Category: Renfrewshire

An Electric Week of Live Music: From Big Vern’s Funk to Paisley’s Best Bands!

Big Vern n the Shootahs are back at The Bungalow tonight and they’re ready to knock your socks off. Renowned as the ultimate feel-good party band, you are guaranteed a spectacular live show with some of the funkiest vibes you’ll have ever heard this nine-piece phenomenon. (posted Friday the 29th September 2023) You’ll hear a […]

Scotland’s Climate Week – Climate conversations helping to shape Renfrewshire’s path to net zero

National and local partners have joined communities for a series of conversations which are helping to shape Renfrewshire’s path to net zero. Key local, regional and national stakeholders joined Renfrewshire Council to scope out the actions that will support the area’s efforts towards becoming net zero by 2030, while also identifying the mutual challenges and […]

Winter Connections grant fund re-opens to community groups and voluntary organisations

Ahead of launching a new Winter Connections programme, Renfrewshire Council has re-opened its grant funding to support community groups and voluntary organisations to put on  activities from October to March. Winter Connections is a network of local places and spaces across Renfrewshire that are open to everyone and guarantee a warm welcome, where people can […]

Paisley venues to host late and live music gigs for Mòd Phàislig

Venues throughout Paisley are gearing up to welcome the Royal National Mòd to the town next month by offering a chance for visitors and locals to experience the very best in live traditional and Gaelic music as part of the event. Scotland’s premier celebration of Gaelic music and culture, Mòd Phàislig, returns to Paisley from […]

GLASGOW AIRPORT PASSENGERS RAISE NEARLY £10,000 TO SUPPORT LOCAL CAUSES

Glasgow passengers have raised £9,909.16 for the airport’s FlightPath Fund so far this year. The fantastic amount was collected at the end of the school summer holidays through the six cash globes positioned across the airport in which passengers can donate any left-over currency.  The sum raised by passengers has been added to this year’s […]

Blueprint for investment in popular Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park

Whether it’s water sports, wildlife or wellbeing, Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park is proving a huge hit, with increasing numbers flocking to the Park in recent years. The Regional Park was first established in 1967 and spans 265 square kilometres across Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and North Ayrshire. Around one million people visit the regional park each year […]

Players across Renfrewshire storm Beat the Street leaderboard

Almost 7,000 people have already taken to the streets of Renfrewshire walking, wheeling orcycling between Beat Boxes located on lampposts around the area to incentivise activetravel!The Beat the Street Renfrewshire game launched earlier in September with 2,269participants signing up on its first day, who with other players, have since clocked up awhopping total of more […]

Tongues and tails set wagging as mass dog walk takes place in Renfrew

Dogs of all shapes and sizes brought along their owners to a mass dog walk in Robertson Park in Renfrew to promote responsible dog ownership in Renfrewshire. The walk was part of Renfrewshire Council’s Take the Lead campaign and saw more than 50 people bring their dogs along to take part in the leisurely stroll […]

Stats reveal thousands of Renfrewshire kids had a summer of fun

Thousands of Renfrewshire’s children and young people had a bumper summer of fun, a report has found. In an initial evaluation presented to the Fairer Renfrewshire sub-committee, it was revealed that Renfrewshire’s new summer holiday activity programme—developed by Renfrewshire Council’s Fairer Renfrewshire team and local partners—had broadened free and low-cost activities across the area. OneRen […]