When arguably the most affable, liberal and easiest going nation on the planet starts voting more Hard Right, do you think the PC Lefty Liberal Wokes will now woke up to the fact that they are out of touch and aren't representative of The Majority?
Rosco White ● 8d1 Comments ● 10h
Post Office in the High Street We need your help. The Post Office has been monitoring the number of visits to the Banking Hub on the High Street and that ends at the end of this month.Please, please visit the Banking Hub before then so the numbers counted are as high as we can make them.You can take out money from most banks at the counter, or deposit cash. You can see your Banker if they are one of the five who visit every week. We have been begging and pleading for additional Post Office services like holiday money, but everything depends on numbers using the present service. Please, please!
Maire Lowe ● 13d9 Comments ● 15h
Looks like it's being gutted as I came past on the E3 today. Anyone know what's going on?
Susan Kelly ● 7d8 Comments ● 1d
It’s so frustrating: £20 billion spent on cross rail yet, as the front page story tells us, last week there were serious delays EVERY DAY.And almost all the delays affect Acton Mainline.If there were more frequent trains scheduled to stop at our station, the frequent cancellations would have less effect.At the moment, the service - especially later in the day - is almost unusable unreliable. But nothing gets done…
Sara Nathan ● 36d7 Comments ● 1d
Public MeetingMonday 27th November 20237:30 PMSt Mary’s Church Hall1 The Mount London W3 9NW(Opposite Morrisons) Islamophobia attacks are on the rise Mosques, buildings and Muslims being repeatedly targeted, Outreach West London have organised this meeting which coincides with Islamophobia Awareness Month. How can you identify Islamophobia, report it and be an allyInvited speakers: Rupa Huq MPSenior Police officers Eailing CouncilThere will be a short presentation about Muslim history of West LondonInfo@outreachealing.org
Abdul Maalik Tailor ● 8d10 Comments ● 1d
Usual guidelines. If you're the first to review a film then reply to the original posting. If not, reply to previous reviews of that film.Do check to see if someone else has reviewed the film. I'm mainly looking at you here, Sara. LOL.
Susan Kelly ● 334d162 Comments ● 1d
Don't know if you have seen this program on changing High Streets but it begins in Acton The Six Bells features in the opening shots They suggest Business Rates are the problem. What do you think?. https://youtu.be/GPJti1ASGcc?si=mFb-R-mkn21H2GsB
Maire Lowe ● 11d2 Comments ● 2d
Just been told that former local councillor and Mayor of Ealing Phil Portwood has passed away. Didn't know him personally that well but the general opinion seem to be that he was a good person who cared alot about the local community.
Mark Evans ● 8d0 Comments ● 8d
Hello all,If you live in or near Acton remember that the Post Office are monitoring footfall to the Banking Hub in The Oaks.I think that the footfall on the High Street has changed since the Cinema surely attract new customers as does the Banking Hub itself. Please do visit the Post Office in the next week to help reduce the chance of them closing it.Thanks,Gary
Gary Malcolm ● 9d2 Comments ● 8d
Are you going to come and join us on Saturday 2nd December for our Christmas Reduce and Recycle hub?? We will be at the Market from 10am to 3pm.There will be free workshops to help youMake your own draft excluderUpcycle an old jumper or plain jumper into the Christmas jumperRecycle clothes, books and small electrical items for recyclingTo learn more about recycling and reducing your use of plasticTo drop off and pick up books at our book swap.Plus lots more along side of shopping with our regular traders and hot food served by our superb food vendors.
Zahra Shah ● 9d0 Comments ● 9d
https://www.ealingtimes.co.uk/news/23909853.vandal-sprays-acton-mosque-paint-third-attack/Also Muslim owned businesses and it’s known that members of the Muslim community are being targeted too, and frightened now too.
AbdulMaalik Tailor ● 23d18 Comments ● 10d
Very quietly TfL have added two extra morning trains towards Paddington. Nothing in the opposite direction.There is now an 8.04 and 8.34, coming in from Reading so no suitcases. I've not had a chance to catch one yet.Is good to know TfL saw the crush Lang that has been going on at peak hour and taken action.
Allan Kelly ● 14d4 Comments ● 11d
I've just bought a new TV and need someone to come and set it up. No wall mounting or anything like that. I just don't know where the cables go. I would, of course, pay for your time.
Danielle Fox ● 11d0 Comments ● 11d
I need an electrician to fit an outside security light - can anyone recommend such a person who can do this? Many thanks in advance.
Natalie McDermott ● 11d0 Comments ● 11d
Owner just posted on Instagram. Shutters down, ovens off. Gutted. Unfortunately this is what happens when locals don’t support a business. Real shame as the food was incredible, but was more of a special occasion restaurant. Churchfield road will suffer losing this place.
Lee Harding ● 109d10 Comments ● 14d
See story on opening page under "Property"Do these "Dark Kitchens" present particular problems? Increased vermin due to excessive kitchen waste, strong cooking smells, noisy lorry deliveries at all hours of the night, etc?Anyone know? I have no idea.It's gotta be hell actually living in this area now I'd have thought, not least because crime has gone up considerably.August 10, 2023 - Plans have been drawn up for a 12-storey building in North Acton which would contain 260 ‘dark kitchens’.These are commercial kitchens used to facilitate orders from online delivery apps such as Deliveroo and Just Eat.
Rosco White ● 24d3 Comments ● 15d
An Acton mosque imam’s car tyres slashed and car damaged. The community is still awaiting to hear back from Ealing police for an emergency public meeting since Wednesday.
AbdulMaalik Tailor ● 21d5 Comments ● 17d
My wife walked by The Mount and saw gangs of youths charging around and fireworks being randomly fired in public spaces. If you were wondering why the police helicopter was in action, that appears to be the reason.
Alan Fairchild ● 30d6 Comments ● 22d
If you want to be glass half full you could look at what has happened as the government spending billions on linking our area with Birmingham.The travel time to Old Oak Common will be 42 minutes, less if you board at the airport stop so large swathes of Warwickshire countryside will be within commuting distance of London.Given that lots of jobs don't require you to work a full 5 days in the office, living in Birmingham and working in London just became very doable. Relative property prices means that your standard of living will probably be higher even allowing for rail fares.This must surely deliver a very substantial boost to west London as suddenly a huge new pool of Labour becomes available.Looking in the opposite direction, Birmingham airport suddenly become easier to get from here than Gatwick, Luton and Stansted.
Alan Fairchild ● 58d9 Comments ● 29d