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Nearly three weeks on and London is still reeling from the horrific events at Grenfell Tower.
In the face of such tragedy, people are joining together to show their gratitude to firefighters across the city.
London Fire Brigade have been receiving gift hampers from a group of Muslim mothers in London.
The group, Love4Legends, are giving the gifts to show thanks for "the heroes in our community."
@LondonFire We really value the work the Brigade do! It's high time the government acknowledge the sacrifices you m… https://t.co/vitxj8hfYv — #Love4Legends 💝🚒 (@#Love4Legends 💝🚒)
Thank you so much to Muslim mums group @Love4Legends who have given a hamper to all of our fire stations following… https://t.co/Y3aPv8Gcze — London Fire Brigade (@London Fire Brigade)
@LondonFire @scotfire_glasgo @Love4Legends That is what true community spirit is about...appreciation — Dawn Whittaker (She/her) 🚒 (@Dawn Whittaker (She/her) 🚒)
The Government pledged on Sunday that no-one will be prosecuted for illegally subletting a Grenfell Tower flat.
Work is ongoing to identify victims of the disaster, in which at least 80 people are thought to have died.
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