A national memorial service for Grenfell survivors will take place at St Paul’s Cathedral at 11am on 14 December 2017. St Paul’s say the service will focus on remembering those who lost their lives, on providing messages of support for the bereaved, and on offering strength and hope for the future, for those of all faiths and none.
Survivors of the fire will be contacted by the key worker about how to get tickets, and can get up to two tickets each.
Additionally, residents from Grenfell Walk, Barandon Walk, Testerton Walk, Hurstway Walk and Treadgold House can apply for up to two tickets each. Tickets can be booked between 29 November and 1 December. Those wishing to apply should attend the Clement James Centre, Al Manaar, or the Rugby Portobello Trust, with photo ID and proof of address, before 1 December. Where two tickets are being applied for, both individuals must attend in person with the necessary documentation.
More information about how residents can get tickets can be found here. The service will also be shown live on BBC1.