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Today (Friday) is Carers’ Rights Day. Around 1,800 carers are supported by Ealing Council and we spoke to two of...
Amelia and Fizza are doing apprenticeships at Tudor Primary School
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Did you know that the council’s Ealing Apprenticeship Network has helped local businesses set up more than 600 apprenticeships in...
Picture 8 Scotch Common avenue of trees in snow by Imran Malik
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We are opening our sixth successive seasonal photo competition on 1 December – with the winner again being selected by...
Christmas tree
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Ealing Council is helping residents get the new year off to a green start with a number of options available...
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Whether you want to step back in time for an afternoon or bring the whole family along for creative crafts,...
South Acton estate art
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A huge bird of prey, sea creatures, bright colours, historical murals; South Acton is brighter than ever thanks to an...
Cardinal Wiseman High School - Design Engineer Construct
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A Greenford school has been leading the way in the search for the next generation of construction and engineering professionals....
The Ealing Mile - runners heading for the finish line in Lammas Park
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The Ealing Mile takes place every month and is a great way to Get Moving in your lunch hour, regardless of...
Christmas 2018 events
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Festive lights have now been turned on, while fairs and markets around the borough will give you a sparkling array...
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Young people with learning difficulties from Ealing are gaining employment opportunities and skills through a scheme backed by Ealing Council. Project...
Domestic abuse
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“I knew that if I stayed any longer he would kill me,” Grace* told us. She was the victim of...
Abdul Halim, Michael Flanders Centre
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Gunnersbury Park Museum holds monthly arts and reminiscence classes for people living with dementia and, to date, the interest has...
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