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News published June 2015

  • Plans to increase recycling approved

    Published Wednesday 17 June 2015

    Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed proposals to increase recycling in the borough by introducing wheelie bins and switching to alternate weekly collections of refuse and recycling.

  • Council keeps its commitment to Solace Centre users

    Published Wednesday 17 June 2015

    Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to continue providing an out of hours drop-in service for adults with mental health problems, keeping the commitment they made to Solace Centre users.

  • More celebrations for Southall Broadway

    Published Friday 12 June 2015

    Ealing Council is celebrating the improvements to Southall Broadway Boulevard for the second time this week after winning a national award.

  • Residents warned about harmful caterpillars

    Published Friday 12 June 2015

    Ealing Council is strongly advising residents to keep children and animals away from hairy caterpillars and their nests in oak trees because the caterpillars’ hairs can cause health problems.

  • Ealing Council invites residents to think big

    Published Thursday 11 June 2015

    Ealing Council will be spending £410,000 to help spruce up open spaces across the borough as part of the second round of its Transform Your Space initiative.

  • Ealing backs London national park plan

    Published Thursday 11 June 2015

    Ealing Council is getting behind an Ealing geographer who is campaigning to make London into the world’s first national park city.

  • Plans to increase recycling to be considered

    Published Wednesday 10 June 2015

    Ealing Council’s cabinet will consider proposals to increase recycling in the borough by introducing wheelie bins and switching to alternate weekly collections of refuse and recycling.

  • Celebrating Southall Broadway

    Published Tuesday 9 June 2015

    Ealing Council celebrated a £6 million investment to improve Southall Broadway on Sunday (7 June).

  • Get Set to boost your career prospects

    Published Monday 8 June 2015

    A scheme specially designed to help local young people into employment, education and training is inviting applications.

  • Summer dates for dementia cafe

    Published Monday 8 June 2015

    Ealing Council’s Michael Flanders Centre, Acton, is running its ‘Forget Me Not”’ dementia cafe throughout the summer.

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