Mesothelioma UK Charitable Trust
Mesothelioma UK Charitable Trust exists to raise funds to support the vital services that the Mesothelioma UK Resource Centre gives to anyone affected by Mesothelioma. Mesothelioma UK, provides high quality, impartial and up-to-date support and information. It supports the development of a national network of trained and experienced nurse specialists. It promotes nurse-led research. It works in collaboration with charities, organisations and individuals to improve relevant issues. It promotes the development of mesothelioma support groups. Mesothelioma UK has a national free phone helpline which provides access to timely, accurate and relevant advice for patients, carers and health care professionals. A broad based website is available for UK mesothelioma patients and their carers. the website provides links to other useful sites. Mesothelioma UK runs a yearly 'Patient and Carer Day' where patients and health care professionals can come together to discuss and deal with all aspects of mesothelioma.
The Indee Rose Trust
The Indee Rose Trust is a charity that supports children and their families who have been diagnosed with brain or spinal tumours. The trust was started in Sept 2009 in the memory of Indee Rose a beautiful, loving, happy 3 year old daughter who was sadly lost to an in-operable brain tumour in June 2009. Through Indee's courage whilst receiving treatment and meeting lots of other children and families it was decided we would try our best to bring smiles and memories to as many of the 400 children effected each year by brain and spinal tumours. We provide treasure boxes to the children while they are receiving treatment, a wonderful box of toys and treats especially picked individually for each child. We provide a one off grant to the family at this difficult time. We provide holiday accommodation for a family break when the child has completed their treatment.
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MAS Charity Skydive for ARCA Charity Week

Jamie Gatley

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Two of our brave employees, Sarah Shelton and Jamie Gatley will be taking a leap from 13,500ft in support of Mesothelioma UK and The sponsored skydive will be taking place at Langar Airfield on the 11th of September 2017 and both Sarah and Jamie are jumping to raise awareness and money in order to support victims of asbestos-related cancers.

At Midlands Asbestos Solutions we often receive concerning calls from members of the public who are worried about asbestos and the damage it can cause. That’s why we’re taking yet another step to raise awareness about what asbestos-related diseases can do and the damage they can cause. Often people are oblivious to the effects of asbestos, and would rather leave asbestos fibres in their homes or premises without getting them checked by a specialist. We want to show people that it is serious, and with our expert support we can help to reduce the chances of you being diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease.

Knowing people who have suffered from the effects of asbestos brings it home to us in our everyday jobs. We care about the work we do, often hosting asbestos awareness training and other support sessions for local businesses. Our Technical Manager Sarah Shelton who runs our asbestos awareness sessions said “A lot of people in this trade have relations or friends who have contracted and subsequently died of this disease” she said. “I feel it is important that we are supporting a charity with this connection. The opportunity to do a skydive is very exciting – as well as nerve racking at the same time!”

We’ve had nothing but support to give to our brave volunteers in preparation for the big event. Our strapping 6 ft 4 Jamie has been having more chicken salads than chicken selects, on a mission to lose a stone and reach the eligible skydiving weight. Sarah on the other hand can continue eating anything she likes, much to Jamie’s annoyance. Everyone in the Midlands Asbestos Solutions team are wishing you both the best of luck… Don’t slip! 

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15.09.17 Mary and Ann and Ann Briggs Big thanks


08.09.17 Wishing blue skies and lots of fun for your skydive, for two really worthy Charities. Good Luck from all of us at RMS Construction Developments Limited


05.09.17 Good luck!

05.09.17 Well done for taking the leap!!! Wishing you both a fantastic experience sky diving for a great charity. Go for it and enjoy every second and keep them eyes open

05.09.17 Good luck!

04.09.17 Keep up the good work, hope it's a clear day for all the fun.

04.09.17 Good Luck

03.09.17 Make sure they have a big enough chute! Good luck mate

31.08.17 Congratulations on raising funds for such a good cause. Best of luck!!

30.08.17 Best of luck to you both from Dave and all at Fourstage Environmental

30.08.17 Best of luck from all at Clarke Dove!!

24.08.17 Remember, you will only need a parachute if you intend doing it again!

24.08.17 The best of luck from all at Stormclad

24.08.17 Good luck to the both of you. Its something on my bucket list so very envious to be honest LOL I'm sure you'll enjoy it!!!

23.08.17 Best of luck guys! From all of us at Beacon

23.08.17 Good luck, don't look down !!!


22.08.17 Good luck hope you reach your target .

22.08.17 Good luck Jamie!

22.08.17 Love sis x

21.08.17 Good luck guys!

21.08.17 The Chicken Select comment alone is worth a tenner! Good luck sarah and jamie! You can do it bro! Xxxx



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