The Grenfell Assistance Centre which has been offering help and support to those affected by the disaster will move temporarily during the Notting Hill Carnival .
It has been based at The Curve in 10 Bard Road since July 20, when it relocated from Westway Sports and Fitness Centre .
The community assistance centre will now be moved to The Millennium Gloucester Hotel, in Harrington Gardens, Kensington, for four days from Friday August 25 and Monday August 28, to enable families and individuals from Grenfell Tower and Grenfell Walk to continue to access support during the Carnival weekend.
The moves is being made as The Curve is located near the Carnival route and is expected to be congested during the weekend.
The community assistance centre will be based in the Sentosa Suite, a large ground floor space which is fully accessible with a private courtyard patio.
It will be open from 10am to 8pm on each of the four days based at the hotel.
Kensington and Chelsea Council say a shuttle bus service will be in operation between the main hotels housing Grenfell families and the Millennium Gloucester Hotel.
For more information about the shuttle buses, residents can talk to their key workers who will have all the relevant information.
This information will also be provided to the main hotels and reception desks.
Organisers of this year’s Carnival will hold a one-minute’s silence at 3pm on the Bank Holiday Monday in memory of the victims and survivors of the tower block fire, which killed at least 80 people.
The chairman of the London Notting Hill Carnival Enterprise Trust (LNCHET) had previously said the tragedy would “ cast a dark shadow” over this year’s event .
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