Honiton Co-op is giving away free game packs to help kickstart conversations about mental health

Time to Talk is a UK wide campaign, supported by the Co-op, to get people talking about mental health.

By Kate Baxter

Posted: Thursday, 19th January 2023 8:00 am

The Co-op are giving away free Game Packs (Credit: Co-op)
The Co-op are giving away free Game Packs (Credit: Co-op)
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The Co-op is giving away game packs for Time to Talk Day on 2 February.

Time to Talk is a UK wide campaign to get people talking to friends, family or colleagues about mental health. In England, Time to Talk Day is run by Rethink Mental Illness and Mind in partnership with the Co-op.

Co-op wants to encourage people to come together and connect through games. The game packs include everything you need to help start a games event in Honiton. The games can be enjoyed by everyone and the aim is to help kickstart conversations about mental health.

The free games packs include a Jenga game, a positivity card game, a games ideas booklet and a £5 Co-op gift voucher towards refreshments for a games event. The packs also contain invitations and a pen.

To request a free Co-op games pack email [email protected] by midnight on Sunday 22 January with your name and address.

Co-op is raising £8 million for MIND, SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) and Inspire to bring communities together to improve mental wellbeing. One in four of us will have a mental health problem in any year. By talking about mental health we can support ourselves and others.

If you know of any Time to Talk events going on in Honiton tell us about them and we can help spread the word. Visit Time to Talk Day to download resources to help start conversations about mental health in your community, workplace or school.

Co-op membership helps support local causes and the Co-op's national charity partners. Click here to find out more or become a Co-op Member.


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