Each year, on 1 December, we in Wales and communities around the world come together to mark World AIDS Day. The story of HIV in the UK and Europe is rooted in Wales. Terry Higgins, born and raised in Haverfordwest, was the first named person to die of AIDS-related illness in the UK. Last year […]
Bobski Budzynski and Jake Devline-Reed are raising money for Terrence Higgins Trust as they take on the Cardiff Half Marathon 2023. We spoke with I Kissed A Boy stars Bobski Budzynski and Jake Devline-Reed who, after marching with us at Pride in London, decided to take on the Cardiff Half Marathon 2023. We asked them both about […]
The landmark plan, launched by Eluned Morgan, sets out a map to ending new cases of HIV in Wales by 2030.
Rhys Goode becomes Head of Terrence Higgins Trust Cymru to help ensure the country meets its goal of ending new HIV cases by 2030.
Dr Kate Nambiar takes over as our Medical Director from Dr Michael Brady.
First Minister Mark Drakeford was among the speakers at the event, which reflected on 40 years of HIV in Wales.
We encourage supporters to engage in the Welsh Government’s consultation on ending new cases of HIV by 2030.
The artwork of Terry from his school days was painted in Welsh colours of red and green by artist Nathan Wyburn.
The plan offers 26 actions to help end new cases of HIV by 2030 in Wales.
The Queen’s Birthday Honours recognise Rupert Whitaker and Martyn Butler’s services to charity and public health.