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The banners are up throughout the borough and many local businesses, including are involved.

Spend Local is a new campaign aimed at getting us all to think local, choose local & spend local. Vouchers, offers and discounts are available from a variety of outlets.

There's a huge amount on offer in different categories. There are great savings to be made in restaurants, pubs and cafes; Kalinka (Churchfield Road), Mistura, Hello Pizza Plus, Shisha Coffee and Internet, W3 Fish and Chips and the George and Dragon (High Street) Bella Luna and Thai Nice (Uxbridge Road) and the Goldsmith Arms (East Acton Lane) all have offers.

There are also offers to make savings on joining gyms (Twyford Sports Centre and Reynolds Sports Centre) and a free day pass to Acton Swimming Baths as well as discounts on dry cleaning (Pearls), minicabs (Acton Cars Ltd), Beauty and therapy (Absolutely Fabulous and Thai Touch Therapy and Enzo), Hairdressers and Barber Shops (D&A, Enzo, Keisuke Hair Artists, Regents Barber Shop) Office equipment and computers (Ace Office Equipment and Act On Computers) Web design (K Web Design) Bookkeeping and training (KBM Chartered Accountants) Clothes (Alam Clothing) Lighting (Menos) DIY and Paint (Paint and DIY Store).

Other participants include: Brazilian Emporium, First Festival Travel, Food Link, Freshways, Pit Start Self Service Garage, Vaspa Double Glazing, Plumbing Town, Ryan Property Services and Woolsey of Acton. is offering great deals on enhanced listings and newsletter inclusions.

Council Leader, Councillor Jason Stacey, said:

“We know the last few months have been financially difficult both for local residents and businesses. That is why we have been working with traders to launch the Spend Local scheme to let shoppers know about special offers and discounts in their area in the run up to Christmas.''

Next month will see the council paying £50 cashback to more than 122,000 council tax paying households. It's hoped residents will spend the money in Ealing and shop locally for Christmas.

Council car parks will be free every weekend in December to give shoppers a little extra incentive to stay in or visit the borough.


October 31, 2009