The most recent leg of a baton relay will take place in a city with the goal of encouraging "open conversations about mental health.".
On June 25, the Baton of Hope relay started a 12-city route that will end on July 6 at 10 Downing Street.
It will tour Milton Keynes starting at Campbell Park on Tuesday at 8:30 BST and will wrap up around 17:30.
One of those who will carry the baton, Nick Wilson of Towcester, Northamptonshire, stated that "greater support" was required to lower suicide rates.
The baton will be handed off to Red Bull Racing's corporate headquarters by Mr. Wilson, a disabled former British Army soldier and mental health advocate.
"It [having suicidal thoughts] is a very confusing, sorry and lonely place to be," he said. ".
According to statistics, external suicide is the leading cause of death in the UK for people under 35.
The baton will be passed through locations like Furzton Lake and Stadium MK before finishing at the city's Peace Pagoda during Tuesday's events, which are organized by Milton Keynes Council.
Councilwoman Jane Carr stated, "We want to spread the message that no one should be ashamed to express their emotions.
"The purpose of this event is to remove barriers and promote honest dialogue about mental health. " .
It was "designed to be the biggest suicide awareness and prevention initiative the UK has ever seen," according to a Baton of Hope representative.
It was about "starting important conversations and motivating the right actions," they claimed.