One of the three Plymouth tower blocks found to have cladding similar to that implicated in the Grenfell Tower blaze was evacuated.Read the full story ›
Survivors of London's Grenfell Tower fire are being given handmade quilts from people across the West Country.Read the full story ›
Cornwall Hugs Grenfell is appealing for more help from local businesses to accommodate families coming in October.Read the full story ›
62 guests visited Falmouth last week on a holiday organised by the Cornwall Hugs Grenfell project.Read the full story ›
The fire service in Penzance have held a charity ladder climb to raise money for the firefighters who tackled the Grenfell Tower fire.Read the full story ›
A campaign to give free Cornish holidays to families affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy says they need still help with transport.Read the full story ›
Charlton Nursery has announced fundraising activity to raise money for Grenfell Nursery, which was destroyed in the Grenfell Tower fire.Read the full story ›
University accommodation in Bristol has failed fire safety tests carried out after the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Cladding on Waverley House in the city centre does not meet government guidelines on combustibility.
The building, which is currently unoccupied, is owned by Unite Students.
A spokeswoman said the company was committed to making its properties as safe as possible.
People in Cornwall are offering holidays to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower fireRead the full story ›
As the cladding on three tower blocks in Devonport is removedafter receiving the worst rating under new fire safety guidelines, ITV West Country's Richard Lawrence looks back at why it was put up and how it marked a transformation in the area, which had suffered years of decline.