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Month: September 2020

Flu pandemic 1918 - patient in a Spanish flu ward in hospital

The influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 had a global impact and our district was not unaffected, writes borough archivist Dr Jonathan...
Detail from Ealing Wildlife Group photo competition winner - ‘A Perfect Camouflage’ by Malgorzata Sikora

There are still a couple of days left to enter the borough's annual wildlife photo competition - and young people...
Coronavirus update

Before I talk about the increasing COVID-19 infection rates in London, I want to begin this message by sending my...
Healthcare worker

With an increase of coronavirus cases across the capital, Ealing Council drafted in young people from the National Citizen Service...
NHS COVID-19 app

Residents are being asked to download the new app from the NHS for COVID-19 to help monitor cases of the...
There are lots of ways to get moving at Gurnell Leisure Centre

Staying active and healthy is important for everyone – which is why Ealing Council is working to ensure that the...
Coronavirus update

New cases of COVID continue to go up, unfortunately, in Ealing, across the capital and the country, says Ealing Council...
Equality Commission

Ealing Council has announced the establishment of a new independent race equality commission for the borough, which will recommend ways...
Pitzhanger Manor exterior

Open House is happening this weekend, 19 and 20 September. Although, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is a little...
Elderly man thinking

This year, it is especially important to get the flu vaccine. Many people who are most vulnerable to the effects...

The government's announcement about the change in rules to allow only groups of six people together, either outside or inside,...
School Streets opening

After much preparation and anticipation, the first ever Ealing School Streets have opened. Perivale Primary and St John Fisher Catholic...
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