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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 …
DCH’s manifesto includes: Protect existing secure tenancies and low rents Stop the robbery – reinvest all rents and receipts into council housing Funding at level of need so every council can deliver and maintain decent homes and estates Fund the backlog of capital works Resources to increase the energy efficiency of all council housing Protect …
An anthology of short stories in aid of Grenfell Tower and Trauma Response Network. On the night of 14th June 2017, a fire engulfed the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in west London, killing at least 87 people and injuring many more. An entire community was destroyed. For many people affected by this tragedy, the psychological scars …
Motive8 Learning provides outstanding tuition in maths, English and science from KS2 right through to A level. By providing tuition at a heavily subsidised price, Motive8 aspires to provide quality teaching for the most marginalised young people in the community.
Age 8-13 and interested in drama? Join us for our Far Far Away workshops at SPID Theatre. These drop in workshops are FREE weekly drama sessions for young people aged 8-13, where they get to explore different drama skills outside of their here and now. The workshops take place every Tuesday from 4:45 – 6:15 …
We are currently supporting few victims of Grenfell Disaster to recover and rebuild their lives again after the devastating tragedy. We are also running regular workshops for victims of Grenfell and neighbours from surrounding areas to participate and weekly youth club for young girls from Grenfell and surrounding areas.
We offer free and confidential support in a safe environment. If your drug or alcohol issues have increased, maybe as a result of the tragedy, or if you have relapsed after a period of recovery we are here for you.
Working with local football foundations, we offer a four month ‘pre apprenticeship’ programme to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. In West London, this is run in partnership with Chelsea Football Foundation. This course aims to provide employability training and coaching, alongside study in a local college to achieve AAT qualifications. We introduce all young people …
A membership organisation of practitioners whose paid role (mostly working for local authorities) is to help bring empty property into use for housing. Promotes best practice an argues for changes of policy around empty homes.
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