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Notting Hill Carnival Goes Green For Grenfell

Every year the streets of Notting Hill are graced with huge sound systems, good vibes and PLENTY of colour. But this year the community along with high profile celebs and public figures will be going green in support of those deeply affected by the devastating Grenfell Tower fire.

 

 

Stars such as Lily Allen, Akala, Professor Green, Wiley and Diane Abbot MP have all been championing the movement for this bank holiday Sunday and Monday (27th & 28th August) which asks all Notting Hill Carnival attendees to wear something green as a sign of empathy and acknowledgement of the lives taken and affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.

 

Survivors of the fire have also asked for carnival goers to respect and be sensitive around the Lancaster West housing estate, which is located near Grenfell Tower. In addition there will also be a seperate quiet reflection zone on the carnival procession route for anyone to visit who wishes to have a moment of reflection.

 

 

In conjunction with the zones, a minutes silence will also fall over the carnival at 3pm on both days of the festival and across London. The Beat London will also be interrupting all broadcasts at 3pm also for a minutes silence, in solidarity of #GreenForGrenfell and the families and survivors of the Grenfell Tower Fire.

 

So whether it be green t-shirts, jumpsuits, shorts, trainers, socks, bandanas, hair, flags, hats - support #GreenForGrenfell at this year's Notting Hill Carnival.

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