ANGUS South constituents were given a tour of Holyrood by their MSP, Graeme Dey, last week.
Voters from Carnoustie, Monifieth, Arbroath and Letham were among 34 people chosen to visit the Scottish Parliament last Thursday.
The group watched the First Minister’s Questions from the public gallery before being given a guided tour of the building by Mr Dey, which included the Garden Lobby and the Holyrood Chamber.
Mr Dey said: “It is always a pleasure to be able to give constituents the opportunity to see at first hand their Parliament building.
“The Parliament was designed to be as open and accessible to the people of Scotland as possible, and I would encourage anyone yet to see it for themselves to take the time to do so.
“My staff and I always try to meet with constituents of mine when they come to visit the building, and the Parliament itself has an excellent and well-informed team in Visitors Services who will help you with any query should you wish to come and see Parliament in action.”
The group is pictured here at the stairs of the Garden Lobby at Holyrood.