The Maxilla memorial and healing space, incorporating the ‘Wall of Truth’, is a space created by and for members of the community in response to the great suffering after the fire at Grenfell Tower on 14 June 2017.
Sitting underneath the Westway flyover and in direct line of site to nearby Grenfell Tower, the space has been a site of healing and memorial services since the days immediately after the tragedy. Today, the space incorporates community art, a Hope Garden and the Wall of Truth.
As custodians of this land on behalf of our community, Westway Trust is committed to ensuring the space is respected, safe and accessible for everyone in our community.
To apply for a license to use this open space for a community event, please complete this application form. You will be required to upload a copy of your organisation's current Public Liability Insurance, and Event Plan, a risk assessment for the event, and (if applicable) a Temporary Event Notice issued by RBKC.
If you require assistance in completing this online application, please contact our team.
Please note that local residents have asked not to permit filming related to the Grenfell Tower fire on the Westway estate, including around the Wall of Truth, unless under very particular circumstances and where the project is community-led, for memorial and healing purposes. If would like to make a request please contact us at least two-weeks in advance to discuss using this form.