Category: Blog

Paisley Top Pubs for 2017 and older

On the 16th December we decided to find out which pubs you frequent and even call your best pubs, it wasn’t limited to today’s pubs as some folk love their old local. The outright winner was the Old Swan on Smithhills Street, so they have a wide range of old and new clientele so it just works, […]

‘Post Sexy, Post Truth’ new album out February 2018

Born and raised in Texas, USA; Erin Bennett has shaken the UK’s underground music scene since moving to Scotland in 2010. The award- winning singer-songwriter/guitarist received positive reviews for her debut album release, ‘ReFlowered’ in 2015 and stirred audiences with her promo tour in 2016. Described by Indie Pulse magazine as ‘Music’s Wonderwoman,’ Erin is […]

“Shine The Light” Campaign 2018

DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO DESERVES RECOGNITION? 🤗 “Shine The Light” Campaign 2018🕯️ We hope you had a great Christmas and New Year! 🍾🎊 A very big thank you to all who contributed to our charity campaigns last year! From fundraising, to food drives, toy drives and charity courses, we had our focus on local charity. This […]

PAISLEY PIRATES-UPDATE

Paisley Pirates fans rose to the occasion over the festive period as they donated a number of bags of new woollen articles such as hats and scarves to help make Christmas a little bit easier for a number of folk, and bring a little bit of cheer to what might otherwise have been a fairly […]

Walking challenge will take Bishopton Primary pupils around Scotland

Pupils at Bishopton Primary School are getting back into the fitness habit after the festive break. While many are putting their New Year’s resolutions into practice, P7 pupils have already started their challenge to walk the same distance as some famous Scottish landmarks. Building on their existing School Daily Mile challenges, the class will total […]

Communities urged to show their support for Fair Trade

Renfrewshire Council Leader Iain Nicolson is urging local people to join their nearest Fair Trade community group to promote Fairtrade in Renfrewshire’s towns and villages. The area achieved Fairtrade Zone status in 2009, after a campaign led by Renfrewshire Council and involving local Fairtrade groups, schools, churches and businesses, and the Renfrewshire Fairtrade Steering Group […]

Recycling responsibly in 2018

Renfrewshire Council is urging people to waste less and recycle more in 2018, paving the way for upcoming changes to the area’s waste collection services later in the year. Depute Convener of the Infrastructure, Land and Environment Policy Board, Councillor Natalie Don said the new year was a good time to consider what could be recycled rather than […]

Start new year on the right foot (or wheel)

Renfrewshire residents can experience stunning walking tracks and cycle routes right on their doorstep. From challenging countryside bike trails to village tours and urban walks, there’s options for everyone and no better time than the New Year to give them a go. Walking tracks across Renfrewshire cover various distances and degrees of difficulty, and many […]