Unite against suicide: Lost Hours Walk
When it hurts we talk. When the clocks go back we walk.
11pm on Saturday 26 October: Time to unite against suicide.
The Lost Hours walk is our first CALM event and our opportunity to deal with grief differently and defiantly. We want to smash the silence around loss, and remember our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, partners and friends out on the streets of London.
16 people take their own life every day, leaving behind thousands of friends, family and colleagues. On the one day we are given extra time, we walk for all those for whom there wasn’t enough.
What is the Lost Hours Walk?
Get the lowdown on our first ever CALM event. You’ll find everything you need to know right here. As time goes backwards, we’re walking forwards to campaign against feeling rubbish, against struggling in silence, against being alone, against living miserably.
Join us to unite against suicide
Already lacing up those walking boots? Get started and sign up here. Walk with us from Greenwich, past Big Ben and back again to make change happen, and continue to grow our life-saving services.
Why we're walking
The Lost Hours Walk is for everyone, no matter of age, gender, ability or motivation. We caught up with some of the hundreds of walkers taking on the challenge this October, and found out some of the reasons they’re walking against suicide.
Read our stories
Walk this way
We’re walking side by side, shoulder to shoulder on the streets of London, to campaign against feeling rubbish, against struggling in silence and against living miserably. Here’s where we’ll be walking.