Ealing Town Hall, home to the borough council

Services in Ealing to have lost 50% of funding by 2020

At a cabinet meeting on Tuesday (November 24) Ealing Council will decide how to save £14.7m over the next three years, contributing to the £205m it expects to have saved since 2010

Sadiq Khan hails Ealing council and urges London to "follow lead"

Labour Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan MP, who was visiting Ealing on Saturday (November 7), praised Ealing council for its efforts to transport

Guide to Remembrance Day services in Ealing

Remembrance Day services will be held in Ealing, Greenford and Southall on Sunday (November 8)

Motorcyclist from Greenford admits dangerous driving after collision with woman

Ishmael McLean is due to be sentenced next month over the crash, in which the female pedestrian was seriously injured

Police investigate 'stabbing' following party at church hall in Perivale

The incident is believed to have taken place close to Holy Trinity Church Hall, where a party was being held, last night

Greenford man jailed for role in mass plot to avoid motoring offences

Mohammed Babar, of Twickenham Gardens, was jailed for four months and disqualified from driving for six months

Firefighters free trapped driver after A40 lorry crash

The collision caused heavy traffic from Greenford to Hillingdon Circus on the A40

Man stabbed 10 times in 'unprovoked attack' in Greenford

The 51-year-old victim was walking in Greenford when he was attacked from behind in what police are calling an unprovoked attack

Team of volunteers board canoes to clean up Greenford canal

A total of 40 bags of rubbish were cleared from the canal, thanks to a team of canoe-riding volunteers

Ex-Ealing teacher jailed for sexually abusing former pupil

Paedophile Richard Alston, a former teacher at Cavendish School, was sentenced to 21 months in jail for abusing a pupil in the 1970s

Ealing community centres 'not sure how much longer we will last' amidst council funding cuts

Ealing community centres are working with the council to find alternative income to cope with the £302,000 cuts over three years

Ealing's parks win gold again at London in Bloom Awards

Ealing's parks were recognised yet again at the London in Bloom awards, with gold awards for many of the open spaces in the borough

Appeal court rejects appeals by Dean Mayley killers

Three men found guilty of manslaughter and attempted robbery have failed in their appeals for reduced sentences

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

Missing girls from Greenford found after two days

Martyna Sienkiewick and Alina Turkawka had been missing since Monday

Ealing Half Marathon: A complete guide to the annual race

Are you running the Ealing Half Marathon this year, or supporting someone who is? Here's our complete guide to the event

M&S donates van to west London charity helping feed the city's homeless community

Earlier this month, City Harvest in Greenford was still having to hire vans twice a week to keep dishing out food to the city's poorest

Police concerned for two girls from Greenford who could be missing together

Police reveal TWO missing teenagers were last seen at the same time on Monday 14 September

Ealing children invited to join music programmes to explore their talents

Greenford Community Centre will host musical programmes for budding singers and musicians to the end of the year and into 2016

Police appeal for missing teen from Greenford

Martyna Sienkiewicz, who has been missing overnight, was last seen wearing her school uniform

Ealing man charged with people smuggling and deported to Belgium

The Greenford man has been charged as part in connection with a criminal network smuggling people into the UK in lorries through the Channel ports

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FGW train strike could cause travel chaos this weekend

Industrial action means there will be no FGW service between Paddington and Greenford, along with a number of other disruptions

August Bank Holiday: Supermarket opening times

Bank Holiday Monday opening times for Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl and Waitrose

UK's biggest bike manufacturer Brompton Bicycle plans to double production at new factory

Brompton Bicycle is leaving Brentford, where it has been for nearly 30 years, for Greenford Park, in the borough of Ealing

Police searching for unknown man assaulted with piece of wood

The man was hit across the head several times with a piece of wood and then kicked in the head and back, while on the floor

Review: Heston Hyde Hotel offers affordable luxury close to Heathrow Airport

The Heston Hyde Hotel has been making its mark since opening in Hounslow 18 months ago, but what's it like? STEVE BAX packed a bag and went along to find out.

Illustrator chosen for voluntary programme helping children in Nigeria

Lauren Marsh completed a 'live below the line' challenge to raise funds for a charity which works to transfer sustainable skills abroad

More than 100 new affordable homes could be coming to Ealing

The council agreed to plans to build the new homes at sites in Northolt, Greenford and Perivale

Volunteers want more recruits for drive to keep Grand Union Canal looking beautiful

"There's a growing awareness of how natural beauty in our environment improves our health and wellbeing but that beauty needs our care and protection to flourish"

New charges for disposing of building waste in Ealing

"People sometimes bring huge car-loads of building waste to the reuse and recycling centres, most of which ends up in landfill"


Greenford has a small town centre with good links to the A40 and is considered the birthplace of the modern organic chemical industry, where William Perkin discovered the first aniline dye 1856. It is home to Ealing borough's newest secondary school and encompasses Perivale and popular walking spot Horsenden Hill.

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