Call for objects: Help change how people think and talk about mental health

Londoners are invited to share personal objects that symbolise their mental health journey in a new display at Kew Palace. As part of Historic Royal Palaces' plans to commemorate the life of George III in 2020, up to 15 objects submitted by Londoners will form a special display on the top floor of Kew Palace, as a means for inspiring thought, discussion and reflection on how we think and talk about mental health today.

This new interpretation of George's former retreat will explore how personal objects can help us articulate and process difficult thoughts and feelings, as well as how they might support recovery, reduce isolation or encourage conversation.

Objects and stories will be selected by a team of staff and volunteers at Historic Royal Palaces. The deadline to submit objects is 1 December 2019.

Further information can be found here