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Paisley food Festival

On the 11 September I have agreed to give up my spare time and trek across the Himalayas in India. This is to help raise awareness and funds for Maggie’s cancer centres.  The Maggie’s centres provide a comprehensive cancer support programme for people and their families affected by cancer across Glasgow and surrounding areas.  By the 23rd June 2008 I have to raise a minimum of £3,000 in sponsorship money. I have several events organised to help reach this goal including a Charity Race Night, street collecting and bag packing.

As this is a massive task to  take on not only for the amount of money to raise but also for the physical challenge I would be very grateful if you would consider sponsoring me on this life challenging event. By agreeing to this you will be involved in contributing to such a worth while charity.

To kindly donate please go to this website www.justgiving.com/lizlogan

If you require any further information I can be contacted by email on lizlogan1@btinternet.com

Paisley food Festival

Dont forget you can now see the new calendar online and add your own events to the calendar, simply click here to see the calendar or click here to send in your events.

Paisley food Festival

Friday 4th April 2008

The Shining City, Paisley Arts Centre, Rapture Theatre present a riveting, chilling, urban ghost story from multi-award winning author, Conor McPherson.
On leaving the priesthood, Ian sets himself up as a therapist. One of his first clients is John who, following the tragic death of his wife in a car accident, has repeatedly seen her ghostly figure. But surely it must be his imagination…
This humorous, haunting and fascinating play will have you gripped right up to the shocking twist in the tale., 7.30pm £8.50 (£5 conc)

Friday 4th April 2008

Kidston Kids Playgroup and Crafty Toddlers Open Morning, Kidston Hall, High Street, Kilmacolm, Would you (or the grandparents!) like to get involved in activities with your child? Are you new to the area and would like to make new friends? Drop in and find out how Kidston Kids can be fun for you and your child. To find out more contact Janet Johnston on 01505 612875, or Donna Hood on 01505 844901. 10am till 11am

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Paisley food Festival

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.