On Monday 3rd November the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee will hold a formal meeting in Perth on the Scottish Government’s proposed budget . The Committee will also hold workshop discussions with local businesses and take part in a question and answer session with students from local schools.
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The Scottish Parliament will be in recess from 11 to 26 October.
During recess there will be no committee meetings or debates held in the Chamber, but the Parliament building will remain open to visitors.
The next parliamentary business takes place on Tuesday 28 October.
Soldiers past and present are remembered in two powerful and symbolic art installations reflecting the impact of war. The pieces are currently on display in the Main Hall at Holyrood, after the Parliamentary launch of the 2014 Scottish Poppy Appeal campaign. Entry is free.
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How best to involve communities and allow them to influence decisions will be the focus when the Local Government and Regeneration Committee visits Dumfries on Monday 27 October. They will hold a series of meetings to hear what communities in and around Dumfries think of the Community Empowerment Bill, currently being considered by the Committee.
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