Health and adult social care news
Health and social care staff across the borough are working flat out to cope with the unprecedented health emergency of coronavirus. You can help by following NHS advice and using its services in the right way. These temporary changes will help to focus all our efforts and resources in the best way to tackle this outbreak.
The government has announced that from Friday (20 March 2020) UK schools will close until further notice as part of ongoing measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Following recent developments, we will all have very real concerns and worries about the potential impact of COVID-19 on your families and our community.
Ealing, like all other local authorities, is currently receiving daily updates on the Coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak.
With temperatures forecast to drop to zero or below over the next few nights, our outreach team will be working hard to persuade rough sleepers to move into emergency beds.
Ealing Council’s safe zone outside Marie Stopes Clinic on Mattock Lane stays in place after Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton, Lady Justice King and Lady Justice Nicola Davies dismissed this further appeal of the Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO).
Essential maintenance of the council's website will be taking place over this weekend, 3 and 4 August.
In response to residents’ concerns around Southall Waterside Development, Ealing Council is hosting two public meetings on Wednesday, 10 July at the Southall Dominion Centre.
Ealing is marking Dementia Action Week 2019 with a series of events raising awareness of dementia and identifying ways to support those affected.
Ealing Council has welcomed news that the NHS controversial Shaping a Healthier Future plan has been binned.
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