David White, 16, from Dumfries.
'Shawhead is a small village with a T junction and a few houses dotted about. It's mainly farming but there is a recycling plant then the road. We were never bored growing up here and just built things. We made a duck tape boat that actually works. We were building sluices gate the other day to go gold panning in the hills. We spend holidays in the forest building dens and I have a garden up in the woods. I make a lot of silver jewellery as a small business in my shed and sell to people I know or schoolteachers or as birthday presents.
Quite often I'll go to Carlisle which is in England for shopping. If there was any border control that could be quite a pain. I have relatives down there and we use Carlisle as a shopping destination. England is local here.
I'm still undecided but I'm leaning towards 'No' as more of an emotional thing now. I've read the White Paper and I've been in lots of debates. I've come down to it that you could pretty much be independent and be economically fine but it's more about if you feel like you want to be Scottish on its own or part of Britain.
I have one more year at school. I would like to get into business or business and law. There's a good university course in Dumfries or I might go to Edinburgh.
I think my ambition is to do the same whether it's a yes or no. Quite fancy going into business in the middle east. Either way I want to be involved in business and some businesses are not happy with the idea of independence and starting to leave the UK is quite a bad idea. They say there will be more up and coming businesses but they might all have left and that might affect my prospects.
Lots of 16 year olds are not that bothered about it but there are a lot delighted to have the vote.