Around 70 people facing a second night of sleeping rough around the "Jungle" in Calais are being allowed into the camp's church and school, a charity has said.
Volunteers from Help Refugees said they are taking food and blankets to the stranded group, around half of whom are thought to be children.
Earlier on Thursday Home Secretary Amber Rudd reminded French authorities of their duty to "properly protect" children, amid reports youngsters were forced to sleep rough around the smoldering remains of the camp on Wednesday night.
Teenagers gathered at a makeshift church in the Calais 'jungle' just days after authorities declared the operation to clear the camp over.
Those still left after the demolishing of the 'Jungle' camp were seen wrapped in blankets as they prepared to sleep rough.
The UK's French ambassador, Sylvie Bermann said the destruction of the Calais 'Jungle' will encourage refugees to seek asylum in France.