Family days out
Ealing 135 is a social network in the most genuine sense: a way to meet other parents and carers with kids under the age of five living in and around the borough of Ealing. They are a not-for-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers drawn from within their membership.
Things to do
There are lots of classes, playgroups and things to do with kids in Ealing and the surrounding areas.
Toning with Tots
Amongst the abundant baby groups and activity classes in our area, Ealing offers a lesser known range of buggy friendly exercise classes to help new mums regain their figure and fitness after the arrival of their little bundle (or bundles) of joy.
Kid-friendly places to eat
It's not always easy to fit a buggy into a busy restaurant. These are our favourite child-friendly places to eat.
Located on St Mary’s Road (opposite Santa Maria Pizzeria) this family run cafe always offers a warm welcome and a neat menu full of home-cooked food inspired by its owner’s Italian (and French) heritage.
Fantastic pasta and other yummy Italian things on Northfields high street. Well worth a try.
Northfields Little Visitors
'Parents bring their children to visit the elderly at residential homes. The visit is 30 mins long and involves 20 mins of chatting and showing toys, and 10 mins of sing along nursery rhymes. It really is a lovely experience.'