Category: Renfrewshire

Paisley First VAT Deferral Scheme Update

The First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has announced that she hopes to lift the current Stay at Home order on 5th April with a return to the tiered levels system and a phased but significant re-opening of the economy from Monday 26th April. She stressed that a cautious easing of the restrictions was required to suppress […]

AGS AIRPORTS RESPONDS TO TODAY’S STATEMENT FROM THE FIRST MINISTER

Responding to today’s announcement by the First Minister, Derek Provan, chief executive of AGS Airports, said: “Yesterday the Prime Minister provided a clear framework for the safe restart of international aviation. Today the First Minister provided a clear message the aviation industry is not a priority for the Scottish Government. We received no plan or framework […]

Book a home delivery of your favourite read

LIBRARY members can now have books delivered to their homes for free. Renfrewshire Libraries launched the new service to make it easier for people to access the thousands of titles they have available. And as Renfrewshire Leisure’s Digital and Library Development Manager, Joyce Higgins says: “While people can’t come to our libraries, we’ll bring the books […]

Update from Dee Dental Paisley

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Clyde waterfront transformation can support up to 700 jobs

Construction of the Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside project will help to create jobs now, generate vital work for local suppliers and accelerate Renfrewshire’s recovery from the economic impact of Covid-19. That’s according to a new report being considered next week by Renfrewshire Council’s Leadership Board which sets out the Final Business Case behind the […]

Renfrewshire Council sets out first priorities of £1million climate change fund

A quarter of a million-pound investment in electric vehicles, a new standard for ‘zero carbon’ social housing and the restoration of peatlands are to be among the first projects launched in Renfrewshire as part of a £1million investment to tackle climate change. The Climate Change Action Fund will fund innovative projects and initiatives, support engagement […]

PACE YOUTH THEATRE WINS FUNDING FOR CREATIVE PROJECT FOR YOUNG CARERS

PACE Youth Theatre is delighted to be working with Renfrewshire Carers to create an exciting new project for young people in Renfrewshire. The project, supported by Creative Scotland’s Youth Arts Access Fund, aims to address the social isolation and lack of support faced by many young carers on a daily basis, and particularly this past year […]

Renfrewshire’s ‘Darkwood Crew’ join marine litter fight along the River Clyde

Local volunteer group the Darkwood Crew have become one of 18 anchor groups in Scotland who support Keep Scotland Beautiful’s Upstream Battle campaign. The campaign aims to prevent litter from entering the River Clyde and each group undertakes a key role by carrying out regular litter surveys and litter picks along the River Clyde or […]