On Saturday afternoon, a large group of students and young people went campaigning in Edinburgh for the 'Better Together' campaign.
The group was a mixture of young people from Conservative Future Scotland and Scottish Labour Students, as well as those of no party.
Aric Gilinsky, Conservative Future Scotland National President, was one of the group campaigning for the union in the capital. He commented, "It was a great day out in the Edinburgh sunshine bringing to people's doorsteps the positive message of a strong Scotland in a strong United Kingdom."
He continued, "I was particularly pleased with the turnout. It is great to be part of a campaign that brings together the young people of Scotland to show they are in favour of Scotland's continued place in the UK."
The event was the latest in a series of campaign days being held by 'Better Together' across Scotland.