Young children who survived the Grenfell Tower devastating fire a few months ago age between 7 and 12 speaks about the importance of family in a broadcast that will air on Christmas Day in the UK. Watch a preview of the Christmas message below.
Five children who escaped from Grenfell Tower will deliver a three-minute Christmas Day message about what the holiday means to them, it has been revealed.
The young survivors will speak of the impact and share their memories of the tragic fire last June, in which 71 people died and hundreds of families were made homeless, in Channel 4’s alternative Christmas message.
The broadcast is intended as an alternative to the Queen’s Christmas message aired on the BBC.
Families left homeless by the Grenfell Tower fire have recorded their messages of hope for next year pic.twitter.com/dYwXr8rBbo
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