The charity that's regarded as Britain's leader in helping people with HIV and Aids is marking 30 years of campaigning with a charity dinner.
The Terrence Higgins Trust was set up in the capital in the name of a London man who was among the first people in the UK to die of AIDS.
Here's what happened at the charity bash last year.
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