Published on 17 February 2015
More than 130 young residents came together at the Westside Young People’s Centre, Ealing, on Wednesday, 11 February for the 9th annual Speak Out conference.
Published on 4 February 2015
Ealing Council has launched a new initiative, Bubble, aimed at helping residents connect with each other and make a difference to where they live.
Published on 27 January 2015
The Independent Health Commission set up to examine the impact of the NHS’s decision to reduce hospital services in the area, including A&E and maternity, is to hold a series of public hearings across west London.
Published on 22 December 2014
A man responsible for criminal and anti-social behaviour has been banned from entering an estate in Northolt for a year, following prompt action by Ealing Council’s safer communities team.
Published on 15 December 2014
A unique music collaboration between young people from the South Acton estate and the war-torn Kivu district of the Eastern Congo has resulted in an 11-track CD called 'Acton2Kivu:Dance for Freedom'.
Published on 4 November 2014
A two minute silence will be held on the steps of Ealing Town Hall to mark Armistice Day on Tuesday, 11 November at 11am.
Published on 29 October 2014
A public memorial ceremony to celebrate the life of Alice Gross will be held on Sunday, 2 November at Greenford Hall, Greenford.
Published on 28 October 2014
Ealing Council and Ealing Police officers have closed the doors on a crack house in Southall following complaints from residents.
Published on 22 October 2014
The sixth annual Recognising Outstanding Achievement of Residents (ROAR) awards event took place at Ealing Town Hall on Friday 10 October.
Published on 9 October 2014
The family of Alice Gross have asked the community to take down the yellow ribbons. They have asked for the flowers and ribbons placed at the Hanwell clocktower to remain for now.
Published on 2 October 2014
A book of condolence has been placed in Ealing Town Hall so that people can pay their respects to murdered teenager Alice Gross.
Published on 2 October 2014
An additional book of condolence has been placed in Hanwell Library so that people can pay their respects to murdered teenager Alice Gross.
Published on 1 October 2014
Leader of Ealing Council, Councilor Julian Bell, has issued a statement following the police discovery of a body in the River Brent:
Published on 18 August 2014
Young people have until 10 October to make their mark and help choose the issues that will be debated by the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) at a special gathering in the House of Commons in November.
Published on 23 June 2014
Ealing Council is once again offering local youngsters the chance to try something new and earn qualifications over the summer holidays as part of its free Future Youth Inspired (FYI) programme.
Published on 9 June 2014
Leader of Ealing Council Councillor Julian Bell today hoisted the England flag over Ealing Town Hall in support of England's World Cup finals campaign in Brazil this week.
Published on 15 May 2014
Tejas Dattani (15) has been elected as Ealing’s sixth youth mayor. Tejas is a student at Featherstone High School, Southall.
Published on 9 December 2013
Budding politicians have until the start of January to come forward to fill Ealing’s seats on the UK Youth Parliament. Borough-wide election will take place in February.
Published on 27 November 2013
Ealing Council is asking residents to donate warm winter clothes to help people in need this winter.
Published on 10 October 2013
Plans to redevelop Norwood Hall Playing Fields moved a step forward last week when Ealing Council and the site’s partnership board selected Lyca Southall FC as their preferred partner.
Published on 15 August 2013
Ealing Council in partnership with Ealing BID have announced a new agreement that will regulate the behaviour of charity fundraisers operating in the borough.
Published on 8 August 2013
A couple have had more than £11,000 of funds confiscated by the courts for illegally using an outhouse building in their garden as a rental property.
Published on 7 August 2013
Residents are invited to submit applications for the next round of the council’s alley-gating scheme this month.
Published on 25 July 2013
Ealing Council has agreed to begin negotiations which could see it buy a disused Southall pub which has become a magnet for crime and anti-social behaviour and turn it into housing.
Published on 2 April 2013
Ealing Council’s flagship youth centre, Westside Young People’s Centre, has been shortlisted for a prestigious award by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
Published on 19 March 2013
More than 130 young residents came together at Westside Young People’s Centre on Thursday, 14 March for the 7th annual Speak Out conference.
Published on 11 March 2013
A WWII soldier’s helmet and a 1934 Meccano toy car were just two of the local treasures unveiled at the weekend in a new travelling museum.
Published on 16 January 2013
Paperwork is being drawn up this month to transfer the responsibility of Hanwell Community Centre to Ealing Council from 1 April 2013.
Published on 31 October 2012
Almost 40 sackfuls of rubbish were collected from the canal towpath in Southall as council staff, police officers and community volunteers joined forces for a clear up day.
Published on 16 October 2012
Ealing’s reputation as one of the country’s most cycle-friendly boroughs was reinforced this weekend when residents enjoyed a special event and local cycling achievements were celebrated.
Published on 2 July 2012
Ealing youngsters can now sign up to more than 100 free courses and activities taking place over the summer through the council’s ‘Futureversity’ programme.
Published on 27 March 2012
Young people from across the borough are invited to nominate themselves, or their friends, to become Ealing’s next Youth Mayor.
Published on 19 March 2012
The Big Lottery Fund has awarded £1million to Copley Close, Hanwell to help develop new community facilities.
Published on 26 September 2011
Ealing’s Youth Mayor and members of the Horizon’s ShoutOut forum met the Prime Minister and celebrities including Paralympian, Ade Adepitan, and rapper, Tinchy Stryder, at 10 Downing Street last week.
Published on 12 August 2011
The Metropolitan Police is appealing for information following the death of Mr Richard Mannington Bowes last night.
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