Terrence Higgins Trust in Brighton holds open evening for local people


HIV and sexual health charity, Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is holding an open evening in its Brighton office on Wednesday 24th October at 6pm. The evening will be an opportunity to see how THT works locally and will give attendees the chance to give feedback on THT’s services.

There will be a couple of short presentations from members of the team followed by an opportunity to meet both staff and volunteers. Those attending can pick up free leaflets and information resources and have a look around the offices. Feedback forms will be available for people to comment on THT services and offer suggestions for future work.

Sue Peters, Regional Manager for Terrence Higgins Trust in the South said “We’re part of the community here in Brighton and we want to make sure our services are addressing the needs of local people. So we’re opening our doors on the 24th and asking people to pop in. You can either find out more about THT or let us know your thoughts on our work. If you’re interested, please come along, you’d be very welcome. ”

Everyone is welcome to attend the evening and THT is particularly keen to hear from gay and bisexual men, people from black and minority ethnic communities and people living with HIV. Drinks and nibbles will be provided.

The open evening will be held at Terrence Higgins Trust, 61 Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AE at 6pm on Wednesday 24th October 2007. If you’d like further information, please call 01273 764200.


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