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Overview of Ealing

The London Borough of Ealing is located Northeast of Heathrow Airport a distance of around 10 miles a journey that would take around 25 minutes by taxi via the M4 and A312. It borders the Boroughs of Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow. It is situated in West London and forms part of Outer London, it has a population of 338,400 according to 2011 statistics.

Green spaces 

Despite being bordered on three sides by some of West London’s busiest roads, Ealing is an impressively green area. It has lots of small parks dotted around the borough and larger spaces on its northern and western edges, meaning that wherever you are in Ealing you rarely have to travel far to get back to nature. At the heart of the borough lies Walpole Park, home to the historic Sir John Soane designed Pitzhanger Manor. This is the most popular green space, and along with Lammas Park, is supported by community group Walpole Friends. The open parkland of Ealing Common is a popular spot for weekend sports and picnics, while the Fox Wood Nature Reserve is one of the few remaining woodland areas in the borough.

As a borough in the West london area, Ealing is both religiously and ethnically diverse with large communities of Irish, Polish, Chinese, Afro Caribbean and Asian inhabitants, there is a multicultural feel to the area with Irish pubs and the popularity of Gaelic games in the community. The area of Southall known locally as 'Little India' developed in the 1950s with is a lively places with shops and food markets lining the busy High Street.

Ealing is well known for its film studios which produced stars such as Alex Guiness, Peter Sellars and other British Legends. It is said to be one of the prettiest of West London's areas and has many open spaces and good connections into Central London. Ealing incorporates the neighbourhoods of Acton, Bedford Park, Dormers Wells, Ealing, East Acton, Greenford, Hanwell, North Acton, Northolt, Norwood Green, Park Royal, Perivale, South Acton, Southall, West Acton and West Ealing.


Tube: Ealing has four Tube stations all in Zone 3. Ealing Broadway is at the end of the Central and District Lines, Ealing Common is on the District and Piccadilly Lines and North and South Ealing are on the Piccadilly Line.

Rail: First Great Western trains from Ealing Broadway and West Ealing to Paddington take just 10 to 15 minutes, with the Heathrow Connect service getting you to the airport in less than 30 minutes. 

Bus: Ealing is served by an impressive number of bus routes, including the 65 (to Kingston), 83 (to Golders Green) and 297 (to Willesden). Several of its routes run 24 hour services.

Cycle: Proposals to build a Cycle Superhighway between Tower Hill and Acton could make life even easier for Ealing cyclists, who currently enjoy a 40 minute cycle to Hammersmith.

Road: Ealing’s West London location means locals can be on the M25 in less than 40 minutes and it’s only half an hour to Heathrow.