Ealing Council has added another 44 sites across the borough which will have new charging points for electric cars. Ealing will now have a total of 83 points for drivers to make the switch to electric and decrease air pollution.
Trees for Cities in collaboration with Ealing Council are planting an arboretum of trees in Marnham Field between Northolt and Greenford.
Join us on 1st December 2023 for a screening of the compelling movie "Eating Our Way to Extinction," which delves into critical themes such as the environmental impact of animal agriculture, deforestation, and the interconnectedness of environmental, health, and economic issues.
In November 2023, ActForEaling collaborated with Ealing Council to take representatives from environmental groups to visit the MRF (Materials Reprocessing Facility) in Crayford, Kent. The aim was to understand better how our recycling is dealt with and why it is important for residents to follow guidelines.
Ealing Council is planning on creating a new regional park in the borough; the first in West London. The regional park would be much larger (over 400 hectares) than a standard park, would be open to the public, easily accessible by public transport, and managed to a high standard. It is hoped that it will include a... Continue Reading →
Join Ealing Wildlife Group on 25 November and be a citizen scientist for the afternoon to find out if the reintroduced harvest mice are holding their own! You will be taught how to look for the mice's distinctive nests in suitable habitats, as this is one of the only reliable ways we can monitor their... Continue Reading →
Grove Farm is a hidden urban gem which provides a biodiverse natural space in North Greenford. The deciduous woodland on Grove Farm contains broadleaf trees such as oak, ash, elm, hazel and blackthorn. Grove Farm has a particularly magnificent display of wood anemones in spring as well as native bluebells. It has rare trees including... Continue Reading →
CURB are a group of volunteer local residents taking action in Ealing to “Clean Up the River Brent”. CURB was founded by Ben Morris in October 2021 in response to a significant pollution incident on the Lower Brent, and is part of a growing movement to regenerate the UK’s badly degraded rivers. Recently, Ben Morris... Continue Reading →
Wondering what to wear for Halloween? 🎃 Thinking twice about the cost of this year's costume that's likely to be worn once and yet more wasted plastic as most Halloween costumes are made of polyester, so those outfits will outlive even the longest living ghoul?👻 Organising your own costume swap Organise swaps at school or... Continue Reading →
Recycle Week is RecycleNow’s annual event designed to celebrate and promote the benefits of recycling. It creates opportunities for us all to implement positive change that will help protect our planet. There are lots of ways to get involved, from learning more about recycling, cleaning up your local community, as well as Reducing, Reusing and... Continue Reading →