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This weekend residents that are 18 years of age or older can get their first vaccine jab in Southall. The...
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Yesterday the government announced that the easing of restrictions will not be going ahead on 21 June. Earlier this year...
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Residents in the borough have been stepping up and getting their doses of the vaccine. In total, 311,974 jabs -...
LTN update
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Ealing Council is providing residents with an update on the borough's low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs). The council's new leadership team...
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Ealing Council, in partnership with West London NHS Trust, are awarding £100,000 in small grants for voluntary and community groups...
Construction worker
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Is working in construction what you think it is? Let us introduce you to the exciting opportunities in this evolving...
Climate action is needed now
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Local businesses are encouraged to get involved with the COP26 (Conference of the Parties) Roadshow this week (Wednesday 9 June...
electronic scooters in the borough
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From next week (Monday, 7 June 2021) electric scooters (e-scooters) will be available to hire in several London boroughs, including...
Mayor visits West Acton Primary School

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan visited West Acton Primary School in Ealing this week ( Wednesday, 2 June )...
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Residents over the age of 30 can walk-in, without an appointment and get their first jab this Saturday. The council...
Council leader Peter Mason
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Peter Mason, Leader of Ealing Council, visited Warren Farm sports pitches (26 May 2021) and met local people from the...
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The COVID-19 variant of concern first identified in India, is spreading in the UK, with some areas of the country...
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