A silent vigil will make its way through Notting Hill on Monday (August 14) to mark the two-month anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Organisers of the event say the vigil will take place on the 14th of every month to remember those who died on the fire.
Flames broke out at Grenfell Tower in the early hours of the morning on June 14, spreading quickly around the 24-storey building via the building’s cladding and claiming the lives of at least 80 people, according to official figures.
Organisers of the sombre event say: “A silent and peaceful march to take place on the 14th of every month.
"This is to pay respect to those who are no longer with us.
“This is also a movement to ensure we get Justice4Grenfell.
“The silence can speak a thousand words. We are more powerful together.”
At 11am on Monday, nearly 1,000 people had replied to the event on Facebook to say they would be attend the march, while a further 3,500 are interested.
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