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Leading UK logistics firm spreading Paisley 2021 message

Paisley’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021 is now being seen across the UK – thanks to one of the country’s top logistics and construction companies. The Linwood-based Malcolm Group wrapped the back door of a trailer in Paisley 2021 branding – and are joining more than 150 Renfrewshire businesses backing the town’s […]

PAISLEY PIRATES 2 KIRKCALDY KESTRELS 2

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” admin_preview_bg=”] PAISLEY PIRATES   2 KIRKCALDY KESTRELS   2 Pirates sneaked through to the SNL playoff final after drawing 2-2 with hosts Kestrels during a nailbiting 60 minutes, before scraping through 2-1 in the resultant penalty shoot out, with netminder Graeme Meechan the hero of the hour with a string of […]

Paisley First artworks herald new arrivals at Paisley Gilmour Street

Paisley First is calling out to Paisley’s vibrant art scene once again, this time to produce artworks for four walls inside the town’s main train station. Paisley First would like to commission four artists to produce separate artworks for the walls on the corridors to Platforms 1 to 4 in Paisley Gilmour Street Railway Station. […]

Get Your Tickets Now for The SAY Award 2017’s Brand New Event ‘Live at the Longlist’ with Admiral Fallow, Mungo’s HI FI & Steve Mason

LIVE AT THE LONGLIST                                                                                                   April 2017 Admiral Fallow, Steve Mason (acoustic) and Mungo’s Hi-Fi to perform at ‘Live at the Longlist’, a brand new event exclusively announcing The SAY Award 2017 Longlist On Wednesday 24th May, The SAY (Scottish Album of the Year) Award 2017 Longlist will be revealed in front of a live audience […]

Renfrewshire project nominated for top national award

A pioneering Renfrewshire project which is boosting attainment and life chances for young people is one of the finalists for a top national award. Renfrewshire’s Joint Employability Project has brought together nine partners from the public, private and education sectors to deliver 18 pilot programmes tailored to the needs of pupils from the lowest income […]

The new stars of Storie Street

The past and the future come together to celebrate Paisley’s proud heritage in latest mural The latest mural in the Paisley First Wall Series has been completed with one local youngster taking centre stage in promoting the town’s proud heritage. Seven year old Eva Rose Ross from Paisley won the competition to be commemorated on […]

PAISLEY PIRATES-PREVIEW

It’s a massive weekend for the Paisley Pirates as they go to Kirkcaldy for the annual end of season SNL Playoffs this Saturday, and they face possibly the hardest possible task when they go head to head against the hosts, Kirkcaldy Kestrels, who qualified for their place after beating Edinburgh Capitals 10-8 on aggregate last […]

Cancer charity gets a run for its money

RUNNERS are being urged to help people affected by cancer by signing up for this year’s Paisley 10k and Fun Run. Macmillan Cancer Support is the race official charity partner for the third year. The popular event – sponsored by sports and outdoors retailer, Decathlon – takes place on Sunday, August 20.And already people have […]

Creative Scotland Chief Executive visits Paisley

The Chief Executive of Creative Scotland, Janet Archer, visited Paisley to see how the town’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021 is developing. Ms Archer was in Renfrewshire to see the final showcase of a school project run by national youth dance organisation YDance and to meet Paisley2021 Bid Director Jean Cameron. The […]