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News published June 2016

  • Local favourite Greenford Carnival back for 2016

    Published Wednesday 29 June 2016

    Ealing Council is hosting Greenford Carnival in Ravenor Park on Saturday, 2 July 2016.

  • Primary school encourages a mile of exercise each day

    Published Tuesday 28 June 2016

    A simple painted track around a Greenford primary school playground is helping pupils to get fit and have fun by encouraging them to run, jog or walk a mile a day for up to 15 minutes.

  • Teachers’ strike, Tuesday 5 July

    Published Tuesday 28 June 2016

    A number of Ealing schools are likely to be affected by the strike action called by the National Union of Teachers (NUT) on Tuesday, 5 July, 2016.

  • Blue badge fraudster pays the price

    Published Monday 27 June 2016

    More than 50 drivers caught illegally using disabled parking permits, known as blue badges, have either been prosecuted, or are in the process of being prosecuted, by Ealing Council since last July.

  • Review of Old Oak and Park Royal Development welcomed

    Published Thursday 23 June 2016

    Ealing Council has today welcomed the news that the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched a formal review of the organisation responsible for regenerating Old Oak in west London.

  • Energy efficiency grants available to small businesses

    Published Monday 20 June 2016

    Council grants of up to £5,000 could be available to Ealing’s small and medium sized businesses in a bid to help them become more energy efficient.

  • Ealing Council highlights the issue of elder abuse

    Published Thursday 16 June 2016

    Ealing Council and its partners showed their support for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day by holding an event to raise awareness of the issue.

  • Peers praise council performance

    Published Wednesday 15 June 2016

    Last night Ealing Council cabinet members considered the results of the Corporate Peer Challenge which the council undertook in March this year.

  • Ealing gears up for National Bike Week

    Published Monday 13 June 2016

    Ealing Council will be celebrating National Bike Week by encouraging residents and its staff to cycle more.

  • Perceval House car park closure

    Published Monday 13 June 2016

    The car park behind Perceval House will close temporarily from 13 to 29 June so it can be transformed into the count centre for this month’s EU referendum.

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