Features (Page 48)


Road safety

The number of people being killed or seriously injured on the borough’s roads is falling. Ealing Council is trying to...
Composting materials

Composting is nature’s way of recycling. Not only does it get rid of unwanted waste, but at the end of...
Jessica Kang, council apprentice

Doing an apprenticeship is becoming an increasingly popular route for young people to enter the world of work, especially the ability...
Biltong at Limpopo Butchers in Acton

Ealing is a diverse borough and home to people from all over the world. The 3,178 food businesses that operate...
The modular homes at Marston Court, Hanwell

An open day on Wednesday (8 March) gave people the chance to take a closer look at Ealing Council’s innovative...
Boy climbing in Walpole Park playground

It is play time across the borough this spring, with all kinds of fun play areas to explore. Some playgrounds...
Charlotte Berridge prints at The Wonderland Collective pop-up shop

Fancy learning how to take great photos, become a craft beer expert or make some tasty handmade chocolate? Then you are...
Trimming in the garden

Thousands of homes use Ealing Council’s garden waste collection service because they find it to be convenient and easy to...
Southall orchard planting - Featherstone High

Work has started on planting the new orchard at Southall Recreation Grounds. And now you can go along tomorrow (Saturday, 4...
Megan Walsh got into an apprenticeship through the WEST scheme

“It has made a huge difference for me,” said Megan Walsh, who has gained her first step on a career...

Featherstone High School in Southall has been declared ‘world class’ for its standard of education. At an awards ceremony at...
Map of West Ealing showing the PSPO area, as per the consultation. Contains OS data © Crown copyright and database right 2016

West Ealing is to become a ‘protected’ zone from April with the aim of improving the quality of life for residents...
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