50th anniversary newsletter

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Our 50th anniversary newsletter has just come out. It’s a bumper 8 page issue with pieces about the history and development of the Society as well as updates on our current concerns and recent events. Download it from our Newsletter … Continued

Our 2017 Award

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Every year we shortlist new architecture, including renovations, and newly designed landscapes for our annual Award which celebrates good design in all parts of the Borough. So if you know of any project which you think might qualify please download … Continued

Now we are 50

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The Society was formed in October 1967 following a meeting in Ealing Town Hall about the radical redevelopment of Ealing Town Centre. We’ve planned a number of special events to mark our 50th anniversary. Look out for announcements. We also … Continued

Ealing Walk App

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In July we were approached by Historic England to help them update a walk which they had found on our website which was originally devised in the 1970s by a former member of the Executive Committee, John Foster White. The … Continued

Salute to Ealing

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The best is yet to come for Ealing, according to Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles who gave the Society’s John Delafons Annual Lecture on 25 June. About 75 people turned up to hear Sir Sherard, Chairman of the Pitzhanger Manor Trust and … Continued

University Tours 18 June

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Ealing Civic Society will again be celebrating National Civic Day, which falls this year on Saturday 18th June. In collaboration with The University of West London, we are arranging guided tours of their St Mary’s Road, Ealing campus. Student ambassadors … Continued

AGM 19 April

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Following a review of the year’s work by the ECS from Bob Gurd, our chairman, Robin Roads (left), our Treasurer for the last 6 years, was thanked for his services. We are delighted to have found a replacement for Robin … Continued

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