Cameron Grant Memorial Trust at McDonald’s in Rugby

Welcome to our awareness campaign with McDonald’s in Rugby, which launched on #TimeToTalk day, 7 Feb 2019, and will run in all three McDonald’s Restaurants in Rugby until Sunday, 17 Feb (you can see photos from the launch here). Our goal is to get everyone talking about mental health, and to highlight local helplines and other resources available to all in Rugby. Immediately below this message, there is information about Samaritans and PAPYRUS; go there if you are feeling suicidal or worried about someone else. Below the red divider, there are links to many more places and organisations that can help. Click the links and logos to find out more. Learn for yourself, and share with friends, family and colleagues too. Please let us have any feedback or comments about this page, or about our joint campaign with McDonald’s in Rugby by email to or on Twitter at @CamMemorialThanks from all at Cameron Grant Memorial Trust!

Feeling suicidal? Or know someone who might be?

If you’re feeling like you want to die, it’s important to tell someone. Help and support are available right now if you need it. You don’t have to struggle with difficult feelings alone. Contact one of the organisations below now.

Samaritans – for everyone , free, 24/7 Call: 116 123, Email: or Visit: find your local Samaritans branch

PAPYRUS – for anyone up to the age of 35 worried about how they are feeling, or for anyone who is concerned about a young person, free, 10am – 10pm weekdays, 2pm – 10pm weekends & bank holidays. Call: 0800 068 41 41, Text: 07786 209697 or Email:

Links to other organisations that can help

Would you like some coasters for your school, college or Uni?

Our son Cameron took his own life in 2014 at the age of 21. He didn’t seek help and no one – including us and his friends at Uni – knew that he was suffering from depression. Email to request free Coasters customised with the help information most important for your community.

Rugby Wellbeing Hub, run by Coventry and Warwickshire Mind for Wellbeing for Warwickshire, offers free support, information and signposting to individuals aged 16 years and over looking for support or help to improve their mental health and wellbeing. Contact the Hub for opening hours and further details of what is available.
28 Cromwell Road, Rugby CV22 5LY
02477 712288 or 01788 544105

This year’s Time to Talk Day is all about bringing together the right ingredients to have a conversation about mental health. We want you to get you talking! #TimeToTalk

Could this be you?

It’s difficult to generalise about how struggling to cope can make you feel or act, but if you think these symptoms sound like you or someone you know, you may be depressed:

  • Lacking energy or feeling tired
  • Feeling restless and agitated
  • Feeling tearful
  • Not wanting to talk to or be with people
  • Not wanting to do things you usually enjoy
  • Using alcohol or drugs to cope with feelings
  • Finding it hard to cope with everyday things


024 7655 2847 (not 24 hrs)

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We are very grateful to Glyn Pashley, your local McDonald’s franchisee, and everyone at all three McDonald’s Restaurants in Rugby for their support in running this awareness campaign.