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HIV support services
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People living with, and affected by, HIV in our borough receive a wide range of support services to help them...
Green Christmas
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Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year, but an indulgent festive season is not just sometimes bad...
Harry Farrell, fishing at the Potomac Lake at Gunnersbury Park
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Fishing may not be a pastime you would expect to be able to try your hand at in your local...
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Whether you are thinking of carrying out some work on your home, or considering developing or changing the use of...
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Ealing Council is continuing its efforts to meet the climate emergency by taking further steps to become more environmentally-friendly, reduce...
Safeguarding adults, vulnerable and elderly
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It is national Safeguarding Adults Week (18-22 November), which aims to raise awareness of the need to keep vulnerable adults...
London Power new energy company for Londoners
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More than a million people are living in fuel poverty in London – the highest number since records began. A...
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Gunnersbury Park is going top of the league when it comes to football facilities with the opening in the new...
Junior Travel Ambassadors at training and fun day event
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This autumn pupils came together from across the borough to learn about road safety and to train to become Junior...
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Artists, businesses and the local community have come together to launch Acton Unframed – an ambitious grassroots project to bring...
Kanika Gangwani started working as a teaching assistant at West Twyford Primary School after completing two adult learning courses
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“I felt very professional by the end of the course. It gives you that edge,” said a resident who has...
Mayfield Primary School STAR scheme case study
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This autumn, 10 more schools joined up to the borough’s STARS programme, bringing the total of accredited schools up to...
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