www.ealingclub.com Promoting heritage and inspiring live music in Ealing.
As well as a weekend soup kitchen offering nutritious food, ESK also hosts a Monday and Friday drop-in, providing clothing, food, hairdressing, games, practical and medical help and advice. www.ealingsoupkitchen.org
We are volunteers from local churches in the borough of Ealing giving our time freely to listen, caring and helping people on Friday nights. The night time economy faces many pressures. Whilst many enjoy a great night out in the Borough there are problems, anti- social behaviour; the safety of woman on our streets; drunkenness; abuse of shop keepers and people get lost or taken ill. We care about our community and want to be part of the solution. Ealing Street Pastors
Hanwell Community Centre (HCC) is Grade II listed by Historic England. HCC and the surrounding Cuckoo Park with Little John Fields, are all that remain of the original Poor Law School, opened in 1857 to accommodate 1000 girls and boys. Hanwell Community Centre Consortium Ltd (HCCC) was selected by Ealing Council
as their “preferred partner” to assist them with a Heritage Lottery Fund application to bring much needed improvements to Hanwell Community Centre facilities, thus helping to secure its sustainability for future benefit to the community. HCCC was registered as a Company limited by Guarantee in October 2015 and is currently applying for Charity Registration.
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Tribeca Studios. Inspired by the NYC fitness scene, Tribeca Studios brings fabulous instructors to West London. Open 7/7 • Pay per use • No monthly fee. Tribeca Studios
WECNF attempts to meet local residents’ and business needs for West Ealing centre within the context of local, regional and national planning guidelines.
>Working together to make West Ealing a better place for residents, businesses and visitors. Come along and see a photographic exhibition of West Ealing’s heritage www.westealingneighbours.org.uk