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Double Joy

Eric Roseden, 24 Knowe Hill Crescent, Lancaster LA1 4JY. Tel.: 0757 615 2680. Double Joy is a home and school for children orphaned by Aids in Kenya. It is supported by a UK charity, Friends of Double Joy, which has strong connections to Lancaster, and holds regular events in the city. 

North West HIV care figure concerns

28/11/11: The number of people being treated for HIV in the North West region reached 6,332 in 2010 according to Health Protection Agency figures published today ahead of World AIDS Day on Thursday. The HPA’s annual ‘HIV in the UK’ report reveals that the North West has the second largest number of people accessing HIV care behind London with an increase of 6.4% from 5.950 people in 2009.

World Aids Day Karaoke - Sing if you're glad to be fundraising

28/11/11: On Thursday 1 December at 8pm the Dule of Lancaster is holding a Karaoke Night in aid of World Aids Day. Expect showstopping talent - and possibly a little torment - as the real muscle of the City's vocal talent takes to the stage to either knock your socks off - or sinuously unroll them.