Richard Limb, director of Capita’s event health and safety team, was chairman of this year’s Scottish Event Awards.
As part of his role Richard oversaw the annual ‘Chairman’s Award’ which went to Ha Ha Comedy for its ‘Stand up for Clutha’ comedy event at Glasgow’s O2 Arena. The event, which was organised in just three days, raised £40,000 for the emergency services teams who risked their lives dealing with the police helicopter crash at the famous Clutha Arms that killed ten people.
Still Game star Ford Kiernan joined comedians Fred MacAulay, Paul Brannigan, Des Clarke, Bruce Morton, Gary Little and Janey Godley at the gig.
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