Published on 19 November 2015
Ealing Council is inviting proposals to safeguard the future of Ealing Town Hall and breathe new life into the building.
Published on 16 November 2015
As a sign of respect to the 129 people killed in a series of terror attacks in Paris on Friday evening the council has lowered the flags flying over Ealing Town Hall to half-mast.
Published on 28 April 2015
There is just over a week to go until the borough elects its three members of parliament (MPs).
Published on 24 February 2015
Residents are being reminded they have until Monday, 20 April to register their details in time to vote in the parliamentary elections taking place on 7 May.
Published on 21 January 2015
Ealing Council’s cabinet has reiterated the council’s intention to freeze council tax for the seventh year running despite facing a £23.2million cut in its annual government funding from April.
Published on 19 January 2015
Ealing Council is planting a tree on Tuesday, 27 January, to mark Holocaust Memorial Day and remember all those around the world who have lost their lives as a result of acts of genocide.
Published on 24 November 2014
Ealing’s Mayor, Councillor Tej Ram Bagha had some welcome assistance with his job from 9 year old Colin Farah for the Children’s Commissioner’s Takeover Day on 18 November.
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 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 30 July 2014
Members of the public are invited to join the Mayor on the steps of Ealing Town Hall on Monday 4 August to mark the 100th anniversary of Britain entering World War One.
Published on 11 June 2014
Ealing Council has unveiled the team of nine councillors who will form the cabinet, the council’s main decision making body.
Published on 24 May 2014
The Labour Party has retained control over Ealing Council after winning a majority of seats in Thursday's local elections.
Published on 8 April 2014
Young people who live, work or study in Ealing are invited to nominate themselves, or their friends, to become the borough’s sixth Youth Mayor.
Published on 26 February 2014
Ealing Council last night agreed to freeze council tax for the sixth year running – keeping bills at April 2008 levels.
Published on 23 January 2014
Two Ealing Council projects have made the final shortlist in the prestigious Local Government Chronicle awards.
Published on 6 December 2013
A book of condolence has been opened by Ealing Council for Nelson Mandela at the Town Hall.
Published on 3 December 2013
The leader of Ealing Council, Councillor Julian Bell, was shadowed for the day by a year ten student from The Cardinal Wiseman High School, Greenford, as part of Takeover Day 2013.
Published on 22 October 2013
Children from Featherstone Primary School, Southall, took over the council chamber on Wednesday, 16 October as part of a series of events to celebrate European Local Democracy Week.
Published on 24 April 2013
Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to increase some of the council’s lowest paid employee’s salaries to the London Living Wage (LLW) level. This includes some security, catering and cleaning staff.
Published on 10 September 2012
Residents looking for free and unbiased advice on money matters need look no further than Ealing Town Hall.
Published on 4 May 2012
The results of votes cast in the elections for London Mayor and the London Assembly are now available.
Published on 12 October 2011
A group of children have been making the decisions at Ealing Town Hall today as part of the events to celebrate Local Democracy Week (10-14 October).
Published on 4 October 2011
Ealing Council has announced the panel that will oversee the local inquiry into the riots that took place in August.
Published on 14 March 2011
Councillor Julian Bell, council leader, offers a message of condolence to the people of Japan.
Published on 17 January 2011
Ealing Council is planting a tree to mark Holocaust Memorial Day and remember all those around the world who lost their lives as a result of acts of genocide.
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