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 will be held approximately eight weeks in North Kensington and will focus on different themes each time, depending on what residents want to discuss.
The new Grenfell Community Assembly met for the first time in September. Over 40 residents were joined by councillors, local community groups and service providers to discuss health and wellbeing.
The details of the next Grenfell Community Assembly will be published shortly.
Grenfell Community Assembly on Environmental issues - Thursday 23 January 2020
Read about discussions that took place at the second Grenfell Assembly held at The Curve Community Centre. Residents discussed a variety of topics including air quality, soil, sustainable transport, climate change, recycling and waste and parks and open spaces.
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.