Seafield House the focus of motion on Scotland’s Historic Buildings to be debated in the Scottish Parliament on 20 February

FoSH members will be travelling to Edinburgh for Chic Brodie MSP’s members business debate at 5pm in the Scottish Parliament that has Seafield House as the focus of his motion on Scotland’s Historic Buildings:

Motion S4M-05003:  Scotland’s Historic Buildings

That the Parliament recognises what it considers the vital role that historic houses and buildings play in preserving Scotland’s rich history; acknowledges the efforts of the Friends of Seafield campaign in Ayrshire, which is attempting to secure the future of Seafield House; believes that Scotland’s historic buildings are a fantastic resource for the people of Scotland and will be for future generations, and acknowledges calls for public authorities to do all they can to maintain the condition of important historical buildings.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik, David Torrance, Kenneth Gibson, Jean Urquhart, Adam Ingram, Bill Kidd, Mike MacKenzie, Jim Hume, Joan McAlpine, Dennis Robertson, Gordon MacDonald, Colin Beattie, Brian Adam, Bill Walker, Rob Gibson, Roderick Campbell, Jamie McGrigor, Angus MacDonald, John Wilson R, Gil Paterson, Annabelle Ewing, Nigel Don, Kevin Stewart, Maureen Watt, Jamie Hepburn, Stewart Maxwell, Mark McDonald, Stuart McMillan. Current Status: Achieved Cross Party Support 

We thank Chic Brodie MSP for lodging the motion & are delighted that the motion has been selected for debate on the Centenary of Sir William’s death. All those who would like to reserve a seat in the Public Gallery for the debate, please book on the Scottish Parliament website (for the timeslot 4pm-6pm). The debate can be viewed live on Scottish Parliament TV.

Reception: 6pm-8pm Scottish Parliament : Yale Pevsner Buildings of Scotland

Following the Debate, this reception, arranged by Chic Brodie to focus on Yale Pevsner’s Buildings of Scotland new title “Ayrshire & Arran”, which features Seafield House, and other titles in the series,  is by invitation only. Please complete the Contact Us form for further details.

 

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