Category: Renfrewshire

Spree show with Carol will celebrate Paisley

One of Paisley’s favourite musical daughters is returning to the town to play this year’s Spree festival…and she’s bringing some friends with her. Carol Laula will open The Spree festival on Friday 14 October with a very special ‘celebration of Paisley’ in a Spiegeltent in the town’s County Square. The festival, now in its fifth […]

Preview – Paisley Pirates v Moray Typhoons – Sunday 16th Oct

Paisley Pirates are back in action this weekend as they host Moray Typhoons, who make the long journey south to provide the opposition this Sunday at Braehead Arena (face off 6.00pm). “Yes, it’ll be good to get back onto the ice for some competitive action,” said Coach Ian Turley. “Sometimes it’s good to get a […]

Saint Mirin Sculptor gets his wish thanks to Paisley.org.uk

Saint Mirin Statue Sculptor gets the recognition he deserves I have been reading on various forums for a while (thats myself Brian McGuire owner of paisley.org.uk) that someone who had years before sent in pictures of the Saint Mirin statue being created by Sculptor Norman Galbraith outside Saint Mirin’s Cathedral, Paisley had some issues trying to […]

Glasgow Airport passenger figures release

GLASGOW AIRPORT REPORTS BUSIEST-EVER SEPTEMBER 4.2% increase in September’s passenger numbers EU scheduled services up 12% Glasgow Airport has recorded its busiest September in 50 years after 934,295 passengers travelled through its doors, representing an annual increase of 4.2%. Domestic and international traffic grew by 4.2% and 4.3% respectively with major events, such as the […]

Interactive Exhibition Celebrating Paisley’s Past, Present and Future Opens at Paisley Museum

Part exhibition, part workshop and part digital studio, the new Made in Paisley exhibition at Paisley Museum is an experiment in creativity and collaboration. Drawing on the rich creative talents of individuals and communities across Renfrewshire, this is the first ever exhibition that is inspired and shaped by our visitors, with hands-on activities for all […]

MHAIRI BLACK DELIVERS WASPI PETITIONS TO WESTMINSTER

TORIES MUST INTRODUCE TRANSITIONAL MEASURES FOR WOMEN BORN IN THE 1950s Mhairi Black, and her SNP Westminster colleagues, have delivered dozens of petitions on behalf of their constituents calling on the UK Government to take immediate action to help the millions of women whose retirement plans have been shattered by rapid increases to the State […]

Champion Vet – Valuvet Plan

Save 15% on your vet fees – 1000’s of others have and are enjoying REAL savings on their consultations, routine neutering, blood tests, medications, pet foods and in fact everything we do! Join our exclusive Valuvet Plan and this standing discount will be added to your account. Paisley people find our prices very reasonable anyway, […]

Paisley says ‘Fàilte’ to supporters for its Royal National Mòd 2021 bid

Following its successful hosting of the Royal National Mòd in 2013, Paisley’s bid to again host the celebration of Gaelic culture in 2021 is already gaining support from the Gaelic community, including renowned musician Donnie Munro. Organised by An Comunn Gàidhealach, the Royal National Mòd is Scotland’s premier festival celebrating Gaelic language and cultural heritage. […]

Paisley has a roaring good time bidding farewell to town’s lions

  Paisley’s County Square was packed with lions, kids and families as the Pride of Paisley bid fond farewell to the town. Huge crowds turned out at the weekend to catch all 25 Paisley lions together for one last big party before they are auctioned off for charity. During their three month stay in Paisley, […]