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.
Issue No 88
In the spring issue of Neighbour’s Paper we look at the new cuts planned for Ealing libraries. The council proposes that 7 out of the 13 libraries be run by volunteers rather than paid staff. There will be consultation events around the borough where residents can hear about the plans and have their say. Have your say here: council library consultation events and here: petition to save Ealing libraries
Heathrow have also planned changes to their flight paths which means things could get noisier for Ealing. Ward Forums are under threat which combined with a lack of councillor surgeries limit the contact options between residents and councillors.
We also have stories on the Chesskteers Club, the closure of 106 year old Parkers Bakery, the challenges our high streets face, community energy projects and more.
Next copy deadline is 30 April.
Neighbours' Paper highlights local campaigns
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