Ealing Summer Festivals to kick off with annual hit Greenford Carnival

There will be something for people of all ages, including the usual fun fair, food and market stalls, African drumming and water play

Ealing Hospital maternity unit campaigners still camped in hospital

A march will take place on Wednesday in protest of the planned maternity closure

Around 70,000 bikes stolen in London in 2014

Across London, Westminster had the second highest number of bikes reported stolen last year, with 1,336 thefts

Illegal prescription medicines worth £30,000 seized in Ealing

Getwestlondon reporter Camilla Horrox joined a Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency raid as the officers swooped on an unsuspecting pharmacy

Appeal to find woman wanted in connection with kidnapping

Detectives appeal for witnesses after 47-year-old woman is bound and hooded into a dark coloured three door car in Fernhead Road in Westminster

Ealing in Pictures

Ealing Trailfinders: It's now a massive 28 players signed - and counting

Coach Ben Ward ramps up the Trailfinder contracts

Warriors from Acton snuff out Dragon fire as rugby league gets a grip

Wests too good for Kent side, writes David Lawrenson

Trailfinders sign an incredible 15 players in just one week

New deals at Vallis Way with five new faces on the Ealing roster

Terminator Genisys review: How good is the movie? And is it worth a watch?

The new Terminator movie is out on Thursday July, 2, but is it as good as the others?

Songs For A New World coming to St James' Theatre

Watch amazing musical Songs For A New World at St James' Theatre in Westminster

Sure UK's Run to the Beat 10k will get the party going

With Marathon fever running high, many of you will feel inspired to start running. Sure's Run to the Beat 10k is a brilliant place to start, and there's a special twist to the race...

Solace centre users 'shocked and disappointed' by council decision

The Solace Centre was originally going to be closed by the council to reduce spending in the wake of cuts in government grant.

Ealing Council accused of 'sneakily' trying to issue more parking charges

Conservatives accuse Labour-run council of "sneaky way of trying to increase the number of parking penalty charges" but council claims that is "untrue"

Housing and benefits cheat jailed

The total value of the fraudulent gain attributed to Qayum over a six-year period was nearly £69,000

Ealing Hospital maternity unit campaigners still camped in hospital

A march will take place on Wednesday in protest of the planned maternity closure

Ealing maternity campaigners sleep in hospital ahead of day two of occupation

"We want a mass demonstration to make the fight a success. We are fighting to win"

Marchers prepare to occupy Ealing Hospital to save maternity unit

"I am a woman and I have children and I know what it means when you're in pain to travel a long way. It's not fair"


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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