DUE to popular demand a London drama school is coming to Greenford next month (May).
Perform Workshops are opening with Principal Lucy Quick and professional musical theatre actor Gareth Mitchell on May 10.
4th Greenford Scouts are holding a table, tombola and food sale on Saturday April 13.
It will be from 10.15am to 1.15pm outside the Methodist Church, Ruislip Road.
Come along and support your local Scout group and learn more about joining Scouts.
One year on from the Ealing riots, community figureheads have got together to put on a varied programme of free summer events for young people.
Conscientious adults in Greenford have been determined to engage with bored youngsters, some of whom were caught up in last August's disorder.
A new home for two grassroots sports clubs was given a boost this week with an Olympic legacy grant of £50,000.
Lord Halsbury Memorial Playing Fields are due to be converted by the end of the year to accommodate Larkspur Rovers Football Club and Northolt Amateur Boxing Club.
Proud Ealing torchbearers say they are 'flabbergasted' and 'honoured' to take part in the Olympic relay when it reaches the borough next week.
A rapturous reception is expected as the flame is carried from the highest mount in Northala Fields, in Northolt, and travels through the hearts of Southall, Hanwell and West Ealing, arriving at Ealing town centre on Tuesday evening (27).
This is the weathered face of a baby kitten who was stuck in a drain pipe for six days before being rescued.
The nine-week old black-and-white cat disappeared down a toilet last Tuesday (July 10) at an empty shop in Greenford.
Campaigners fighting against HS2 took their plight to the Houses of Parliament as MPs stalled a decision on compensation plans.
Members of North Ealing Against HS2 braved the rain on Monday afternoon (16) to join 300 protestors affected up and down the London to Birmingham route.
Dramatists with learning difficulties were thrilled to collect £3,000 after a team of determined students put themselves through a Dragons' Den-style grilling to secure the cash.
Impact Theatre, which plans to move to a new home in Perivale this autumn and seeks to empower people with learning difficulties through performing arts, was handed the donation last week.
Users of the borough's canals are being urged to help raise £10,000 to protect endangered water vole habitats.
New charity the Canal & River Trust is leading the campaign after taking over management of London's canals from the state-run British Waterways this week.
Ealing North MP Steve Pound picked up the outstanding achievement award at this year's Charity Champion Awards, celebrating the positive side of politics.
MPs and peers voted for the Labour politician for more than 15 years supporting the Scout Association in Parliament.