The national charity for the civic movement in England. It replaces the Civic Trust and aims to promote civic pride, making places more attractive, enjoyable and distinctive.
Proposed railway project which will run through Ealing. The route goes from Maidenhead and Heathrow in the west right across the capital into Essex and Kent in the east.
Information about the business improvement district in central Ealing.
Ealing Cycling Campaign
One of the borough-based groups of the London Cycling Campaign.
Ealing Friends of the Earth
One of over 250 licensed local Friends of the Earth groups in the UK, it takes action to further Friends of the Earth’s national and international campaigns concerning threats to the environment.
Ealing Passenger Transport User Group
A pressure group for local transport users.
A focal point for practical community action on peak oil and climate change.
A group of Ealing residents who campaign to limit the noise, air pollution and other environmental effects of flights going to and from Heathrow over Ealing.
English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites – from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, from Roman forts on the edges of the empire to a Cold War bunker.
A lobby group campaigning for quieter, cleaner and safer conditions for residents living under Heathrow’s flight paths.
A government service championing England’s heritage and giving expert, constructive advice.
Independent charity responsible for protecting and opening to the public historic houses, gardens and site of historic or natural significance.
Northolt and Greenford Countryside Park Society
A local comunity organisation which has been working with Ealing Council since 1995 to create, protect and promote Northala Fields park and facilities.
Save Ealing Antique Lampposts (SEAL)
SEAL is a local residents’ special interest group which has been fighting for the retention of Ealing’s antique, cast iron lampposts.
Save Warren Farm
A group of Ealing residents that believe the Warren Farm community sports fields must be maintained for the benefit of everyone and not closed off in favor of a corporate organisation.
An initiative seeking to work from the grass-roots in encouraging local people in Southall to think and act together in a more sustainable way.