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Month: July 2020

Local people are being reminded that BBQs and fires are not allowed in any of the borough's parks or open...
Race Equality Commission

Following the recent Black Lives Matter protests, and the Mayor of London’s decision to hold a review of all the...
Around Ealing magazine July-August 2020

Welcome to the July-August edition of Around Ealing. We hope you found the coronavirus special mini editions useful during the...
Caroline Farrow from Ealing Wildlife Group in the former allotments in Costons lane, Greenford

Across the borough, the council is promoting green growth by expanding meadows and hedgerows, planting thousands of trees and boosting...
Edin Basic at The Red Lion, Ealing

The coronavirus emergency meant that pubs, cafes and restaurants had to close their doors for 14 weeks and they were...
Man in face covering. Photo by Anastasiia Chepinska

This week, in the seven days up until the 12th July, we have had five COVID-19 cases in Ealing. That...

A new bike port has been put up next to the West London Islamic Centre. It can hold up to...

Acton Carnival was streamed live on Facebook on Saturday (11 July), to audiences of more than 10,000, with even more...
Ealing Town Hall

Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to introduce strict and wide-ranging controls on spending as it seeks to balance its budget...
Edwin Harrison, with barista Peter behind the counter at Artisan, Ealing

Edwin Harrison and his wife Magda opened up Artisan coffee shop in Ealing Broadway six years ago. It reopened in...

Did you know there are now more than 60 street light charging points for electric vehicles installed into lampposts across...
Miguel Morales is founder of Reineta in Ealing

“We are a young business, just one year old, and it has been challenging. We have been trying to find...
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