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Cameron Grant memorial event held on World Mental Health Day

By Rosa Smith, News Editor

By Rosa Smith, News Editor

A night of singing, poetry, and discussion was held at Tommy’s on Tuesday 11 October, World Mental Health Day, in memory of Cameron Grant.

A student at Royal Holloway, Cameron took his own life in November 2014 after battling with depression.

The event began with a moving video of photos and memories of Cameron’s life, supplied by his parents.

The evening then included a selection of musical sets, poetry, and an open mic, all by students at RHUL, organised by the Mental Health Society.

Music student, Adam Wallace, who performed a 20-minute guitar set, said ‘performing and raising awareness for such a worthwhile cause was a privilege.’

 

Featured image: Grant with his father, ITV.

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