Childline advises Grenfell survivors to use their services

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Childline advises Grenfell survivors to use their services

Children residing in Grenfell Tower and those living nearby who witnessed the fire may still be struggling with feelings of trauma.

The borough of Kensington and Chelsea have been working with the NSPCC in local schools to  remind children there is someone to speak to if they need it.

We spoke to Alex Gray who is a project manager at Childline. 

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