People who lost their lives in the Holocaust were remembered with a tree planting and minute's silence in Ealing this week.
Mayor of Ealing, councillor Ian Green, leader of the council, Jason Stacey and chief executive, Darra Singh came together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
The councillors planted the tree outside Perceval House on Tuesday, January 27, at 12.30pm.
The tree will be used to remember the estimated six million people around the world who lost their lives as a result of acts of genocide during the Second World War.
Other events taking place across the borough included a talk by author Renee Tyack, whose family fled the nazis days before the war started, in Ealing Central Library. You can read her family's moving story in the Ealing Gazette on Friday.