A group of friends will walk from Kings Cross to Amersham to remember a 20-year-old man who took his own life.

Julius Little, who was suffering from anxiety and depression and was originally from Amersham, died in June 2019.

Following his tragic passing, his friends and family decided to set up the Julius Little Foundation to help 11-19 year olds overcome their mental illnesses, and whatever challenges they face.

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And next month, Julius’ brother Harry, along with friends Elysia Cotton, Stanley Buglass, Thomas Coulson, Harry Palmer and Murphy Johnson, will walk roughly 30 miles to remember the much-loved 20-year-old.

The journey will be split over two days.

They will walk from Central Saint Martins in Kings Cross, which is where Julius and Harry Palmer met, to Amersham Rugby Club.

An excerpt from the GoFundMe page, which has been set up to help the foundation, reads: “Just over one year ago, my best friend, Julius, tragically took his own life after a battle with anxiety and depression.

“Since then, his family have been continuing to work under his name to support young people in distress through the Julius Little Foundation, by providing them with free counselling services.

“Whether you knew Julius or not, I'm sure you've experienced difficulties at some point in your life, whether personal, or through friends and family.

"And for that reason, we're asking that you support us as best as you can so that we can attempt to make a difference to young people who might be struggling just as Julius was.”

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The target is to raise £1,000 for the foundation.

So far, £665 has been raised.

The group will leave CSM on the morning of September 12, trekking to and camping out in the Pinner/Rickmansworth area, before continuing, on September 13.

To donate, visit www.uk.gofundme.com/f/juliuslittle, and to read more about the foundation, visit www.juliuslittlefoundation.org.