A huge group of people gathered for a silent march on Thursday (September 14) three months after the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The march began in the shadow of Grenfell Tower at 7pm, at Notting Hill Methodist Church, and continued silently for half an hour.
Banners and signs reading "Justice for Grenfell" were held into the air throughout as the group made their way around west London streets.
Then, as the march drew to a close near where it began, candles were lit in memory of the victims of the June 14 blaze.
The sound of applause broke the silence on the Kensington streets as the crowd clapped and chanted "no justice, no peace".
An organiser of the march then spoke to the crowd on a microphone, stating this will be a monthly occurrence.
He said: "Three months ago today, the fire that tore down Grenfell Tower is probably enough to ruin most communities in this country.
"It didn’t do it to us, we haven’t let it do it, we’re three months in now and this is just a sign to show we will never, ever, ever let it go until we feel that those from Grenfell and the surrounding community have the justice that we all deserve."
Three months after the devastating fire, which killed at least 80 people, a public enquiry into the disaster opened.
On Thursday (September 14), Sir Martin Moore-Bick, chairman of the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire, promised those affected by the tragedy that the probe will "provide answers" and "solace".
A minute's silence was held in the packed Grand Connaught Rooms in Holborn, central London before the hearing opened.
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