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02Nov
In the morning of 5 August 1936 Linford Derrick, a tennis coach, entered Ealing Police Station and declared that he...
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02Nov
An exhibition at Gunnersbury Park tells the stories of the importance of soldiers from India to the eventual Allied victory...

01Nov
Southall’s most celebrated craftsmen were the four Martin Brothers and their work is still collected almost a century after their...

01Nov
We have reported in Around Ealing about the restoration project for Gunnersbury Park and its listed buildings. They have had...

01Nov
September 2010 marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the aerial attacks on Britain by the German air force –...

01Nov
Is that what you think of Ealing’s river, the River Brent, asks borough archivist Dr Jonathan Oates? It flows through...

30Oct
Some residents think of Ealing by this soubriquet; but what exactly does it mean, and why was it used? Clearly...

30Oct
From horses to hot baths, council budgets were a bit different a century ago, as Richard Nadal discovered in a...

30Oct
Our borough has reached a milestone. It was 45 years ago when, in 1965, the old boroughs of Ealing, Acton...

29Oct
An exhibition and booklet recently provided a unique insight into a period of Hanwell’s past. Gillian Spragg, artistic director of...

23Oct
It has been 70 years since Megan Avery was last in Northolt. As she came back to visit the Polish...

21Oct
To mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, an exhibition is being held in libraries across the borough. The exhibition...
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