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The NHS Grenfell Tower Fire Response Group runs the NHS offer for people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. It is made up of NHS commissioners and providers and clinicians including: NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust The group works …
A childcare room is open daily at The Curve so that young people and families can enjoy film screenings, child entertainers, and art therapy —————- The Grenfell Assistance Centre is hosted at The Curve, 10 Bard Road, W10 6TP. From gov.uk: “The Grenfell Fire Response team are currently responding to what the community are telling them …
“The industry response group (IRG) will complement the work of the Independent Expert Advisory Panel (IEAP) established in June 2017 by government to advise on immediate steps to ensure building safety.” From gov.uk
Poems for Grenfell Tower will be published by The Onslaught Press and launched on Sunday, 15 April at the Harrow Club, 187 Freston Rd., W10 6TH – doors 14:30 start 15:00. Admission free with a collection for Grenfell United. Among the poets will be several with close connections to the Lancaster West estate, including Alemu Tebeje, …
The Grenfell fire had a devestating impact on everyone at Solidarity Sports. In the fire we tragically lost three children and their parents. Over five years we had built up a close relationship with two of these beautiful children, Yayha and Firdaws. We are determined to establish an appropriate legacy following this terrible event. The Hashim Family Legacy exists …
We are the residents of Lancaster West estate, that Grenfell Tower is part of. Campaigning for the wellbeing of those affected by the fire. WHO ARE WE We are residents of the Lancaster West Estate, that surrounds Grenfell tower and that the tower is part of. We are organising collectively to ensure our voices are …
We offer a suite of programmes. We would like to offer complimentary workshops to the Grenfell Tower community on financial inclusion, employability, unlocking potential, self-esteem building, confidence and aspirations. We offer sessions for adults and young people age 7+.
We run activities and services across the borough and have worked with a number of organisations within the borough including Westway, NHS, Octavia, Catalyst Housing, Notting Hill Housing, Venture Centre and more. We offer: Access to Holistic Health and Wellbeing services including Mentoring, Therapies Services specifically targeted at people of African and Caribbean Decent Specialise …
The independent Grenfell Recovery Taskforce has been set up as a non-statutory intervention to make sure that the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea council is able to deal with the long-term recovery from the Grenfell Tower fire. [From gov.uk website] Functions and remit of the Taskforce. The Taskforce will support the Council to put …
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 …

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