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School pupil. Event is being held for people interested in being a school governor
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School governors can transform the lives of children and young people by improving educational standards. If you are interested in being...
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Ealing Council is once again teaming up with the Great British Spring Clean and is encouraging local people to get...
Council leader Julian Bell holding an EU flag at Ealing Town Hall
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Ealing is home to people from all over the world who make a huge contribution to the borough, including 55,000...
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Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery has reopened its doors to the public, marking the successful completion of a £12 million conservation...
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Finding and paying for a parking space is about to become even easier for those living and working in Ealing....
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People caught illegally and irresponsibly dropping rubbish on the borough’s streets are set to be hit with larger fines from...
Two-way cycle track similar to the one being built along the A40
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Construction work on a new two-mile cycle route along the A40 between Acton and Wood Lane (similar to the one...
Map showing 20mph trial area
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Ealing Council has announced plans for a new 20 mile-per-hour (mph) speed limit in a series of locations across the...
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Ealing Council’s flagship new estate in Hanwell has recently been recognised with two more national awards, reflecting the innovative, high...
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Ealing Council has launched two public consultations on proposed changes to their library and children’s centre services. Residents have until...
Inside of Bamboo Lounge, Park Royal
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Ealing Council’s food and workplace safety team have recently had two successful court prosecutions against Park Royal ‘shisha lounges’. On...
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There is still time for people to recognise sporting achievements across the borough by nominating local athletes, volunteers, coaches and...
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