Young people called to design mental health poster in West Berkshire Charity, Time to Talk, competition
West Berkshire charity Time to Talk is calling on creative young people to design mental health awareness posters.
The charity’s young ambassador team would like posters with pictures, inspirational quotes, or just anything that will “make people smile”.
The winning posters will be printed and posted in schools and other venues across West Berkshire.
They will be stuck onto the backs of toilet doors and other private areas which would allow young people to "scan the QR code if they needed to".
There are also £20 Amazon vouchers up for grabs for winning entries.
The charity has said it wants to see just how “creative” applicants can be.
It has prompted young people to think about how their work can reduce the stigma surrounding mental health.
To enter email your poster to email@example.com or post it to Service Manager, Time to Talk, 4-8 Broadway House, Newbury, RG14 1BA.
Time to Talk has also reminded entrants to include an email address in their submissions so that winners can be contacted.
Entrants must be 25 years or under, and entries must be submitted by December 10.
For support and help, referrals can be made to Time to Talk here: https://t2twb.org/referral-form-instructions/
Alternatively, you can call them on 01635 760331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For urgent help you can contact your GP or Visit A&E, text ‘Shout’ to 85258, who will get back to you via text, or call the Samaritans free on 116 123.