On a sunny Friday in Cowdenbeath, Alex Rowley MSP held a charity day on behalf of the local Charity CHAS. Attended by many and visited by Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown MP (See picture below), Claire Baker MSP (picture left) and Jayne Baxter MSP.
Below you will see Alex Rowley MSP having a chat with a CHAS attendee.
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