Local NHS event for those affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire – Thurs. 30th Nov.
28 November, 2017
The local NHS is holding an event to further its support to those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
We are inviting residents to drop in with neighbours and friends for a chat and some hot food and drink.
We will provide a safe, protected space for people to receive support and information from NHS professionals and other local community organisations.
At the event you can take part in breathing exercises, have a relaxing chair massage, learn everyday coping skills and find out more about local health services.
The flu jab, which is now free to everyone affected by the Grenfell Tower fire will also be available.
Speaking about the events, local GP Dr Oisín Brannick said, “We are looking forward to meeting local residents again. Having conversations about how they are feeling and what is important to them will help shape our work going forward. I recommend people come along if they can.”
Following on from the first event on Monday (27th) there will be one more taking place on Thursday 30 November, 5.30pm to 8pm at Henry Dickens Centre 104 St. Anns Rd, London W11 4BU For more information visit www.grenfell.nhs.uk