Get Warrington Talking

Through local events, networking, campaigns and conversations we will create a culture of knowledge and understanding around mental health, mental illness and suicide prevention.

We will strengthen the support networks within the town for people experiencing mental health challenges and endeavour to ensure that everyone can access the help they need when they need it.

If you live or work in Warrington and you have a lived mental health experience, then we want to hear from you. We are keen to grow the number of Get Warrington Talking champions so that we can positively engage with our local communities, challenging stigma and discrimination.

We are always looking to involve new champions in our activities, for more information please contact Ian McClure on 01925 246938 / [email protected] or visit our Facebook / Twitter / Instagram page.


Visit our Facebook / Twitter / Instagram page for more information and follow ups from all our events.

A social supper took place Thursday 7th October which was aimed at both groups and individuals with an interest in bettering the mental health and fitness of people in Warrington. It was an opportunity to chat & share a supper with like-minded people and learn a bit more about the informal support that is available for people in this town.

The 5 a side chess battling suicide bus came to Warrington on Thursday 23rd September, so many important conversations took place with people sharing their stories.

The Darkness into light walk took place on Friday 10th September, take a look at some of the photos below.