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News published January 2017

  • Top ten national ranking for Ealing schools

    Published Monday 30 January 2017

    High schools and sixth forms in Ealing continue to beat the national average and are ranked 10th nationally on government measures that compare pupils’ achievement.

  • Student state their case for smart travel projects

    Published Thursday 26 January 2017

    Young people aged 11- 17 came together on Wednesday, 25 January to pitch their smart travel ideas to a panel of transport experts.

  • Statement - Acton African Well Woman Clinic

    Published Wednesday 25 January 2017

    Following recent press coverage on the proposed closure of the Acton African Well Woman clinic, Ealing Council would like to state that the funding to support women and families to access services for female genital mutilation (FGM) and promote awareness of FGM in the community has not been cut.

  • Public meeting on hospital downgrade plans

    Published Tuesday 24 January 2017

    The council is calling on residents to attend a public meeting to discuss NHS plans to downgrade Ealing and Charing Cross hospitals to ‘local’ hospital status.

  • How can life go on? Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

    Published Monday 23 January 2017

    Ealing Council is marking Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 with a memorial service on Friday 27 January, 10am at Ealing Town Hall.

  • Residents urged to take care in cold snap

    Published Tuesday 3 January 2017

    A weather warning has been issued for London with very low temperatures and heavy frosts expected over the next few days. Residents are being asked to take care in the cold snap and to look out for elderly neighbours.

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