Dundee residents who were one of the 163 Scots born on July 1 1999 are being invited to take part in the year-long programme of special events being planned to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament.
After Scots voted in favour of re-establishing a Scottish Parliament in 1997, the first devolved Holyrood elections took place on May 6 1999, with MSPs sitting for the first time on July 1 in the General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh.
Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh said: “The Parliament is keen to hear from the 163 young people in Scotland that share our birthday.
“We would like them to play a part in our year-long programme of commemoration.
“So this is an appeal to those July 1 babies to come forward so we can celebrate together.”
More details of events will be released in the coming months.