Kevan joined Samaritans in Parliament on Monday 3 February for tea and biscuits, to hear about Samaritans’ suicide prevention work, and receive tips on how people can become better listeners.

When it’s cold and grey outside, getting people together to connect over a warming cuppa and a good conversation can help to make us feel better and manage the ups and downs of life. That’s why Samaritans is running its ‘Brew Monday’ fundraising initiative for its fourth consecutive year and helping people turn the winter blues into brews.

Kevan said:

“Human connection is so important in helping us look after our emotional wellbeing. When life feels a bit grey, we can all get a lift from connecting with others. In the cold winter months, any Monday can be a Brew Monday.”