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The Friends of Troon Beaches

That the Parliament notes the efforts of Friends of Troon Beaches, which is a group of 45 volunteers that formed in April 2017 to care for four miles of coastline in Troon and Barassie; applauds the friends' commitment to keeping this coastline clear of marine litter, including discarded fishing equipment, plastics and other beached detritus, and notes the calls for all to commit to continuing the work to change long-term behaviour, so that the littering of Scotland’s seas and coastline is brought to an end.

Supported by: Richard Lyle, Liz Smith, Ruth Maguire, Maurice Corry, Jackson Carlaw, Jamie Greene, Bill Kidd, Kenneth Gibson, Alison Harris, Miles Briggs, Jeremy Balfour, Gordon Lindhurst, Alexander Stewart, Edward Mountain, Donald Cameron, Margaret Mitchell, Graeme Dey, David Torrance, Murdo Fraser, Rachael Hamilton, Gil Paterson, Adam Tomkins, Liam Kerr, Clare Adamson, Jackie Baillie, Alexander Burnett, Brian Whittle


Current Status: Achieved Cross Party Support
Flooding in Prestwick

That the Parliament notes the long standing issue of flooding across several residential areas of Prestwick; understands that these problems have been faced by local homeowners over many years; notes that Prestwick has been identified in SEPA’s National Flood Risk Assessment as having a significant flood risk; believes that the flooding endured by local residents requires to be addressed, and calls on the Scottish Government to ensure that measures to deal with external sewer flooding in Prestwick is included in future investment programmes.

Supported by: Michelle Ballantyne, Tom Mason, Liam Kerr, Annie Wells


Current Status: Fallen on 29/11/2017
The Scottish International Airshow

That the Parliament congratulates the organisers, sponsors, partners and volunteers of the successful Scottish International Airshow, which was held on 2-3 September 2017 in Ayr; recognises the achievement of everyone involved in organising this international event, which attracted over 100,000 visitors to Ayrshire, and wishes the Scottish International Airshow continued success in the future.

Supported by: Liz Smith, Gordon Lindhurst, Miles Briggs, Ruth Maguire, Tom Mason, Jeremy Balfour, Margaret Mitchell, Edward Mountain, Peter Chapman, Stuart McMillan, Bill Kidd, Richard Lyle, Bob Doris, Michelle Ballantyne, Donald Cameron, Kenneth Gibson, Bruce Crawford, Jamie Greene, Maurice Corry, Stewart Stevenson, Liam Kerr, Colin Beattie, Alexander Burnett, Adam Tomkins, Tom Arthur, Finlay Carson, Jackson Carlaw, Clare Adamson, Maurice Golden, Brian Whittle


Current Status: Fallen on 29/11/2017