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Like much of London, Ealing is made up of a mixture of cultures, and those who move here tend to establish roots as well a firm loyalty, and this is felt throughout each neighbourhood. In other areas of London you may see young professionals, couples and even families moving to certain neighbourhoods for a short time whilst they climb the property ladder, but Ealing is different. Thanks to the affordable prices, good choice of schools, transport links and thriving social scene, Ealing is seen by many as a place to set up home, and who could blame them?

Some of Ealing’s vibrant social life centres around its strong Irish community, with friendly traditional Irish pubs and sporting venues inviting everyone to enjoy their hospitality. Festivals held in Walpole Park continue to put Ealing on the map, as well as the local sports teams and music scene. Performing must be in the water extending to the renowned Questors Theatre, as the largest community theatre in Europe, it is proud to call Ealing its home, putting on over twenty shows a year and offering workshops and courses to the community and beyond.

Setting the tone for other London towns, Pitshanger Lane continues to impress, and was recently nominated as a finalist for London’s greatest high street; its community spirit has spread amongst the independent traders, residents, schools and the local council. Pitshanger’s commitment to innovation and building community links is celebrated and enjoyed throughout Ealing. Welcome to a friendly and loyal town that many newcomers make their home, for the future and for their families.