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It’s almost that time again; let’s get excited for National Condom Day 2017!

By : on : December 5, 2016 comments : (0)

Taking place on Valentine’s Day, the 14th of February, National Condom Day is a perfect opportunity to promote sexual health and healthy relationships.

As you might know, every year we have had a certain theme for National Condom Day. From ice-creams and oral sex to circus performances; we bet you’re excited to know what next year has in store!

We’ll give you some hints: think sunshine, holidays, beach walks, sandy deserts, park picnics, breezy palm trees, spending time with family and friends, sunbathing by the pool. Have you guessed it? Yes? Next year we are having a Summer Essentials theme!

Summer is a time where things tend to heat up – and no, we don’t just mean the weather! What a perfect time to remind people of the essentials for safe sex throughout the summer. Next year’s Summer Essentials theme focuses on three key areas that are important for sexual health: condoms, confidence and consent.

With a series of three summer themed posters that address condoms, confidence and consent, matching postcards, Frisbees, downloadable bunting templates and banners, and of course some convenient condom packs, we have everything you need to create a memorable event to celebrate National Condom Day 2017.

Our National Condom Day webpage goes live during the first week of January, accessible from the banner on our website homepage, so make sure you check it out. You’ll be able to find loads of fun stuff, including National Condom Day event and display inspiration, downloadable FREE online resources and order forms for other National Condom Day resources.

Make sure you stay updated with sneak peeks of our planning and celebrations for National Condom Day on our Facebook and Instagram pages, and tag us in your posts and photos using #CondomDay2017 – we’d love to see your preparations and celebrations!


SHQ offers a range of professional services including testing and treatment of STIs, contraception information and supply, unplanned pregnancy, cervical screening, STI drop-in clinics and counselling.