Ian Hay OBE
Jim is our finance whizz and is an ex-Inspector of Taxes and now runs his own part time tax investigation consultancy. Jim has had R/T and hormone therapy for prostate cancer and recently underwent salvage therapy when the cancer reoccurred. Jim is a very keen supporter of the ‘Fit for Life Fit for Treatment’ concept and regularly exercises. Activities include walking, playing tennis/padel ,using the gym and gardening.
West Lothian Group
Charlie is a retired Senior Civil Servant and after playing a major part in the re-organisation of the Edinburgh Group in 2004 he was asked to set up a new Group in West Lothian in 2007. Charlie’s passion is Heart of Midlothian FC plus travelling all over the world and attending shows and concerts in London. Charlie has had surgery for prostate cancer in 2003.
Membership and Website
Alasdair retired from paid employment five years ago, having spent most of his working life as a careers advisor. He had brachytherapy treatment for prostate cancer in early 2013, having contracted the disease at exactly the same age as his father had, 40 years before. Having a passable tenor voice, Alasdair performs in three choirs and when not singing enjoys movies, travelling, and battling the weeds in his garden.
Iain has lived and worked in the UK and the US. He was and still is in active in sport – he swam for Scotland and GB in the 1960's. Iain has worked in business, higher education, politics and fundraising and created two of his own businesses and remains active in several projects connected to universities, politics and sport and prostate cancer - he was diagnosed in 2008 and enjoys making a contribution with ELPCSG. He and his wife like music, film and theatre within the constraints of his hearing impairment.
Iain works in the Civil Service and has done for 40 years. He started in the Department of Employment and for the last 28 years has worked in the Registers of Scotland dealing with the registration of property. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2016 and was amongst one of the first in Edinburgh to be treated using robotically assisted surgery. Iain is a keen cyclist and enjoys taking part in long distance cycle rides. He also enjoys films and music.
David is a retired university professor (St Andrews and Durham) who has devoted his research career to understanding the visual system of the brain. He had external beam radiotherapy with hormonal treatment for prostate cancer in Spring 2015. His enjoys jazz, hill walking, and cinema, along with those depressingly rare occasions when Leeds United FC has a good season.