Just five families have been permanently re-housed since the disaster
A Candlelit vigil has been held in London to mark 100 days since the Grenfell Tower fire.
Around 100 members of the local community gathered in the shadow of the burnt-out tower to remember loved ones who died in the disaster.
On Wednesday, authorities in the UK said all of the children from a list of missing people compiled by police had been formally identified.
Police now believe slightly fewer people died in the blaze than previously thought.
A total of 67 victims have been formally identified so far.
This evening, mourners carried candles and listened to prayers at a community space created by local residents for those affected by the fire.
The Bishop of Kensington offered a prayer for those who died while locals offered each other comfort.
The Grenfell Response Team yesterday warned that just five families have been permanently re-housed in the nearly three months since the disaster.
According to the figures there were 153 households in hotels, 41 households in temporary accommodation and five households in permanent accommodation.
A further £5.5m (€6.2m) has been made available to those affected. The money is set to be distributed by the London Emergencies Trust.