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January

Month: January 2020

Ealing Council is seeking the views of residents and park users on a proposal to fully refurbish and improve Mill...
Beware who is at the door - could it be a bogus caller?

Most people who call at your home will be genuine. However, sometimes they are not. The council has received reports...

A new development of council homes in Northolt has now opened, offering local families affordable, modern homes with great transport...
Council leader Julian Bell and the mayor of Ealing Councillor Gulaid with council apprentices

“Apprentices get real work, training to get the skills companies really want, and a guaranteed salary. And employers are able...
Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 programme

Ealing Council’s annual service to mark Holocaust Memorial Day will be held on Monday (27 January) at Brentside High School....
Greenfields Nursery School photo exhibition called Our Neighbourhood

Photos taken by nursery school pupils of their ‘neighbourhood’ are featured in an exhibition showing how they experience the area...
Ealing Music and Film Festival - Tenebrae choir

The Ealing Music and Film Festival is back in February for its eighth year of concerts, movie screenings and creative...
Hanwell Cavern live music at Hanwell Community Centre

The Hanwell Cavern is returning live music to the landmark location that once played a key role in the stories...
Gunnersbury Park and Museum - costumed tours of the history and kitchens in particular

February at Gunnersbury Park and Museum will be nothing if not varied. As well as a ghost hunt, there will...
Self-defence and personal safety course

A local training academy is offering free self-defence and personal safety courses for women and girls. The course will run...
Cargo bikes are available to borrow

There are even more reasons to stay in the saddle this winter. Those learning to ride a bike can enjoy...