Paisley and Renfrewshire Newsletter


Ticket sales are on a Spree as Justin Currie gig sells-out

Tickets are selling fast for The Spree, with briefs for the annual festival’s signature show, Justin Currie with the Royal Scottish National Opera (RSNO), having already […]

Paisley Pattern conquers world…then is launched into space!

The Paisley Pattern has already carried the name of its home town around the globe – now it’s going out of this world. A swatch of […]

Gesture – Expression in Modern Art

An exhibition exploring how ideas and emotions are communicated through art, will open at Paisley Museum on Saturday 16 July. Gesture – Expression in Modern Art […]

Gavin Newlands MP supports Renfrewshire campaign for every child to join local library and share a love of reading

Gavin Newlands, MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, is supporting a campaign run by Scottish libraries and The Reading Agency to encourage children to take part […]

Piping event to bring European and World Champions to Paisley next week

Paisley town centre will once again be filled with the skirl of pipes and beat of drums, when the Paisley Pipe Band Championships return next Saturday […]

Bike & Hike update

Local mental health charity RAMH are encouraging everyone to fill the last remaining places on their 2016 Arran Bike & Hike. The event takes place on Saturday […]

Paisley Taxis added to ranks of supporters for Paisley 2021 bid

Paisley Taxis is the latest Renfrewshire-based business to support Paisley 2021, the town’s bid to be named UK City of Culture in 2021.   Renowned for […]

Scottish veterans receive highest French military honour Legion D’Honneur

Five Scottish veterans were rewarded for their role in the liberation of France with the awarding of the Legion d’Honneur- the highest French military honour. On […]

Glasgow Airport records busies June on record

4.4% increase in June’s passenger numbers Glasgow Airport, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, has recorded its busiest June on record after almost 950,000 passengers travelled […]