Stacey Holmes, 27 year old singer/song writer has come along way since her "Falkirk bad girl goes good days" just only 4 years ago Stacey moved to London after getting a place at the British Academy of new music. Before too long Stacey had major headaches that turned out to be a benign brain tumour, in 2016 this was successfully removed and by August of that year, aged just 25, Stacey become CEO of her first business.
In January 2018 Stacey got the ALL CLEAR and soon began to realise she didn't know much about the music business and she has returned to Glasgow kelvin college with her head held very high with all her personal achievements and successes, and now she is off to parliament on the 12th of December.
First of all on Wednesday the 5th of December a documentary, featuring Stacey, will be premiered at the CCA in Glasgow as part of the BEMIS / GRAMnet (Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network) film series.
Then on the 12th she will attend a reception in the garden lobby of the Scottish Parliament to celebrate the 70th anniversary signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The event is being sponsored by Gail Ross MSP and will be opened by Minister for Equalities Christina McKelvie.
Our congratulations go to Stacey.