Motspur Park is now a drop-off point for south Londoners to donate items to victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Fulham FC is coordinating donations for those left homeless after a fire tore through the block of flats in North Kensington on Wednesday morning.

London Fire Brigade was called to the blaze at Grenfell Tower, which has claimed at least 17 lives, just after 1am.

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Firefighters rescued "large numbers", but London Mayor Sadiq Khan said "a lot" of people were unaccounted for.

More than 50 people are being treated in hospital, London Ambulance Service said.

Donations of clothing, toiletries, children’s toys, or baby items can all be dropped off at the training ground reception.

Craven Cottage is also being used as a donation point to provide victims with basic items.

In Epsom and Ewell, donations can be dropped off at 14 Hogsmill Way, Ewell.

Anthony Burdett, who runs The Big Warm Up project, will be organising a drop-off for this evening.

In Sutton, donations can be delivered to Hype Fitness on 8-82 Lind RD, Sutton, SM1 4PL. 

Harlequins Rugby Club will also be collecting donations at their home ground, The Stoop, in Twickenham.

Donations are also being collected at Lantern Methodist Church in Worple Road, Raynes Park, between 9am and 5pm for the next few days. Drop anything off at the coffee shop.