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Ealing Matters March 2019

24 March 2019ISSUE 4 The mood of community and residents’ groups in Ealing varies from gloomy to angry. Disenchantment with over-development, planning decisions, and planning competence has been well documented by Ealing Matters and on a number of online forums....

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Ealing Music and Film Festival 13-17 February

Celebrating Ealing's Cultural Heritage This year sees the 7th annual Ealing Music and Film Fastival take place at venues across Ealing including the University of West London, St Barnabas Church, The Brentham Club, St Mary's Church and the MetFilm School. The Festival...

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What future for West Ealing Library?

Ealing Council has approved a proposal for West Ealing library to become one of seven community managed libraries across the borough. With yet more cuts to services on the way, one of these is about the local community taking over the day-to-day running of seven...

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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...

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Mosque needs £2.5million for completion

The building work continues but the mosque in Singapore Rd is back in use as a place of worship. Phases 1 with construction of the concrete frame is complete. Phase 2 has begun and this will see the outer frame, glazing, domed atrium and first floor prayer room...

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Mobikes come to West Ealing

With their distinct orange and black livery, Mobikes have arrived in West Ealing - at the top of St James Ave to be exact. The idea is to give easy access to...

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...

Help with form-filling for people involved in home care Friday 19th October 2-4pm

This emergency form-filling session will be a free, drop-in event that is open to anyone who is involved in home care as a direct recipient or as a carer. It...

Big plans for West Ealing Cultural Quarter: A new initiative to help regenerate the area needs your help

    Innovative plans are underway to create a vibrant, environmentally friendly ‘wellbeing cultural community quarter’ in West Ealing. The area is...

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...

Mosque needs £2.5million for completion

The building work continues but the mosque in Singapore Rd is back in use as a place of worship. Phases 1 with construction of the concrete frame is complete....

Council tax to increase by 5.99% from April

Ealing Council is increasing Council Tax by 5.99% which is the maximum it can increase it by without a referendum. The core Council Tax will increse by 2.99%...

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...

Public meeting on future of West Ealing Library – Wednesday 27th March 4.30pm

Part of the next round of cuts the Council plans to make include asking community organisations to run seven of its libraries. This would save just over...

Ealing Music and Film Festival starts Wednesday 7th February

From classical to blues to community choir, there's a wide choice of music on offer again this year. There's also the west London premiere Suburban Steps to...