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HIV charity to hold Autumn Leaves Fete

Gary Hart August 24, 2016

Mayor of Brighton. Cllr Pete West to attend the Sussex Beacon Autumn Leaves Fete on Saturday, September 24.

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The Mayor will be unveiling a new summer-house paid for by fundraising by local community organisation, Bear-Patrol.

Simon Dowe
Simon Dowe

Simon Dowe CEO The Sussex Beacon, said: “The Sussex Beacon is one of the Mayors charities and I look forward to welcoming the Mayor to our Autumn Leaves Fete. On the day we will have a range of stalls, refreshments and entertainment alongside the opportunity to view our beautiful garden.”

The event is supported by E3 entertainment agency and production company.

The Sussex Beacon offers specialist care and support for people living with HIV. Based in Brighton, which has the highest proportion of people living with HIV outside of London, their centre is open 365 days a year and helps people manage the everyday realities of living with this life-long condition that has no cure.

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