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News published July 2017

  • Building futures for young residents

    Published Thursday 20 July 2017

    Ealing Council has won £1.6 million from the Department for Education l to expand its creative new approach to help young people with complex learning and behaviour needs.

  • Green Flags flying over 21 of Ealing’s Parks

    Published Thursday 20 July 2017

    Ealing Council has been awarded a record number of prestigious Green Flags for 21 of its parks and open spaces, further enhancing the borough’s reputation as one of the greenest and most beautiful in London.

  • Ealing Council demands rethink over Southall Jobcentre closure

    Published Friday 14 July 2017

    Ealing Council is demanding that Damian Hinds MP, Minister of State for Employment, reconsider his decision to close Southall Jobcentre.

  • Plans for new homes and council offices move forward

    Published Tuesday 11 July 2017

    On Tuesday, 11 July, Ealing Council’s cabinet selected Galliford Try as the partner to take forward plans for the redevelopment of its headquarters building.

  • Brand new Adult Learning Prospectus now available

    Published Friday 7 July 2017

    Local people wishing to improve their employment opportunities, expand their horizons, get creative or brush up on their skills should look no further than the range of courses available from Ealing Council’s adult learning service.

  • Pedal your way through the summer

    Published Monday 3 July 2017

    A series of free family fun bike rides will take place this summer. The rides will take off from four separate locations across the borough on eight consecutive Sundays.

  • Trading standards applauded for hallmark project

    Published Monday 3 July 2017

    Ealing’s trading standards team has won the prestigious British Hallmarking Council Touchstone Award 2017 for their work in cracking down on jewellery businesses selling items illegally described.

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