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Grenfell Tower news and support

KCSC continues to express its deepest sympathy with all those affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire.

We will be posting regular news updates and links to key information on our website together with appropriate links . 

 

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Thu 20/07/2017

See our the directory and Voluntary and Community Organisations can still complete the survey form 

Fri 15/09/2017

The Charity Commission is providing updates on charitable funds raised and distributed in reponse to the Grenfell Tower Fire. 

Thu 07/09/2017

If you are a disabled person and are affected because of the Grenfell Fire, Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea (ADKC) want to hear from you!

Thu 07/09/2017

Details of the formal opening of the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry on Thursday 14th September have now been published on the  grenfelltowerinquiry website.

Fri 01/09/2017

If you are a resident directly affected by the fire and you are here illegally, do not have an outstanding asylum claim or your stay in the UK is about to end, the Home Office can help you.
The Home Office scheme is intended to allow individuals to stay in the UK for up to 12 months.

Fri 01/09/2017

Local community organisations are holding a regular stall at Portobello Market where local residents can drop by, enjoy a free cup of tea and have a chat. Different local organisations will be managing the stall each week to offer support and give up-to-date information on local services and activities.

Fri 01/09/2017

The Metropolitan Police have appointed additional neighbourhood police officers that have been permanently stationed in the Notting Dale Ward to provide extra help to the local community. The officers are working seven days a week to help the community and make sure that the needs of people are met.

Fri 01/09/2017

Families and members of the Lancaster West Estate affected by the Grenfell Tower fire are invited to two drop-in sessions to meet members of the Public Inquiry team to talk about how the process takes place and answer your questions. People can bring interpreters or one can be arranged for them.

Fri 01/09/2017

Anybody in the Grenfell Tower community affected by the recent fire can continue to get benefit-related help, advice and other support from DWP. People affected should get in touch with us either in person at North Kensington jobcentre or by phone on our dedicated phone line.

Thu 17/08/2017

The community assistance centre at The Curve, 10 Bard Road, will temporarily move to The Millennium Gloucester Hotel, 4-18 Harrington Gardens, SW7 4LH during Notting Hill Carnival weekend, Friday 25 to Monday 28 August inclusive, to enable residents to continue to access support.

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