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Domestic violence

This time of year, as the ‘festive season’ comes upon us, we can see an increased tension in homes. This...
Heart in hands

Keeping well during the government announced month-long lockdown is of the utmost importance. While this is a worrying time for...

Ealing Council has started a consultation with residents and businesses about the proposal to change the name of Havelock Road...
Mayor of Ealing with Descendants Founder

Its Black History Month and charity Descendants have had their work recognised with the Queens Award for Voluntary Service 2019....
House is being renovated

A rogue landlord from Southall who ignored six enforcement notices served by Ealing Council has been ordered to pay more...
Black History Month

To celebrate Black History Month, this year the Young Ealing Foundation is offering small grants to organisations highlighting and celebrating...
Race Equality Commission

Ealing Council has announced the establishment of a new independent race equality commission for the borough, which will recommend ways...
Elderly man thinking

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

Some children in our community may be being cared for outside of their immediate family, by friends or wider family...

Healthy Homes Ealing offers residents free and impartial advice on saving money on your energy bills, and maintaining a safe...

Acton Carnival was streamed live on Facebook on Saturday (11 July), to audiences of more than 10,000, with even more...
Race Equality Commission

Tonight (Friday, 10 July) will see the first in a new series of online 'Community Speaks' talks led by young...
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