Take a 'chilling' tour of disused Hanwell police station

Ealing Times:

4:45pm Thursday 30th October 2014

THE Victorian police station in Uxbridge Road, Hanwell, will be the location for three nights of historical ghost tours in November.

Memorial service in Greenford will celebrate life of tragic Alice

Ealing Times:

7:21pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

A PUBLIC memorial ceremony to celebrate the life of Alice Gross will be held this Sunday at Greenford Hall.

Acton man named as victim of Shepherd's Bush death crash

Ealing Times:

7:26pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

A MAN seriously injured in a road accident in Shepherd's Bush on Sunday died in hospital yesterday (Tuesday).

What a challenge for Ealing man: 41 Olympic sports to try out before Rio

Ealing Times:

3:36pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

SIR STEVE Redgrave is among the sporting heroes backing an Ealing man's very personal bid to keep the Olympic legacy alive two years on from London 2012.

Southall 'crack house' closed for three months in victory for neighbours

Ealing Times:

4:28pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

POLICE and council have shut down a ‘crack house’ in Southall following complaints from residents.

Dentists in Ealing join action to force debate on 'punitive' increased charges

Ealing Times:

4:00pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

DENTISTS in Ealing are set to rebel against their own regulator, the General Dental Council, to preserve access to NHS dental services for all patients and protect against punitive fee increases.

Single mum's battle for Ealing parking permit goes on

Ealing Times:

3:46pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

SINGLE mother Claire Clottey is struggling to obtain parking permission near her home in Ealing after years of trying.

Letter to Editor: Accessible stations rightly a priority for London

Ealing Times:

4:00pm Monday 27th October 2014

COMMUTERS in Ealing may be aware of the recently-announced £75m plan by the Mayor of London to make the transport network more accessible for disabled Londoners and visitors to the capital.

On your bike! Acton youngsters to benefit from cycling grant

Ealing Times:

10:29am Monday 27th October 2014

EALING has received one of 16 grants from the Community Cycling Fund for London to encourage new or infrequent cyclists to saddle up.

Hallowe'en run through Broadway shopping centre to support Ealing charity

Ealing Times:

9:25am Sunday 26th October 2014

EALING Broadway Shopping Centre and the Ealing Half Marathon team are teaming up to host a 2km run with a Hallowe’en twist to raise money for charity.

Ealing's selfless volunteers celebrate at ROAR Awards

Ealing Times:

10:01am Sunday 26th October 2014

INDIVIDUALS and groups who improve their neighbourhoods were honoured at the sixth annual Recognising Oustanding Achievement of Residents (ROAR) Awards at Ealing Town Hall.

'Coin that fell from sky' statue unveiled to mark re-launch of Walpole Park, Ealing

Ealing Times:

6:05pm Friday 24th October 2014

A SCULPTURE created for the London Design Festival was unveiled today by Ealing schoolchildren and council leaders to celebrate the regeneration of Walpole Park.

Radio play on our only assassinated PM to be recorded in Ealing

Ealing Times:

5:55pm Friday 24th October 2014

YOU can be in the audience for the live recording of a play for radio, The Life and Times of Spencer Perceval, the only British prime minister to be assassinated.

Still 11 months to go - but entries for Ealing Half Marathon open today!

Ealing Times:

2:36pm Friday 24th October 2014

THE Ealing Half Marathon will return to Lammas Park next year on Sunday, September 27 – and registration is already underway with the first 500 entrants benefiting from a £5 early bird discount.

Fitness sessions on Ealing Common are also helping good cause

Ealing Times:

2:26pm Friday 24th October 2014

A TEACHER from Ealing is holding fitness boot camp sessions at Ealing Common to raise money for charity while taking part in next year’s London Marathon.

Rock on! Music journalist talks about breaking into the business

Ealing Times:

9:47am Friday 24th October 2014

SONY Award winning presenter and music journalist Kylie Olsson turned an Acton student’s classroom into a star-studded event when she visited DLD Sixth-Form College in London to share her experiences of the music industry.

Ealing's official salute to tragic Alice on day of her funeral

Ealing Times:

7:17pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE flag was flying at half mast over Ealing Town Hall today in memory of Alice Gross, whose funeral took place this morning.

Alice family's moving tribute to her on day of Hanwell teenager's funeral

Ealing Times:

11:39am Thursday 23rd October 2014

ALICE GROSS’ family have released a statement following the funeral service in Hanwell this morning.

Alice Gross funeral cortege passes through Hanwell

Ealing Times:

10:06am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE funeral of Alice Gross is taking place in Hanwell this morning.

How do you bin yours?

Ealing Times:

12:03pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

Ealing Broadway Business Improvement District (BID) has been running a campaign, with the aim of reducing littered gum in the local area.

Two found with stab wounds after early-morning Ealing Broadway alert

Ealing Times:

11:24am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A MAN is under arrest on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm following a stabbing near Ealing Broadway this morning.

Could town hall be used for hotel and homes as part of Ealing town centre transformation?

Ealing Times:

3:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

WAYS of transforming the town hall, Perceval House and Ealing Central Library, to help revitalise the town centre and save millions of pounds, are being explored by the council.

Selling off the family jewels, say Ealing Tories

Ealing Times:

3:24pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

CONSERVATIVES are questioning why the options for Ealing Town Hall, Perceval House and the central library (story above) were not highlighted in Labour’s manifesto before last May’s borough elections.

Dogs seized, man in custody after cat is killed in Ealing

Ealing Times:

1:31pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

POLICE seized two dogs, believed to be pit-bull types, while a 51-year-old man was arrested, following a raid on a home in Leighton Road, West Ealing.

Extra places at Northolt and Hanwell schools to meet growing demand

Ealing Times:

2:08pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

MORE primary and high school places will be created after Ealing Council’s cabinet agreed to the expansion of Greenwood Primary in Northolt and Elthorne Park High School, Hanwell.

Juice shop back in West Ealing after trial run

Ealing Times:

5:12pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

FOLLOWING a short stint in Ealing Council’s pop-up-shop in February, the Juice Cube has launched a juice bar.

Harlee Dean set for recall as Bees face Wednesday

Ealing Times:

6:10am Tuesday 21st October 2014

HARLEE DEAN is set to replace the suspended James Tarkowski for Brentford when they entertain Sheffield Wednesday at Griffin Park tonight.

Things that go screech in the night - specially from Southall!

Ealing Times:

2:51pm Monday 20th October 2014

OWLS, traditionally messengers of doom, will be the focus of an autumn play scheme run by Southall-based conservation charity A Rocha UK.

Old Bailey: man denies killing wife in Northolt home

Ealing Times:

11:53am Monday 20th October 2014

A MAN accused of decapitating his wife in their Northolt home denies killing her.

New technology and old-fashioned policing combine to tackle Ealing's burglars

Ealing Times:

8:21am Monday 20th October 2014

OPERATION Bumblebee, the Met’s initiative to tackle the 25 per cent rise in home burglaries traditionally seen during autumn and winter, starts today.

Landscaper Richard Flenley made trustee of Pitzhanger Manor

Ealing Times:

8:48pm Sunday 19th October 2014

PITZHANGER Manor Trust has appointed Richard Flenley as a trustee.

Students look behind scenes at Crossrail's Stockley flyover site

Ealing Times:

11:07am Friday 17th October 2014

A TOTAL of 21 students from Dormers Wells High School in Southall, Greenford High School and Uxbridge College had the chance to visit the Crossrail fly-over site at Stockley Park, near Hayes, this week.

Masked men on run after South Ealing bank snatch

Ealing Times:

8:27am Friday 17th October 2014

TWO balaclava-clad men, one armed with a hammer, stole a case from a security guard outside Barclays Bank, South Ealing, yesterday.

Look behind you! Zombie Apocalypse coming to Ealing for Hallowe'en

Ealing Times:

12:48pm Thursday 16th October 2014

EALING folk beware, the zombie apocalypse is nigh.

Staying warm in Ealing: call COSIE helpline

Ealing Times:

11:18am Thursday 16th October 2014

PEOPLE who need help to keep their homes warm this winter are urged to contact the Cold Weather Support in Ealing (COSIE).

Northolt dad completes four triathlons in two weeks carrying oxygen cylinder

Ealing Times:

12:56pm Thursday 16th October 2014

AN assistant shop manager and father of two has completed the equivalent of four Olympic triathlons, despite having to use an oxygen cylinder and mask as he suffers from cystic fibrosis.

Hanwell girl makes waves in the world of canoe slalom

Ealing Times:

10:48am Thursday 16th October 2014

HANWELL girl Amelia Combes is celebrating being promoted to National Division 2 in the Ladies Kayak singles (K1), despite her young age.

Ealing teenage-only classes aim to launch youngsters into stage careers

Ealing Times:

12:59pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

STAGECOACH Ealing has launched its first teenage-only class, which was full within a day.

Ealing info session will highlight problems of living with dementia

Ealing Times:

12:39pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

PEOPLE from across Ealing are invited to join a Dementia Friends information session on November 25.

Open-mic finals is chance for Ealing's Tayah to make musical breakthrough

Ealing Times:

6:16am Tuesday 14th October 2014

A TEENAGE talent show addict from Ealing is hoping her biggest performance yet will steer her towards a £5,000 grand prize - and a career in music.

Ealing comedy film double bill at St Barnabas

Ealing Times:

8:44pm Sunday 12th October 2014

EALING, the home of British film-making, but has had no cinema since 2008.

Missing girl, 15, last seen in Ealing, is safe and well

Ealing Times:

6:34pm Thursday 9th October 2014

POLICE, who were appealing for help in tracing 15-year-old Millie Spencer, from Kingston, last seen in Gunnersbury Avenue, Ealing, on October 2, report she is safe and well.

Stink from pumping station storm tank upsets Acton neighbours

Ealing Times:

4:59pm Friday 10th October 2014

PEOPLE in Acton are concerned for their health following a long summer of stench from pumping station storm tanks.

Ealing prominent in West London Business Awards nominations

Ealing Times:

12:57pm Saturday 11th October 2014

THE shortlist for the West London Business Awards has been announced and includes a number of Ealing firms.

Store's £500 gift will help pay for Southall community day

Ealing Times:

12:42pm Saturday 11th October 2014

A SOUTHALL charity is thrilled after receiving a £500 windfall this week as part of the re-launch celebrations for Tesco Extra at Bull’s Bridge on the Hayes border.

Alice's mother attends inquest opening

Ealing Times:

2:21pm Friday 10th October 2014

THE body of Alice Gross was found submerged and wrapped in a plastic bag, an inquest heard today.

Step-free work planned at Hanwell station ahead of Crossrail

Ealing Times:

4:38pm Friday 10th October 2014

HANWELL Station will be fully step-free ahead of the opening of Crossrail in 2019.

Elyar Fox joins campaign to get musical instruments into schools

Ealing Times:

2:44pm Thursday 9th October 2014

EALING-born pop singer Elyar Fox has joined forces with a host of big musical names to back a nationwide appeal to bring instruments to primary school children.

Coming soon: rock 'n' roll tours of Ealing

Ealing Times:

8:50am Wednesday 8th October 2014

BUS tours of sites in the rich musical heritage of Ealing and Richmond are planned.

Lord Sugar launches business school at UWL

Ealing Times:

6:49pm Thursday 9th October 2014

LORD Alan Sugar this week launched the Claude Littner Business School at the University of West London.







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