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myWestEaling is an online site which aims to be the first port of call for any and all information about West Ealing

The initial funding for MyWestEaling Logo came from the London Borough of Ealing’s Riot Recovery/High Street Innovation Fund. The site is owned and managed by a local Community Interest Company called West Ealing Community CIC. The Directors of this company, who all have non-commercial community interests in West Ealing, are David Highton, Simon Hall, John Cowing and Alistair Young.

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Plans to redesign Dean Gardens put on hold

The redesign of Dean Gardens along with all other plans for the West Ealing Liveable Neighbourhood project have been put on hold because of Transport for London's Covid-19 driven financial crisis. It seems all TfL's Liveable Neighbourhood projects are on hold and will...

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Hanwell Hootie goes online – Saturday 9th May

The team organising the Hanwell Hootie have done wonders and a show will go on - streamed live on its Facebook page from 4pm on Saturday May 9th. So at least we can enjoy some live music and some of the artists will get a chance to play. To help pay the artists and...

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Recent Blog posts and upcoming events in West Ealing

Ealing Matters Newsletter

Issue 3     5th December 2018 Welcome to the third Ealing Matters newsletter. We are a network of 62 residents’ and community groups throughout Ealing which is attempting to hold the powers that be to account and to maintain and enhance quality of life for Ealing...

High Court overturns Ealing Council’s decision to sell Southall Town Hall

On Friday, the 20th July 2018, the SAVE SOUTHALL TOWN HALL CAMPAIGN won a major victory at the Royal Courts of Justice. In an oral judgement, Justice McKenna has ruled that Ealing Council acted unlawfully and unreasonably in their decision to sell the Southall Town...

The latest news from Ealing Matters on building development plans across the borough

  Welcome to the second newsletter from Ealing Matters. Formed in winter 2017/18 we are a network of residents’ groups throughout Ealing which is attempting to hold the powers that be to account and to maintain and enhance quality of life for Ealing residents. At...

120 flats and 15-storeys high plans for the Woolworth’s site in West Ealing

A2Dominion have submitted a planning application for the old Woolworth's site in West Ealing. It was due last year but has been delayed. In the meantime, many hundreds of people signed West Ealing Centre Neighbourhood Forum's petition to save the art-deco facade on...

A New Church is Being Built in West Ealing

Work is well underway building a new church building at 53 Drayton Green. The International Presbyterian Church (IPC) was established in West Ealing in 1969. It operated on the Drayton Green site as from 1981. In the latter years its congregation rose to over 80 and...

It’s tough on the high street – Warren Evans looks for an emergency sale

Today's (7th January) Sunday Times business section has an article about the owners of upmarket bed makers Warren Evans racing to secure an emergency sale as it head for a loss. Warren Evans has 14 showrooms with one in West Ealing on the old Daniels site. The article...

A new independent coffee shop opens in West Ealing

It looks like the New Year has answered some people's prayers - a new independent coffee shop has opened in West Ealing just east of the Lido Junction. Doppio is the fourth branch of this small chain though a big part of their business is in supplying about 700 London...

West Ealing news and rumours

In June the Sainsbury’s site in Melbourne Ave was bought for  £22.4m by Aprirose and Aurora   Is this the first step to a new development stretching all the way north to Broadway…could be a new, bigger Sainsbury’s? The West Ealing Hub in St James Avenue seems to have...

The changing face of West Ealing

These two cranes caught my eye and just encapsulate how much West Ealing is changing. One crane is on the site of the new mosque and the other on the BHS site.  Both these buildings will radically alter the local skyscape in the next couple of years. And I can easily...

NatWest bank in West Ealing to close

The Royal Bank of Scotland has announced it is closing 197 NatWest branches and one of these is West Ealing, the branch at the Lido Junction on the corner of the Uxbridge Rd and Drayton Green Rd.  This is disappointing and makes the second bank closure in West Ealing...
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