McMillan encourages constituents to register white goods

Around three quarters of fires in Scottish homes arise from electricity – and last year, white goods such as fridges, freezers, washing machines and tumble dryers were responsible for a house fire in Scotland almost every day. That’s why Stuart McMillan MSP made a point of visiting a white-goods safety event in the Scottish Parliament, […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP backs Marie Curie’s Great Daffodil Appeal

Stuart McMillan MSP lent his support to Marie Curie’s big fundraising appeal month, the Great Daffodil Appeal, at an event at Scottish Parliament. Meeting with staff and volunteers from Marie Curie, Stuart was interested to hear about care and support provided to people living with terminal illness in Scotland. Marie Curie supported over 7,500 people […]

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Industrial Diseases Bill introduced in the Scottish Parliament

This week, Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde introduced his Member’s Bill in the Scottish Parliament that seeks to enable the recovery of costs incurred by the NHS in Scotland for treating people with industrial diseases. The Liability for NHS Charges (Treatment of Industrial Disease) (Scotland) Bill amends Part 3 of the Health and […]

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McMillan joins leading charity’s ‘No Bad Ends’ campaign

Stuart McMillan MSP joined Aberlour Child Care Trust in the Scottish Parliament recently, giving their support to the charity’s ‘No Bad Ends’ campaign. The campaign was launched following research that shows young people from the most deprived communities in Inverclyde are up to three times more likely to die before they reach their 25th birthday. […]

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Local MSP visits Hawkhead in bid to improve support for visually impaired veterans in Inverclyde

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP, Stuart McMillan, visited Scottish War Blinded’s Hawkhead Centre in Paisley on Tuesday 22 October 2019 along with representatives from Inverclyde HSCP to help improve referral rates for visually impaired veterans living in Inverclyde. Stuart, who is the Convenor of the Scottish Parliament’s Cross-Party Group for Visual Impairment, has been working with […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP urges local employers to use charity’s toolkit to improve recruitment and support for deaf staff

Stuart McMillan MSP is urging local employers to use a charity’s toolkit, which has been produced to help organisations break down barriers facing jobseekers or employees who are Deaf or have a hearing loss. The MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde is backing Action on Hearing Loss Scotland’s Working for Change campaign influencing businesses to provide […]

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Local MSP puts eye health on the table in Inverclyde

Stuart McMillan MSP will be visiting local cafés and pubs next week with an important message in sight. He will be helping RNIB Scotland mark National Eye Health Week (23-29 September) by urging people to go for a free eye examination at their local optometrist. To highlight the message, RNIB Scotland has produced a series […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP supports Marie Curie

Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde is joining Marie Curie’s call to throw a Blooming Great Tea Party and raise money to support people living with a terminal illness and their loved ones. On Friday 23 August between 10am-12noon, Stuart is hosting a tea party in his constituency office at 26 Grey Place, Greenock, […]

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SNP MSP visits RNIB Connect Community Cafe

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP Stuart McMillan visited a café with a difference on Wednesday [June 19th]. Located within the Edinburgh headquarters of sight loss charity RNIB Scotland, the Connect Community Café is staffed by people who are blind or partially sighted. As chair of the Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Visual Impairment, Stuart has […]

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Inverclyde benefits from over £1.3m CashBack for Communities funding

Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde has welcomed the news that Inverclyde has received £1,342,029 (£1.34m) in CashBack for Communities funding since the Scottish Government Programme was introduced in 2008. The CashBack for Communities scheme reinvests criminal assets into community projects that support young people into positive destinations, diverting some away from potentially criminal […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP backs Marie Curie call

Stuart McMillan MSP has lent his support to help improve the lives of people in Scotland living with terminal illness. Meeting with representatives from Marie Curie, the terminal illness charity, Stuart was interested to hear about efforts to ensure that everyone should get the care and support they need at the end of life. Marie […]

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MSPs pledge to fight MS during MS Awareness Week

This Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Awareness Week (22-28 April), MS Society Scotland were in the Scottish Parliament to raise awareness of the important role research plays in the lives of people affected by MS. MS affects more than 11,000 people in Scotland and can cause problems with how we walk, move, see, think and feel. But […]

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Two Inverclyde groups benefit from Climate Change Fund

Stuart McMillan MSP has welcomed the news that two Inverclyde groups have received a share of almost £300,000 in Scottish Government funding for 2019-2021. Inverclyde Association for Mental Health and Belville Community Garden Trust have been awarded £185,316 and £149,791 from the latest round of the Climate Challenge Fund, respectively. Inverclyde Association for Mental Health, […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP backs Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal

Stuart McMillan MSP lent his support to Marie Curie’s big fundraising appeal month, the Great Daffodil Appeal, at an event at Scottish Parliament recently. Meeting with staff and volunteers from Marie Curie, the Greenock and Inverclyde MSP was interested to hear about care and support provided to people living with terminal illness in Scotland. Marie […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP lodges Industrial Diseases Bill

Today, Stuart McMillan MSP lodged his Proposed Recovery of Medical Costs for Industrial Disease (Scotland) Bill, which aims to enable Scottish Ministers to recover, from the party responsible for causing an industrial disease, certain costs incurred by the NHS in providing care and treatment to those suffering from that disease. The Greenock and Inverclyde SNP […]

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Inverclyde MSP supports Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

This week, Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde is joining Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust in raising awareness about how women can reduce their risk of cervical cancer. In the UK, over 3,200 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer every year – yet it is one of the only cancers that is preventable. Cervical screening […]

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Mental Health Minister visits Mind Mosaic

On Wednesday 9 January, the Minister for Mental Health, Clare Haughey MSP, visited Mind Mosaic’s Children and Family Therapies Service at the request of Greenock and Inverclyde MSP, Stuart McMillan. The visit came about after Stuart visited Mind Mosaic’s premises at Ladyburn Business Centre in October last year, as he wrote to the Minister about […]

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Local MSP hosts Ocean Youth Trust Scotland in Parliament

Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde hosted Greenock-based youth work charity, Ocean Youth Trust Scotland (OYTS), in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday evening for an event to celebrate the success of their On Course with Cashback programme. OYTS offer residential sailing voyages to young people aged 12-25 to realise their true potential, and are […]

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