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Month: March 2021

Kickstart work programme

Thousands of young people have been furloughed or lost their jobs during the pandemic. There are already more than 800,000...
LTNs are trialling across the borough

Ealing Council is consulting with residents a second phase of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTN), from this week (Monday, 1 March...
National lockdown

This coming Monday 8 March sees the first step in the roadmap out of lockdown with the return to school...
Boy doing science experiment

Ealing Council’s library service is continuing to keep residents entertained and enthralled, despite the current Covid-19 restrictions, as part of...

The difficult year has not stopped fantastic local people becoming winners and excelling in sport. Run in partnership between Ealing...
Around Ealing magazine March 2021

Welcome to the March 2021 edition of Around Ealing magazine. In it, we look at the local vaccination programme and...
Gunnersbury Sports Hub - new sports hall

Take a look at the new sports hall at the centre of Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub, which is waiting to...
What matters to us

The census is coming. By taking part, you can help inform decisions on services that shape your community, such as...
Art by Tomasz Schefernaker

Local resident, BBC weatherman and artist Tomasz Schafernaker has kindly donated the proceeds from one of his stunning paintings to...
Dipna Anand, Brilliant Restaurant, Southall

As if being head chef at one of west London’s most iconic Indian restaurants was not enough, award-winning celebrity chef...
budget investment

Ealing Council has agreed its budget for 2021/22 which includes a package of investment in services that protect the most...
Nottingham Energiespring project - solar roof

According to the Committee on Climate Change, 40% of the UK’s carbon emissions – which are harmful to the environment...
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