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Apprenticeships are an increasingly popular pathway into work - giving you the chance to earn while you learn. There is...
Holocaust Memorial Day - speakers on survivors
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This week, school pupils from the borough took part in a special programme of events hosted by local synagogues to...
Tonkotsu restaurant competition
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No such thing as a free lunch? Well, how about some free Japanese food at a new restaurant in Ealing?...
Paper mache sculpture
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Young artists, film-makers and equality champions from Acton came together to create a hard-hitting piece of art discussing racism -...
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The Ealing Half Marathon has become a firm fixture of local life each September; but did you know about the...
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Brentford FC’s first ever Community Takeover Day saw children taking on special roles for The Bees’ Sky Bet Championship victory...
Oaklands Primary School's junior travel ambassadors with Ealing Council's active travel officer Helen Collinson
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It is important to get around the borough safely. And it is important to stay physically active to remain healthy....
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Dealing with unsightly and illegal rubbish dumping makes a big dent in Ealing Council’s budget. It wastes money that could...
Horsenden Hill: Park ranger Jon Staples with Lynda O'Hare, chair of the friends group
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Community events, freshly-grown vegetables and woodland walks are just a few things that have sprung up at Horsenden Hill over...
Vivek Chaudhary, journalist and Southall resident behind Southall Rising
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This April will mark the 40th anniversary of the Southall riots and an exhibition called Southall Rising is being held...
Ealing Foodbank's warehouse in Hanwell
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“We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry,” said the manager of the local foodbank...
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Across the borough, more than 10,000 green-fingered residents already benefit from the council’s garden waste service - and even occasional...
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