A team from Glasgow Archeological Research Division (GUARD) are plumbing the depths of a medieval drain in the grounds of the 14th century Paisley Abbey, in Renfrewshire, Scotland. The dig is jointly part of Scottish Archaeology Month and Doors Open Day Scotland – an annual event that allows the public free access to otherwise off-limits buildings, historical and modern, across the country throughout September. Michael Fediginan, who runs the local interest website Paisley.org.uk, has been on hand to photograph and record the excavation, and gave Heritage Key an insight into progress so far. read more “text from Heritage Key”
Explore Lochwinnoch’s history and legends through a new digital story collection18/06/2021 - 3:00 pm
A collection of short stories inspired by the Lochwinnoch countryside have launched online this week, thanks to funding received from Renfrewshire Council. ‘Tales from Ochwinnay’, created by local authors Lyn McNicol and Laura Jackson, was designed to provide a free story-telling resource for children across Renfrewshire, helping to nurture reading skills during a time where […]
Renfrew and Paisley Common Good Funds agree ethical investment policies17/06/2021 - 6:15 pm
Renfrew and Paisley’s Common Good Funds have set out revised investment policies which will ensure all investments are ethical and environmentally friendly. There will be no direct investment in fossil fuel stocks, namely oil, gas and coal, as part of the Council’s pledge to consider climate change in all decision making moving forward. This adds […]
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