Several members of the Blackpool FC squad will be in attendance at St John’s Square tomorrow afternoon, in support of the Time To Change initiative, Time To Talk.
The national campaign, which has been introduced to change the way people think and act about mental health, is being supported by Blackpool Council’s Get Vocal campaign, which focuses on promoting a set of five key messages to help improve a person's mental health, such as observing, learning and keeping active.
As part of Time To Talk Day on 6 February, several members of the Blackpool FC first team squad, including Ollie Turton and Liam Feeney, will be in attendance at St John’s Square in Blackpool town centre from 2pm, to show the club’s solidarity and support in ensuring we all look after our mental health.
In attendance will also be the Time To Change Coordinator, Jamie-Lee Curry and local Time To Change Champions, who will be on hand for anyone who needs that friendly face or a listening ear.
The sessions with Time To Change are taking place at St. Paul's Medical Centre 10am-11.30am, and St. John's Square 12pm-4pm, giving the public a chance to discuss any issues they may want to share.