Once again I will be supporting CAA Clydeside Action on Asbestos, this is the first time the Charity has been represented at the London Marathon & I am proud to be able to not only raise money on their behalf

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Glasgow Memorial Day

On 27 April 2015 By

Thousands of men and women who have lost their lives to asbestos-related diseases were remembered at a memorial held by Clydeside Action on Asbestos.

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Clydeside Action on Asbestos are bitterly disappointed at the outcome of yesterday’s vote concerning the Court Reform Scotland Bill. We would however like to thank all those members of CAA who attended yesterday. We are extremely proud of all our members and all those who continue the fight for justice.

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Kay Law, and her husband John, are walking 118km of the Way of St James to raise funds for CAA in memory of Kay’s late father James (Jimmy), who sadly passed away from mesothelioma on 24 October 2013.

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Many thanks to the amazingly talented Mrs Whitelaw who has generously given her time to create the most amazing soft toys which she plans to sell to raise funds for CAA.

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Many thanks go to Jimmy ‘Starry’ Stewart, his wife Cathie and their two children Steven & Kay who donated £500 to CAA.

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