Ealing Council, working with Furnish, provide a re-use collection service and will collect items from your home. The service provides affordable furniture and household items to people in need. As long as the items are in a good, clean and reusable condition and have appropriate fire safety labels intact, you can arrange for them to be collected. www.ealing.gov.uk/reusecollection
Tel: 020 8996 4772 email: email@example.com
If you have household items which are not in good condition but would like them collected, you can also arrange this through Ealing Council.29/01/2016
Ealing Adult Learning (EAL) offer a whole host of daytime and evening courses to suit people aged 19 and over, including Cake Decorating, Garment Construction, Introduction to Crochet & Embroidery and Tapestry, Aromatherapy, Using a Defibrillator, Singing and many more.
Join them during Adult Learners' Week, a national celebration of lifelong learning, where you will be able to try their FREE taster sessions, taking place in Ealing and Southall on Saturday 11th June 2016.
For futher information or to enrol please telephone (020) 8825 5577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about all available courses by visiting www.ealing.gov.uk/info/27/adult_learning_courses29/01/2016
An exciting new information portal has been launched in Ealing and across West London.
CarePlace offers users the opportunity to find services relevant to you whether you’re looking for local lunch clubs and coffee mornings, support networks, advice and advocacy services or a Care Home, CarePlace is the online directory to find it.29/01/2016
Ealing Involved is run by Ealing Community and Voluntary Service - a local charity supporting over 800 local community groups in Ealing. For more information about Ealing CVS see ABOUT US.
We are interested in future sponsors for the Ealing Involved project If your company or organisation would like to find out more visit our BECOME A SPONSOR page.
For more information about Ealing Involved, or if you are interested in volunteering to help with the project, contact the Ealing CVS Chief Executive, Andy Roper.
If you would be interested in developing the Your Involved model in your borough, town or city contact Andy Roper for further information.