With the help, support and donations from Alex McKay construction, Colleagues of Diageo, the estates manager of Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Ross Campbell and Paul McAleny, Senit Foundation were able to refurbish (almost rebuild) a new family room in the A&E department.

The room was built in memory of a very special young boy Cameron Lindsay and was very kindly opened by his parents Paula and Scott along with his older brother Ross.

Camerons parents Paula and Scott and his big brother Ross opened the “Cameron Lindsay Family Room” in the Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Greenock.

The room is dedicated to a much loved and missed wee boy – Cameron Lindsay. It will be used as a room for the families of seriously ill patients in the care of the hospitals A&E department.

The room was decorated, refurbished and in some cases rebuilt with the help and support of Alex Mackay Construction and donations from Diageo employees. The foundation would like to say a special “Thank You” to the estates manager of Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Ross Campbell, Paul McAleny, Frankie McLaughlin, Alex Mackay and Diageo employees.