Archive for Month: June 2017

  • EALING COMMON EVENTS

    Before Easter we informed residents of the proposed upcoming events on Ealing Common (article: Ealing Common – Events Programme). After Easter residents around Ealing Common received two letters, the first one (here) contained the wrong information, so a second one (here) was sent out a week later. As you are aware the first event, Wilson’s funfair…

  • QAG Tree to go!

    Readers will remember the tree in Queen Anne’s Gardens which suddenly lost a large limb on Sunday afternoon on 4th June. (Article: Tree Action on Queen Anne’s Gardens) Cllr Joanna Dabrowska requested an inspection of this tree (it is a Robinia if any green-fingered residents are interested) and it was carried out this morning together…

  • Eid on the Common – 25th June

      As Ramadan is coming to an end, everyone is invited to celebrate Eid in the Park on Ealing Common today, 25th June from 1100 ’til 1900. Eid Mubarak! Photo: Cllr David Millican  

  • UWL’s proposals for a new sports centre

    The University of West London is proposing to build a new sports centre at its St Mary’s Road site. A second consultation meeting where local ward councillors, residents as well other interested parties are invited will be held next Tuesday, 27th June 2017 at 1800 at the St Mary’s Road site. Previous consultation meeting occurred…

  • Southall Town Hall to be sold off?

    A tad out of the ward boundary, but just to let residents know there is a public meeting arranged by Southall Community Alliance next week on Thursday, 29th June about the proposed disposal of Southall Town Hall. The meeting will take place at the aforementioned building (1 High St, UB1 3HA) starting at 1800. SCA…

  • Tree Basal Growth – Pruning Programme

    From the Trees Service Manager at Ealing Council: Following the recent favourable weather conditions, Ealing’s lime trees have burst into life once again. Due to the rapid development of the basal sucker growth it is possible that residents will contact councillors/Ealing Council requesting pruning. The Tree Services operates a routine pruning programme to remove this…

  • #LoveParks Week 14-23 JULY

    Keep Britain Tidy is running a campaign for the next month to find out why we love our local parks. Let us know below which park is your favourite and why. To find out how you can get involved with #LoveParks Week sign up on the Keep Britain Tidy website.  

  • CIVIC DAY – 17th JUNE 2017

    Last week we had the first ever London History Day which shares the same date that Big Ben first started keeping time in 1859. This month, National Civic Day, which this year falls on Saturday 17th June, coincides with Ealing Civic Society’s 50th anniversary. As part of the anniversary there is an array of events…

  • TREE ACTION in Queen Anne’s Gardens

      At 4pm on a sunny Sunday afternoon, residents of a quiet suburban cul-de-sac had a fright. A significant tree limb of a street tree on Queen Anne’s Gardens suddenly had broken off crushing a car and blocking residents’ access. Nearby residents contacted Cllr Joanna Dabrowska to help with the incident who immediately got on…

  • LONDON TERROR ATTACKS

    Enough is enough. The Prime Minister’s response to last night’s brutal terror attack: “Last night, our country fell victim to a brutal terrorist attack once again. As a result I have just chaired a meeting of the government’s emergency committee and I want to update you with the latest information about the attack. Shortly before…