Video: A brilliant example of how to use petitions to bring a cause to Parliament.
Ralph Riddiough (@RalphLRiddiough) raised the petition on Free Instrumental Music Services. These video clips are Mr Riddiough’s introduction at The Public Petitions Committee on Thursday 13 September.
Ralph Riddiough is an amateur trombone player and has two children having instrumental tuition in South Ayrshire. The core of this is that instrumental music tuition is part of the curriculum and asking families to pay means part of a child's education has a fee attached.
The petition was supported by Mick Cooke, @toomanycookes1, Composer & musician (former member of Belle & Sebastian). Alison Reeves of Making Music Scotland @MakingMusic_SC, who represent amateur music sectors, also gave support to the petition.
Watch the full committee online here. This post contain information licenced under the Scottish Parliament Copyright Licence.
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