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New Paisley restaurant opens in Wellmeadow Street

Fancy an Indian? Well the Paisley Mirch Masala Indian Restaurant and Takeaway is now opened for business. Established in 2010, the Mirch Masala is a relaxed restaurant where you will be served by friendly and approachable staff. Where quality is our main priority, we treat everyone like family at Mirch Masala by offering a relaxed and friendly service and good quality food.

Opened 7 days a week 4pm until late, we offer both buffet and a la carte menu as well as offering home deliveries and takeaways. We also can offer outdoor catering for small events, just contact us for more details. We provide authentic Indian cuisine as well as European foods. From turkish kebabs to pizzas, We have a wide range of choice to suit all needs. REMEMBER to take advantage of our weekly offers!

With our qualified chefs with over ten years experience, we take pride in our food and we invite you to come and taste for yourself. Call now for bookings and orders.
Location:
28/30 Wellmeadow Street
Paisley, United Kingdom, PA1 2EA
Restaurant: 0141 889 1371
Takeaway: 0141 840 4000
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It is with regret we have heard of the sad passing of another one of Paisley’s greats, Councillor Jim Mitchell who sadly passed away at the age of 68.

From all the volunteers and visitors at www.paisley.org.uk we would like to convey our sympathies to the family at this sad time. He will be sadly missed.

for more on Councillor Mitchell please visit the Renfrewshire Council web page here

http://www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/ilwwcm/publishing.nsf/Content/ce-ng-press-jim-mitchell

(Gerry Rafferty Paisley Famous people section)

We at Paisley.org.uk are holding a week of tribute to the one and only Gerry Rafferty, please join in by posting messages below or to our message board and Facebook groups.

The Best known song is Baker Street a 1970’s Classic

The links below will help you to contribute to the week of tribute ahead of Gerry being laid to rest this week at St Mirins Cathedral in Paisley.

Here are the links to contribute.

Paisley Film Society is very much looking forward to kicking of another great year at the fantastic Paisley Arts Centre. 2010 was a cracking year, with 2011 lining up to be just as good.

To see us off to a flying start, we have been invited to attend a very special screening of Sweet Sixteen. Hosted by Radio 4, we will be in the comany of director Ken Loach, and writer Paul Laverty. It is also anticipated cast members will be in attendance for a question and answer session and a good old chat with the audience. It will take place on Monday 17th January at the Pearch Institute, 840 Govan Road, Govan, 1900 (doors open 1830). It is free but ticketed, with tickets strictly limited to 2 per person. For your chance to be a part of the audience, please reply by Friday 7th January with your details (name, email address noted, contact telephone number) and we’ll get it organised. Just a reminder that this film is a Certificate 18, and sadly we can’t have tickets issued for under 18’s.

Also coming up this year, other than a fantastic selection of films, is our quiz night. Think you know your De Niros from your DeCaprios? Your Laurel from your Hardy? Then get your team* together and head to the Paisley Arts Centre Bar for The Film Quiz on the last Thursday of the month (February – June). The Film Quiz start at 7.30pm.
(*team to be a maximum of 4 people).
Thursdays: February 24th, March 24th, April 21st, May 19th and June 23rd.

Our first screening of 2011 at the Paisley Arts Centre will be Breakfast at Tiffanys on Tuesday 15th February. Check our website for more details (www.paisleyfilmsociety.com).

The singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty, whose songs such as Stuck in the Middle with You, Baker Street and Get it Right Next Time soundtracked the 1970s, has died aged 63 after a long illness.

His family said he died at home peacefully with his daughter Martha this morning.

The Scot was born in Paisley, near Glasgow, played with Billy Connolly’sfolk outfit the Humblebums, and co-founded the soft-rock group Stealer’s Wheel, before enjoying a successful solo career. Baker Street, released in 1978, was still netting him £80,000 a year more than 30 years later.

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Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time..

Baker Street courtesy of Youtube…

read more about Gerry Rafferty here on Paisley.org.uk ‘s famous people page.

Here are some picture of the poignant service for the memory of the 71 young lives claimed in 1929 when the Glen Cinema disaster took place.

The service was presented by the Paisley Development Trust with the leader of Renfrewshire Council Derek Mackay, Provost Celia Lawson, Rev Birss and Bishop Tarttaglia all attending to give their support to the survivor’s to which many attended.

Pictures below is Robert Pope who is laying the wreath at Paisley Cenotaph.

For more information on the Glen Cinema please visit www.glencinema.co.uk

For more information on the Paisley Development Trust please visit www.thepdt.org.uk

All pictures taken for www.paisley.org.uk by our very own ‘westender’ you can see more photos at http://www.paisleyphotographs.com/