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TIME TO UNITE AGAINST SUICIDE

Join us as we smash the silence around mental wellbeing, and remember our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, partners, loved ones and friends.

WALK WHEREVER YOU ARE IN THE COUNTRY

Taking on a Lost Hours Walk Local is easy. Register below and walk against suicide.

It’s easy to set up and every walk helps CALM continue to be there, no matter what.

TIME TO UNITE AGAINST SUICIDE

Join us as we smash the silence around mental wellbeing, and remember our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, partners, loved ones and friends.

WALK WHEREVER YOU ARE IN THE COUNTRY

Taking on a Lost Hours Walk Local is easy. Register below and walk against suicide.

It’s easy to set up and every walk helps CALM continue to be there, no matter what.

Raised so far

£309,937

Our goal

£300,000

No. of Walkers

1222

LOST HOURS WALK: LOCAL

Suicide prevention takes whole communities – from schools and colleges to workplaces, pubs and entire towns. Walk against suicide and remember those we’ve lost wherever you are in the country. Set up your own route with family, friends or colleagues.

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LOST HOURS WALK: LONDON

As the clocks went back on 30 October 2021, hundreds of walkers from across the UK came together at its capital to deal with grief differently and defiantly, taking in London’s key landmarks and lighting up the city.

Registrations for Lost Hours Walk London 2021 have now closed. You can still take part in Lost Hours Walk Local, and register your interest for the London 2022 event now.

Register interest for 2022

Merch

Walk against suicide wearing CALM’s official Lost Hours Walk merch. Wherever you are in the UK, wear the Lost Hours Walk logo loud and proud, and let everyone know that you and your team are smashing the silence around suicide.

All proceeds from your purchase go towards CALM and our life-saving services.

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“The walk has brought out some more emotions. I feel like it has helped bring out some of my grief but also that I’ve laid down some of the grief on streets in a city my husband loved.”

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