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News published September 2016

  • Gold for Ealing

    Published Friday 30 September 2016

    For the third year in a row Ealing has won gold in the London in Bloom Borough of the Year Awards.

  • Time is running out to win £5K

    Published Thursday 22 September 2016

    Ealing Council is reminding residents they could be in with a chance of winning £5,000 if they register to pay their council tax bill by Direct Debit before 5pm on 30 September 2016.

  • High school applications advice on offer

    Published Thursday 22 September 2016

    Ealing Council is hosting a series of advice and information sessions for parents and carers of children due to start high school in September 2017.

  • Progressing nicely

    Published Wednesday 21 September 2016

    An apprentice with Ealing Council is the best progressed apprentice in the capital.

  • Dedicated to cracking fly-tipping

    Published Tuesday 20 September 2016

    Ealing Council has created a new task force to help tackle the borough’s fly-tipping hotspots and find evidence to prosecute the culprits.

  • Off and running

    Published Tuesday 20 September 2016

    Several roads will be closed and buses diverted on Sunday, 25 September when the Ealing Half Marathon takes place.

  • Smokers across Ealing urged to quit for Stoptober

    Published Thursday 15 September 2016

    Stoptober is back for 2016 to encourage smokers across England to quit the habit in October.

  • Brush up your act with garden waste

    Published Thursday 15 September 2016

    Discounts are being offered to Ealing residents to encourage them to recycle fallen leaves and other green waste this autumn.

  • Bunny’s in the Stables

    Published Wednesday 14 September 2016

    Bunny Park Nursery has been chosen as Ealing Council’s preferred bidder to redevelop Brent Lodge Stables.

  • Ealing Council backs Recycle Week

    Published Tuesday 13 September 2016

    Ealing Council is taking part in Recycle Week (12- 18 September) by taking its recycling messages out on to the street and distributing free kitchen caddies to help more residents recycle food waste.

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