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Faced with a situation which looks hopeless, Phyllis Craig gives hope. The chairperson of Clydeside Action on Asbestos has been fighting for the rights of people affected by asbestos poisoning for more than two decades. Evening Times, online, 11.12.14
Everyone here at CAA would like to send our congratulations to Phyllis Craig MBE, Chair of CAA, who has been nominated for Scotswoman of the Year. The Evening Times’ Scotswoman of the Year is a celebration of the accomplishments of women from across Scotland. The winner will be announced, in front of around 300 women of all ages and backgrounds, in Glasgow City Chambers on February 12, 2015.
Well done Phyllis from all the team here at CAA: We all know how richly deserved this nomination is. We are all very proud of you.
She has won the admiration and support of all political parties – but it is the people she is fighting for who want to pay tribute to her the most. Evening Times, online, 11.12.14
Sharon Chapman: Well done Phyllis, you so deserve this award. You speak with such passion and you’re always there for us all, fighting every step of the way. Thank you so much for all that you do ️xx
Nicola Gardiner: Well done, to be nominated is a winner in their own right!
Patricia Paul: Best wishes on your nomination. Very well deserved
Janet Stephen: Well done Phyllis you so deserve this award xx
Susan Stephen: Well done Phyllis! You deserve it!x
Rooting for Phyllis Craig. She was a great help to my family during my Dad’s illness….Inspirational woman!xx
Marilyn Fraser: You so deserve to be nominated for the work that you do
Tracy Gove: Brilliant to hear, well deserved missus xxx
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