Join us as we commemorate those who have lost their lives to mesothelioma

with a special video presentation.

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The presentation includes messages of remembrance, hope and support, a poem reading, our memory tree, a virtual dove release and a special item by The East Kent Rock Choir.

We understand that it can be especially difficult for those who have lost a loved one to mesothelioma. We are thinking of you, and if you need support, or someone to talk to, we are here for you.

Please contact our free helpline on 0808 278 2515 or get in touch by email


Share your message of support or remembrance and we'll include it in the remembrance scroll below

If you would like to create a dedicated Tribute Page to remember a loved one, we would be happy to host it for you

please get in touch for more information or view examples on our Fundraising Page

Thanks for sharing your message - we will let you know when it has been added.




Remembering Jim Harris
With undying, eternal love, forever, from all family and his many friends. You are smiling in our hearts X

Carol Harris

Remembering my gran - Nada Downs who died over 30 years ago from peritoneal mesothelioma. Miss you loads.

Rich Mullens

Remembering my adored dad Ron Searle. Seven months without you feels like forever. Missed by all so very much but we are all so much richer for having had you in our lives. Memories last a lifetime. Love you dad eternally xxx

Nicki Elliott

Remembering my Baccy (Ron Searle). We all miss you more and more everyday, a true hero and inspiration to us all. We love you to the stars and back forever and always x

Molly Elliott

Remembering Alexander Stokes (Alex), who died of mesothelioma on 14 June 2020.  He will be forever missed by his loving family and friends.

Melanie Stokes

I worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist at Medway until November last year and since then I have been working for LASAG. I would like to take the opportunity of remembering every patient that I have known with mesothelioma from my days at Medway and also all the new clients that I have met since working for LASAG. My thoughts are with you and your families today.

Denise Hodges

I would like to remember all the people I have been privileged to meet with this year & years past with LASAG. Also the people I have been unable to meet in person due to covid-19, but have managed to have phone contacts. Each & every one of you amaze & inspire me with the strength of spirit you show in coping with the daily challenges a diagnosis of mesothelioma creates not multiplied manifold during this pandemic. Thinking of you & your families especially today.

Yvonne Miah

I am remembering my father Hari Singh Bains. He died from mesothelioma 20 years ago. Not a day goes by where I don't think about him. He died as a result of his employer negligently exposing him to asbestos. But for the mesothelioma he would be here today. I am now a lawyer specialising in asbestos diseases at Leigh Day and I continue to strive to obtain justice on behalf of my clients. When my dad was ill there was no support group in his area. I know first hand of the work LASAG does and many clients have commented that LASAG has provided them with the strength and support to continue. Long may LASAG continue!

Harminder Bains

Thinking of all those we have sadly lost to mesothelioma and sending a virtual hug to their family and friends on this special day of remembrance.

Marika Townsend

Remembering Ron Oiller, my loving husband and soul mate who passed away on the 8th may 2020. Me and the boys miss you so much, it still feels unreal as the weeks go to months, we love you always xx

Simone Oiller

Remembering my husband Graham Randall and how he suffered with this cruel disease. Graham liked the times he attended LASAG group he met some nice people there, the volunteers are amazing nothing is too much trouble, Graham said it was nice to talk to people who had the same as him. Keep up the good work.

Christine Randall

Remembering my partner and soulmate, Andy Nicholson, who fought his battle against mesothelioma so bravely. He was the most wonderful, warm, generous and funny man who lived life to the full. Rest in peace, my love. XX

Louise Ellingham

Remembering Joe Cabrol and David Fiander both loved and missed very much ️

Nicky Howe and family

Hope you have a very successful mesothelioma Action day from London Hazards you have done some wonderful work over the last 12 months and no doubt you will continue to do so you have the absolute support from London Hazards in your working in your campaigning Philip Lewis Chair London Hazards

Philip Lewis

I have helped hundreds of people with mesothelioma over the 12 years I have been a support worker. Today, Action Mesothelioma Day is a day for me to look back and remember you all. It has been my privilege to meet you and help you. And for those of you who were alone, I will always remember you on this special day. Alison x

Alison Blake