The Grenfell Community Assembly is a forum that gives the Grenfell community the opportunity to come together and discuss the issues that matter to them.
It offers a chance for residents to take part in real conversations and honest exchanges of views for everyone involved in the process.
Meetings focus on different themes each time, depending on what residents want to discuss.
The Grenfell Community Assembly met for the first time in September 2019. You can find details of all Grenfell Assemblies on this page.
The next Grenfell Assembly focusing on the Grenfell Projects Fund will be held:
- Wednesday 18 November from 6pm to 7.30pm
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, we’re unable to hold a face-to-face meeting but you’ll be able to access the discussion online via Zoom. There’s no need to register, you can join on the night.
The Assembly will be opened by Cllr Anne Cyron, Lead Member for Communities, who will give an overview of the Grenfell Projects Fund. There will also be the opportunity to view a short film showcasing the Grenfell Projects Fund Decision Days.
We also want to hear community views on the Grenfell Projects Fund, how residents and groups feel it could improve, and how we can ensure all groups and individuals feel supported and able to apply.
Grenfell Community Assembly on Environmental issues - Thursday 23 January 2020
Read the meeting notes from the Grenfell Community Assembly which was held on Thursday 23 January at The Curve Community Centre.
Grenfell Community Assembly on Health and Wellbeing – Tuesday 24 September 2019
Read about residents discussions that took place at the first Grenfell Assembly held at Avondale Park School. The Assembly touched upon mental health, children and young people’s health, primary care and local GP services, self-care and prevention, respiratory, soil and air, long-term health monitoring.
Read the actions list for the Council and NHS arising from the September Assembly.