has won an award for its outstanding work to stop the sale of dodgy goods...
London Power new energy company for Londoners

More than a million people are living in fuel poverty in London – the highest number since records began. A...
Featherstone High School's wellbeing award: Year 7 pupils enjoying a selection of wellbeing books in the school library

A high school in Southall has been given an award for its outstanding work in supporting students, staff and parents...
Register to vote in election - tortoise

Residents who are not currently registered to vote are reminded that they only have until 26 November to register their...
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