Please find below a list of community events to mark one year since the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.
There will be a nationwide one minute silence at 12pm on the 14th June.
For more information visit the Kensington & Chelsea Social Council website.
St Clement’s Garden of Peace and Healing
Sunday 10th June, 10.30amFollowing the Parish Mass, the dedication of the new garden by the Bishop of London and Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, will be at 11.45 am.
Followed by refreshments in the Sirdar Road garden.
St Clement’s Church Evening Vigil
Monday 11th, 7.30pm
St Clement’s Church 24 Hour Grenfell Vigil
From Wednesday 13th, 6pm
A 24 hour vigil will be held to mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell fire, from 6pm on the evening before the fire began. Prayers will be said at 1.30am. The vigil will continue throughout 14th June, concluding with a Eucharist at 5pm. Find out more.
Those who wish will then join the Silent March from nearby Notting Hill Methodist church on Lancaster Road, which will leave shortly after 6.00 pm.
Mass at St Francis of Assisi Church
Wednesday 13th, 7.30pm
St Helen’s Church Anniversary Memorial Service
Thursday 14th, 11am
Public unveiling of a community mosaic
Thursday 14th, Maxilla Gardens, 11.30am
Remembering Grenfell at St Philips Church
Thursday 14th, 12.30pm Eucharist
St. Philips Church will be open for prayer all day on the 14th June, and at 12.30pm, a Eurcharist will be offered in memory of those who died and with prayers for those affected by the fire.
Remembering Together at Kensington Memorial Park
Thursday 14th, 7pm
Special Prayers and Remembrance at Al Manaar Muslic Cultural Heritage Centre
Thursday 14th, 8.45pm
Community Together at Avondale Park
Saturday 16th, 12pm to 6pm
Grenfell Unity Fun Day at Kensington Memorial Park
Saturday 16th, 12pm to 6pm
Community Cream Team at Latymer Community Church
Saturday 16th, 3pm to 5pm
There are a number of places open over the anniversary, where you can call in to spend time, be around other people, or have a chat over a cup of tea.
Clement James Centre, will be open as usual from 9.30am to 6pm on the 14th and 15th June.
The Samaritans will be based at the Clement James Centre, offering support on the 13th and 14th.
The Dalgarno Trust drop-in. A quiet and comfortable space to be around other residents. 9am to 5pm throughout the week.
The Curve will have quiet places available over the anniversary. Open 10am to 8pm on 14th and 15th June and 11am to 6pm on Saturday 16th June. The centre will have extended opening hours on the Thursday 13th June with Iftar from 8pm to 11pm.
- Visit your GP. If you are not registered with a GP, you can do this in person at your nearest practice, do this online at www.nhs.uk, or speak to the NHS outreach team.
- For urgent emotional health and wellbeing support call 0800 0234 650. Lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Contact the NHS outreach team – the outreach team is working locally and can visit you in your own home. To arrange a visit, ring 020 8962 4393.
- Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service – offers support to people if they feel traumatised, anxious, stressed, worried or are unable to sleep. You can self-refer online at www.grenfellwellbeing.com or ring 020 8637 6279, or email firstname.lastname@example.org