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Children's activities at Gunnersbury Park

26Jun
From mini safaris to art projects, Gunnersbury Park and Museum is the place to be this summer holidays for fun...
Hanwell Zoo manager Jim Gregory feeding the lemurs

24Jun
Hanwell Zoo has won a national award for its work to help educate people about the conservation of wildlife. The...
Southall Community Sports Day

21Jun
Primary school pupils are being encouraged to put on their running shoes for a bit of healthy competition in Southall’s...
Headteacher of the year Kerry Shilling (centre) with Stephen Metcalfe MP and Rosalind Azouzi of ceremony hosts the Royal Aeronautical-Society

21Jun
Kerry Shilling, headteacher of Selborne Primary School, was declared London's headteacher of the year - and also headteacher of the...
Alcock and Brown in their Vickers Vimy ahead of take-off for Atlantic challenge

20Jun
Last week (14-15 June) marked a significant date in aviation: The 100-year anniversary of the first ever non-stop flight over...
Online accounts on the council's website will allow residents to access more services soon

19Jun
Residents will soon need to create new online accounts to access the customer services offered by Ealing Council on its...
Oaklands Primary school pupils

17Jun
Schools are working with the council to help each other improve – through the Ealing Learning Partnership (ELP) with the...
Caleb Campbell

14Jun
“I just feel so good when they are happy,” said Caleb Campbell. He only started fostering when he was in...
Photo at Brentford FC taken by young carer Mia

13Jun
This fantastic photo from a football match was taken by a young carer from the borough, Mia. During UK Carers...
Ealing Summer Festivals - jazz festival crowd

12Jun
Taking place across two summer weekends in Walpole Park, the Ealing Blues Festival and Ealing Jazz Festival are popular staples...
Para-athletes on their way to the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games courtesy of Getty Images

11Jun
On Saturday (15 June), a new exhibition will open at Gunnersbury Park Museum celebrating the development of the Paralympic movement...
What happens to our food waste

10Jun
More people are recycling food waste than ever before because they know it makes a big difference to the environment...
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