The Ribbon Walk Brighton, organised by HIV/sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust, yesterday raised over £8,000 and saw people come together in the fight against HIV.
The 10K Ribbon Walk, which started and finished at Charles Street Tap, was a show of support for people living with HIV and an opportunity to remember those we have lost. After the event, walkers were treated to a spot of cabaret from the sensational Dolly Diamond, who also cut the ribbon at the start of the walk.
Alan Bonner, who raised a whopping £305, said on Facebook: “Massive love and thanks to all who donated and took part in the 10K Ribbon Walk for THT yesterday. The first one to be done in Brighton.
“£8,000 was raised of which I managed to raise £305 for THT, which is amazing! Thanks for all your kindness and generosity. We met some bloody lovely folk as well.” To donate, CLICK HERE
Ribbon Walk Brighton was the first Ribbon Walk to take place this month. Ribbon Walk Glasgow takes place on Sunday, April 10; Ribbon Walk London takes place on Sunday, April 24.
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