Today marks two years since the devastating fire at the Grenfell Tower block in North Kensington, West London.

Today and over the weekend, the wider community will come together resilient, as they did on 14 June 2017, and commemorate those who tragically lost their lives.

Today and every day our thoughts are with the bereaved, survivors, the local community and everyone affected by what happened at Grenfell Tower.

A 72 second silence will be held today, 14 June, at midday.

More information on community events happening today and this weekend can be found here.

If you have been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire and are in need of support, please contact Care For Grenfell on 020 7745 6414.

If you need urgent help, you can contact the NHS or The Samaritans:

  • NHS mental health services can be contacted at any time of day or night; the 24/7 phone number is: 0800 0234 650.

  • This service provides urgent support over the phone and can help you access mental health services in the borough, and will give priority to anyone affected by Grenfell.

  • Samaritans can be contracted for free, confidential support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can contact them by phone on 116 123 (this is free all the time from any phone – even a mobile or hotel phone) or via email on [email protected]