There are 6 English Heritage Blue Plaques in Ealing, including one erected by the former Greater London Council which ran the scheme before EH. Ealing Civic Society plaques are green, with one bronze pavement plaque – these are listed on a separate page.
Alan Blumlein, the inventor who lived on the Haymills Estate at 37 The Ridings Ealing W5 3BT
John Lindley, the Kew Botanist, at Bedford House, The Avenue , Chiswick W4 1UD
Sir Michael Balcon, the film producer, at Ealing Studios, Ealing Green W5 5EP
Dorothea Lambert Chambers, the seven times Women’s Wimbledon Tennis Champion, at St Matthew’s Vicarage, 7 North Common Road, Ealing W5 2QA
Fred Perry, the last British Men’s Wimbledon Tennis Champion, at 223, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing W5 1RG
Richard Titmuss, social scientist and LSE professor, at 32 Twyford Avenue, Acton W3 9QB
Another English Heritage Blue Plaque may be erected in Ealing for:
Nevil Shute, the novelist: English Heritage have received and shortlisted a proposal for the erection of a Blue Plaque at his former home in Somerset Road W13, which they are unable to progress at present.
For more information about English Heritage blue plaques and a register of other commemorative plaque schemes see the English Heritage blue plaques register.