Category: Paisley

Fairtrade Fortnight events kick off around area

Fairtrade Fortnight events kick off around area Schools and organisations across Renfrewshire have been trading fair as part of the nationwide Fairtrade Fortnight extravaganza. The event – designed to raise awareness of the scheme, which guarantees fair prices for producers in the developing world – kicked off on Monday 25 February and runs until 11 […]

Council Leader says Paisley rail timetable change is ‘too little, too late’

Council Leader says Paisley rail timetable change is ‘too little, too late’ Renfrewshire Council Leader Mark Macmillan has criticised a decision to introduce an additional hourly off-peak service running on Saturdays only from  Glasgow to Ayr Gilmour Street via Paisley Gilmour Street  as ‘too little, too late.’ A timetable change introduced in December 2012 halved […]

Come and Sing at Thomas Coats Memorial Church

Come and Sing at Thomas Coats Memorial Church This coming Easter we will be hosting a Come and Sing event to raise funds for the church. The Crucifixion by Sir John Stainer is known and loved around the world, with his lyrical solos to the flinging wide the gates (with tuba fanfares!). We last performed […]

Hot coal walk for PACE Youth Theatre

David Wallace walks the hot coals to help PACE Youth Theatre Paisley.org.uk would like to express our support to David Wallace from PACE Youth Theatre in his endeavours to walk on hot coals, please read below for more information on how to help. David says “I think I once said I would walk over hot coals for our Youth […]

Causeyside Street fire – latest

Causeyside Street fire – latest Demolition contractors working for Renfrewshire Council have started work making safe the gutted remains of The George public house on the corner of Causeyside Street and George Street, Paisley. Once the structure has been brought down to a safe level engineers from Scottish Power will move in to restore electricity […]

How to Make a Killing in Bollywood

NLP Theatre presents ‘How to Make a Killing in Bollywood’. Join us at Paisley Arts Centre on March 22 for a brand new comedy full of life, laughter, colour, dance, music and tragedy. From the theatre company that brought us ‘Singin’ I’m No a Billy, He’s a Tim’, How to Make a Killing in Bollywoodfollows Scottish […]

The George Pub fire damage, Paisley Photographs

The George Pub fire damage, Paisley Photographs & Video Fire damage to the George Pub on Causeyside Street / George Street, Paisley. Fire ripped through the building in the early hours of Sunday 24th February 2013; thankfully there are no reports of any injuries. Firefighters from Strathclyde Fire Brigade are dousing the smouldering shell which […]

Traditional Scottish design for the home

Traditional Scottish design for the home Whether or not the home is actually in Scotland there are plenty of Scottish designs that can be incorporated to create a feeling of highland living. Some of the ideas may mean a little remodelling of the home that is not always possible for those on a tight budget, […]

Air Malta announces charter flights from Glasgow Airport

Air Malta announces charter flights from Glasgow Airport Air Malta will operate weekly charter flights from Glasgow Airport to the Mediterranean island nation this summer. To meet demand, the Maltese flag carrier will serve the country’s only airport – which is situated near the capital Valletta – every Tuesday between May and October. The flights […]