What I Love About Ealing!

Updated: Feb 4



Do you know which Ealing resident became Prime Minister (in 1809) and was the only British Prime Minister to have been assassinated (in 1812)? Can you name Africa’s first lady who once lived in exile in Ealing Broadway? In which part of Ealing is the largest Gurdwara organisation outside of India, situated?


Families/Young People, please join WAPPY at Open Ealing Arts Centre, Dickens Yard, W5,

(2-4 pm) in the February half-term to celebrate Valentine’s Day week with a celebration of what you love about the borough you live, study or work in!


It promises to be a fun-packed storytelling, poetry, music, geographically-themed quiz-inspired, filmmaking session with a special guest appearance too! Please book your place via the Events page (https://www.wappy.org.uk/events-1/what-i-love-about-ealing/form)

asap as spaces are limited. Thank you.


This workshop proved to be very popular in 2017 (Ealing Central Library) when two first first-participants created their joint poem which was subsequently published in WAPPY's Arts Council - funded anthology, Wonderful World of WAPPY (https://issuu.com/akubaquansah/docs/wappy_book8_/132).






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