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Accordion Festival Saturday 18th February

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The National Accordion Organisation of the United Kingdom , West of Scotland Accordion Festival is being held in Glenniffer High School on Saturday 18th February.

This festival is open to the public for anyone interested in accordion music.
The festival competition is for Soloists (ages and graded), Duets, Ensemble, Musette, Scottish and Orchestras and these sections will be on throughout the day. It starts at 9.00am and goes on to 5pm.

Pupils from the two very successful local Paisley schools, the Brian Laurie Paisley Academy and the Graham Laurie Music Education Centre will be competing at the festival along with accordionists from all over Scotland …. to be the best in the country! The competitors will go on to represent Scotland at the National Finals of the NAO.
These National Championships are be held in Liverpool at the Adelphi Hotel on 27th-29th April.

For more information  on the Graham Laurie Music Education Centre go to www.grahamaurieschoolofmusicpa1.co.uk

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Concert Paisley Town Hall

Graham Laurie Accordion orchestra, with special guests Ian MacPhail and friends and Alastair Mcdonald

Call 01505 343 980

should be a brilliant night, book early to avoid dissapointment.

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Graham Laurie Accordian Band Annual Concert tonight

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Annual Concert in Paisley Town Hall, Friday the 4th December, please check out the flyer below for more information…

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Graham Laurie, Paisley Accordion Orchestra

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Annual Concert in Paisley Town Hall, Friday the 4th December, please check out the flyer below for more information…

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Glasgow Airport to be renamed Paisley Airport

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At last those in charge have now seen sense and Glasgow Airport is to be renamed Paisley International Airport as from next month, the move has been welcomed by Paisley Buddies worldwide and will be a unique way of putting Paisley, Scotland on the international arena for the first time ever.

Dr Joe King of Glasgow Airport said “Paisley deserves this more than Glasgow since Paisley’s brilliant and Glasgow is ……not as good as Paisley”

We spoke to a representative of Renfrewshire Council and Cllr I P Freely said “the town was awash with rumours about a possible take over of Glasgow Airport, but I can neither say these rumours are true nor are they false but the price of cheese sure is high these days”.

What do you think of the new name change?? please post your comments below and let me know if you think this will benefit the town.