Latest news (Page 3)

Latest news

House is being renovated

A rogue landlord from Southall who ignored six enforcement notices served by Ealing Council has been ordered to pay more...
Black History Month

To celebrate Black History Month, this year the Young Ealing Foundation is offering small grants to organisations highlighting and celebrating...
Ealing Foodbank's warehouse in Hanwell

Ealing Council has agreed to donate up £73,000 worth of food to local charities, with £62,000 going to the Ealing...
Ealing's budget has choices ahead

Ealing Council is on the frontline of tackling COVID-19 locally and the financial impact of its work since March totals...
garden waste: your cuttings collected

Whether you are an expert in horticulture, keen on growing a few vegetables for the table, or just enjoy being...
Lesiure centres are reopening

Staying active and healthy is important for everyone – which is why Ealing Council is working to ensure that the...
Equality Commission

Ealing Council has announced the establishment of a new independent race equality commission for the borough, which will recommend ways...
Pitzhanger Manor exterior

Open House is happening this weekend, 19 and 20 September. Although, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is a little...
Elderly man thinking

This year, it is especially important to get the flu vaccine. Many people who are most vulnerable to the effects...
Business rates digital

Ealing businesses can manage their business rates bill whenever and wherever they want as it becomes the latest council service...
Kickstart work programme

A new, national Kickstart work programme has been set up. The scheme aims to give young people the best possible...

The borough’s first ever School Streets are being unveiled this month as Ealing Council continues to work with local schools...
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