Express: Prince Harry visits sexual health charity amid HIV awareness campaign


Harry met staff from Naz, an organisation which provides support and advice for various minority communities.

Over the past 12 months the prince has stepped up his work helping the fight against HIV, speaking at an international conference in South Africa to warn against the threat of complacency.

He also visited the Mildmay HIV hospital in east London and later, during a visit to a sexual health clinic, publicly took a HIV test.

During the visit to Fulham’s Hurlingham Club, Harry met the Joyful Noise choir, a collection of people of different faiths, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender, all living with HIV.

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  • Tuesday 15th November 2016

    The Hurlingham Club,
    Ranelagh Gardens,
    SW6 3PR

    020 8741 1879

    nOSCARS 2016 is a 7 minute walk away from Putney Bridge tube station.