Cornwall Hugs Grenfell: Holiday enquiry for Grenfell Tower Residents
Sadly, all our available holidays for this year are now fully booked and we have CLOSED registration.

Going forward
Cornwall Hugs Grenfell was set up in the wake of the fire, to offer respite holidays to those affected by Grenfell and was intended to run until 2019. It has been our joy and privilege to organise over 480 holidays for survivors, the bereaved, the displaced, some support workers and firefighters. We’re a tiny charity and most of the holidays have been made possible through accommodation, transport and activities gifted by Cornish businesses and individuals. We are enormously grateful to all those who have supported us in this work.

This Winter we will be reviewing our resource and local support levels to determine whether we are able to offer any holidays in the future. If we do, we will communicate this via Grenfell United.

In the meantime, there are other, non-Grenfell charities who support people with holidays and we hope you may find an organisation that could help via the Family Holiday Association.

We are very sorry we are not able to offer you a holiday and wish you all the very best.

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Are you happy for us to share your email with hand-picked holiday property owners once we have made a match with dates?
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Where are you currently staying?
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What was your exact address before the fire? Please indicate floor, flat etc.
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What ID document would you be happy to provide? This needs to show your address and is necessary to ensure holidays reach the right people. The sooner you can scan or photo this proof and send to contact@cornwallhugsgrenfell.org the sooner we can find you a holiday. Thank you.
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