Local support for Grenfell tragedy

on 16 June 2017.

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As the fatalities mount following the horrific blaze at Grenfell Tower in West London, the survivors are in desperate need, their homes and possessions totally destroyed by the fire. Many of them have only what they were wearing in bed. Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton described the 24 storey blaze as 'an unprecedented incident, in my 29 years with the Fire Service I have never seen anything on this scale.' Over 40 fire engines and 200 firefighters

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worked around the clock to douse the flames and fatalities are expected to rise as fire crews continue with their gruesome recovery task.

At TOWNSITE we have picked up on the local interest expressed in helping victims and we would also like to assist in any way needed.

Donations of goods

Having spoken to various agencies and as is well documented in the press supplies of goods are now adequate and many agencies are unable to take more. This will be updated next week and some local people remain ready to

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organise collection and delivery of anything needed. Peter Stirland Ford have very kindly offered use of their hire van to transport anything donated as and when agencies might require it.

TOWNSITE are currently researching the possibility of furniture donations and are in touch with a local furniture project, we will publish updates as soon as we have any.

Should any individuals or organisations locally have more information, require publicity or would like use of the Peter Stirland van to transport anything please call on 01488 680900 and we will do anything we can to assist.

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Some ways to donate:

Just Giving
Kensington and Chelsea 
British Red Cross
The Big Give

New community website:

Grenfell Support Website

 

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