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.
Tonight's London 2012 opening ceremony will see one Ealing resident fulfil a dream she thought had passed her by.
While most of us will have to watch events from the comfort of our armchair, 53-year-old mother of two Christine O'Connor will be at the Olympic Stadium as one of the few with the honour of performing the choreography of Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle.
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).
It was big grins all round when pupils had the rare chance to not only see an Olympic Torch up close and personal but hold it as well.
Seven-year-old Kennedy Clarridge must have been the most popular girl in school when she invited her grandfather Roy Clarridge to show off his golden torch to her schoolmates.
Olympic fever is bubbling as another lucky group of Ealing students have been selected to cheer on athletes at the opening ceremony.
Eight youngsters from Horsenden Primary School, North Greenford, were chosen to join hundreds of patriotic schoolchildren at the Guard of Honour.
Pupils from Northolt have been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to cheer on the world's greatest athletes as they enter the Olympic Park.
Eight students from West London Academy, in Bengarth Road, will wave banners and lanterns in a guard of honour as athletes enter the Olympic stadium for the opening ceremony on July 27.
Neighbours are set for a noisy few days as Typhoon jets to be based at RAF Northolt during the Olympic Games take to the skies for a series of test flights.
The supersonic Eurofighter Typhoons, which can travel at top speeds of 1,320mph, will begin the training exercise tomorrow (Wednesday 02) and will continue until Thursday next week (10).
A canoe club taking to the water in new boats is looking for fresh talent to help it become one of Britain's top teams.
The Sharks bought three new slalom boats with a £2,900 grant from Ealing Council, and another £6,250 grant from the NatWest Community Force Award will pay for expensive competition boats to help them paddle to victory this summer.
The Olympic torch will arrive in Ealing on Tuesday, July 24 taking in the sights of Northala Fields, travelling through the heart of Southall and onto Ealing Broadway before ending in Walpole Park.
It will arrive in Ealing around 5pm on day 67 of the 70 day route travelling around Great Britain before arriving at the Olympic Park in Stratford, east London for the opening ceremony on July 27.