An outpouring of support has come from Croydon residents in the aftermath of the Grenfell fire tragedy.

The disaster, which has so far killed more than 30 people, has seen boroughs around London band together to donate whatever they can to the survivors of the fire.

One such group that took it upon themselves to drum up support was Croydon’s Mohammed Al–Kubati and Sami Ahmed.

They decided to use their store (The Laptops Clinic) in South Croydon as a drop off point for anyone wished to donate. And the donations game flowing in.

“It’s the people of Croydon getting together to help our brothers and sisters in West London,” Mr Al-Kubati said.

“And my line has been going off all day.”

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They haven’t just been waiting for donations to come to them though. They got in their van to collect all they could.

“I’ve had people from all over London and they’re trying to make it down to South Croydon to donate, but we’re going to come to them,” Mr Al-Kubati said.

The group worked tirelessly through the night but eventually could unload the entire van’s worth of donations, much to their delight.

At this time, more donations and another delivery has been planned. The Laptops Clinic address is 20 Selsdon Road, South Croydon.