|Just part of the building work on the way to Brentford F.C.|
After quite a few months the pub that is known as The Ealing Park Tavern seems to be functioning again have had some nice meals there and hope it is now returned to a good place for celebratory meals.
|The Ealing Park Tavern is back - it was the very essence of a Gastro' Pub (and that's no bad thing to be)|
After The Ealing Park Tavern (proceeding in a northerly direction as officers of the law might say) I arrived at The University of West London (as it is now known).
I had not noticed before the plaque to Lady Byron of Lord Byron) she founded Ealing Grove School in 1834 in what was the first 'industrial school' of its type.
|The Byron Plaque|
In 1860 (after Lady Byron's death) C. N. Atlee, a former headmaster of the Lady Byron school set up the Byron House School in St. Mary's Road this has evolved through the years into the present-day University of West London and the blue plaque there is dedicated to her and the pioneering, enlightened approach to education she is associated with.
|The present day University|
Philosophical Footnote: having heard Heidegger being 'slagged off'' earlier in the I week have been trying to find out more about his perspective - watched this film the excellently titled/described ' A film about Martin Heidegger's Philosophy' which may or may not reflect a standpoint he took - enjoyed it and good to see that Hubert Dreyfuss who was interviewed by Bryan Magee for a TV show on him retained his enthusiasm for the man many years later