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Winners St Vincent’s Catholic Primary from West Acton with players Arthur Ellis and Willie Ryan
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Around 400 local school children took part in a borough-wide tag rugby competition hosted by a top club. Ealing Trailfinders...
Ealing Swim Club at Gurnell
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A free swimming event is being put on this Saturday (15 October) for people with sight loss. It is an...
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A local music festival, which is just four years old, has been shortlisted for two national awards. The Hanwell Hootie...
W5 Food Market in front of Ealing Town Hall
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Try a taste of something new and enjoy the atmosphere of a family-friendly food market coming to Ealing from this...
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Knowing what to do if someone has a heart attack or nasty fall is one thing but would you know...
High school admissions applications are due in soon
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Applications for children to start high school in our borough are now being accepted. And help is available at a...
Benefits
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If you receive benefits, you may be affected by changes that come into force in November, which limit the amount...
Enjoying Acton Park
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Ealing has long been called ‘queen of the suburbs’ – not least because of its tree-lined streets and many parks....
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The leader of Ealing Council, Councillor Julian Bell, visited Crossrail tunnels under Tottenham Court Road on Tuesday, 13 September. He...
Councillor Patricia Walker, mayor of Ealing 2016-17
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As a toddler, the borough’s new mayor went out campaigning in a car with a megaphone in the north east...
Erika Severini and child on a bike
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A new initiative has been started by Ealing Council to encourage more women to cycle and overcome perceived barriers to...
Cycling in Ealing
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Ealing’s town centre is to get a three-year makeover to help it get on the move. It could be worth...
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