Lockdown sessions with inspiring adventurers

Mental health is a big deal in lockdown. So learn from the best! There is so much to find online and now watch brand Marloe Watch Company has invited some of the most inspiring adventurers, explorers and athletes to share their mental health advice during two LIVE ‘Lockdown Sessions’.

We may feel trapped within our flats but there are people who have spent days, weeks, months on their own and stayed strong (and stayed alert lol). We can all push ourselves to the limit.

Marloe Watch Company’s ‘Lockdown Sessions’ will be LIVE on Thursday 4th June and Thursday 11th June at 7pm and 8pm and hosted on https://www.marloewatchcompany.com/pages/lockdown-sessions. Enter your name, email and question to take part. To ask your questions in advance of the sessions, follow @marloewatchco on Instagram and comment under any Lockdown Session post with the hashtags #marloelockdownsessions and the handle of your preferred interviewee.

Oliver Goffe, co-founder of Marloe Watch Company said: “Both myself and co-founder Gordon Fraser are inspired by stories of great British endeavour. The design of every mechanical watch in our collection, from the colours used and the shape of the dials, to the engravings on their case backs, tell a story of an individual who has pushed themselves to the very limit and achieved something awe-inspiring in the process.

“While we may not all be able to take on dangerous challenges or epic physical adventures, we firmly believe that the stories of others can help us in our daily lives, and we want to make these easy for people to tap-into. The Marloe Watch Company lockdown sessions were inspired by the same thinking which put Donald Campbell’s “courage to be fearless” quote on the back of our Coniston watch. The stories are there, we just need to be reminded of them.”



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