Category: Renfrewshire

Funding boost to improve attainment for care-experienced children and young people

Care-experienced children and young people in Renfrewshire will now receive additional support to help them reach their full potential thanks to a new fund. Renfrewshire Council will initially receive £359 thousand to improve attainment of care-experienced children and young people as part of the Scottish Government’s Attainment Challenge. The money will help expand and develop […]

Mirren Business Centres offer great value offices for let

Mirren Business Centres – Paisley, near M8 Jct 27 / Glasgow Airport MIRREN COURT, 119 RENFREW ROAD, PAISLEY MIRREN CHAMBERS,41 GAUZE STREET, PAISLEY Mirren Business Centres offer great value offices for let with car parking. At Mirren Court and Mirren Chambers your will find the perfect modern space for your business, at highly competitive and […]

Absent Friends

People who have died remain a part of our lives – their stories are our stories, yet many Scottish traditions relating to the expression of loss and remembrance have faded over time. ‘To Absent Friends’ gives people across Scotland an excuse to remember, to tell stories, to celebrate and to reminisce about people we love […]

Event cancelled – Paisley Fireworks Spectacular

We are really sorry to let you know that we are cancelling Saturday’s Fireworks event in Paisley. This is due to severe wind gusts and rain forecast for tomorrow and the rest of the weekend, which make it impossible for us to deliver the event safely.   We have been monitoring the situation closely and […]

Paisley Raptors

Paisley Pirates are well known for their exploits as one of the top ice hockey teams in  Scotland, but last weekend they ventured into the world of American Football to help out a local team hoping to boost their squad numbers. Off Ice Operations Manager Jackie Turley explained, “We’d heard that the Raptors were on […]

Paisley Pirates v North Ayr Wild

Paisley Pirates leave behind an unsuccessful campaign in the inaugural Stuart Robertson Cup competition as they start their assault on the league title with a double header this weekend. The club finished unbeaten in their section, but lost out to North Ayr Wild who had a superior goal difference after two draws and four wins […]


Pirates eventually wore down a spirited Solway side who for a long time threatened to cause a major surprise as the home side failed to click until the latter stages of the match. The home side were shocked in the third minute as the visitors went in front through Adams, and while Felix Huber brought […]


Gavin Newlands, SNP MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, has met with local Living Wage accredited employers to discuss their approach to fair pay for a fair day’s work. The Living Wage Foundation held a reception in Westminster this week to discuss its upcoming strategies and the need for the national adoption of a true […]


SEC ARMADILLO, GLASGOW The National Theatre’s acclaimed production of War Horse, based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo appears at the SEC Armadillo, Glasgow 15 January – 2 February 2019 as part of a national tour. War Horse is the powerful story of a young boy called Albert and his beloved horse, Joey, who has […]