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London Ambulance Service Not Consulted on Ealing LTNs
Council leader apologises and says schemes have been quickly adapted
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Horsenden Primary School Downgraded By Ofsted
Inspectors say pupils need to be taught about homophobic bullying
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Eight Ealing Borough Schools Hit By Covid-19 Infections
11 out of 30 care homes in the borough currently reporting active outbreaks
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London Added to National Covid-19 Watch List
No extra measures as yet but lockdown possible if cases continue to rise
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Boston Road Collision Provides First Test for LTNs
Opinion divided on whether schemes made congestion worse
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Mayor Says Gurnell Scheme Not Compliant With London Plan
Special circumstances must be shown to allow project to proceed
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University of West London Extends Partnership With Brentford FC
Becoming founder partner of club's new stadium
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Mixed Reaction To Camera Enforcement in LTNs
Council to remove barriers and use cameras at five locations
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MP Writes to Ealing Council Seeking Clarity on LTNs
Rupa Huq describes schemes as rushed and poorly thought through
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Efit Issued After Aggravated Burglary in Northolt
Police believe black woman with blond dreadlocks assisted robbers
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Ealing Council Consulting on Climate Change Strategy
Borough wide 20mph speed limit and zero carbon housing among policy options
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Eric Leach's Ealing Covid-19 Latest Update
Ealing Track and Trace - where is it?
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Ealing Council Launches New Equalities Commission
Will report back next year after review of structural inequalities in the borough
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Three Men Convicted of Southall Killing
Sufi Osman died after being stabbed in the neck on The Broadway
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West Ealing North LTN Latest To Be Implemented
Road closures on Endsleigh Road and Green Man Lane
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Controversial Southall Sidings Development Approved
Project containing 16 storey tower will include 460 flats
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Grease Singalong Proves To Be Lifeline for MS Sufferers
Over 50 join choir organised online by Elizabeth Lusty
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CCTV Still Issued After Assault on 483 Bus
Victim attacked and robbed just after boarding on Ealing Road in Wembley
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Local Lecturer Looks at Who Killed Pablo Escobar
Dr Brian Hook featuring in a new TV series on unexplained deaths
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Council Plan More Bikehangers Across The Borough
Seven more to be placed in Ealing, Hanwell, Greenford Acton and Chiswick
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Calendar To Support Homeless Photographers To Be Launched in Ealing
Best images from the last seven years of Cafe Art's project to be included
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Former Ealing Resident Jailed For Stabbing Woman in Face
Mark Brazant gets life with a minimum term of eleven years
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New Walk-through Testing Site in Southall
Anyone with coronavirus symptoms can get tested in less than a minute
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The Questors Theatre Launch Crowd Funding Appeal
Ealing venue has seen its revenue dry up due to Covid-19
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Tesco Stores in Ealing Back Three Live-saving Charities
Local woman beneficiary of funds raised by Health Charity Partnership
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Massive Turnout At LTN Demonstration in Ealing
Organisers estimate that over 2,000 people attended march
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Council Submits Plans To Build Ealing's Tallest Building
26 storey tower proposed as part of massive Perceval House development
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Big Rankings Leap for University of West London
Now rated one of the top forty universities in the country
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Missing Man Thought To Be in Ealing Area
Police asking for public's help to find 48-year-old Keith McNamara
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'Arrests Made' Over Traffic Scheme Vandalism
Council says people detained for damaging bollards and defacing planters
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Local MP Fears Return of 'Shaping a Healthier Future'
Rupa Huq wants assurances from minister on potential hospital closure plans
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School Streets Restrictions Set To Begin
ANPR enforcement around two primaries in Perivale
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Ealing Residents Unite To Fix LTN Barrier Vandalism
Even opponents of schemes lend a hand to repair damage
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Ealing Park Tavern Plan for 'Slightly Smaller' Pub
Nine new apartments proposed for historic site
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Female Pedestrian Hit By Lorry Near Target Roundabout
In critical condition after collision on A40 near Northolt
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Ealing Residents Asked to Double Their Efforts To Stop Covid-19
Rise in infections 'not sufficient for lockdown' but cause for concern
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Man Rescued from Fire on Leeland Road
First floor flat above shop destroyed by blaze in West Ealing
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Ealing Council Second in London for Bus Lane Fines
Generating £1.8 million in revenue in a single year
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What Will the Government White Paper Mean for Ealing Borough?
Will French, co-founder of Ealing Matters, considers the local implications
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Labour Councillors Will Say No To LTNs if Residents Oppose
Say they would support removal if representative consultation was negative
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Ealing Woman Given Fine for 'Fly Tipping' Windfall Apples
Fruit had been left outside home as free gift to neighbours
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New Four Star Hotel Opens on Uxbridge Road
181 room Hampton by Hilton is opposite the fire station
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Consultation on Havelock Road Renaming Begins
Council want to commemorate Guru Nanak the founder of Sikhism
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Cyclists Injured After Colliding With Traffic Scheme Road Blocks
Concerns raised about lack of lighting of new obstacles
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Extra Buses To Be Provided For Return To School
Student-only services to keep children separate from commuters
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Library Closure Breach of Human Rights Say Campaigners
Final bid being made to save Save Wood End Library and Children's Centre
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Large Scale Swoop on Violent Criminals in West London
39 arrests for a range of crimes including rape, GBH and drug dealing
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Southall Broadway Ranked as Capital's Most Polluted Road
Since ULEZ implementation outer London streets now worse than city centre
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Soane's Kitchen in Pitzhanger Manor Closing Permanently
Restaurant had been open for just over two years
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Motorcyclist Killed in Greenford Collision Named
Four arrests following the death of Raphael Redley on Horsenden Lane North
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Revised Plan to Demolish Hanwell Arts and Crafts House
Original application resulted in 163 objections
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Stop and Search in Walpole Park Leads to Discovery of Gun
Suspect was also found to be in possession of crack cocaine and heroin
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Booking System To Be Introduced at Local Tips
Local businesses hope for end to disruption at Stirling Road and Greenford
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Two West Ealing Car Parks to Be Redeveloped
Dean Gardens and Arden Road to be converted into housing
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Massive Development Planned at Ealing Common Depot
TfL says Ealing Council have agreed 800 flats could be built on the site
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Armed Police on the Streets of South Ealing
Helicopter circling above area in what police are describing as planned operation
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Massive Opposition to Manor Road Development
Over 700 objections to West Ealing plan despite developer reducing height
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 Calendar
Chiswick and Bedford Park Preparatory School
Inspiring young minds
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"You Need A Holiday", She Said
The Italian Plumber takes the plunge... or does he?
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Go 'Out Out' To The Villa Throughout September
Villa di Geggiano are continuing with 'Eat Out To Help Out' for an extra month
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Osterley Bookshop Annual September Sale
Visit this gem of a bookshop for half price books all month
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Introducing Alistair-Hugo at Home
Quality produce, food boxes and curated meals - fresh food ideas delivered direct to your door
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Films Coming Up at the Watermans Cinema
Screenings return in reduced a capacity auditorium
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Watermans' Theatre Set For October Reopening
New season of Friday night shows features cabaret, dance and performance
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Roadworks Ahead in The Ealing Area
Traffic likely delays as a result of lane and road closures
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Shakespeare To Be Performed in Ealing Pub Gardens
The Tempest is being staged at The Plough, The Rose and Crown and The Duke of Kent
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Ealing
Local tube services hit by engineering works this weekend
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Ealing Writers Light Up Chiswick Book Festival
Strong representation of local authors in the event’s programme
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Linda Massey's Diary of a Virtual Event Manager
Running the Brentford Festival not in Boston Manor Park
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The Questors To Showcase Work of Ealing Artists
Art Quest is a free exhibition taking place in the theatre
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Hogarth Masterpiece To Feature in Pitzhanger Gallery Relaunch
A Rake's Progress to be on display in new exhibition
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Summer Classes Resume at Open Ealing
This year programme includes adults as well as children and young children
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Gunnersbury Park Museum Announces Reopening Date
Estate continues gradual process of returning to normality
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Cuban Supper Club to Be Launched at Dickens Yard
Recently opened Spanish delicatessen Reineta to host Cuca
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New Programme of Concerts from St. Mary's Perivale
Now broadcasting live as opposed to using archive material
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Contagion Writer Holds MetFilm School Masterclass
Film predicts many of the scenarios seen during coronavirus pandemic
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Ealing Artist to Face Challenge from Nick Knowles
Vivien Phelan appearing on BBC One's 'Home is where the Art is'
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Hanwell Zoo Announces Arrangements for Reopening
Visitors now welcome again but must book tickets online
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This Year's Ealing Half Marathon Called Off
Organisers say safety of runners, staff and volunteers paramount
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Hanwell Ukulele Group Marks Seven Years
Two performances combined for video to mark anniversary
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Pomp in Incredibly Difficult Circumstances
Ealing Symphony Orchestra perform lockdown version of Elgar's march
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Red Block Rebels To Release Video on Ealing's 'Development Free-for-all'
Short film to show the 181 tower blocks of up to 55 storeys built or planned
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Plaque To Recognise Ealing's Dusty Springfield
Famous singer went to school in Northfields
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Ealing MP Offers Virtual Surgeries
Virendra Sharma using new software app and offering help and advice on Fridays
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Osterley 10k Race Rescheduled
Local running community adapting to current difficult situation
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Mammoth Litter-Pick - A Positive Hanwell News Story!
Youngsters help clean-up discarded rubbish around W7
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Ealing Business Buddies Anniversary
Local networking group has grown to more than 750 members
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Hanwell Hootie Cancelled
May event no longer happening but hopes it can go ahead in October
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Ealing's 'Unique' Amateur Theatre
Questors features in new book just published
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Massive 'Stop The Towers' Protest In Ealing
Huge turn out urging Council to halt its current hi-rise planning path
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Southall Big Sleepout
Thousands raised for Hope for Southall Street Homeless
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New Nature Reserve Planned For Ealing
Ealing Wildlife Group announce plans to help 'green' the borough
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 Leisure
The Upper Scale
Our fish home delivery service is here to stay!
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Formed Architects
Now is the time to think about what is possible and how to create the extra bit of space in your home
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Ealing Golf Club
Welcome Back to Golf
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Ealing Croquet Club Returns to Lammas Park
New members sought for a game perfectly adapted to the new normal
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Balans Ealing Branch Put up For Sale
Dickens Yard restaurant could face permanent closure if no bidder found by tomorrow
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Visiting Angels
Are you worried about a loved one at this time?
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Prince William Orders Curry from Ealing Restaurant
Murgh masala and poppadoms delivered to Kensington Palace
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Fields Coffee Shop Makes Lockdown Closure Permanent
Fuller's owned cafe shuts permanently on Northfield Avenue
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Chiswick School Planning Additional Form Of Entry Into Year 7 This September 2020
Contact your local admissions team now to request a place
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Local Shops Offering Home Delivery
Ealing Lib Dems new web resource to help during the current crisis
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The Hanwell Swans - Just Look How They've Grown!
Beautiful images from Liz Jenner
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Ealing's First Parkour Facility Goes On Show
Outdoor activity equipment will be in Lammas Park
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Ealing Park Tavern Closes
ETM group cease trading at the historic South Ealing pub
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Hollywood Star's Curtain Call at Ealing Hospital
Blade Runner legend filmed some of his last scenes
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The Stars Are Out Again in Hanwell
Actor Mark Strong is latest celebrity to grace the area
 Property
Pent Up Demand Unleashed for Homes in Ealing
Homes with gardens proving popular as buyers return to the market
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Council Blocked From 'Selling' Ealing Town Hall
Charity Commission withhold approval and council told to revise application
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Boris Bounce Yet To Materialise For Ealing Property
Agents still feeling pain despite 'getting Brexit done' and election result
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Tallest Ever Building in Ealing Borough Gets Go Ahead
MP blasts 'presumption to build' after 55-storey tower block approved
 Community
The Log Cabin Charity is Turning Forty
It needs your support to help Ealing's most vulnerable young citizens
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Moment Tree Falls Down in Ealing Caught on Camera
Dramatic footage shows pedestrians narrowly avoiding being crushed
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Ealing Council Relent on Charity Worker Parking Fines
Andrew Mcleay had been ticketed even though he had an exemption
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Havelock Road May Be Renamed Guru Nanak Road
Council leader says road names should not reflect a 'frozen past'
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Southall Cattery Threatened With Closure
£47 million black hole in RSPCA's accounts means they must make cuts
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Residents Groups Unconvinced By Ealing's New Planning Policy
Consultation period extended but guidance on methods of informing residents ignored
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BBC Children in Need Funding Two Ealing Charities
Castlebar Special School and Home-Start Ealing given over £100,000
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Taxi Changes For Disabled Residents in Ealing
Taxicard provides subsidised journeys and other help during current pandemic
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Ealing Care Homes Under Huge Pressure
MP demands Government take urgent action to provide necessary safety equipment
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Praise For Ealing Charity Volunteers
Ealing Soup Kitchen is one organisation providing variety of services to help during crisis
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Ealing Soup Kitchen Helping The Homeless
Volunteers responded to a call to provide food and drinks for those in need
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Ealing Charities Hoping To Raise Vital Funds
Samaritans and many others taking part in the 2.6 challenge
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Appeal To Help Hanwell Zoo
Contingency funds running low and support is needed
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Ealing Women Are Living Donors
Kiran Gupta and Jacquie de Bidaph urge others to consider helping those in need
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Community Take Direct Action Over Hanwell 'Drugs Den'
Adverts put up throughout W7 to highlight drugs problem in area
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Tackling Homelessness in Southall
Winter clothing appeal runs throughout January
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