Issue No 88 In the spring 2019 issue of Neighbour’s Paper we look at the new cuts planned for Ealing libraries. The council proposes that 7 out of the 13 libraries be run by volunteers rather than ...

Issue No 85 Summer is back in Ealing and we feature some of the exciting summer events in our borough to look forward to. Meanwhile, don’t miss the “Sailing” article in this issue. Here is a ...

Issue No 86 This Autumn edition highlights some volunteer options, showing just how useful you could be to our community. Lots to think about! As usual we include local news including services ...

Issue No 87   We look at Ealing’s new CPZ permit charges and at parking and access issues for those with disabilities. There’s an article showing how you could help the lonely and isolated on ...

 Issue No 83   This time we look at some sobering issues. How will cutting police stations affect policing? We tackle disability and transport issues. NP Team member, Judy Breens writes, "After ...

Issue No 84 As we go to press there is much concern about the two town hall buildings. Public meeting places are in short supply in the Borough. We cannot afford to lose any. If consultation input ...

Guest editors Eric Leach and Will French take charge for this edition. They focus on residents' concerns about property developments that are replacing the best bits of the borough with poorly ...

Issue No 81 Summer is back in Ealing! We look at the many exciting summer events below and at summer activities like rowing and walking in Ealing Borough. We highlight development issues this time ...

The latest edition of Neighbours' Paper looks once again at the threat to our local hospitals. Our own Council is so concerned it organised a public meeting at our town hall on 15th February at ...
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