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Mental Health Awareness Week was a few months ago and it is positive to consider that the conversations about Mental Health continue – this time with a Suicide Awareness Event – #ITSOKTOTALK – “Let’s talk about suicide in Luton“.

The #ITSOKTOTALK campaign was started over a year ago by rugby league player Luke Ambler whose brother in law took his own life. Since then, the #ITSOKTOTALK  campaign has gone global with the message that it IS OK to talk about it and that only by talking will we be able to reduce the number of men, and of course woman, who sadly feel suicide is the last option.

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The event, organised by Our Minds Matter, is free to attend and will be held at the Luton Wellbeing Centre:

Event: #ITSOKTOTALK – “Let’s talk about suicide in Luton”.
Date: Friday 1st September
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Luton Wellbeing Centre (Mind BLMK) 46-56 Dumfries Street, Luton, LU1 5B

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