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David Highton is the chairman of West Ealing Neighbours, a residents’ group which, among other things, is working hard to...
Pitzhanger Manor interior
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You can get a first-hand look at the spectacular interior of Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, and see some internationally-renowned art,...
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“The nomination process isn’t hard. Just say what you do and why you love it,” said Chris Smith, secretary at...
Parkguard's sniffer dog Charlie
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Charles is an English springer spaniel and a drug detection dog. He is part of a team patrolling our parks,...
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Local businesses and employers are reaping the rewards of their staff learning new skills by attending vocational courses in Ealing....
Nicko
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A Northolt resident is using his sporting prowess as a platform for helping others. Nicko Anderson, 23, reached the heady...
Anthony Bennett, giving motivational talks at Greenford High
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It was Children’s Mental Health Week in February; and school students were told a true tale of how resilience and...
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The next generation of local tradespeople are learning valuable construction experience at one of the borough’s biggest regeneration projects. Recent...
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As part of the council’s Get Moving campaign, cycling, walking or scooting is highly recommended – especially when taking short...
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Community managed libraries would be a new idea for Ealing, but there are as many as 400 across the country....
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A council scheme has helped local companies bite into their monstrous energy bills and slash their carbon footprint by the...
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Residents are being asked to suggest topics for councillors to look into in the coming year. Ealing Council's scrutiny panels...
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