Today is the start of Week 7 of our 150 days of community project. Don’t know what we’re talking about? Then click here. Here are some of the things that we’ve been up to in West Ealing in the past week:
— Will to Win Tennis (@Will2WinTennis) March 22, 2014
— Ealing Witch (@EalingWitch) March 22, 2014
Did Oaklands school car boot on Saturday – it was a great success, lovely people – made #155!!!!Roll on the next one, May 17 – never thought I’d enjoy it so much. Also thanks to our stall neighbours who gave me their lovely old brass lamp (yes, I know I shouldn’t be acquiring) and all we gave them was an old packet of dishwasher powder!! Lots of kids had a nice time in the playground, too, and there were hot dogs and burgers and tea and coffee. Good stuff.-Gill – March 24 at 10:30am
— Fatoldhippy (@fatoldhippy) March 23, 2014
The #EalingHour starts tonight at 8pm – a chance to talk about Ealing on twitter. More info is here: http://news.northfields.co.uk/2014/03/what-is-ealing-hour-why-should-i-get-involved-and-how.html
-Sally – March 25 at 11:03am
Did we miss anything? Let us know!
We have another great list of seven ‘acts of community’ for this week – see how many you do – maybe you already do them!
- Join Ealing Transition
- Form a local outdoor activity group
- Participate in political campaigns
- Attend a local council committee meeting
- Form a computer group for locals who need these skills
- Help coach youth sports – even if you don’t have a child playing
- Replace one of your car journeys with public transport, bike or Zipcar
We’d love to hear from you if you do any of these things, or anything else that makes people smile in West Ealing. We have loads more suggestions of things you can do, if you want to jump ahead!
Ways to send us your contributions: