Archive for Month: December 2016

  • Christmas Tree Collections

    Hope everyone had a restful Christmas and for those who wish to dispose of a cut Christmas tree (which will be composted), they will be collected from your front garden on a weekly basis from 28th December 2016 to 27th January 2017. Alternatively, you can place your tree at a nearby location ’til 12th February*.…

  • DOG LOST in GUNNERSBURY PARK

    A local resident has lost her dog, Molly, who ran off from Gunnersbury Park yesterday (Boxing Day) afternoon. If anyone has seen Molly in or around the area, please email Joanna joanna.dabrowska@ealing.gov.uk or visit the Northfields Friends post page on Facebook.   UPDATE: Molly has been found!!!! 

  • EDIBLE LANDSCAPING

    This morning, as part of Ealing Common’s Edible Landscaping project, Jon Skoyles, Ealing Common ranger, Karen Staatjes, and Julie Winstock , co-chairs of Ealing Common Society, planted Mulberry Trees descended from ancient London Mulberry trees, donated by Morus Londinium. The tree is located above the ditch by the A406 now nicknamed as The Edible Row.…

  • LONGFIELD AVE – Did you receive a PCN?

    Did you park on Longfield Ave, between Perceval House and Ealing Town Hall, on Wednesday, 5th October or Thursday, 6th October? Did you receive a Penalty Charge Notice whilst parked in the suspended bays in front of Perceval House (on the public highway)? It has turned out that the signage was inadequate due to informing…

  • Waste & Recycling – Christmas Collections

    As we all know every year the waste and recycling collections are delayed over the festive period due to the bank holidays. Due to Christmas Day falling on a Sunday this means that some collections may be postponed by up to two working days. So if you wish to check out when your wheelie bins…

  • ROUGH SLEEPERS

    As the weather gets colder we see more people sleeping in doorways or under bushes. The Charity St Mungo‘s, which has expertise in this area, works together with Local Authorities, to assist. Ealing Council refers reports of rough sleepers directly to St Mungo‘s in the first instance. If you are concerned about a rough sleeper…