Saturday 19 January 2019

VIDEO: Grandmother came out of retirement to help 'severely traumatized' Grenfell community

A retired grandmother who returned to the NHS to help heal the grieving Grenfell community said she hopes a positive legacy can emerge from the blaze for the next generation.

Fatima Elguenuni, who has worked in children's mental health in north Kensington for years, said she did not want her eight grandchildren to grow up thinking the blaze happened because nobody cared about them. She said even though 'the community is still severely traumatized' she is optimistic that there will be a 'hopeful legacy'.


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