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Around Ealing magazine December 2018

Welcome to the December 2018 edition of Around Ealing magazine. As you can see in the interactive or PDF versions...
South Acton estate art

A huge bird of prey, sea creatures, bright colours, historical murals; South Acton is brighter than ever thanks to an...
St John Fisher Catholic Primary School exhibition: Shirley Sexton, year 6 teacher and head of English and art; pupils from years 5, 6, 4, and 3; and Christina Urbanski, year 4 teacher and head of humanities.

A school in Perivale held two weeks of activities themed around the First World War to commemorate the centenary anniversary...
The Ealing Mile - runners heading for the finish line in Lammas Park

The Ealing Mile takes place every month and is a great way to Get Moving in your lunch hour, regardless of...
Christmas 2018 events

Festive lights have now been turned on, while fairs and markets around the borough will give you a sparkling array...
Domestic abuse

“I knew that if I stayed any longer he would kill me,” Grace* told us. She was the victim of...
Anthony Bennett - winning entry for Seasons of Ealing autumn 2018

This patiently posed picture of a squirrel was voted as the winner of our fifth Seasons of Ealing photography competition,...
Save Our Hospitals campaigner

NHS North West London has confirmed that controversial plans to cut 500 acute care beds in the region have been...

How do you travel around the borough? Whether it is by Tube, car, bike or on foot, or a combination...
Seasons of Ealing photo competition - time to vote for the winner

You can pick your favourite autumn photo and, by voting, help decide the winner of our fifth Seasons of Ealing photography competition. Entries closed Wednesday night (31...
Armistice Day celebrations in London, 11 November 1918

Dr Jonathan Oates concludes our series on the First World War by reflecting on what happened locally when reports of...
Remembrance Sunday parade, Ealing 2016

Remembrance services will be taking place across the borough during the next week, leading up to Remembrance Sunday on 11...
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