16 11, 2019

16 November 2019

The non-profit Orchestra della Speranza (Orchestra of Hope), tenor Pierfilippo Niero and Angela Gonella’s Academy Danza honour the first anniversary of Grenfellove in the Romano Pascutto theatre in San Stino di Livenza (metropolitan city of Venice), where donations are collected to finance a Snoezelen  multisensory room in the same town

29 10, 2019

29 October 2019

An exhibition about Tel Aviv, with Grenfellove among its patrons, is held in the Trecento (the three hundred city-council’s members) palace in Treviso to honour the first centennial of Bauhas (the German art, architecture and design school), having strongly influenced the Israeli town building style in the ‘930s.

26 10, 2019

26 October 2019

Grenfellove is awarded a special prize in the framework of the 1 st Town-of-Carrara Anita-Fiaschi Literary Prize.

19 10, 2019

19 October 2019

“Prev.in.tour Treviso”, a safety-devoted day, is held for raising professionals’ knowledge and citizens’ awareness, with the Treviso-province Engineers’ professional association of the province of Treviso as the main organizers and Marco’s parents as special guests.

18 10, 2019

18 October 2019

Antonio Polito’ s article “Storia di quattro genitori risorti, in nome di due vittime della Grenfell” (The story of four parents who have come back to life, in the name of two Grenfell victims) is published on “7”, the Corriere della Sera weekly publication.

9 10, 2019

9 October 2019

A very wide audience and top-level lecturers mark the international workshop “La sicurezza antincendio negli alti fabbricati. Esperienze a confronto” (Fire prevention in high buildings. Know-how compared), in Turin, dealing with regulations, experiences, criticalities and including Neil Gibbins’ prestigious  contribution on the Grenfell Tower event and English standards.

7 10, 2019

7 October 2019

Grenfellove is granted the Giuseppe Toniolo prize (action and & witnesses section) in Pieve di Soligo (Treviso province of Treviso) during a widely-attended ceremony chaired by Marco Zabotti, the vice president and scientific director of the diocesan institute named after the Catholic-Church consecrated Toniolo. The award is expressly motivated by