Category: Paisley

Parents in Scotland urged to apply for School Age Payment

Parents in Scotland urged to apply for School Age Payment Marketing campaign highlights last chance for parents to apply. Eligible families are being encouraged to apply for the School Age Payment before applications close on 29 February. The one-off £250 Payment is currently open for families with a child born between 1 March 2014 and […]

Factor at centre of Paisley dispute ‘struck off’

A factor at the centre of a long-running dispute with Inchinnan Court residents has been removed from the Register of Property Factors by the Scottish Government. Apex Property Factor Limited was removed because the government no longer believed they were ‘fit and proper’ factors and the company had failed to comply with both the statutory […]

Stroke Association Scotland named Glasgow Airport’s Chaplain’s Charity 2020

Airport’s chaplaincy service and staff to raise funds for stroke charity this year –    Stroke Association Scotland has today (Monday 3 February) been chosen as the Glasgow Airport Chaplain’s Charity for 2020. Chaplain Chris Connelly and his team will be supported by staff from across the Glasgow Airport campus in raising vital funds throughout […]

Mirren Business Centres – Offices To Let

Mirren Business Centres – Offices To Let Mirren Court Three, 123 Renfrew Road, Paisley A bright second floor office to let at Mirren Court Three in the size of 255 sqft. Our office has central heating and lots of natural day light. The office has also a break out / tea prep area. Ideal as […]

Council staff choose films to show celebrating LGBT History Month

MEMBERS of the LGBT+ community network group working for Renfrewshire Council have chosen two films to be shown at Paisley Arts Centre as part of LGBT History Month. The film, But I’m A Cheerleader is being screened on Thursday, February 13 and the following night the movie, Pride is being shown. The Renfrewshire Council LGBTQIA+ […]

Keeping fit is child’s play for parents

PARENTS and carers now have an even bigger choice of fitness classes they can bring their babies along to while they work out. Renfrewshire Leisure has recently decided to make many of their regular fitness classes buggy friendly and that means those attending can take their babies along and have them by their side. The […]

Bargarran Primary and Mary Russell Secondary win Renfrewshire’s Fair Trade school awards

Renfrewshire’s top schools for the promotion of fair trade have been announced, with Mary Russell and Bargarran Primary taking home the glory for 2019. The awards aim to recognise the outstanding work carried out by local schools to promote fair trade in Renfrewshire and ensure young people have the opportunity to learn about how they […]

Artists commissioned for Glen Cinema disaster anniversary memorial

Two artists have been commissioned to create a public artwork to remember the victims and survivors of Paisley’s Glen Cinema disaster of 1929. Artists Kerry Stewart, originally from Johnstone, and Rachel Lowther, who were appointed in the 90th year of the tragedy, have been chosen to work with community groups to develop a tribute to the […]