Remembrance Messages

 
Please leave a Remembrance message for those loved and lost, in honour of friends, family or colleagues no longer with us. Please acknowledge those that may have suffered, experienced grief, stigma, sadness and pain relating to AIDS, or living with HIV. It’s time to reflect, remember, educate and celebrate.
 
Both, the digital remembrance and the leather-bound remembrance book, that were written by 27th November 2022, have been placed under the memorial and are now captured in time. Your thoughts and memories mean so much to so many, and hopefully are most personal to you too. Thank you for signing, please still feel free if you haven't already to sign below.
 
Please also consider leaving a pledge to support the upkeep of the memorial and related events. 
Click ‘Donate’ to be a part of the memorial and help it stand clear of the shadows. 
 
 
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Denise Walters
8 months ago
A beautiful and moving memorial. To all those who lost their lives and those who continue the struggle. Remembering Pat from S.L.A.G at the Steering Wheel xx
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Robert Stacey
1 year ago
Visiting this today with the students of Aston University, it's a moving memorial I have volunteered in the HIV/AIDS sector in the past and having this here is both touching and important. May the spirits of those who have passed away be at peace and those who are still living with the virus be strong, healthy and happy.
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Rabbi Margaret Jacobi
1 year ago
Remembering with sadness all who died in the AIDS and pandemic and praying for any end to ignorance and fear.
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Sarah Adam
1 year ago
Remembering all those worldwide who are living with HIV/AIDS and who have died from the disease. Also giving thanks to all those who have raised awareness and funds in the fight for treatment, justice and equality.
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Bob Wozniak
1 year ago
Bob

Thank you for your friendship and caring that we will never forget. You are missed by your friends and family and will not be forgotten.

We will eat borscht in your memory.
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Amanda Taylor
1 year ago
My heart is filled with sadness as we remember the people who lost their lives to HIV/AIDS, so many I worked with to try and break the stigma of a terrible disease sadly know longer with us God Bless
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Lorna Carter
1 year ago
I have enjoyed making my panel and will think about all the people we have lost in the last few years.
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Adam Kennedy
1 year ago
Thinking about those who we’ve lost and those who are suffering. ❤️
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Jason Green
1 year ago
For those who battled at every turn so is the LGBTQ+ community can stand tall and be proud of who we are. So many lives lost to such a terrible disease, not only the loss of them but the loss that their friends and family feel knowing this disease robbed them of someone they love.

To those that led the way for a brighter community their light will never fade or be forgotten. To those who are becoming part of the LGBTQ+ community never forget those that were there to give you the opportunity to be who you truly are. With all the advances in medicine let’s hope we will have a world without this disease soon.

Never forgotten, always loved and always remembered. Let their light shine and guide you through your queer life ?️‍?❤️ Be Happy, Be Strong, Be safe and most of all BE YOU!
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Ellie Bright
1 year ago
My heart breaks for all who lost their lives, and for those currently struggling. I am proud to be part of the queer community and will do my best to keep your memories and sacrifice alive. You are loved. You are cherished.
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