The London Eye Goes Green In Remembrance Of The Grenfell Tower Fire


Tomorrow (Friday 14th June) the London Eye will be illuminated in green to mark the seventh anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire.
On June 14, 2017, the Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington claimed the lives of 72 people and devastated the community. The anniversary holds profound significance and represents an opportunity for reflection, remembrance, and solidarity with those affected.

From sunset on Friday, the London Eye will be lighting up the London skyline green to mark the anniversary of the disaster.

Steve Blackburn, Senior General Manager of the London Eye, said: “As a symbol of London, we are proud to be lighting green to commemorate those affected by the Grenfell fire. We stand in solidarity with the Grenfell community, and alongside other Londoners, will continue to remember those who lost their lives during the horrific fire.”