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Congratulations to Ayr Rugby Football Club

That the Parliament congratulates Ayr Rugby Football Club on winning the Scottish Premier League, the SRU Championship Cup, the SRU National Cup and the Bill McLaren Shield in the 2018-19 season; further congratulates the players, the coaching staff, office bearers and the many volunteers who support the club on a daily basis; recognises that the club has 584 playing members, including men, women, boys and girls, including approximately 400 boys and girls from age seven upwards, and wishes Ayr Rugby Football Club every success in the new Super 6 League next season in which Ayr, Boroughmuir, Heriot’s, Melrose, Stirling and Watsonians will be representing Scotland.

Supported by: Richard Lyle, Liam McArthur, Alexander Stewart, Stewart Stevenson, Annie Wells, Miles Briggs, Maurice Corry, Bill Kidd, Stuart McMillan, Kenneth Gibson, Maureen Watt, Gordon Lindhurst, Jeremy Balfour, Jamie Greene, Alison Harris, Gil Paterson, Maurice Golden


1st Troon BB Pipe Band

That the Parliament congratulates the 1st Troon Boys’ Brigade (BB) company’s pipe band on being awarded first place in the Pipe Championship category at the 2019 BB Scottish Bands Contest in front of an audience of over 300 people on 23 March at Hutchesons’ Grammar School in Glasgow; notes that the band, which was formed in 1919, boasts an impressive CV with its name on every major championship trophy it its class; understands that the current band is made up of seven pipers and eight drummers; believes that music allows young people to develop both hard and soft skills and provides them with an opportunity to express themselves, develop their musical talents and work as a team, and acknowledges the hard work, skill and dedication displayed by the BB members and their volunteer instructors.  

Supported by: Liam Kerr, Miles Briggs, Kenneth Gibson, Margaret Mitchell, Alexander Stewart R, Edward Mountain, Liz Smith, Alison Harris, Michelle Ballantyne, Bill Bowman, Bill Kidd, Gordon Lindhurst, Maurice Golden, Richard Lyle, Annie Wells, Stuart McMillan, Maurice Corry, Jamie Greene, Gil Paterson, Donald Cameron, Clare Adamson, Ruth Maguire


Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/64)

That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/64) be annulled.


Current Status: Fallen on 09/05/2019
 
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