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Lost Hours Walk

Lost Hours Walk

It’s time to walk against suicide 

The Lost Hours Walk is our opportunity to deal with grief differently and defiantly.

We want to reach every corner of the nation, making our voices heard while remembering our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, partners and friends. 125 people take their own lives every single week in the UK. We’re walking to send a message that that’s not ok. 

We want as many people to take part in the Lost Hours Walk as possible. That’s why there’s two ways to walk against suicide. Choose what works best for you, your friends, family and community so we can walk forward, together, against suicide.

Lost Hours Walk: Wherever You are

This October, you can hold your own Lost Hours Walk wherever you are in the country

  1. Sign up to hold your own Lost Hours Walk in your chosen location
  2. Plan your route – looking for a challenge or a walk that’s accessible for all ages and abilities? Plan a route that works for you
  3. Get your friends, family and community to walk against suicide

Sign up here

 

Lost Hours Walk London 2021

Looking for the annual Lost Hours Walk event? 

Our next Lost Hours Walk event will take place in London in 2021.

In 2019, 1,000 people walked forward against suicide as the clocks turned backwards.

You can pre-register to take part in our next Lost Hours Walk London below.

Sign up for Lost Hours Walk 2021 updates

Why we're walking

It's time to unite against suicide