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Perceval House, Ealing Council.

Ealing Council and charity Sustrans have teamed-up to produce a survey on Uxbridge Road and are asking residents to have...

A service helping people to battle drug habits and drinking problems is having an open evening to show residents the...

Acton will soon be getting a new Business Improvement District (BID) to revitalise the area and help local businesses to...
Job search

“My husband put me in contact with the work club and that was the day that my life changed,” said...

National discount retail chain, Poundland has been hit with a fine of over £165,000 for food safety failures in its...
Solar panels

More than 1,800 households across the borough have registered for Solar Together London, a council-backed scheme that can save you...
Summer cycling

As the heatwave continues, so does our Summer of Cycling. It is a great time to get out and about on...
Junior Sports Person of the Year, Leah Whittaker with Councillor Mahfouz (left), Brinn Bevan and Marcus Buckland (right)

Local sporting heroes were crowned victorious last week at the annual Ealing Sports Awards. Run in partnership between Ealing Council...
Do your bit by volunteering in Ealings Parks

Renowned as one of London’s greenest boroughs, Ealing has more than 140 beautiful open spaces. Keeping them clean and tidy is...
Trike Club in Walpole Park

Blind and visually impaired residents are getting the chance to get out and about on a tricycle and get some...
North Greenford Bowls Club

Two of the borough’s lawn bowls clubs are welcoming new members and giving people the chance to try their hand...
Summer of Cycling event poster

Whether you are a seasoned cyclist who does the daily commute on two wheels or have not been on a bike...
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