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Terrence Higgins Trust and London Gay Men’s Chorus rekindle historic partnership

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It is incredible what people experiencing grief can achieve. Terrence Higgins Trust and London Gay Men’s Chorus – the organisations that we lead – are a testament to that.

In 1982, Terry Higgins became the first-named person to die of an AIDS-related illness; his partner and friends formed Europe’s first HIV support organisation to respond to the unfolding pandemic.

A decade later, a generation of gay men was decimated; nine community members met outside Angel tube station to sing Christmas carols to fund the Trust.

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