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Grenefell Tower child survivors to give alternative Christmas message.

Grenefell Tower child survivors to give alternative Christmas message.

Five children who survived the Grenfell Tower fire will deliver this year's alternative Christmas message.

The message, broadcast on Channel 4 on Christmas Day, will urge people to "love and cherish" their families.

The children, aged between seven and 12, will also speak about the importance of having a home and their experiences on the night of the fire.

Children who survived the tragedy also took part in a service at St Paul's to mark six months since the fire.

Last year, the alternative Christmas message was given by Brendan Cox, the widower of the MP Jo Cox, who was murdered during the EU referendum campaign.

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