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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...
Ealing Half volunteers by Kieren Geaney
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The fifth Ealing Half Marathon takes place in just over two weeks – on Sunday 25 September – but you...
New homes in Copley, Hanwell
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Ealing Council, as the borough’s biggest landlord, is stepping up to the challenge of increasing the supply of affordable housing...
Table tennis. Over-55s sport
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Are you aged 55 or over and feeling sporty? Gurnell Leisure Centre is putting together a Team Ealing to compete...
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Caring for a loved one with mental health problems can be very challenging physically as well as emotionally. But there...
One You Ealing health campaign
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A health campaign called One You Ealing has been helping hundreds of people change their lifestyles. The NHS spends £11billion...
Liam Barber, Innov8 apprentice taken on with the help of Ealing Apprenticeship Network
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Ealing Council has smashed its target of attracting 100 apprenticeship pledges from local businesses in 100 days; the ‘100 in...
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Age UK Ealing is taking over the running of Greenford Community Centre – keeping it a key part of life...
Hambrough Primary School pupils with a Beat the Street card
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The streets of Southall will become a three-dimensional board game for school pupils this autumn as they attempt to ‘journey...
Apprentice Jasmeet Bhurjee in the council chamber
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Apprentices Jasmeet and Seamus chose to earn while they learn after they left school. Now they find themselves on a...
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