Around Ealing February/March 2019 - Page 3

LATEST NEWS 8 10 12 Ambitious housing plan praised by mayor on visit Read at latest-news/london-mayor-homes STAY UP-TO-DATE Go online for regular news, features and competitions 30 CONTENTS @EalingNewsExtra Sign up for email updates at PUBLISHER Ealing Council, Communications, Perceval House, 14‑16 Uxbridge Road, Ealing W5 2HL, Tel: 020 8825 5000 4  UP FRONT: Council’s funding gap 16  PARKS FOUNDATION: Hill leading the way 5  LEADER’S NOTES: Council tax and budget 19  NETBALL OFFER: Get back into sport 6  UP FRONT: Jobs, art, festival; more 21  STAYING INDEPENDENT: How council scheme helps 8  UP FRONT: Photo contest winner 22  TACKLING CRIME: CCTV, knives and more Ealing Council does not accept responsibility for goods or services offered by advertisers. Opinion expressed in this magazine is not necessarily that of the council. 9  MANOR REBORN: Pitzhanger to reopen 25  ’BEDS IN SHEDS’: Court comes down hard Please use your blue recycling bin when you dispose of this and other magazines. EDITOR Richard Nadal, ADVERTISING Distribution: 138,000 copies. February/March ealingnewse | 10  E ALING FOODBANK: How you could help 27  VOTE FOR CHANGE: Estate backs regeneration 12  WEST EALING: Colourful new project 28  TRAVEL GUIDES: Pupils show the way 15  FLY-TIPPING: A waste of money 30  RUNNING WATER: Drinking fountain for park /EalingLondo n |  @EalingNewsE xtra 2019 Pitzhanger Manor: Reopening with top artist p9 Ealing Foodba nk: How you can help p10-11 Binning knives: Tackling crime p22-23 Working together Lynda 19 Hill project shows way for new partners hips p16 ACTON EALING GREENFORD HANWELL NORTHOLT PERIVALE SOUTHA Feb 19_v8.indd 1 LL Around Ealing 17/01/2019 19:53 around ealing    February 2019 3