Ealing is already beginning to benefit from the Crossrail effect with the development of several projects already underway including the restoration of Ealing Town Hall, a new cinema and a new co-working hub.
Did you know that moments away from Jigsaw is a large reel of film history in the form of Ealing Studios? That’s right, this television and film production company right on Jigsaw’s doorstep is in fact the world’s oldest film studio and has been one of the centres of British film since its inception in 1902!
Discover a new talent with Open Ealing at The Orchard Café. Choose from a range of classes and workshops from life drawing classes to Islamic geometry pattern making each led by a talented artist or an award-winning mentor.
Spring has finally sprung and the school holidays are on their way. If you’re struggling to think of what to do during the Easter holidays with the youngsters here are a list of fun activities in and around Ealing for the whole family to enjoy.
Already home to many accolades as one of the leafiest London boroughs with over 100 parks and open spaces including Walpole Park and Ealing Common and shortly to become one of the most connected when Crossrail arrives in 2019, but did you know Ealing is also home to the UK’s ‘Best Half Marathon’?
The redesign has begun and plans to transform Dean Gardens have started. Inspired by the local community, the newly designed park will offer a new vibrant green space for Jigsaw residents to enjoy and will create an iconic park in West Ealing.
Residents of Jigsaw can be proud of Ealing’s recreational space. Ealing has ten generously sized parks in addition to four nature conservation areas dotted across the Borough. Therefore, you can expect open green corridors and large areas of green space in close proximity of your Jigsaw home awaiting you to soak in their atmosphere and bask in.
The London Borough of Ealing offers a village-like way of life for residents; avenues are adorned with tree-lined pathways and areas to grow your own fruit and veg are in high demand. But behind this charming picture stands an area steeped with a rich and varied history.
Unbelievably, it is that time of year again. The summer has abruptly left us in the lurch, only for the incoming winter to take its rightful place as the season for snow, cold and best of all, Christmas. Here is what you can experience over the coming weeks during the run up to the festive season.
The temperature has dropped, the leaves are changing colour and people are wearing those winter coats they tucked away not too long ago. We recently wrapped up and walked from Jigsaw to Ealing Broadway to see if this suburban walk through Ealing’s high street presents locals with everything they need.
Known as ‘Queen of the Suburbs’, this leafy borough has a distinct and diverse character spanning from the red corner of Ealing Broadway to the blue corner of West Ealing. The battle here is not a civil war between residents, rather a positive showcase of the glowing merits both sides have to offer.