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Paisley and Renfrewshire Newsletter

06/12/2016

Shoppers entertained by Highland dancers

HIGHLAND dancers made sure everyone at intu Braehead was in step with St Andrew’s Day celebrations. Almost 20 pupils from the Paisley-based Christine E Aitken Academy […]
05/12/2016

Christmas shopping is child’s play

CHRISTMAS shopping will be child’s play this year after a new activity camp for kids was launched in sports and leisure centres throughout Renfrewshire. Parents can […]
05/12/2016

Paisley to host Scots Trad Music Awards in 2017

The Scots Trad Music Awards are to be held in Paisley in December 2017 for the first time. The news was announced by event founder Simon […]
05/12/2016

Todholm Primary School launches its first community café to the public

Budding entrepreneurs from Todholm Primary School have run their first community café after being awarded funding through Renfrewshire Council’s Dragons’ Den competition. The first Todholm Tearooms […]
02/12/2016

Scottish Labour leader backs Paisley 2021 bid

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has publicly backed Paisley’s bid for UK City of Culture 2021, in the latest show of cross-party political support for the […]
01/12/2016

Swimmers enjoyed dancing the Splashing White Sergeant!

Swimmers at Renfrew Victory Baths certainly splashed out to celebrate St Andrew’s Day. They took part in an Aqua Ceilidh with Scottish dancing in the pool. […]
01/12/2016

Kids bag themselves some great books

EVERY Primary One pupil in Renfrewshire has been given a bag full of books and fun activities to encourage them to read. Renfrewshire Leisure staff visited […]
01/12/2016

Young people’s Assembly wants focus on mental health issues

Mental health has emerged as the top issue for young people at a ground-breaking youth voice event hosted by Renfrewshire Council. Young people at Renfrewshire’s first […]
01/12/2016

Service of Remembrance for those who have lost their lives to alcohol and drugs

Renfrewshire’s annual Service of Remembrance for people who have lost their lives to alcohol or  drugs will be held in St Matthew’s Church, Gordon Street, Paisley, […]
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