Conservation news

The search is on for four trustees to manage the Gunnersbury Estate

Search is on for Gunnersbury Park and Museum trustees

Published on 28 November 2014

Ealing and Hounslow Councils are inviting applications for the role of trustees to support the restoration of Gunnersbury Park and Museum by becoming volunteer members of a new charitable trust.

Gunnersbury Park Estate will be managed by a community interest company (CIC) after its restoration

Gunnersbury's getting new managers

Published on 4 November 2014

Ealing’s cabinet has agreed to set up a new social enterprise to manage the Gunnersbury Park Estate when its restoration is complete in 2017.

Trees in a park

Statement regarding the situation in Blondin Park

Published on 12 June 2014

Ealing Council is taking legal action to evict the traveller group who arrived in Blondin Park late yesterday.

long horn cows at horsenden hill

Cows 'moo-ve' into Horsenden Hill

Published on 13 September 2013

A herd of English Longhorn cows have settled into Horsenden Hill.

London in Bloom competition attendees

Ealing's parks are bloomin' lovely

Published on 22 July 2013

Ealing’s parks showed-off their colours on Friday (19 July) when representatives from London in Bloom came to town to judge the borough’s green spaces.

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