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News published October 2017

  • Make Halloween green

    Published Friday 27 October 2017

    Ealing Council is reminding residents to think green while celebrating Diwali, Halloween and Bonfire Night.

  • Drop-in consultation events at Gurnell Leisure Centre

    Published Thursday 26 October 2017

    Local people can find out more about proposals for the redevelopment of Gurnell Leisure Centre at two drop-in consultation events, being held on 30 October (4pm and 9pm) and 31 October (6.30am to 2pm).

  • Disposal of historical Acton site

    Published Tuesday 24 October 2017

    Cabinet will be asked to review plans and to consider uses for the old Acton library site next month.

  • Ealing mental health centre reopens in new premises

    Published Monday 23 October 2017

    The Solace Centre has reopened its doors in West Ealing coinciding with World Mental Health Day (10 October 2017).

  • Traffic free path launched in Ealing

    Published Friday 20 October 2017

    A traffic free path has officially opened today for Ealing residents and visitors looking to enjoy their trip from Greenford to Ealing along Ruislip Road East.

  • Proposed safe areas for Acton

    Published Friday 20 October 2017

    Ealing Council is seeking the views of residents after proposing to install alley gates in a number of footpaths across Acton to clean up the area.

  • Views wanted on proposed Southall safe zones

    Published Wednesday 18 October 2017

    “Safe zones” are being proposed in certain areas of Southall, to improve the quality of life for residents and visitors. As part of this, the council would like to hear your opinion.

  • Southall restaurant fined £155k over food hygiene offences

    Published Wednesday 18 October 2017

    Ealing Council’s food safety team has taken legal action against a Southall restaurant, Chini Chor on South Road, after council officers found them breaking the law regarding food hygiene.

  • Ealing launches Hate Crime Awareness Week

    Published Monday 16 October 2017

    The council and MET Police will be jointly running events throughout the week with community pop-ups across Ealing culminating with the final event on Friday.

  • Ealing Council ready to tackle extra leaf fall this autumn

    Published Thursday 12 October 2017

    With autumn well and truly underway, Ealing Council’s street-sweeping teams will be tackling the seasonal increase in fallen leaves, ensuring that roads and pavements around important public places are as safe as possible for residents.

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