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Residents are helping to tackle the virus by sharing messages encouraging them to stay safe, and to get vaccinated when...
John Martin, chair of the High Streets Taskforce
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It is no secret that high streets across the country have been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In Ealing,...
Haydock - home from home
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Haydock Respite Centre, the new, purpose-built centre for children and young people with learning difficulties and physical disabilities has opened...
Park ranger Vanessa Hampton
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Successful partnerships with community groups are helping to create a greener, more nature-friendly borough as Ealing council launches its Biodiversity...
Children get cycle training
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Active travel options such as cycling, walking and scooting are great options for local people of all ages as we...
Summer of Cycling - cyclist in Walpole Park
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Looking to start cycling for the first time or eager to get back on the saddle? Look no further than...
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Doctors, nurses, and residents are saying yes to the COVID-19 vaccine, with nearly 50,000 receiving their first jab in the...
Laptop, online, digital
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The council’s digital customer portal, My Account, is making it quicker and easier for you to pay bills and manage...
Future Ealing Fund
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Do you have an idea to improve the local area or to do something good in the community? Well, the...
The peaceful prelude to the Southall riot of 23 April 1979
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Do you like research? Are you interested in local history? Volunteers are needed to help the borough’s library service put...
Person standing outside Osteopath
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Despite being permitted to open during the coronavirus pandemic, a local osteopath still feared for her clinic – and then...
Postal vote
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On Thursday, 6 May, elections for the Mayor of London and Greater London Assembly will take place. Originally due to...
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