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Pathways Programme

Pathways, an award-winning programme, is looking to recruit young people at the end of October. The programme is run by Ealing...
Yoga class

After trying out some of the more high intensity classes this week I decided to try something different this week with...
Win a race place at Ealing Half Marathon

The sun was shining this year when thousands of people took to the streets on Sunday, 24 September to cheer on...
Tribeca ride

Starting out my second week wasn’t as plain sailing as I’d hoped for. I decided to start off with a Badass Circuits class, which definitely...
Cllr Bassam Mahfouz at Northala parkrun

As Ealing Half Marathon enters its sixth year the event promises to be better than ever and you do not...
Che with her husband James in Blondin Park

When Northfields resident Che Odlum de Vivenot took part in a beginners running course in 2015, never could she have...
Food preparation in a kitchen

With more than 3,000 food premises located in the borough, one of the highest numbers in London, Ealing Council’s food...
Around Ealing Spring 2016

GLA AND MAYORAL ELECTIONS NOTE: The date on page 7 of this magazine, relating to registering to vote should read 18 April...
Dancing in 1930s - Ataturk

This is the ninth week of our serialisation of Ealing resident Alexander Goodlet’s diary from 80 years ago. This week,...

The nights have closed in; the festive lights are appearing; text messages are typed with numbed fingers; journeys home seem...

Tracing ancestors back through the 20th and 19th centuries is generally straightforward, given the amount of searchable, reliable source material available...
First World War fighter planes

Harold and Sidney Medlicott’s family lived in Ealing and the pair fought and died during the First World War. Harold’s story...
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