Area Guide

Ealing is a major metropolitan centre and has a real feeling of community with well cultured, and a very diverse population. Often referred to as the Queen of the Suburbs, Ealing has long been known for the famous Ealing Studio's, where many classic films have been made and the studio's are still in use today.  Ealing has several wonderful open spaces including several golf courses and parks.  Walpole Park is very popular and hosts several family festivals each year and Gunnersbury Park which is popular with families for a wonderful summer's day out.  Ealing also has a large shopping centre, a pretty green, and gothic-style town hall. Trees line the spacious streets, and it’s popular with families and professional singles alike.

Ealing is located very close to North Circular Road (A406), the A40, and the A4/M4 motorway the latter providing a direct connection to Heathrow Airport and the M25 motorway. .

There are four tube stations spread around Ealing (Piccadilly, District, and Central Line), two mainline train Stations with direct links into Paddington in just over ten minutes, and a huge selection of bus routes travelling into the city and out. Crossrail is also expected within the next few years with direct links to The City and Essex.

Local schools include a great selection of state primary schools, including; Fielding, Little Ealing, Montpelier, and Mount Carmel. There are a number of private primary schools also, including; Aston House, St Augustine’s, St Benedict’s, and Notting Hill. Ealing is surrounded by areas with numerous state schools, Ealing itself benefits from a number of private secondary schools, including; Harvington, St Augustine’s and St Benedict’s.