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Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 programme
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Between 28 January and 7 February, school pupils from west London and beyond will take part in a special programme...
Transform Your Space at Copley estate in Hanwell
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Ealing Council’s Transform Your Space initiative has already helped community projects flourish across the borough and is back for 2019...
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The creation of the Ealing Parks Foundation is set to give local people more say in how their parks are...
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust logo purple flame
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Ealing Council’s annual service to mark Holocaust Memorial Day will this year be held at William Perkin High School. On Friday,...
Landlord handing over keys
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Ealing has more properly accredited landlords and managing agents than any other borough in London, new figures show. 1,186 Ealing...
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Ealing Council’s cabinet will meet on Tuesday, 15 January to consider proposals on reshaping its library and children’s centres following...
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Young artists across the borough have the opportunity to celebrate the reopening of Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery by designing an...
Acton High School
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The latest government figures show that last year Ealing high schools helped their students to make excellent progress. The latest...
High Lane estate CGI
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Residents of an Ealing estate have overwhelmingly backed council plans to rebuild their neighbourhood, marking the first time a mandatory...
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Lovebox and Citadel Festivals will be returning to Gunnersbury Park next year following the success of the 2018 music festivals...
Ealing Town Hall
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Ealing Council’s cabinet will meet next week (Tuesday 11 December) to discuss proposals to close a £57 million gap in...
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Gunnersbury Park’s beautiful and painstakingly restored heritage was recognised with a prestigious gong at last week’s Landscape Institute Awards. Ealing...
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