Second Anniversary of the Grenfell Fire Diary of Events

Second Anniversary of the Grenfell Fire Diary of Events

Second Anniversary of the Grenfell Fire Diary of Events

Please find below a list of events taking place to commemorate the second anniversary of the Grenfell Tower Fire. 

Thursday 13th June

St Francis of Assisi Church

  • Mass and Courtyard Ceremony -  7.30pm - 8.15pm at St Francis of Assisi Church, Pottery Lane, W11

Friday 14th June

Methodist Church

  • Open for contemplation and prayer - Midnight - 2 am at The Methodist Church, 240 Lancaster Road, W11

Humanity 4 Grenfell

  • St Helen's Church Remembrance Service (Releasing doves and balloons, then walk to Grenfell to lay a wreath) -  11 am - 12.30pm at St Helen's Gardens, W11

Al-Manaar Centre

  • Specific prayers to take place within the usual Friday prayers - 1.15pm at The Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, 244 Acklam Road, W10

St Clement's Church

  • Short ceremony and 72 Tolls of the bell at 6pm
  • All day prayer vigil - 7am - 6pm - both at St Clement's Church, Treadgold Street, Notting Hill, W11 4BP

Grenfell United

  • Multi-Faith vigil, the junction of Silchester Road and Lancaster Road near the Methodist Church on Lancaster Road, 7pm
  • Silent Walk - speeches will be held on the stage at the end of the walk, 7.45pm, starting outside The Methodist Church
  • A private wreath-laying event for bereaved and survivors, shown on screens on Silchester Road and Kingsdown Place at 6.15pm 
  • An opportunity for the public to lay down flowers etc at the memorial wall by Grenfell Tower at 7pm

Saturday 15th June


  • Solidarity March at 12pm. Assembling at Portland Place, W1A 1AA - The Route Notting Hill Methodist Church • North along Lancaster Road • Left onto Ladbroke Grove • Left onto Cambridge Gardens (possibly Oxford Gardens or Basset Road dependent on numbers in attendance) • Left onto Bramley Road • Left onto Silchester Road returning to Notting Hill Methodist Church

Henry Dickens Centre

  • Making hearts, the symbol of Grenfell. Every Tuesday from 6-8pm or every Saturday from 4-6pm at 104 st. Ann's Road, W11 4DH

Sunday 16th June

Ebony Steel Band

  • Celebrating 50 years on - 1pm - 7pm - on Portobello Green


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