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A series of Wild Discovery Days are running in Ealing in the coming weeks – designed to show off the...
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Celebrate World Car Free Day on Sunday, 22 September by organising a PlayStreet in your road, which will close it...
Ealing Half volunteers by Kieren Geaney
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On the last Sunday in September the borough’s streets will once again be filled with crowds as around 7,000 people...
Ealing Jazz Festival 2017
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We are just two weeks from the 2019 Ealing Jazz Festival, featuring the legendary Cymande alongside rising icons Ruby Rushton...
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Local sporting heroes were crowned victorious yesterday (9 July) at the Ealing Sports Awards 2019. Run in partnership between Ealing...
Ealing Beer Festival
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Fancy sampling one or two glasses of more than 500 varieties of real ale? The Ealing Beer Festival opens today...
Knife crime video made by Featherstone High pupils
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A group of school pupils have ‘made a stand’ against knife crime by making a music video to tackle the...
Ealing Blues Festival
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Ealing Blues Festival is fast approaching. The line-up for this year features the cult beatbox bluesman Son of Dave, the...
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Each year, many people use the award-winning Ealing Half Marathon in September as a goal and inspiration to #GetMoving. Whether...
Liz Scarff - Bee on a cornflower at Gunnersbury Park
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You have until almost the end of July to get involved in our latest photography competition. Not only could you...
PESTS helps families with a child with learning difficulties, disabilities or additional needs
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A local charity offering vital help and support to families that have a child with a disability has won an...
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With more than 100 on-street electric vehicle charging points (EVCP) now in place across the borough and more on their...
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