Get Involved With Community Conversations
The next stage of Live West Ealing
Making roads and streets safer, greener and more attractive
Live West Ealing involves the community, local groups and Transport for London to make a range of street level improvements in the area creating an easier, safer and more pleasant place for residents to walk, cycle or use public transport.
Join us and support our bid
Why are we bidding to be London Borough of Culture?
Ealing’s art and culture is both historic and cutting edge, celebrating the talents and traditions of the diverse communities that make our borough such an amazing place to live.
From the home of British film to the roots of British Rock and Bhangra, we’re proud of our heritage.
Visions for Northolt
Have your say and help shape the future of Northolt
Visions for Northolt is putting local people in the driving seat of change. It is all about ensuring that future investment reflects the priorities, needs and aspirations of the local community. Northolt is a great place but we know it can be better. Last year, over 300 local residents and businesses helped to develop a community-led vision for the future of the area.
Southall Grand Union Canal Wellbeing Way
Canalside Improvements and Wellbeing
The Southall Grand Union Canal Wellbeing Way is a green corridor that wraps around Southall, allowing local people to step away from the urban streets and connect with nature.
Ealing’s Citizens’ Tribunal
Keeping Feet to the Flames
A independent Citizen’s Tribunal has been established to follow up on recommendations made by the Ealing Race Equality Commission and to hold the council and its partners to account on the delivery of its commitment and responsibilities to fight race inequality and promote race equality.
Featured Community Projects
Help us with our allotment site makeover – no skills required, you’ll be learning on the job!
Garden DIY – building raised beds, growing frames, maybe even a gazebo!
Garden maintenance – weeding, clearing, hedge cutting, wood chipping.
Towns: Acton, Ealing, Greenford, Hanwell, Northolt, Perivale, Southall
It can take a lot of planning to get an idea to benefit your community off the ground, and many factors need careful consideration to get you up and running successfully. Here you will find a variety of toolkits to explore that will help guide you as you gain confidence, acquire new skills, and create your community activity. Learn how to get help with fundraising, project planning, legal requirements, and communicating your ideas to others.
Creating a project is a great way to stay active in your community, bring people together, and make valuable contributions to improve your neighbourhood.