Fibres Play to be made into a Film

Absolutely thrilled to be supporting this fantastic production which uses humour to explore and address the devastating legacy of asbestos and the often hidden story of women with mesothelioma. Making a film will allow those who missed out seeing the deeply moving stage play. It’s a must see and we look forward to the premiere in November. Well done to all the cast and crew at Stellar Quines Theatre Company for making this happen.

Congratulations Phyllis – 25 Years at the helm of Action on Asbestos (Clydeside Action on Asbestos)

Congratulations to Phyllis Craig MBE- Senior Welfare Rights Officer and Director of Action on Asbestos (Formerly knows as Clydeside Action on Asbestos) who has been the anchor of our charity for 25 years today. Congratulations Phyllis, from all the staff at Action on Asbestos for your leadership and friendship over the last 25 Years. Phyllis, […]

AoA are delighted to announce that Mr Gary Smith – GMB Scotland Secretary – has been confirmed as Chair of Action on Asbestos

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Jim Kelso for his sterling work as Chair and are delighted that he will remain on our board of directors as Vice-Chair.  We would also like to welcome Gary to his new position, confirming his commitment to all those in Scotland suffering from asbestos or industrial diseases. 

Action on Asbestos: Jonathan Watson

Huge thanks to Jonathan Watson for his commitment to the charity and to supporting those diagnosed with #mesothelioma #lung cancer and all other #asbestos related disease across the whole of Scotland. Action on Asbestos: Supporting patients and our NHS