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"

Operation Bottle Top launched in Greenford to tackle antisocial behaviour

In the first week of the operation, officers stopped 83 street drinkers and seized 140 bottles and cans of alcohol

Man jailed for robbing and stabbing cab driver over fare dispute

Sapha Singh, 32, of Tremaine Road, Anerley, was also sentenced for robbing another man in Greenford

Children celebrate results of environmental projects coming to fruition

The Young People’s Trust for the Environment’s (YPTE) ‘Roots to Green Living’ scheme is funded by the Heathrow Community Fund

Missing Southall woman believed to be in west London

Lucy White, 32, went missing from Southall on July 4 and charity Missing People is appealing for her to get in touch

Fraudster tried to illegally grab two council homes while privately renting

"The message here is very clear: If you attempt to commit housing fraud we will catch you"

Brompton Bicycle to leave Brentford after nearly 30 years

Folding bike manufacturer is understood to be moving production to Greenford

Ealing Town Hall, home to the borough council

Council kick starts plans for new £1.3m Greenford sports facilities

Subject to planning approval, work will start in the autumn and is expected to complete next summer

Police arrest 18 in dawn raids to crack down on drug crimes

Items seized as part of the police raids included quantities of class A and class B drugs, £2,000 in cash and a Range Rover

Perivale fire: Business owners devastated as 100% of industrial site burnt down and livelihoods become 'history'

Families are worried about how they will afford to live following what firefighters have called one of the biggest fires in London for a long time

Ticket to Ride: Dozens cycle through Ealing's most scenic routes

Councillor said "these events are a fantastic way to get people of all abilities to explore our beautiful borough by bike"

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

91-year-old dementia sufferer missing from Ealing home

Stanley Victor Howard was last seen on Sunday (June 21) at 6.45pm at his home address in Greenford Road, Greenford

Rolls-Royce Phantom and Bentley get Greenford pupils to the prom on time!

Pupils dressed their best and arrived in style to their school prom

Police investigate attempted burglary at Greenford home

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Sergeant Mark Hunt of Acton CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

Health fair to teach kids and parents about importance of living well

Perivale Primary School hosted an event with the help of visitors from local organisations

Collision involving car and motorbike causes severe delays

The collision, involving a BMW and a Honda motorbike, caused severe delays on the A40 eastbound

Greenford residents who 'no longer live in fear' award police with plaque

Police had received an anonymous email from neighbours of Marnham Crescent about drug dealing and antisocial behaviour in their area

Greenford school wins in London's most outstanding architecture awards

The Royal Institute of British Architects London Awards recognised 38 winning projects across the capital

Greenford Salvation Army celebrates 80th year

The local branch turned 80 and celebrated over the weekend (May 9 and 10)

Brave 11-year-old to speak at United Nations on rights of children

Jade Stephenson is one of 20 youngsters to have been selected from around the UK to speak at the event

Deadline for Greenford lift completion pushed back... again

"I am calling on TfL to arrange an urgent on-site inspection to check progress and be transparent about when our long-awaited and much-anticipated lift will be delivered"

First Speed Read event hailed popular success by students and teachers

A chance to share the love of reading and mix with others in the borough

£450k investment to increase burial space at Greenford cemetery

The cemetery would have had to close to new burials in the next five years without this money

Man, 80, found dead after car fire in Greenford Cemetery

The BMW was seen ablaze in the Windmill Lane car park - police are seeking witnesses

Do you recognise this suspected stolen war memorabilia and jewellery?

Images of the sentimental mementos have been released by police in the hope that they will be able to reunite them with the owner

Loaded gun, 10kg of cannabis and cash found in car in Greenford

Armed officers stopped two cars and arrested four people as part of an intelligence-led operation in west London

Two teenagers arrested after 15-year-old stabbed in Greenford

Police are investigating the incident, on Wednesday afternoon, in which a teenager suffered stab injuries


Missing 17-year-old girl from Greenford returns home

Officers from Met Police confirmed Kinga Piotrwska had returned home on Thursday morning

Cyclist stabbed five times in 'unprovoked attack' in Greenford

The victim suffered five stab wounds to his legs, chest, armpit and back - and collapsed shortly after the attack not realising the severity of his injuries


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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