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Astro group looks to next solar eclipse following cloudy show

Local astronomy group looks forward to future stargazing events and next solar eclipse following popularity of public viewing event

Police confirm stabbing of 23-year-old man in Greenford

Officers are keeping an open mind as to whether this incident is linked to reports of a fight later the same evening in Greenford

Boris Johnson invests in revitalising Ealing's high streets

The Mayor of London aims to "reinvent the way we use high streets" across the capital

Greenford students celebrate third successive win at public speaking competition

The year 10s will now take to the South of England Regional Finals on March 21

Ealing's summer festivals schedule revealed

The council has released the 2015 Ealing Summer Festivals schedule which includes comedy, blues, jazz performances as well as food stalls and street processions.

Cllr Gary Malcolm: Ealing school pupils getting a better deal thanks to the Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats in Government are making a difference in schools in Ealing, says local Lib Dem leader Councillor Gary Malcolm in his latest column.

Transport service helps vulnerable people access care in Ealing

The service is designed to take people with mobility difficulties to GP appointments


Sales of counterfeit and illicit tobacco to fund terrorist groups is 'rife' in Ealing

Unregulated cigarettes, made in factories in the middle east by criminal gangs and terrorist groups like ISIS, readily available from shops in Greenford, West Ealing and Acton

Woman fails to attend court in connection with robbery of pregnant lady

Warrant issued for the arrest of Imani Gichie, 36, from Greenford, who was due in court in connection with the alleged robbery of a pregnant woman

Greenford probation officer jailed after 'inappropriate' affair with drug addict burglar

Probation officer Stacey McCarthy has been jailed for a year after being convicted of assisting an offender, who she had started a relationship with

Feltham Magistrates Court

Woman charged and due in court over alleged attack on pregnant victim

Imani Gichie, 36, of Cowgate Road, Greenford, will appear at magistrates' court accused of robbery

Police hunt for men in connection with 'violent' crimes

Officers have released images of eight people they have been trying to locate and are calling on the public to help them with their investigations.

Nutella headquarters moving to Greenford

Ferrero will be taking over the Grade II listed Glaxo House which had been the global manufacturing and operations HQ for Glaxosmithkline (GSK) since the 1980s

Ealing MP in 'flipping' bootcamp ready for parliamentary pancake race

The event raises awareness of the Rehab Group which helps disabled and marginalised people in the UK

Pregnant woman attacked and robbed in Greenford

Pregnant woman was slapped across the face before the suspect stole phone, purse and cash from her handbag

Think you have 'the look' to be Ealing's Model of The Year? Enter now!

The Ealing Gazette and getwestlondon has teamed up with PearceScott Creations photographic studio to help launch modelling careers for the young people of Ealing

Community 'shocked and upset' after man found dead in Greenford

Local people are said to be "shocked" and "upset" after a man's body was found in scrub land in Greenford this week

Sisters back campaign for African-Caribbean bone marrow donors after cancer shock

Adele Gordon who was diagnosed with cancer in the lymph nodes said the lack of African-Caribbean donors is an injustice because cancer does not discriminate

Volunteers wanted to host tea parties for lonely elderly people in west London

Contact the Elderly charity is looking for people in Greenford, Southall, Northolt and Hayes to help

Horsenden Hill Golf Course remains open until April while council considers proposals

No final decision has been made with regards to the fate of the Greenford course yet

Four west London postcodes top burglary hotspots list

Chiswick W4 postcode has the highest burglary-related insurance claims among Hounslow, Ealing and Hillingdon

Ealing Council Branded 'immoral' over closure of day care centres

A day care centre for adults with severe learning difficulties and two day care centres for elderly people with dementia were closed by Ealing Council at a cabinet meeting last night.

Blood donor sessions will be a venue near you soon.

West London venues where you can donate blood in support of next month's World Cancer Day

NHS Blood and Transplant say blood and platelets are often crucial in the treatment of the cancer patients

New subsidised bike lock scheme aims to reduce theft in Ealing

Discount will be available on a 'first come first served' basis at one of six shops in the borough

Alec Reed student wins Ealing's Jack Petchey ‘Speak Out’ Challenge

The year 10 pupil will compete against other regional winners at the grand final in July

Pensioner who forgot bus pass forced to walk home in the cold

Martin Madden, 87, was forced to walk two hours after forgetting his bus pass.

Empty warehouse site in Perivale is too 'dangerous' to be a gym

The managers of a disused site in an industrial estate say they would rather lease it to a warehouse user

Ealing first borough to get LED cycle path lights

Already popular throughout Scandinavia and Europe, the lights are completely resistant to heavy vehicles such as lorries, gritters and road sweepers.

Stephen Greenhalgh launches online tools to track confidence in police

The Confidence Dashboard shows that in Ealing overall confidence in the police is 67 per cent

Exclusive discount on new children's drama classes in Hounslow and Ealing

getwestlondon readers can get 10 per cent off the first term at one of six new Helen O'Grady Drama Academy groups opening in west London this January


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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Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
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Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
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Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
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Sports Reporter
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Sports Reporter
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Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
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