Category: Paisley

Loganair aids sustainable developments for Paisley martial arts school

A Paisley Judo club is set to benefit from Loganair’s GreenSkies Community Fund, as the airline donates £662.76 to install insulation in their dojo. Photo credits: Paul Grady Rebecca Bradley Luke Lovegrove, Loganair And members of Clyde Judo Club  Currently in their 13th year of operations, Clyde Judo Club offers martial arts training for the community, […]

The 5th Paisley Book Festival programme is launched today

The 5th Paisley Book Festival programme is launched today announcing a stellar line-up of authors set to take Paisley by storm The 2024 Paisley Book Festival highlights at Paisley Town Hall include: Over four days, from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 April, Paisley will welcome some of the UK’s finest literary talent for discussions and events […]

OneRen offers a free adult swim for those accompanying kids under 5

OneRen has expanded an initiative designed to help more people to make a big splash across Renfrewshire’s five swimming pools. The initiative allows a free adult swim for anyone accompanying a child under 5 from Monday – Friday between 9am and 3pm. The promotion will run until 31 March 2024 and is funded with support […]

OneRen’s Spring Kids Camps are back – sign-up today!

OneRen’s Spring Kids Camps are set to return, bringing plenty of fun-filled action for children and young people during the school holidays. The activity-packed camps and sessions are running from Tuesday 2nd until Friday 12th of April at the On-X in Linwood and Park Mains High School in Erskine. These include multi-activity camps, fun football […]

Time for a Big Spring Clean

Renfrewshire’s Big Spring Clean is back for another year, with litter picks set to take place throughout March and April. The Big Spring Clean, which is part of the council’s award-winning Team Up to Clean Up initiative, will run from 1 March to 30 April. The campaign will see local people being supported to take […]

Seachdain na Gàidhlig (World Gaelic Week) organisers reflect on triumphant 2024 event

This year’s Seachdain na Gàidhlig (World Gaelic Week) drew to a triumphant close on Sunday 25 February, with organisers reflecting on the tremendous achievements of the 2024 event, which has been the biggest yet. Returning for its third edition, the global event took place from 19-25 February and showcased over 170 events across Scotland and […]

Designs revealed for play parks across Renfrewshire

Designs have been revealed for play parks across Renfrewshire that will be renewed in the coming months, as part of a programme to provide fun and welcoming places for young people and families. The £763,900 investment will see play areas renewed at Anne Avenue and Victory Gardens in Renfrew, Tannahill Crescent and Miller Street in […]

Paisley Museum’s community connections strengthened after securing £100k funding

An innovative partnership between Paisley Museum and local community groups has secured a major grant to further develop educational and engagement opportunities. Paisley Museum is currently undergoing a £45 million refurbishment – Scotland’s biggest cultural heritage project – and the project team leading the refurbishment has been working with communities and groups from around Renfrewshire […]

Howwood offer a warm welcome through the Winter Connections programme

The community of Howwood gave a warm welcome to Councillor Jacqueline Cameron, chair of Renfrewshire Council’s Fairer Renfrewshire sub-committee, when she visited their monthly coffee morning recently. The monthly event brings together around 50 people from the local area and is organised by Howwood Parish Church and Friends of Howwood Park. It is part of […]