The Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Mo Marsh will lead representatives from over thirty community organisations in the reading of the names tonight at the Brighton AIDS Memorial. The annual World AIDS Day candlelit vigil will take place in New Steine Gardens in the shadow of the Brighton AIDS Memorial at 6pm when the names of those lost to HIV/Aids over the last 35 years will be read out. Everyone is welcome to attend and space will be available for anyone seeking quiet moments of reflection.
Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) reveals on World AIDS Day (December 1) the extent to which stigma, prejudice and fear still surround HIV. Their YouGov survey of 2,049 people found that 20 per cent of British adults would feel uncomfortable wearing a red ribbon on this day to show support and raise awareness of HIV. Shockingly, over a third (34 per cent) of these respondents said this was because they wouldn’t want other people to think they have HIV or AIDS.
Lunch Positive, the HIV lunch club, marked World AIDS Day 2017 on Friday, December 1, with an extra special lunch club session attended by the Mayor of Brighton Hove, Cllr. Mo Marsh. The Mayor of the City of Brighton & Hove, Cllr Mo Marsh, fifty-four lunch club members, together with the entire volunteer team at Lunch Positive shared friendly social time together over a freshly cooked healthy meal, allowing people to commemorate World AIDS Day, in their own way.
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