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Acton Carnival
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Do you have a local event planned for the summer? Or fun activities for people to get involved in? Tell...
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The borough is celebrating a huge milestone, with 100,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered to residents. The NHS started...
LTNs are trialling across the borough
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Ealing Council is consulting with residents a second phase of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTN), from this week (Monday, 1 March...
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The difficult year has not stopped fantastic local people becoming winners and excelling in sport. Run in partnership between Ealing...
Gunnersbury Sports Hub - new sports hall
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Take a look at the new sports hall at the centre of Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub, which is waiting to...
Art by Tomasz Schefernaker
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Local resident, BBC weatherman and artist Tomasz Schafernaker has kindly donated the proceeds from one of his stunning paintings to...
Dipna Anand, Brilliant Restaurant, Southall
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As if being head chef at one of west London’s most iconic Indian restaurants was not enough, award-winning celebrity chef...
Nottingham Energiespring project - solar roof
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According to the Committee on Climate Change, 40% of the UK’s carbon emissions – which are harmful to the environment...
Lord Simon Woolley
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“Above all, I want to hear from ordinary people. We want to know their stories, their challenges, their hopes,” said...
MessaCycles shopfront
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From selling bikes during the lockdown from their garden, to a shiny new showroom in central Ealing, the Messa family...
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Residents are helping to tackle the virus by sharing messages encouraging them to stay safe, and to get vaccinated when...
John Martin, chair of the High Streets Taskforce
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It is no secret that high streets across the country have been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In Ealing,...
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