The ever-popular Johnstone Fire Engine Rally is set to attract another huge crowd in the town centre when it returns on Saturday 12 August.
Fire engines from across the decades are set to parade from Johnstone Fire Station at 11:30am into the town centre, ending in Houston Square.
A day of family fun then commences which will give people the opportunity to discover a variety of emergency vehicles from throughout the years.
Falconry, a bouncy castle and face painting will ensure kids are entertained all afternoon with a music stage hosted by the Fire Service keeping up the excitement until 5pm.
The event is being hosted by Renfrewshire Council in partnership with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Heritage Trust.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service will undertake a variety of dramatic demonstrations to give an insight to how they respond to emergencies.
Renfrewshire’s Provost Lorraine Cameron will be in attendance and will welcome all to the event.
Provost Cameron said: “The Fire Engine Rally has become an extremely popular event with the local community in Johnstone and I can’t wait to be a part of it.
“The chance to see the evolution of the vehicles and equipment which the fire service have used over the years is fascinating.
“The event provides just the right balance of providing an exciting day of fun for all the family as well as informing the public of important safety messages.
“It’s always fantastic to see the many hundreds of people who descend on Johnstone to be a part of the day and I’d encourage everyone to bring their friends, families, children and even their pets along to join me.”
For further information visit www.paisley2021.co.uk/events