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When was the last time you went to a celebration?  What was it for? A birthday, a promotion, a new job? On Thursday 3rd April about 120 people got together to celebrate. Those gathered included the Rt Rev Pete Broadbent Bishop of Willsden, Inspector Andrew Deane, Angie Bray MP for Ealing Central and Acton and Rev Les Isaac (founder of Street Pastors nationally) and Ealing councillors who wanted to celebrate with us recognising the work that we do.. Read more

 

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Walk the streets of Ealing, Acton or Southall at night?

To listen, care and help. Well that’s what Ealing Street Pastors get up to most Fridays and Saturday nights across the borough of Ealing.

Are you interested in coming our with us? Then get in contact as there are opportunities to come out as an observer. Do you want to meet up and form a partnership with your charity or agency work? We are always on the look out for great ways to look after our community, especially in the night time economy.

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About Us

We began 4 years ago and are volunteers who walk the streets of Ealing, Southall and Acton in our distinctive uniform every Friday night

Get Involved

There are many ways you can get involved and help support Ealing Street Pastors.

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Check out the International Street Pastors website.

From Our Blog

EALING BROADWAY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2015

HOME SAFE AND SOUND Saturday night and the Ealing Street Pastor team were out in the bitter cold. A homeless man was begging who knew St Mungo’s, Acton.. We emailed St Mungo’s on the chance they might be fetching people into the shelter under the sever weather...

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ACTON Jan 2015

Last Friday we were patrolling the streets of Acton.  We now patrol from 11pm in Acton so we can be available later in the morning as people come out of the bars.   We were just finishing our patrol when a man approached us. He was so pleased to see us and couldn’t...

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