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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.

You can access the online version of the Grenfell Directory here

 

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Thu 20/07/2017

The online edition of the Grenfell Services Directory is now available

Tue 07/11/2017

This past week has seen a flurry of reports, statements and newspaper articles relating to the Government’s Taskforce Report into the Council’s response in the months since the Grenfell

Fri 13/10/2017

On Tuesday 27 September 2017 around 70 people from across the voluntary and community and social enterprise sector including staff, volunteers and trustees came together with KCSC.
 

Fri 29/09/2017

London Funders have announced the grants they have made through their infrastructure and Anchor Core Costs Fund

Thu 28/09/2017

The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation announced that as of today, £4.44 million has been paid out to help the survivors of the Grenfell Tower tragedy and to the next of kin of those who lost their lives. 

Wed 27/09/2017

People are invited to attend the next Council meeting, taking place on Wednesday 27 September from 6.30pm at Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, W8 7NX, which will be focused on the Grenfell response.

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.

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