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ESCA & ENCA 2018 Annual Dinner


Ealing Southall & Ealing North Associations hope you can join us for our 2018 Annual Dinner with the Secretary of State for Defence, the Rt Hon. Gavin Williamson MP. 

Cleveland Ward Forum

Don't forget your next Ward Forum is still on 11th September at 7 pm but the venue has been changed to St Barnabas's Church, Pitshanger Lane W5

Pitshanger Library Update

Together with the Pitshanger Village Traders Association, the paper petition collected over 2000 signatures and our on line petition finally achieved another 800.

Campaign to Save Pitshanger Library

At the request of residents in the Pitshanger Village area and the Pitshanger Village Traders' Association we mounted a campaign to join with local people and all those affected by the potential closure of this valued and, indeed essential, facility.

2018/2019 Ward Forums

Finally the dates of the Ward Forums have been published .  For your individual ward, see the attached schedule

Hannah David from CPF Visits Ealing North

On 16 July, Hannah David, elected National Policy Director of the Conservative Policy Forum gave a talk on the work of the CPF to members of your executive.  She explained that this was the platform through which all members could make their views know and urged all party members to join.

Chairman's Letter

Jamila Bibi Sarwar, our new Chairman, has written to all our members and a copy of the letter is here just in case we missed anyone, for which we apologise as we are having a few teething problems, and for those of you who have not yet joined us

No Ward Forums Scheduled in Labour Wards

Interestingly, there are no ward forums scheduled for any of our wards, all of which are Labour controlled.  Compare this with other Ealing Constituencies  with Conservative Councillors who have already scheduled a number of ward forums in order to understand their constituents concerns.


On 20th June Jamila Bibi Sarwar became the new chairman of Ealing North.  She has worked tirelessly as an activist for many years and stood as a candidate for Greenford Green in the 2014 local elections.