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House is being renovated
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A rogue landlord from Southall who ignored six enforcement notices served by Ealing Council has been ordered to pay more...
Black History Month
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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
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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
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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
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Whether you are an expert in horticulture, keen on growing a few vegetables for the table, or just enjoy being...
Lesiure centres are reopening
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Staying active and healthy is important for everyone – which is why Ealing Council is working to ensure that the...
Equality Commission
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Ealing Council has announced the establishment of a new independent race equality commission for the borough, which will recommend ways...
Pitzhanger Manor exterior
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Open House is happening this weekend, 19 and 20 September. Although, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is a little...
Elderly man thinking
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This year, it is especially important to get the flu vaccine. Many people who are most vulnerable to the effects...
Business rates digital
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Ealing businesses can manage their business rates bill whenever and wherever they want as it becomes the latest council service...
Kickstart work programme
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A new, national Kickstart work programme has been set up. The scheme aims to give young people the best possible...
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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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