10 Bard Road, W10 6TP
The Curve Community Centre is here to provide a safe, welcoming space where families and individuals affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy can access the services they need, no matter what stage of their journey they are at. This includes information and advice on key workers or housing, emotional and wellbeing support and community-based activities.
We have 10 confidential rooms where people can access the support they need, whether for meetings or talking and complimentary therapies. We also have a ground floor comfort area with a kitchen.
We regularly spend time talking to our residents so that we can be better informed and provide them with what they need whether through formal consultation or via our new outreach approach. Much of this is led by our centre managers, three of whom were formally community volunteers supporting the residents since the tragedy
We want the Curve to be a central part of the North Kensington community for as long as it’s needed, helping and supporting the residents to rebuild their lives.
The Curve is open to all, and has services including:
- Royal Mail
- Keyworkers and the Care for Grenfell service
- The Home Office (for passports and immigration)
- Citizens Advice Bureau
- The Grenfell Muslim Response Unit (see below)
- A crèche facility
- A communal area with a newly installed kitchen for socialising with
other members of the community
- A place to meet with volunteers and others to hold key meetings
- Family and group activities/events
- Coffee mornings
Community volunteers are present to carry on their crucial work of supporting those affected in every way possible.
Opening Hours: Mon–Fri (10am–8pm), Sat–Sun (11am-6pm)
Call: 020 7221 9836
The Curve is establishing an independent Board of Governors and Residents Steering Group that will ensure the Curve is as accountable to the community as it is to RBKC.