Leisure, parks and libraries news
Ealing’s parks and open spaces have won gold awards for the second year running at the London in Bloom Awards on 15 September 2015 in the large city category.
Shoppers in Ealing are the first in West London to benefit from a new idea brought over from San Francisco to create mini-parks on the high street.
Ealing Council is welcoming SixteenFeet Productions back to Walpole Park for five days starting on Wednesday, 19 August, with its open air theatre production of The Wind in the Willows.
Red tail racer snakes, bearded dragons and poison dart frogs are just some of the residents to be found living in the new indoor animal walkthrough exhibit at Brent Lodge Park Animal Centre, Hanwell.
Local families will be able to enjoy an afternoon packed with free activities and entertainment on Wednesday 5 August as Ealing Council celebrates National Playday at Rectory Park, Northolt.
Ealing Council has been awarded a record number of prestigious Green Flags for sixteen of its parks and open spaces.
Ealing Council is reminding residents to be careful this summer and avoid any contact with Giant Hogweed, a wild plant which can be harmful if touched.
Don’t miss Ealing Council’s Blues Festival, the biggest celebration of English blues heritage and culture in West London, in Walpole Park on Saturday, 25 and Sunday, 26 July.
Acton Carnival is back with the ‘Sounds of Acton’ festival on Saturday, 11 July in Acton Park.
With just 50 days left until the start, Ealing Council is encouraging residents to get behind this year’s Ealing Summer Festival by following it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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