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There once was a spinster of Ealing

A fun bit of social commentary even if Ealing was probably used just to fit the rhyme. New York public library is digitising its material and making it easier for people to search and view. The site is a ‘living

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Ealing notes NP76: Cuts, conservation concerns and (not) all that Jazz

Ealing Notes by Judy Breens Parking, Stop and Shop and RingGo Is RingGo another Council fundraiser? New road-side notices have appeared around the borough and in car parks requesting that parkers phone RingGo. This requires you to register membership and

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Will the council break a promise about Gurnell pool?

via @ianrich_med @NeighboursPaper Excellent letter in @EalingGazette. Huge area of #Ealing left without swimming pool for two years — Ian D. Richardson (@ian_richmed) February 27, 2016

Ealing Choral Society Annual Charity Carol Concert Saturday December 13th 2014 at 7pm St. Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, W5

Ealing’s popular local choir, Ealing Choral Society, is presenting an evening of well-loved carols and Christmas readings followed by mince pies and wine – the perfect way to kick off the festive season! Each year, Ealing Choral Society donates all

NP71: Heller House Respite centre in danger? Are Walpole Park and Pitshanger Manor our top priorities? Plus NHS and Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre news

Ealing Council says Government cuts mean its spending must reduce by £96m. Inevitably services in the Borough will suffer. Even so, it’s shocking that a Respite Centre for children with complex disability needs called Heller House is due to close.

Work experience at an RSPCA cattery

A young NP team member writes about her work experience Work experience is one of the most enlightening two weeks of your academic life. As a student myself, I know the effort you put into getting your grades – which

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Ealing Notes – NP67

Ealing Hospital: Is it time to take down the poster? Many of us have campaigned for over a year to keep our hospital open. Ealing Council supported the campaign, insisted there was an Independent Review of decisions and attempted (unsuccessfully)

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