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News published July 2015

  • Free family fun for all

    Published Tuesday 28 July 2015

    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 in top 10 for early years' achievement

    Published Tuesday 28 July 2015

    Ealing is ranked 6th out of 132 local authorities in the country for helping very young disadvantaged children to achieve a good level of development, according to the latest figures from Ofsted.

  • National recognition for Ealing’s parks

    Published Friday 24 July 2015

    Ealing Council has been awarded a record number of prestigious Green Flags for sixteen of its parks and open spaces.

  • Giant Hogweed in Ealing

    Published Friday 24 July 2015

    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.

  • Thousands of phony accessories seized to secure prosecution

    Published Friday 24 July 2015

    Ealing trading standards has secured a successful prosecution after seizing nearly 22,000 items of counterfeit and unsafe mobile phone accessories in an operation to tackle counterfeit crime.

  • Twenty is plenty in Ealing

    Published Friday 24 July 2015

    Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to the introduction of a new urban speed limit policy, which would establish a 20mph speed limit in residential areas and town centres.

  • Road resurfacing works to start this month

    Published Monday 20 July 2015

    Three roads will each temporarily close for a week during July and August while they are resurfaced as part of the council’s £3.5million road renewal programme.

  • Road resurfacing works to start this month

    Published Monday 20 July 2015

    Three roads will each temporarily close for a week during July and August while they are resurfaced as part of the council’s £3.5million road renewal programme.

  • Local playgroup operator takes on Lammas Park play centre

    Published Friday 17 July 2015

    The Lammas Park play centre will re-open at the end of July for chargeable play and stay sessions. Dawn Buckley, the owner of Tippitoes playgroup, has taken on the management of the building.

  • Summertime blues bonanza

    Published Friday 17 July 2015

    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.

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