Three new businesses open their doors in Ealing town centre.

Posted on 05 Mar 2019 6:56 PM

A warm welcome to our new businesses.

Luxx Hair has taken over the original Ginger Group Salon on 43 High Street, Ealing.  Pop in and say hello to Amy Mcauley who opened her first salon in Ickenham two years ago and has now expanded to tackle the tumbling locks of Ealing. Amy prides herself in delivering fabulous customer service and specialises in colouring and hair extensions. She is open Monday to Sunday and has a great offer off 25% of your first visit which ends on March 31st. It’s a great deal so why not try something new for summer! Find out more here

Explore Learning has opened in Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre to provide Ofsted registered tuition in maths and English. The founder Bill Mills has made a point of locating all 137 branches in places that are easy for families to attend regularly such as Sainsbury's supermarkets, Shopping Centres and the local High Street. Founded in 2001 and focussing on Maths and English tuition for the 4 – 11+ age range, Explore Learning pride themselves on building confident, fearless learners. Situated on the first floor of the shopping centre they offer a free trial for new members. They will be launching the Explore Learning Writers’ award on Monday, March 11th and will be running free workshops when the public library in the Centre reopens in the next few weeks. Find out more on their website

Pulcinella Pizzeria  39 High Street, Ealing, has re-opened under the experienced management of two of Ealing’s favourite eateries La Rueda De Tapas on Bond Street and Piccola Italia on High Street. With so much experience and passion for the authentic taste, this family-run business will not disappoint with their traditional Neapolitan wood-fired oven pizzas. Check out the menu and discover their range of delicious pizzas. Check out their menus here