Landmark AIDS Centre

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The Landmark AIDS Centre was a centre for supporting people suffering with HIV and AIDS, located in Tulse Hill, South London.

The centre was opened in 1989 by by Diana, Princess of Wales, who was famously photographed shaking hands with Jonathan Grimshaw, director of the centre and known to be diagnosed with HIV, at a time when there was an irrational fear of contact with HIV sufferers.[1]

In 2001 it became part of London Lighthouse, which had merged with THT the year before, and was renamed Lighthouse South London. In 2002 it moved to Waterloo.