Calendar

This listing aims to give an overview of events organised to bring people together or achieve specific purposes after the Grenfell Tower disaster. These could range from memorials to workshops to religious, fundraising, or community events, as well as public meetings.

Please contact us with any events you would like to be listed.


 

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Feb
24
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Feb 24 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!

Mar
2
Fri
Study Space at Addison Primary School, Fridays 4–6pm (term time) @ Addison Primary School
Mar 2 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends.

Please email or text (07824 668310) beforehand to confirm your space.

The Study Space runs from 4:00pm – 6.00pm every Friday in the Canna classroom, with access to the Library with a range of story books to suit all ages, tastes and interests.

Experienced teacher is on hand to help and support homework where needed.

For enquiry or access to the Study Space, please contact sister Marian on 07824 668310 or by email.

Address: Addison Primary School, Addison Gardens, London W14 0DT
School Telephone: 020 7603 5333.

 

Mar
3
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Mar 3 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!

Mar
6
Tue
Grenfell Recovery Scrutiny Committee @ Kensington Town Hall
Mar 6 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Grenfell Recovery Scrutiny Committee

  • Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London W8 7NX
  • Public Agenda
  •  Terms of Reference of the Committee
    • At its meeting on 27 September 2017 Council agreed the following terms of reference for this Committee:
    • All decisions, policies, strategies, services and issues relating to the Grenfell Recovery programme.
Mar
9
Fri
Study Space at Addison Primary School, Fridays 4–6pm (term time) @ Addison Primary School
Mar 9 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends.

Please email or text (07824 668310) beforehand to confirm your space.

The Study Space runs from 4:00pm – 6.00pm every Friday in the Canna classroom, with access to the Library with a range of story books to suit all ages, tastes and interests.

Experienced teacher is on hand to help and support homework where needed.

For enquiry or access to the Study Space, please contact sister Marian on 07824 668310 or by email.

Address: Addison Primary School, Addison Gardens, London W14 0DT
School Telephone: 020 7603 5333.

 

Mar
10
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Mar 10 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!

Mar
14
Wed
Silent Walk – Grenfell Tower. 14th of every month @ Kensington Town Hall
Mar 14 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This is a monthly event held on the 14th of every month to pay respects to those who are no longer with us.

Please join us as our monthly silent walk takes a change of route.

The 14th February marks 8 months since the Grenfell Tower Fire and the voices of the community continue to be ignored. We have grown each month and as mentioned at the end of the last walk it is now time to take the walk else where.

We all walk in in peace and unity and ask that you join us in solidarity.

New route info here.

#Justice #GrenfellSilentWalk #PeoplePower

Mar
16
Fri
Study Space at Addison Primary School, Fridays 4–6pm (term time) @ Addison Primary School
Mar 16 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends.

Please email or text (07824 668310) beforehand to confirm your space.

The Study Space runs from 4:00pm – 6.00pm every Friday in the Canna classroom, with access to the Library with a range of story books to suit all ages, tastes and interests.

Experienced teacher is on hand to help and support homework where needed.

For enquiry or access to the Study Space, please contact sister Marian on 07824 668310 or by email.

Address: Addison Primary School, Addison Gardens, London W14 0DT
School Telephone: 020 7603 5333.

 

Mar
17
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Mar 17 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!

Mar
21
Wed
Grenfell Tower Inquiry: Procedural Hearing
Mar 21 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

[From PDF]

Time and date

Wednesday 21 March  and Thursday 22 March at 10:00

Purpose

The Inquiry is keen to ensure the views of all core participants are taken into account when considering the structure and timetable for progressing the Inquiry. This procedural hearing will review the progress of the first phase of the Inquiry and finalise the timeframe for the evidential hearings.

Attending

Available seating within the hearing room has been reserved for Core Participants who are survivors and bereaved families. Places will be offered through legal representatives and those attending are welcome to arrive from 09:00.

Live Stream

There will be a live-stream of the hearing, which will be made available on the Inquiry website: www.grenfelltowerinquiry.org.uk

Public Screening

A public screening of the live-stream will be held on both days at The Notting Hill Methodist Church, 240 Lancaster Rd, W11 4AH. There will be 100 seats available, which will be issued on the day, on a first come, first served basis.

Media

Media wishing to attend do not need to register in advance, but on arrival journalists must register at the press desk. Journalists will be seated in an adjacent annex into which proceedings will be broadcast.

Mar
22
Thu
Grenfell Tower Inquiry: Procedural Hearing
Mar 22 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

[From PDF]

Time and date

Wednesday 21 March  and Thursday 22 March at 10:00

Purpose

The Inquiry is keen to ensure the views of all core participants are taken into account when considering the structure and timetable for progressing the Inquiry. This procedural hearing will review the progress of the first phase of the Inquiry and finalise the timeframe for the evidential hearings.

Attending

Available seating within the hearing room has been reserved for Core Participants who are survivors and bereaved families. Places will be offered through legal representatives and those attending are welcome to arrive from 09:00.

Live Stream

There will be a live-stream of the hearing, which will be made available on the Inquiry website: www.grenfelltowerinquiry.org.uk

Public Screening

A public screening of the live-stream will be held on both days at The Notting Hill Methodist Church, 240 Lancaster Rd, W11 4AH. There will be 100 seats available, which will be issued on the day, on a first come, first served basis.

Media

Media wishing to attend do not need to register in advance, but on arrival journalists must register at the press desk. Journalists will be seated in an adjacent annex into which proceedings will be broadcast.

Mar
23
Fri
Study Space at Addison Primary School, Fridays 4–6pm (term time) @ Addison Primary School
Mar 23 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends.

Please email or text (07824 668310) beforehand to confirm your space.

The Study Space runs from 4:00pm – 6.00pm every Friday in the Canna classroom, with access to the Library with a range of story books to suit all ages, tastes and interests.

Experienced teacher is on hand to help and support homework where needed.

For enquiry or access to the Study Space, please contact sister Marian on 07824 668310 or by email.

Address: Addison Primary School, Addison Gardens, London W14 0DT
School Telephone: 020 7603 5333.

 

Mar
24
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Mar 24 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!

Mar
26
Mon
Grenfell Recovery Scrutiny Committee @ Kensington Town Hall
Mar 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Grenfell Recovery Scrutiny Committee

  • Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London W8 7NX
  • Public Agenda
  •  Terms of Reference of the Committee
    • At its meeting on 27 September 2017 Council agreed the following terms of reference for this Committee:
    • All decisions, policies, strategies, services and issues relating to the Grenfell Recovery programme.
Mar
30
Fri
Study Space at Addison Primary School, Fridays 4–6pm (term time) @ Addison Primary School
Mar 30 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends.

Please email or text (07824 668310) beforehand to confirm your space.

The Study Space runs from 4:00pm – 6.00pm every Friday in the Canna classroom, with access to the Library with a range of story books to suit all ages, tastes and interests.

Experienced teacher is on hand to help and support homework where needed.

For enquiry or access to the Study Space, please contact sister Marian on 07824 668310 or by email.

Address: Addison Primary School, Addison Gardens, London W14 0DT
School Telephone: 020 7603 5333.

 

Mar
31
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Mar 31 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!

Apr
6
Fri
Study Space at Addison Primary School, Fridays 4–6pm (term time) @ Addison Primary School
Apr 6 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends.

Please email or text (07824 668310) beforehand to confirm your space.

The Study Space runs from 4:00pm – 6.00pm every Friday in the Canna classroom, with access to the Library with a range of story books to suit all ages, tastes and interests.

Experienced teacher is on hand to help and support homework where needed.

For enquiry or access to the Study Space, please contact sister Marian on 07824 668310 or by email.

Address: Addison Primary School, Addison Gardens, London W14 0DT
School Telephone: 020 7603 5333.

 

Apr
7
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Apr 7 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!

Apr
13
Fri
Study Space at Addison Primary School, Fridays 4–6pm (term time) @ Addison Primary School
Apr 13 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The headteacher of Addison Primary School, Damien Mc Garrigle, has set up a study room for young people from Grenfell between Years 1-7 . This study area provides young people some space to complete their homework, to relax to read a book, a space to do some drawing, and a table to play Lego and jigsaw with friends.

Please email or text (07824 668310) beforehand to confirm your space.

The Study Space runs from 4:00pm – 6.00pm every Friday in the Canna classroom, with access to the Library with a range of story books to suit all ages, tastes and interests.

Experienced teacher is on hand to help and support homework where needed.

For enquiry or access to the Study Space, please contact sister Marian on 07824 668310 or by email.

Address: Addison Primary School, Addison Gardens, London W14 0DT
School Telephone: 020 7603 5333.

 

Apr
14
Sat
Free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25: SPID Theatre Company @ Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove
Apr 14 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

We run a free theatre workshops for young people aged 13-25 on Saturdays as part of our Living History project, Kensington Stories. This project looks at the history of West London council estates and the stories told from within by the residents.

Using this as a stimulus, the young people will create and perform a radio play and radio show.

From architects, oral historians, and scriptwriters, to actors and sound designers, each of these experts will be leading workshops in this twelve week program.

Even without experience, this course is ideal for anyone interested in getting creative, including acting, writing and DJing. Workshops take place every Saturday from 12-5 pm at Kensal House (W10 5 BQ). All workshops are free and young people will receive £3 expenses for the day and are able to gain a qualification. Also there is a chance for one creative and committed young person to win the Kensington Stories award!