Land's End: Shining Light on a dark situation. A dark-haired man is skateboarding down a paved road, flowing hills of grass and moorland around him.

Lands End Documentary Screening

Skateboarding and Mental Health

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What’s on offer?

Join us for a free public screening of Land’s End, a documentary on the journey of Barney page (a professional skateboarder from Exeter) skateboarding across the UK from John o’ Groats to Land’s End to raise awareness about mental health and wellbeing. Barney’s journey was to raise money for the Ben Raemers Foundation, a charity set up to help support mental health and suicide prevention after the death of Barney’s friend and professional skateboarder Ben Raemers by suicide at the age of 28.

Who’s leading the event?

The event includes introduction by sociologist and skateboard researcher Dr Paul O’Connor from the University of Exeter. The documentary will be followed by a short Q&A.

Age guidance 12+
This film discusses suicide prevention and mental health.

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