TAKE ON THE LOST HOURS WALK THIS OCTOBER
Suicide takes the lives of 125 people every week in the UK. That’s not ok. This October, we’re taking to the streets across the UK to unite against suicide. There’s two ways to get involved – walk with us in London on October 30, or create your own walk anytime in October and November.
No matter your age, ability, or reason for walking, you can walk against suicide in 2021. The Lost Hours Walk is an opportunity to smash the silence, and remember our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, partners, loved ones and friends.
WHY WE'RE WALKING
On average, 125 people take their own lives every week in the UK. That’s not ok.
Only a third of people who die by suicide have been in contact with specialist mental health services in the year before their death.
Up to 135 people are directly affected by every suicide. That’s why we’re dealing with grief differently and defiantly.
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) works across society 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.
Choose a walk
There’s two ways to take on the Lost Hours Walk. Lost Hours Walk London and Lost Hours Walk Local.
Smash the silence
We’re smashing the silence around suicide by talking openly about mental wellbeing and grief.
Unite Against Suicide
We can’t do it alone. The Lost Hours Walk community are walking across the UK to make our voices heard.
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) are leading a movement against suicide. Through our life-saving services and campaigns that drive cultural change, we push for a life less miserable for us all.
The Lost Hours Walk is CALM’s flagship annual event. Every October we come together as the clocks go back, and walk against suicide.
In 2021, The Lost Hours Walk is taking place across the UK – from Inverness to St Ives and everywhere in between. Join Us. #LostHoursWalk
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Lost Hours Walk is taking place across the UK this October. Be part of the community and share your photos and stories using #LostHoursWalk.