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Mystery messages spotted in Gravesend town centre on National Suicide Prevention Day

Parts of a town's streets have been plastered with kind messages written in chalk.

Messages including "It's nice to be nice, try it", and "life really is too short and we all realise that... in the end" have been spotted on the floor in Gravesend.

They were seen on the floor during National Suicide Prevention Day on Tuesday, September 10, and it's unknown who scrawled the mystery messages.

Other artwork included chalk drawings of hearts and a tribute that read: "Stephen Lossy, 1973-2019, RIP."

  • If you know the person behind the mystery messages, email gravesend@thekmgroup.co.uk.

If you need help on an emotional issue you can call the Samaritans free, at any time, on 116 123.

KentOnline earlier ran a series of articles for National Suicide Prevention Day.

Suicide numbers are on the rise across Kent

How one man turned his battle with depression into something positive

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