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News published May 2017

  • Find your local polling station online

    Published Wednesday 31 May 2017

    The UK parliamentary general election will take place on Thursday, 8 June.

  • Minute's silence for London Bridge attack victims

    Published Wednesday 24 May 2017

    Following the attack that took place in London Bridge on Saturday 3 June, a minutes silence will be led by the Worshipful Mayor of Ealing, Simon Woodroofe at 11am tomorrow (Tuesday 6 June).

  • Statement on Manchester terror attack

    Published Tuesday 23 May 2017

    Statement from Paul Najsarek, chief executive of Ealing Council.

  • Smile for Ealing

    Published Friday 19 May 2017

    Ealing is celebrating National Smile Month to raise awareness of the importance of healthy teeth and to improve the oral health of children.

  • Support Ealing Council’s bid to become Digital Council of the Year

    Published Wednesday 17 May 2017

    Ealing has been named as a finalist for Digital Council of the Year at the national Digital Leaders 100 Awards. The nomination recognises the council’s continued work in improving online and digital services to residents.

  • Centre opens its doors on dementia

    Published Tuesday 16 May 2017

    The Michael Flanders Resource Centre is hosting events across two days to raise awareness of dementia in Ealing.

  • Walk to school for health and happiness

    Published Monday 15 May 2017

    Ealing Council is encouraging families to leave the car at home and get moving during National Walk to School Week.

  • Look out for polling cards

    Published Tuesday 9 May 2017

    Ealing residents should look out for polling cards for the UK parliamentary general election coming through their door this week.

  • Can you transform a child’s life?

    Published Friday 5 May 2017

    Ealing Council’s fostering service will be touring the borough during Foster Care Fortnight (8-21 May) talking to the public about how they can become foster carers.

  • Caterpillar caution advised for residents

    Published Thursday 4 May 2017

    Ealing Council is advising residents to keep children and animals away from hairy caterpillars and their nests in oak trees because the hairs can cause itching skin rashes and other health problems.

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