Directory of services
The North Kensington Recovery Programme has today published a directory of services to help support communities affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
Responding to residents’ requests for more information about available resources, the directory lists a wide range of organisations offering support, from help for people or families with disabilities, counselling services and dementia support to faith groups and organisations providing legal advice.
Further services will be added to the directory shortly and more signposting information is soon to arrive via a healthcare app designed especially for the people in North Kensington. This digital tool will be available in the autumn.
The North Kensington Recovery Programme is part of West London Clinical Commissioning Group. It is committed to the health and wellbeing of its residents and to the delivery of services that are safe, effective, caring, responsive and well lead.
Summer activities for children
Summer in the City is your guide to the huge range of events and activities taking place for children, young people and their families this summer across Kensington and Chelsea and neighbouring boroughs.
There are over 1000 events for you to get involved with, including outdoor activities, bake-offs, arts and crafts, beatboxing, the Summer Reading Challenge, free cycling tours, nature trails, costume making, graffiti art, photography and so much more.
The events taking place in Kensington and Chelsea this summer can be found in the Summer in the City flyer which is available on the Grenfell Support Website.
To see all the events taking place in all three boroughs, visit the Summer in the City events page.
Grenfell Inquiry support leaflet published
The Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service, alongside Hestia, have published an information leaflet to help people involved with the Grenfell Inquiry to cope with emotional fatigue. The leaflet is available in English, Farsi and Arabic.
The Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service and Hestia are available all day at the inquiry. Support is also available online on the Grenfell Wellbeing website where you cans self-refer or call 020 8637 6279.