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News published August 2015

  • West London’s first parklet opens in Ealing

    Published Friday 28 August 2015

    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.

  • People asked to share their lives

    Published Thursday 27 August 2015

    An important scheme that supports adults with learning disabilities within a family home is recruiting more carers.

  • Step right up – it’s Ealing walking month

    Published Wednesday 26 August 2015

    Ealing Council and Southall Community Alliance have teamed-up to declare September as Ealing walking month, and are providing a series of coordinated volunteer-led health walks.

  • Have your say on council tax support

    Published Wednesday 26 August 2015

    Residents have until 27 September to have their say on proposed changes to Ealing’s council tax support scheme.

  • Free fun event at Southall Square this weekend

    Published Tuesday 25 August 2015

    Southall residents are invited to a free fun event on Sunday, 30 August at the town’s recently created public space, Southall Square.

  • Ealing Urgent Care chiefs called to account

    Published Wednesday 19 August 2015

    Health chiefs responsible for Ealing Hospital’s Urgent Care Centre (UCC) are being asked to attend an Ealing Council meeting to answer questions about the service.

  • Make your voice heard by making your mark

    Published Monday 17 August 2015

    Local young people are invited to take part in the 2015 ‘Make Your Mark'; the UK’s biggest youth consultation. Last year, 14,608 young people in Ealing took part.

  • Toad in Walpole – open air theatre returns for the summer

    Published Friday 14 August 2015

    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.

  • Food businesses in court for regulatory breaches

    Published Thursday 13 August 2015

    Four food businesses in Ealing have appeared in court, with two receiving substantial fines, following food hygiene and fly-tipping offences.

  • Noisy bar has licence revoked

    Published Wednesday 12 August 2015

    A bar in Hanwell has had its licence revoked by Ealing Council’s licensing sub-committee following noise complaints.

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