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News published January 2015

  • Independent Health Commission comes to Ealing

    Published Tuesday 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.

  • Help to get COSIE in the cold

    Published Monday 26 January 2015

    With the winter now making itself felt, people in need of some help to keep themselves and their homes warm are being urged to contact the council’s Cold Weather Support in Ealing (COSIE) team.

  • Ealing to plant tree to mark Holocaust anniversary

    Published Monday 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.

  • Trailblazing bus lane trial eases traffic congestion

    Published Monday 12 January 2015

    A new road marking system encouraging drivers to use a bus lane in non-operational hours, has led to an improvement in road efficiency on Mandeville Road, Northolt.

  • Ealing the first in London to trial cycle lights

    Published Wednesday 7 January 2015

    Ealing is the first London borough to install innovative solar powered LED cycle path lights.

  • Say ‘I do’ to this year’s Ealing Council’s wedding fair

    Published Wednesday 7 January 2015

    Ealing Town Hall will be dressed to impress when it hosts the council’s sixth annual wedding fair on Saturday, 7 February. Tickets are limited, so make sure you register if you want to attend.

  • Local primaries doing well in year 6 SATS

    Published Wednesday 7 January 2015

    Latest government figures show that Ealing 10 and 11 year olds from disadvantaged backgrounds do better in reading, writing and maths than their peers nationally.

  • New fruit route picked for Hanwell

    Published Tuesday 6 January 2015

    Ealing Council and the Hanwell and Norwood Green Orchard Trail will be planting a new ‘fruit route’ made up of fruit trees and bushes over the next few weeks with the help of local residents.

  • Local groups and residents invited to community conference

    Published Tuesday 6 January 2015

    Ealing Council, along with the EU-funded iParticipate project, will host an international conference on ways to better integrate non-EU migrants in political and social life on Thursday, 22 January.

  • Primary deadline approaches

    Published Tuesday 6 January 2015

    Parents of children due to start infant and primary schools in September 2015 should return their applications before Thursday, 15 January.

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