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Month: June 2020

Ealing Council has secured more than £400,000 of funding from Transport for London (TfL) to introduce nine Low Traffic Neighbourhoods...

The council is increasing the amount of enforcement officers patrolling parks to ensure that irresponsible individuals who leave their litter...
DETAIL from Ali Moosavi photo of summer festivals in Walpole Park, Ealing (Seasons of Ealing summer 2018 contest)

Residents can help shape next year’s Festival programme by giving feedback on events that they have attended in the borough.  Every year the council - with help...

Ealing Council has finished work to relocate and refurbish a set of modular apartments from Southwark to Hanwell. Chris Payne...
Young girl with Learning disability

A recent survey by Ealing Mencap showed 55% of people with learning and other disabilities were ‘extremely’ or ‘very worried’...
Empire Windrush ship

In my latest video (above) I went to the Windrush Garden in Walpole Park. It seemed particularly pertinent to do...

There are plenty of activities for residents to get involved in, in the lead up to Windrush Day - even in lockdown....
Cleared site after outbuilding demolished

A Southall slum landlord has been hit with a whopping bill after Ealing Council stepped in to knock down an...
Council leader Julian Bell during a visit to the Calais refugee camp

In 2016, Ealing Council pledged to support the UK government efforts to resettle 20,000 vulnerable Syrian refugees and 3,000 children...
council tax

Residents who applied for Ealing’s three-month council tax payment holiday are required to start making payments again in July. Self-employed...
Charity of William Hobbayne volunteer during coronavirus emergency

A local 500-year-old charity has been playing a crucial role in helping the most vulnerable people in Hanwell during the...
Ealing open for business

Since Monday (15 June), non-essential shops have been allowed to open again. This means that clothing, homeware and mobile phone...
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