EalingToday.co.uk is a web site for the area of Ealing in West London.
The site has been edited by Ealing resident Annemarie Flanagan since 2009.
Annemarie trained as a journalist at the London College of Printing. She has more than 30 years of experience working as reporter, producer and editor in newsrooms in BBC radio and television. She has written for national newspapers, magazines and websites including The Guardian, Daily Telegraph Daily/Sunday Express, Daily Mail and The Sun.
However, since May 2020 the site has been managed by Neighbour Net and Annemarie is feature writer.
Contributions are accepted from other local writers. If you'd like to have articles published on the site please get in touch.
EalingToday.co.uk has 7,300 registered members and over 6,000 people subscribe to a weekly newsletter which is packed with local news and events. EalingToday.co.uk is possibly the most read local media for the Ealing area.
The site is currently getting up to 50,000 visits a month according to Google Analytics.
We also receive content as a partner in the BBC's Local Democracy Reporters Scheme. Any stories sourced from this scheme will be clearly indicated.
EalingToday.co.uk is part of the Neighbour Net Group of web sites - the largest group of local web sites in the U.K. in terms of registered membership with 49,000 registrations on at least one site in the network.
Neighbour Net Ltd is registered in England and Wales under the 1985 Companies Act and the company Number 3859665. The company is privately funded by its directors only. It has no political or religious affiliations.
If you sign up for the site (it's free) you'll be kept in touch with news of what is going on in Ealing. Updating your details or deregistering from our newsletter is also simple - just log on, click on your name and make the changes you want.
If you want to contact us about this site e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
EalingToday.co.uk is not associated in any way with Ealing Council.
We aim to adhere to the Editors’ Code of Practice and if we have demonstrably failed to do so in anything that we publish we undertake to resolve the situation promptly. Any significant inaccuracy, misleading statement or distortion will be corrected quickly and with due prominence. If appropriate an apology will be published. We use the Editors’ Code of Practice but we are not members of the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
If you are unhappy about an article that has been published on the site in the first instance contact the editor with your concerns. Include your full name, address and phone number in any correspondence.
Our target is that all editors should respond to a complaint within a week of it being sent. If no reply has been received or you are not satisfied with the response then your complaint will be considered by the directors of Neighbour Net Ltd. Forward details to email@example.com. We aim to respond to all complaints at this stage within ten days although this may take longer if it is necessary to obtain legal advice.
If you remain unsatisfied at this stage we will endeavour to arrange low-cost, mutually agreeable and binding arbitration though an independent third party. The initial cost of this would be payable by the complainant but this would be refundable in whole or part if the arbitrator finds that Neighbour Net have not responded to the complaint adequately.
Note: this procedure does not cover complaints about feedback on the directory or posts made on the forum. They should be addressed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our postal address is The Courtyard, 4 Evelyn Road, W4 5JL.
Telephone (020) 8994 7888