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running the Ealing Mile
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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
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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
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Facing loneliness and other mental health challenges is always difficult. But this year’s pandemic and lockdowns have made it much...
scrutiny
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Special panels will be meeting regularly again at Ealing Council to hear evidence on key subjects ranging from climate change...
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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
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The coronavirus pandemic is not only proving a risk to people’s health, but also to their livelihoods and job prospects....
Primary school classroom
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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
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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
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“The impact of homelessness on our community is really quite immense”, according to Father Gerard Mitchell. As someone who works...
Domestic violence
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This time of year, as the ‘festive season’ comes upon us, we can see an increased tension in homes. This...
European Union flag
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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
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Trade lost during the lockdowns and coronavirus restrictions mean local businesses need your support now more than ever this winter....
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