Hello Neighbour!

The Neighbours' Paper is a free magazine about local areas and issues written by volunteers from Ealing. 
 
Find out about the activities of individuals, charities, community organisations and London Borough of Ealing.

Look out for Neighbours' Paper in a range of outlets from council buildings and libraries to shops and churches.

Free copy of NP


Issue No 80

The latest edition of Neighbours' Paper looks once again at the threat to our local hospitals. Our own Council is so concerned it
organised a public meeting at our town hall on 15th February at which more than 500 people attended. See the NHS article on pages 6 and 7. There is also concern about saving our local heritage. See page 4 for information on the 15 March Legal Hearing into encroachment issues on Haven Green and the Ealing Broadway Public Inquiry beginning on 9 May.
 
On a more positive note, we spotlight Pitshanger Lane which not long ago was voted the Great British High Street of the Year. Village life thrives in busy Ealing! Our Borough also creates all kinds of music, art, sport and leisure opportunities, including pottery, a fencing club, strength and balance classes, community allotments and a gardening group. Finally, if you have any worrying legal problems you may be interested in the free legal advice service offered by Ealing Law Centre on page 9.

 

Read the current issue here.


 

Neighbours' Paper highlights local campaigners

Our pages have carried articles on Fair Trade, the tram, the rats, major redevelopments, etc - giving early airing to vital subjects..

We may be small, but cages get seriously rattled by our challenging articles

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