Category: Health

  • WAKE UP EALING

    Wake-Up Ealing is a small group of Ealing residents that feel very angry about Heathrow Airport’s proposed airspace changes that will happen prior to the construction of the third runway. These changes will bring in 25,000 additional flights to the airport, and will bring low flying landing aircraft directly over Ealing Common ward for the…

  • What’s that smell?

    Local residents have been contacting Cllr Joanna Dabrowska after getting whiff of a pungent “aroma” emanating from their neighbours. Turns out that the local riding school has been piling horse dung in their car park which is adjacent to Gunnersbury Avenue (aka A406). Cllr Dabrowska called in Animal Health from the Council who did an immediate…

  • Concerned about camper on Warwick Dene

    Since arriving during the last weekend in October, a camper set up temporary residence with his/her tent by Warwick Dene by Ealing Common. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska, together with local residents, is concerned with the welfare of this camper and having notified ParkGuard, the camper has yet to be contacted following numerous visits. If any resident…

  • parkun @ Gunnersbury Park, hopefully, to return after festivals

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has received an update that the organisers of parkrun at Gunnersbury Park hope to be able to reinstate their Saturday morning sessions soon after the Lovebox/Citadel festivals happening next weekend. Arlene Gallagher, parkrun events director, states that she will make a final decision after the festivals to determine the paths are clear…

  • Petition against resident parking charges (CPZ) and introduction of shared use parking bays

    Last month, an Ealing resident has set up a petition against the Labour Administration’s Transport Strategy that came through Cabinet on 5th June, specifically, against the CPZ charging hierarchy and the introduction of the shared use bays allowing commuters, holidaymakers, etc to park in some CPZ bays. The petition blurb reads as follows: Withdraw its…

  • Substation works begin by Popes Lane

    After many, many years, long-suffering residents in the vicinity of the substation surrounded by Almond Avenue, Knights Avenue, Popes Lane and Elderberry Road can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. For years, even decades, residents have complained about the dull, yet irritable hum being emitted by the substation. Cllr Roz Reece, together with…

  • EALING HOSPITAL is NOT closing – what you need to know

    Ealing Hospital is not closing If you use Ealing Hospital, don’t worry or do anything differently Over the next few years we will be looking at where we provide services – in GP practices, the community and hospital New services will be developed and some existing services will change We are doing this to make sure…

  • FANCY A RUN? @GPParkRun

    Gunnersbury ParkRun is a free 5k event that welcomes walkers and runners every Saturday at 9am throughout the year. People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to take part, and you don’t need any experience or special clothing – just wear something comfortable and come along whenever you like! The event is coordinated entirely by…

  • Where will leisure centre users go once Gurnell closes for rebuild? Does Ealing Council care?

    SENT IN BY A LOCAL RESIDENT: Gurnell Leisure Centre is likely to close in September 2018 and re-open in July 2020. Whilst the centre opened in 1981 and needs a significant level of repair, there appear to be no plans to help existing patrons during the closure. Gurnell has a successful swim school and swimming…

  • Ealing HOSPITAL is NOT Closing

    In Ealing CCG’s June’s newsletter (on 30th June) they have made a statement regarding the campaign material that appeared during the recent general election: The Future of Ealing Hospital It has come to our attention that campaign material is being published both online and in printed leaflets with incorrect and untrue claims about the future of…