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If you enjoy history, horticulture, education or events, there are many volunteering opportunities at Gunnersbury Park and Museum. The spectacular...
First World War soldiers

Tens of thousands of local men served in the armed forces in the First World War. At least three of them were...

Ealing's very own business expo is back to give you the chance to find out what is happening in the...
Abandoned cars

Cars dumped on the borough’s streets are unsightly and inconvenient for residents – but, surprisingly, only a small percentage of...
Ealing War Memorial

Three of my relatives fought and died on the western front in the First World War. It is commonly used...
Houses in snow. Copyright Mark Hemsworth (used with permission of Green Deal)

Want to save energy and cut your fuel bills? But worried about staying warm in the winter? A free service...
Ealing Artisan Market

This Saturday (6 October) sees the return of Ealing Artisan Market, the weekly event featuring artisan food producers, designers, makers...
A Breeze cycling session in Pitshanger Park

Cycling is a fantastic way to get around, keep fit and build exercise into your daily routine while using an...
Electric car and charge point

With new charge points for electric cars, and cheaper parking for the environmentally-friendliest cars, there has never been a better...
Swimming at Gurnell Leisure Centre

There are plenty of reasons to get down to your local leisure centres this autumn but we have two more...
Tank outside Ealing Town Hall to raise war bonds

One major invention that came out of the First World War was the armoured vehicles armed with powerful guns, known...
Primary school

If your child was born between 1 September 2014 and 31 August 2015 he or she will be due to...
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