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running the Ealing Mile

More than 500 runners and walkers took up the challenge of raising money for Ealing Foodbank during a virtual 10K...
No mask, no entry sign

Supporting local businesses has never been more important, but it can be confusing to know if a business is doing...
We will get through this together - sign

Facing loneliness and other mental health challenges is always difficult. But this year’s pandemic and lockdowns have made it much...

Special panels will be meeting regularly again at Ealing Council to hear evidence on key subjects ranging from climate change...

The government has announced a move to tier 2 COVID restrictions next week. The current national restrictions will be lifted...
Kanika Gangwani started working as a teaching assistant at West Twyford Primary School after completing two adult learning courses

The coronavirus pandemic is not only proving a risk to people’s health, but also to their livelihoods and job prospects....
Primary school classroom

If your child was born between 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017, he or she will be due to...
10k challenge for Ealing Foodbank

Ealing Foodbank was at the forefront of the community coalition Ealing Together, along with Ealing Council and many other local...
Father Gerard Mitchell of Help for Southall Street Homeless

“The impact of homelessness on our community is really quite immense”, according to Father Gerard Mitchell. As someone who works...
Domestic violence

This time of year, as the ‘festive season’ comes upon us, we can see an increased tension in homes. This...
European Union flag

The UK is due to leave the European Union (EU) on 1 January 2021. Free support is now available until...
Lady with face covering looking in shop window

Trade lost during the lockdowns and coronavirus restrictions mean local businesses need your support now more than ever this winter....
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