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A star studded reception held by the Terrence Higgins Trust last night is expected to have raised some £80,000 for the charity’s funds.
Celebrities including Dermot O’Leary, Graham Norton, Alan Carr, Yasmin Le Bon, Miranda Hart and Billie Piper, came together for the trust’s annual Supper Club fundraiser, with more than 40 simultaneous dinner parties held across London before they descended on One Mayfair for a glamorous after party.
Some of the capital’s finest restaurants, including Galvin La Chapelle, Scotts and Gauthier Soho, donated meals free of charge for THT, then guests enjoyed entertainment from DJ Danny Rampling and drank Bramley and Gage Six O’Clock Gin cocktails at the after party.
Sonya Trivedy, Director of Fundraising at THT, said: ‘Our supporters once again did us proud with a show-stopper of an event which has raised huge amounts of money to support people living with HIV. With World AIDS Day just round the corner it’s a vital time to raise awareness of HIV, so we’re delighted so many of our guests turned out to show their support for the cause.’
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