He told the Press Association: "It was emotional, of course, but it felt good because everyone around is your community, they're friends that you know, so it didn't feel uncomfortable or unusual, everyone just wanted to hug or say hello".
On Thursday, there were an estimated 5,000 people in attendance for the one-year anniversary, many of whom quietly wiped away tears and held each other as they moved.
A few days ahead of the anniversary, the Bishop of London opened a memorial garden in the grounds of St Clement's Church, Notting Dale, which stands in the shadow of Grenfell Tower.
"In addition, I recently welcomed Dame Judith Hackitt's final, comprehensive report following her Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety".
But the London Fire Brigade told residents to "stay put" - standard procedure in high-rise fires - for almost two hours, despite the fire reaching the roof within around half an hour. Survivors and relatives of those who died have already given evidence to commemorate their loved ones.
Christoph Mayr, 32, said: "We're on the top floor and woke up because there was shouting outside, so went out on the balcony, and people in the building opposite were screaming, "fire, fire".
Salman Khan: Worst Bollywood actor! Proof is here
The film went on to have a smashing Eid , raking in Rs 38.17 crore, taking its total collection so far to Rs 67.31 crore. Salman replaces Saif Ali Khan in the film and fans are coming in hordes to watch the action-thriller flick.
Kerry O'Hara, a survivor from the sixth floor, told AFP: "I was glad that I didn't follow that advice and I just hate to think what would've happened if I'd stayed put".
Adele thanking the firefighters of Chelsea Fire Station for their efforts during the Grenfell Tower blaze.
Residents argue the wealthy borough neglected the less affluent northern section that is home to Grenfell and surrounding public housing.
Speaking in parliament, May defended her government's actions.
It was a moment of reflection for survivors, emergency services and others from the community.
Theresa May is planning to observe the minute's silence with staff in her office at 10 Downing Street, her spokesman said.
Queen Elizabeth and her new granddaughter-in-law Meghan, out together on an official visit to Chester in northwest England, were among those who observed a national silence in honor of the victims at mid-day.
"It's a really bittersweet thing", said Brade of Justice4Grenfell.
He was serenaded with "Happy Birthday" at almost every green, and even after four consecutive bogeys the fans were supportive. Others called foul. "I would have lobbied for a disqualification", said David Fay, a former executive director of the USGA.
The key to the match in the first half was based on their left flank, and we were very slow on the ball. Messi failed to give his team the lead when his 64th-minute penalty was stopped by Hannes Halldorsson.
It is the latest retailer to shut stores amid hard conditions on the high street and a long-term shift to online shopping. Michelle Byrne, area organiser of the shop workers' union Usdaw, said the move was a "real shock for staff".
Saturday through Monday , highs are expected to reach the 90s, with Father's Day Sunday being the hottest day of the stretch. It's reasonably likely that Washington will hit 90, and humidity levels will be noticeably higher than previous days.
Iceland , meanwhile, have already made history by becoming the smallest nation to qualify for the World Cup . We now take a look at 5 key players who will play a vital role in Saturday's David and Goliath encounter.
Neymar, the world's most expensive player, has recovered from a broken bone in his foot in time for the tournament. Aziz Bouhaddouz of Morocco scored an own goal (95') deep into stoppage time to give Iran the win.
People with "religious affilications" live four years longer than people who agnostic of atheistic, a new study has found. A second study examined 1,096 obituaries from 42 major cities that were published between August 2010 and August 2011.
Rohrer, 35, was with the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office for 17 years and King, 44, was a 14-year veteran. Lyon County Undersheriff John Koelsch says inmate transfer situations carry an inherent danger.
The researchers looked at the three major Antarctic areas: East Antarctica, West Antarctica and the Antarctic Peninsula. Worryingly, the paper demonstrates that the rate of ice loss has tripled in recent times .
Bourdain, 61, took his own life last week in France while working on an upcoming episode of his award-winning CNN series. The network confirmed Bourdain's death on Friday in a statement to Us, honoring his "love of great adventure".
Messi misses penalty as Iceland hold Argentina to draw
Although there was no missed penalty, Portugal could only muster a 1-1 draw and Ronaldo failed to score from 10 shots on goal . This was the first game in Group D, which looks even more evenly balanced now than it did at kickoff.
Beyonce and Jay-Z release new joint album
Jay-Z and Beyoncé dedicated a song from their "On The Run 2" tour stop in London to the victims of the Grenfell Tower Fire Friday. The project, titled " Everything Is Love ", is widely expected to be a follow-up to Beyoncé's 2016 visual album " Lemonade ".
Dovish Draghi helps lift European stocks to June highs
But he injected a note of caution by making the step "subject to incoming data confirming our medium-term inflation outlook". Price growth surged to 1.9 percent in May, with higher oil prices the biggest factor lifting it to the ECB's target.
Navarro apologizes for harsh comment about Canada PM
Now that the Singapore summit has concluded, perhaps the White House will walk back most of the venom aimed at Trudeau. He said he made clear to Freeland that Democrats have a "totally different view than President Trump " about Trudeau.
Britain's Rolls-Royce to cut 4,600 jobs
Rolls-Royce has traditionally operated a large corporate centre with overlapping activities between individual business units. Overall, Rolls has 55,000 employees worldwide, of whom 26,000 are in the United Kingdom , with 15,700 of those in Derby.
Harvard, Asian-Americans group spar over data in bias case
The suit , brought by Students for Fair Admissions, says Harvard imposes what is in effect a soft quota of "racial balancing". Friday's court filings followed a battle over a trove of Harvard data reviewed by lawyers earlier in the lawsuit.