first_imgTwo Christmas trees, outside the start of the march at Notting Hill Methodist Church, were a poignant reminder of the those not able to join in this years festivities.Along the route loved ones had placed photos of their relatives surrounded by Christmas lights. Firemen also paid their respects A green glow was cast across the streets surrounding Grenfell as hundreds marched to remember their loved ones.Dozens of green candles, the colour which has come to symbolise the tragedy, flickered among the mass of mourners as they snaked their way through the streets in silence in memory of those lost.Noha Elbaghdady, 41, clutched a wreath of white flowers intertwined with fairy lights in her arms, resting on top a picture of her lost loved one. Her brother Hesham Rahman, 57, was lost in the tragedy.”This march is so important to us to keep them all alive,” she said.”It’s six months since and we need to keep their memories alive and remind people what happened. The families are still grieving. Everyday we are living a nightmare. All we want is justice for these beautiful souls.”We will continue to come here until we get justice.”People carried large greens hearts aloft their heads with “Peace” and “Truth” written inside. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. One woman told the Telegraph she had lost her mother and sister, she said: “We are here tonight because this can never happen again. My sister did not die for no reason. She was let down but we will keep coming so no one else will be.” Firemen also paid their respectsCredit:PAUL GROVER/Telegraphcenter_img Hundreds of mourners hit the streets this evening The silent walk for #Grenfell sets off again #Justice4Grenfell— Matt Wrack (@MattWrack) December 14, 2017 At 7pm the march began and a sea of placards stretched for hundreds of yards. There was just an eerie silence as the police closed the roads to all traffic.People watched from windows as the hundreds of marchers came past holding white roses. Yellow ribbons and croquet flowers adorned the trees, benches and cycle stands along the way. White roses rested gently on top of tributes along the route.Firefighters lined up along Ladbroke Grove as the marchers silently walked past, some stopped to greet them others shared knowing glances of the haunting scenes they all witnessed that fateful night. Parents pushed their children, grandparents braved the cold as residents young and old came out to mark the anniversary. Hundreds of mourners hit the streets this eveningCredit:Paul Grover/Telegraphlast_img

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