Ealing Common Walk & Talk Event Taking Place This Saturday

Part of 16 days of action on violence against women and girls

A previous Walk and Talk event with the Met Police
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November 30, 2023

This Saturday (2 December), the Metropolitan Police are holding another Walk and Talk event on Ealing Common.

It takes place from noon to 1pm meeting outside the Grange pub (W5 3JT) and is provides an opportunity for women to discuss concerns they have and suggest ways in which the police can work to make them feel safer in the area.

This event is taking place as part of 16 days of action on Violence Against Women and Girls and comes just over a week after White Ribbon Day which took place on 25 November.

Walk & Talks are open to women aged 18 and above who would like to go for a walk with an officer in their local area and discuss their views on women’s safety.

The aim of Walk & Talks is to start a conversation between members of the public and police officers and crime prevention advice will be provided.

You can register to join the Walk and Talk online.


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