Several members of the first-team squad attended a pop-up walk in centre in Blackpool on Thursday, to show support for Time To Talk Day.
Time To Talk Day is a nationally recognised day, with the aim of improving discussions and removing any stigma surrounding mental health.
Liam Feeney, James Husband, Joe Nuttall and Ollie Turton all showed their support at the Time To Change Chatty Bus in St John's Square, Blackpool, meeting locals for a chat and a brew.
Speaking about the importance of looking after your mental health, Ollie Turton said: "It was good to meet members of the community in Blackpool and just sit down and have a chat with them.
"We've all seen in the news over recent years about how important it is to have good mental health, and pop-up walk in centres such as these give people the opportunity to have a chat with a friendly face and help any feeling of loneliness or isolation they may have."
For more information on the Time To Change initiative, click here.