Autumn newsletter

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Our Autumn Newsletter is hot off the press. Learn the latest state of play regarding the redevelopment of Ealing Town Hall and Perceval House, the closure of the Central Library with its important local history section, Ealing Filmworks progress, plus … Continued

Charles Jones plaque installed

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The Society’s latest plaque celebrates the life of the architect Charles Jones (1830-1913) who was the first Borough Architect. He was responsible for the design of many buildings in Ealing, including the Town Hall. It was unveiled in April by … Continued

2018 Award – apply now!

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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. You can see last year’s winners here. So if you know of any project … Continued

Gunnersbury Past and Present

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Despite fierce competition from the England v Colombia game, about 50 people turned up to hear Val Bott give the John Delafons lecture on 3 July. Val is the co-author (with James Wisdom) of a new book entitled Gunnersbury Park: … Continued

Wonderful Gunnersbury

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Val Bott will talk about the history and amazing recent transformation of the Gunnersbury estate at our annual John Delafons lecture on 3 July.  She is the honorary secretary of the Friends of Gunnersbury Park and Museum and co-author of … Continued

Wild Ealing

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Our Civic Day event this year was a visit to a 27 acre nature reserve in Perivale. Perivale Wood is run by volunteer members of the Selborne Society. It’s not generally open to the public, apart from an open day in … Continued

Summer Newsletter

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Our summer Newsletter is now out. Read the latest about the Filmworks cinema site, 10-40 The Broadway, Dickens Yard and Pitzhanger Manor. There is also news about our recent events and our comments on new planning applications. Many of our … Continued