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Haydock - home from home

Haydock Respite Centre, the new, purpose-built centre for children and young people with learning difficulties and physical disabilities has opened...
Park ranger Vanessa Hampton

Successful partnerships with community groups are helping to create a greener, more nature-friendly borough as Ealing council launches its Biodiversity...
Children get cycle training

Active travel options such as cycling, walking and scooting are great options for local people of all ages as we...
Summer of Cycling - cyclist in Walpole Park

Looking to start cycling for the first time or eager to get back on the saddle? Look no further than...

Doctors, nurses, and residents are saying yes to the COVID-19 vaccine, with nearly 50,000 receiving their first jab in the...
Laptop, online, digital

The council’s digital customer portal, My Account, is making it quicker and easier for you to pay bills and manage...
Future Ealing Fund

Do you have an idea to improve the local area or to do something good in the community? Well, the...
The peaceful prelude to the Southall riot of 23 April 1979

Do you like research? Are you interested in local history? Volunteers are needed to help the borough’s library service put...
Person standing outside Osteopath

Despite being permitted to open during the coronavirus pandemic, a local osteopath still feared for her clinic – and then...
Postal vote

On Thursday, 6 May, elections for the Mayor of London and Greater London Assembly will take place. Originally due to...
Emma Hardy outside Innovation Dance Studio

While many business activities slowed down or came to halt in the coronavirus pandemic, the start of the outbreak could...
COVID-19 public meeting poster

**The event is now oversubscribed and we are unable to accept any further new registrations. You can watch it live...
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