Why we're walking
On average, 125 people take their own lives every week in the UK.
Only a third of people who die by suicide have been in contact with specialist mental health services in the year before their death.
135 people are directly affected by every suicide.
That’s not ok. And it’s why we work with a whole host of people in a wide range of places so everyone can get the help they need when they need it, no matter who they are, where they’re from, and whatever their background.
The Lost Hours Walk is our chance to deal with grief differently and defiantly and to remember our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, partners and friends lost to suicide.
From planning a route around a special location, packing their favourite snack as a pick me up, sharing stories and memories, or wearing their photo with pride, CALM encourages the Lost Hours Walk community to remember those they have lost in their own unique and personal ways.
Planning your walk
We’ve put together the stuff you’ll need to know to pull off your own Lost Hours Walk wherever you are in the country.
Why we’re walking
Discover more about the Lost Hours Walk from the Lost Hours Walk community.
Join the Walk Collective
A place to share your training tips and tricks, get advice from fellow walkers and meet the Lost Hours Walk community.
We launched the Lost Hours Walk in 2019 in Central London
Walkers from across the UK came together on the night the clocks went back to walk against suicide. Here’s how it went down.