Planet Circus to bring Britain's Got Talent star to Ealing

Planet Circus makes its London debut in Ealing and promises to bring some of the ballsiest daredevils in the world

Missing Ealing teenager Andre Harris found safe and well

The 13-year-old had been missing since Saturday (September 26) but has now been found

West London Mental Health Trust launch improved NHS home service in Ealing

Dr Christopher Hilton from the Ealing Psychiatric Liaison Service
Home ward Ealing, provided by partnership leaders West London Mental Health Trust, will offer more services than its predecessor Intermediate Care Ealing

Ealing Council cracking down on flytipping

The council now has a team patrolling the streets to catch and punish offenders

'Fly-tippers' blighting Ealing alleyway being sought by council

Ealing Council says it is aware of the eyesore in a pathway near the Broadway, Ealing, and is seeking those responsible

Ealing in Pictures

It’s a game of two halves for luckless Trailfinders at Doncaster

Ealing start well and gain a bonus point despite defeat

Trailfinders hoping for Davies magic in clash at Doncaster

Alex Davies set to fill in at full back after injuries hit Ealing squad hard

Trailfinders plunder a great first win of the season over Cornish Pirates

All systems go at Ealing as they get off the mark

Adult-only giant slide relieves stress of train commutes

A giant rainbow-coloured slide was installed in London to help commuters relieve the stress of their daily commute

What Kevin Heard: Tony Banks' A Chord Too Far is 'diverse and skillfully crafted'

Music reviewer Kevin Bryan reviews another selection of records from years gone by, including A Chord Too Far by Tony Banks and Best of Days by Steve Ellis

Halloween: How do other countries celebrate?

Although Halloween has evolved over time to become more about popular culture and less traditionally spooky, it is celebrated differently across the globe

'Fly-tippers' blighting Ealing alleyway being sought by council

Ealing Council says it is aware of the eyesore in a pathway near the Broadway, Ealing, and is seeking those responsible

Fifty weeks of FREE tennis lessons in Ealing's Elthorne Park

Sports charity Tennis For Free is bringing 50 weeks worth of free lessons to the borough

North Acton residents hit out at McDonald's 'greed' over proposed drive-thru

McDonald's has been criticised for its plans to build a drive-thru restaurant on the A40, despite the adjacent Cycle Superhighway and serious concerns over noise and air pollution

Woman hospitalised after collision with cyclist in Greenford

Paramedics were called to the junction of Greenford Road and Ruislip Road shortly before 7am on Thursday

Care UK faces criticism following worries raised by documentary

Care UK and Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group were called to a council meeting after a critical ITV documentary, prompting criticism from Ealing Save Our NHS Campaign

Ealing maternity closure has brought 'positives' to Hillingdon

"It's been a positive thing for us because we've been able to put services into place that we've never been able to do before"


Ealing is the birthplace of the famous Ealing Studios and Ealing Blues Club, and a thriving base for film-makers and musicians. The annual Summer Festival draws large crowds and top performers. Ealing's parks are plentiful, independent shops thrive, and residents are spoilt for choice with top quality restaurants and pubs.

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