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26Oct
Gunnersbury Park and Museum is the place to be for activities and adventures this autumn – from crafts workshops, to...
green for halloween

22Oct
With Halloween (31 October) fast approaching local people are being asked to avoid giving their green bin a scare by...

11Oct
Nature lovers and visitors to Walpole Park braved the rain last Saturday (6 October) to see a showcase of the...

10Oct
Residents and visitors in West Ealing may have noticed some exciting new features on the street this autumn. Parklets have...

08Oct
This year’s Recycling Week was marked in the borough with a pop-up event packed with advice and information for residents...

02Oct
Autumn is sweeping in, bringing crisper days, shorter nights and beautiful foliage across the borough’s parks and gardens. It also...

28Sep
Commuters and local people around Acton may have noticed two new water fountains springing up and offering a more sustainable...

26Sep
The hugely popular Ealing Half Marathon is returning to the borough this Sunday (30 September) for its seventh year. As part...

20Sep
Ealing Council is investing almost a quarter of a million pounds in new facilities for the Havelock Family Centre in...

19Sep
Ealing Council is marking Recycling Week (24-28 September 2018) by hosting a drop-in event packed with advice and tips designed...

12Sep
Visitors to Perivale Park may notice an unusual, new feature that is sure to strike a chord with local music...

06Sep
Have you got a great picture of a peregrine, a top photo of a fox, or even a stellar snap...
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