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Join us for our 10K World AIDS Day Ribbon Walk, starting and finishing at the Charles Street Tap!

Walk with us as we unite in the fight against HIV. Together we can show support for people living with HIV, help end transmissions and remember those we have lost.

The 10km (just over six miles) route will take you along the seafront, through central Brighton and past the AIDS memorial.

After your walk, you're invited to join us for food and drinks in the Charles Street Tap.

Our walk is a totally non-competitive, pressure-free event that people of all abilities take part in. Walk alone or with a group of friends at your own pace.

This World AIDS Day, we're highlighting just how important HIV testing is. By walking with us, your fundraising is helping us to provide vital HIV self-tests - the sooner people know their status, the quicker they can get onto treatment and support to live long, healthy lives and they cannot pass on the virus.

Timings for this event


The walk starts and finishes at the Charles Street Tap, 8 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TA.

Registration starts at 10am with walkers starting in small groups around 11am.

Most people taking part will finish within two hours, but remember the walk is non-competitive, so you can take as long as you like.

After your walk you are invited to join us for the post-event party.

Everything you need to know about the event will be emailed to you well in advance, so you can plan your day.

Charles Street Tap

How to register


Entry is £20 but sign up now for our early bird offer of £15 (offer ends Sunday 19 September).

Your entry fee helps cover the cost of putting on the Ribbon Walk.

Once you've registered, you'll receive your free Terrence Higgins Trust T-shirt a few weeks before the walk and ongoing support from our fundraising team.

All walkers must be at least 14 years old. Walkers under 18 are required to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Sign up now by clicking the pink registration button above, fill in the form and make your payment.

How we're keeping you safe


Your health and safety is our top priority:

  • Participants will start in small groups to avoid congestion.
  • Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the venue.
  • We'll be minimising what we hand out.
  • You won't need to go into the venue unless you wish to do so.

Get in touch


If you have any questions about this event, we'd love to hear from you! Just email us at [email protected].

Other Ribbon Walks


See our main World AIDS Day Ribbon Walk page for details of all events.