|Local Associations and Campaign Groups in Ealing|
This section aims to provide a comprehensive listing of local societies in Ealing.
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The Brentham estate, a collection of 560 houses, was built through the inspiration of various 20th century movements, including the Labour, Co-operative, and Arts and Crafts movements. The Brentham Heritage Society explains more and gives details of the book they have published on the subject.
Creffield Area Residents' Association - Covers Ealing Common Station to Acton north of the Uxbridge Road
Ealing 135 Group: a friendly local network run by parents and carers of young children.
Ealing Civic Society: working to preserve and improve our Borough.
Ealing Common Branch Labour Party represents the interests of Labour Party members and supporters in the Ealing Common Ward. Meetings are held monthly on every third Thursday. Contact Branch Secretary Kevin McGrath on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ealing Credit Union: The antidote to banks and building societies that operates on a not-for-profit basis and provides a safe way of saving and borrowing. Call 020 8573 8010 for more information about their services.
Ealing Passenger Transport Users' Group - The Group was established in 2001 in order to secure better public transport and related facilities for users of such services in the Borough of Ealing, and in neighbouring areas frequented by residents of the borough.
Ealing Talking Newspapers: this is a charity with about 50 volunteers who make a weekly audio tape for blind and visually impaired people of items of local interest. If you're interested in joining them or benefiting from their services, go to their web site.
Five Roads Forum: one of the early pilot HomeZones aiming to make the area more resident-friendly, this area of West Ealing is now well-establised.They also have some interesting history of the area.
Ealing Friends of the Earth: The local group for the London Borough of Ealing. Meet on the third Wednesday of each month at 8pm at: St John's Church Hall, Mattock Lane, West Ealing, W13.
Hanger Hill (East) Residents' Association covers the area of Hanger Hill (Haymills) Estate east of Hanger Lane and north of Queens Drive.
Hanwell and Northfields Rotary Club - Rotary is a worldwide association of local clubs for men and women in business or professions who provide humanitarian service to the community. Weekly dinners and visiting speakers.
Ealing National Childbirth Trust - helping all parents to have a rich experience of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood
Neighbours' Paper - voluntary community magazine produced in central Ealing quarterly. Independent group concerned to publicise activities in Ealing and discuss important issues. Phone: 0208 579 4925 or e mail: email@example.com
Pitshanger Community Association - The defining features of the Pitshanger area are a lovely park, excellent local shops and community spirit. The Association aims to foster and improve all of these and more.
Ridley Avenue Residents' Association and Neighbourhood Watch
www.walpoleresidents.org - one of the longest established representative groups in the Walpole area. Have a broad base of interest and influence – particularly parks and open spaces, local transport and traffic issues, planning and licensing, and the strategic development of Ealing through their role on the Ealing Centre Partnership.
West Ealing Neighbours - residents group for West Ealing to make voices heard over such issues as the tram and the decline of the shopping in West Ealing Broadway along with the problem of rubbish and fly tipping. Ring 07968 819016