Nemesis Gym and Nikolas Patrick Pawnbrokers have become the latest drop-off points for residents in Dartford and Bexleyheath to help victims of the tower block fire.

The number of confirmed deaths from the fatal blaze that engulfed Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, west London, has risen to 17.

Emergency services still expect the death toll to rise, some estimating it to rise above 100.

The address for donations to be made at Nicholas Patrick Pawnbrokers to be delivered is 228 Broadway, Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 7AU.

For Nemesis Gym, the address is Unit 35 Erith Riverside Shopping Centre, Erith, Kent, DA8 1RB.

In Bromley, donations can be delivered to 25 Chislehurst High Street, BR7 5AE.

Since the incident that has left hundreds of residents needing treatment and still being unaccounted for, Prime Minister Theresa May has called for a full public inquiry into the tragic incident.

She said that it was needed to ensure that “this terrible tragedy is properly investigated”.

She added: “We owe that to the families, to the people who have lost loved ones and the homes in which they lived.”

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said that “the truth has got to come out”, after visiting those affected at St Clement’s Church today. 

London mayor Sadiq Khan said: “The full scale of the tragedy is becoming clear and there are pressing questions, which demand urgent answers.”

The new drop-off points add to several others that have been provided by local sports clubs and organisations in the last day or so.

Further afield, Fulham Football Club is collecting donations at the home and training grounds, Craven Cottage and Motspur Park, for victims of the fire.

The Stoop in Twickenham, home to Harlequins Rugby Club, are also collecting donations from the public.

Lantern Methodist Church on Worple Road in Raynes Park, will continue to collect donations for the next few days between 9am and 5pm.

In Sutton, Hype Fitness are collecting donation on 8-82 Lind RD, Sutton, SM1 4PL.

Laura Brown, a student at London Metropolitan University, has set up a JustGiving page help raise £100,000 for those that tragically lost their homes and families in the fire.

So far, nearly £4,000 has been raised in just over a day. You can donate here