Latest on COVID-19, lockdown and final video

COVID-19 test

This will be my final video update as the leader of Ealing Council, but before I speak about that I want to give you the latest on COVID-19, the Indian variant and Monday’s further release from lockdown says Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, in his latest video. The current rate of COVID-19 cases in […]

Mental Health Awareness Week – support for residents

Mental health Awareness

COVID-19 and lockdown restrictions have had a serious impact on many people’s mental health and wellbeing. As lockdown restrictions are eased, it is vital that we recognise and continue to take care of our mental health and wellbeing. Mental Health Awareness Week, 10-16 May, is a national week dedicated to talking about mental health, wellbeing […]

Take part in the Race Equality Commission meeting

Quote from Commissioner Nicola Flash

Take part in Ealing’s Race Equality Commission – the commissioners want to hear from you. The next public meeting will take place on Thursday, 22 April from 5-7pm and will discuss how race inequality can be addressed in the field of crime and justice. Virtual event details:• Date and time: Thursday, 22 April, 5-7pm• Participate […]

A new chapter for Ealing libraries – welcome back

Libraries books

A number of the borough’s libraries are set to welcome back visitors from Monday 12 April, after months of being closed due to the outbreak of COVID-19, Northolt Leisure Centre Library, Southall Library in the Dominion Centre, Jubilee Gardens Library, as well as the Acton Town library within the Everyone Active Acton Centre will re-open […]

Half-term holiday support is available

Woman with child

Half-term holiday support is available for children and young people from the Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) programme. The programme is funded by the Department for Education, and includes healthy food and enriching activities for children and young people from reception to Y11 who are in receipt of benefits-related free school meals. What activities are […]

Ealing Advice Service – help for residents

Ealing Advice Service

Ealing Advice Service (EAS) offers a trusted advice and support service for all residents across the borough. Supporting a wide section of the local population, including those with additional needs. Ealing does not have a local branch of Citizens Advice, so EAS acts as an equivalent ‘one-stop shop’ for advice and information on a wide […]

Second vaccine and update on enhanced testing

Nurse administering vaccines in Ealing

More than 120,000 vaccines have been given in the borough and those who were among the lucky first are now receiving a second vaccine. It is important to have both doses of the vaccine to ensure you have the maximum level of protection from COVID-19. When will I have my second vaccine? If your GP […]

Covid 19 vaccine – help and support for unpaid carers

Covid 19 vaccination - help and support for unpaid carers

Unpaid carers are now being invited to receive their first COVID-19 vaccine. But they must wait to be contacted by the NHS. If you are the sole primary carer who provides close personal care or face to face support to an elderly or disabled person who is clinically vulnerable to COVID-19 (including children over the […]

Having my vaccine as borough hits milestone

A COVID-19 vaccination

I am stood outside Ealing’s mass vaccination centre at CP House on the Uxbridge Road in Ealing excited by two events that are going to happen today, says Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council in his latest video (above). Firstly, in just a couple of minutes, I am going inside to have my first dose […]

Census 2021 is coming

What matters to us

The census is coming. By taking part, you can help inform decisions on services that shape your community, such as healthcare, education and transport. The census is a unique survey that happens every 10 years. It gives a snapshot of all the people and households in England and Wales and provides the most detailed information […]

Get tested and drive down COVID-19 rates

COVID-19 test

As you may have seen in the media, says Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council in his latest video (above), residents are being asked to get tested over the next month to help drive down the borough’s COVID-19 rates and identify people with the South African variant, after a small number of people have tested […]

Become a school governor: ‘You will make a difference’

Shows how to become a school governor in Ealing

Ealing Council and Governors for Schools will be hosting an online school governor recruitment event on Thursday, 11 March from 6.15 pm. School governors play an active role in schools and improving outcomes for young people across the borough. Could you become a governor? Register for the event. The event will bring together those interested […]