Saving Lives, our volunteers and ambassadors will be undertaking health promotion around Birmingham on 1st December (World Aids Day), in co-operation with local partners Birmingham Heartlands HIV Service. We’ll be joined, too, by some of the Heartlands HIV Service’s nurses and staff – so look out for the team, and come and say hello!
The Saving Lives Big Red Double Decker Bus will be helping the team deliver its health promotion around Birmingham this World Aids Day. The team will be engaging in health promotion with visitors and patients at Heartlands, then moving on to a variety of other Birmingham locations. They will be promoting Birmingham Heartlands HIV Service and Saving Lives’ TakeATestUK.com free postal HIV Testing Kits.
Thursday 1st December
- 9am – 12pm: The bus will be stationary at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, front entrance
- 12.30pm - 2pm: Perry Barr One Stop Shopping centre (Bus station) – health promotion engagement with shoppers
- 2.15pm - 2.45 pm: Birmingham City University Curzon St, Birmingham
- 3.00pm: Bordesley Green College, Bordesley Green Road
- 3.30pm: Small Heath Church and local Gurdwara. community engagement health promotion on the street
- 4.15pm: African Village car park at Perry Barr Island
- 5.30pm: Drop-offs and pick-ups of staff and volunteers
- 7pm: Cathedral remembrance service
- 8.30pm – 10pm: The Bus will park up on Broad Street and in the Gay Quarter Birmingham Town Centre