Northfields artist wins Ealing Open prize

Ealing Times:

9:26am Friday 25th July 2014

NORTHFIELDS resident Stuart Pound is the winner of the eighth Ealing Open art prize for his film entry, titled Run.

Tighten your belts: Ealing Council has to make £96m savings in five years

Ealing Times:

1:26pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

PEOPLE in Ealing are being warned there will be a major squeeze on council budgets over the next five years.

Drivers beware: months of disruption in Southall Broadway

Ealing Times:

12:48pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

PREPARE for a summer and autumn of disruption if you’re a regular user of Southall Broadway.

Campaigners scent victory over Warren Farm plans: QPR 'having second thoughts'

Ealing Times:

12:30pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

CAMPAIGNERS looking to keep Warren Farm open space for the public are welcoming unconfirmed reports that QPR Football Club are considering pulling out of a deal with Ealing Council to develop part of the site.

Two jailed for Ealing housing benefit fraud

Ealing Times:

8:01pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

AN Ealing student and a Hanwell man have been sent to prison for fraudulently claiming thousands in housing benefits after failing to notify Ealing Council of changes in their circumstances.

Queen's Award for innovative Acton firm

Ealing Times:

5:24pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

AN Acton firm has received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation.

Northolt youngsters enjoy dinosaur day out - with golf thrown in!

Ealing Times:

12:17pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

THE new Dinosaur Escape Adventure Golf centre welcomed local schoolchildren from Downe Manor Primary School in Kingshill Avenue, Northolt, to meet Dr Dino’s Jurassic giants and try out the adventure golf course.

Letter to Editor: Were you one of the unsung heroes of WW2 at Ordnance Centre, Greenford?

Ealing Times:

2:58pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

THERE are readers of your website who either worked during World War Two at the Ordnance Depot at Greenford or knew someone who did.

Ealing voters will now have to register individually

Ealing Times:

8:47am Tuesday 22nd July 2014

THE biggest change to voter registration in a lifetime has started - and Ealing will join councils across the country in moving towards an individual electoral registration system.

Work on creating 'cultural quarter' in Ealing moves step closer

Ealing Times:

9:09am Monday 21st July 2014

A COMPULSORY purchase order was made on Friday to enable the development of a £100m ‘cultural quarter’ in Ealing Broadway.

CBeebies star shows way for greener Ealing families

Ealing Times:

3:20pm Monday 21st July 2014

PARENTS and children from Ealing attended an environmental and educational workshop with the star of the popular CBeebies programme Mr Bloom’s Nursery on Sunday.

Views of Grand Union residents sought on 'sustainable living'

Ealing Times:

2:42pm Monday 21st July 2014

RESIDENTS of Grand Union Village in Northolt are being asked to give their views on what it’s like living in a neighbourhood designed to encourage sustainable living.

Greenford man who reported fly-tipping told to clear it up himself

Ealing Times:

6:47pm Thursday 17th July 2014

A FURIOUS home owner has accused Ealing Council of a lack of understanding after they refused to remove a mountain of rubbish dumped on his property last week.

PC who risked her life to rescue toddler from Southall road is commended

Ealing Times:

4:11pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

AN off-duty policeman, who rescued a toddler that had walked on to the busy road, has been commended for her brave actions.

Unclaimed £1m Lotto ticket was bought in Ealing

Ealing Times:

1:33pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

A LOTTO jackpot prize worth £1,045,504 has yet to be claimed from a ticket bought in the borough of Ealing.

Hotel and homes plan for Gipsy Corner - you can have your say

Ealing Times:

8:48am Tuesday 15th July 2014

PEOPLE in Acton are being invited to share their views on plans to develop the Gipsy Corner site, adjacent to Horn Lane and Western Avenue with a 102-bedroom hotel/restaurant and 72 homes.

First Ealing Fairtrade awards contest announced

Ealing Times:

8:39am Tuesday 15th July 2014

NOMINATIONS for the first Ealing Fairtrade Awards are underway with the aim of promoting Fairtrade support in the borough.

Landmark Northolt hotel to become a Wetherspoon's

Ealing Times:

7:17am Friday 11th July 2014

THE Greenwood Hotel in Whitton Avenue West, Northolt, is to become a Wetherspoon’s.

Big plans for Gunnersbury Park after £4.7m Heritage Lottery award

Ealing Times:

7:44am Friday 11th July 2014

GUNNERSBURY Park is to benefit from almost £4.7m of Heritage Lottery funding.

Ealing youngsters are finalists in London Cycling Awards

Ealing Times:

1:42pm Thursday 10th July 2014

CHILDREN from St Gregory’s RC Primary School in Woodfield Road, Ealing, are finalists in next week’s annual London Cycling Awards for their Biking Schools Project.

We are all inventors, says former Southall student Trevor Baylis

Ealing Times:

8:12am Thursday 10th July 2014

STUDENTS at the Southall campus of Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College were encouraged to think of themselves as inventors by former Southall mechanical engineering student and inventor of the wind-up radio, Trevor Baylis.

Three Southall firms pay heavy price for fly-tipping

Ealing Times:

11:29am Wednesday 9th July 2014

THREE Southall firms have been ordered to pay more than £3,400 in fines and costs after pleading guilty to fly-tipping offences.

Most London firms prefer Heathrow expansion

Ealing Times:

6:03am Wednesday 9th July 2014

A MAJORITY of London businesses (54%) would prefer Heathrow to be expanded, compared with 30% backing Gatwick.

Hunt for homeless man after trail of thefts in Ealing and beyond

Ealing Times:

12:27pm Tuesday 8th July 2014

POLICE investigating burglaries at a number of churches and a vicarage in Richmond, Ealing and Kensington-Chelsea are appealing for information on the whereabouts of 46-year-old David Spencer.

Youngsters help transform Southall drugs den into sensory garden

Ealing Times:

12:37pm Tuesday 8th July 2014

MORE than 1,000 schoolchildren have played a key role in transforming a former drug den into a community space.

Stillbirth campaign group urges Ealing Hospital to adopt early-warning test

Ealing Times:

10:14pm Monday 7th July 2014

EALING Hospital is being urged to sign up to a new campaign, which could save 1,000 babies' lives each year.

Ealing water savings equivalent to 30 Olympic pools

Ealing Times:

7:20am Monday 7th July 2014

WATER consumption by Ealing Council was cut by 33% in the first year of a five-year project.

Rivals clash over Shelter's housing 'blackspot' report on Ealing

Ealing Times:

6:55am Monday 7th July 2014

EALING Central and Acton MP Angie Bray is questioning a report from Shelter which labelled Ealing a ‘housing blackspot’.

Midsummer Night's Dream comes to W5

Ealing Times:

6:42am Monday 7th July 2014

EALING amateur theatre group the Beaufort Players present A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare from July 17-19 at the Church of the Ascension hall in Beaufort Road, W5.

Cinema operator named for Ealing Filmworks site

Ealing Times:

7:35am Saturday 5th July 2014

PICTUREHOUSE Cinemas will open their largest cinema to date at the new Ealing Filmworks development.

Ealing fire crews preparing for open day

Ealing Times:

8:55am Saturday 5th July 2014

EALING Fire Station is hosting an open day on Saturday, July 12, from 1-4pm.

Could you walk someone's dog in Greenford? Appeal by Cinnamon Trust

Ealing Times:

8:48am Saturday 5th July 2014

DOG-WALKING volunteers are needed for someone in Greenford unable to exercise an eight-year-old medium cross.

Skin care patients to benefit from Ealing service in community

Ealing Times:

6:57pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

DERMATOLOGY patients in Ealing are set to benefit from a new service that gives them access to specialist appointments for diagnosis and treatment plans without having to attend a hospital.

Arts evening fills grounds of St Augustine's Priory

Ealing Times:

6:16am Thursday 3rd July 2014

ST Augustine’s Priory School in Ealing opened its doors and grounds to neighbours for its annual summer arts evening.

Penny Loaf Day to mark Ealing bakery's centenary

Ealing Times:

2:46pm Tuesday 1st July 2014

PARKER’S Bakery in Northfield Avenue will be celebrating 100 years in business with the return of the penny loaf on Saturday, July 12, to coincide with Northfields Summer Fun Day.

New social network linking community in Ealing

Ealing Times:

6:20am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

A NEW social network has sprung up and its focus is on connecting communities like Ealing.

Ealing summer play schemes: bookings being taken

Ealing Times:

8:06pm Monday 30th June 2014

BOOKINGS are now open for Ealing Council's summer holiday play schemes.

TV show looking to give your garden a makeover

Ealing Times:

5:04pm Monday 30th June 2014

IS your garden out of control? Have your plants seen better days?

Ealing College appoints new principal

Ealing Times: Garry Phillips: joining from Telford

11:40am Monday 30th June 2014

GARRY PHILLIPS has joined Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College as its new principal and chief executive. He takes over from interim principal Elaine McMahon.

Your money-off voucher for Ealing's new PizzaExpress - just cut it out and take it along

Ealing Times: Your money-off voucher for Ealing's new PizzaExpress - just cut it out and take it along

9:01pm Friday 27th June 2014

PizzaExpress is preparing to launch its new-look two-storey restaurant in Bond Street, Ealing, on Tuesday.

Pay your council tax by direct debit and you could win £25,000

Ealing Times: Pay your council tax by Direct Debit and you could win £25,000

7:00pm Friday 27th June 2014

THE clock is ticking for Ealing residents, who have just two weeks left to scoop £25,000 as part of a council tax promotion run by Bacs Payment Schemes, the not-for-profit organisation behind direct debit.

First glimpse of new Dickens Yard apartments in central Ealing

Ealing Times: Apartment with a view: the Wembley Arch is visible at dusk

2:37pm Friday 27th June 2014

THE new Dickens Yard development in Ealing town centre will launch its first homes this weekend.

Armed forces take centre stage at Greenford Carnival

Ealing Times: Armed forces take centre stage at Greenford Carnival

1:03pm Friday 27th June 2014

PEOPLE in the borough are invited to celebrate Armed Forces Day at Greenford Carnival tomorrow (Saturday).

Seal of approval for out-of-hours Ealing GP service

Ealing Times: Seal of approval for out-of-hours Ealing GP service

7:58am Friday 27th June 2014

THE out-of-hours GP service covering west and north-west London, including Ealing, has passed a national quality audit with flying colours.

Anyone for tennis? Why youngsters took to the courts in Ealing

Ealing Times: Mean backhand: Asda Community Life Champion Donna Turner in action

4:50pm Tuesday 24th June 2014

ON the eve of Andy Murray’s first Wimbledon defence, 300 primary aged children took part in a tennis carousel and competition at Ealing Tennis Club.

Ealing Midsummer Fair returns for three days at weekend

Ealing Times: They're in the house: comedy act the King Elvises with celebrity chef Jean-Christophe Novelli

12:18pm Sunday 22nd June 2014

PREPARATIONS are well underway for this year's Ealing Midsummer Fair being on Ealing Green next weekend.

Ealing community comes together to kick out diabetes

Ealing Times: Teamwork: the clasy residents team, managed by Jags Sangehra and supported by councillors Rajinder and Gurmit Mann

8:26pm Friday 20th June 2014

PEOPLE in Ealing came together to ‘kick out diabetes’ at a community fun day to raise awareness of the condition, which affects thousands in the borough.

New council homes agreed for Greenford, Northolt, Southall

Ealing Times: On the way: new homes are planned in the north and west of the borough

7:02pm Friday 20th June 2014

THE construction of new homes in Greenford, Northolt and Southall moved a step closer after Ealing Council confirmed which firms would build them.

Hanwell Carnival this weekend

Ealing Times: Carnival time in Hanwell on Saturday

6:54pm Friday 20th June 2014

CARNIVAL fever will grip Hanwell tomorrow (Saturday) with a day of activities in Elthorne Park, Boston Road, from noon to 6pm.

Why Brentford FC's new scholar is proud to follow in uncle's footsteps

Ealing Times: Generations: Young Chris with his dad, Jim

8:48am Friday 20th June 2014

NEW Brentford Football Club scholar Chris Mepham will feel a particular pride in pulling on the famous striped jersey.






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