Category: Renfrewshire

Paisley Pirates – Preview of Scottish Cup final

Paisley Pirates prepare for another huge game this weekend as they go back to Fife for the second time in a week to take on the Edinburgh Capitals in the final of the Scottish Cup (face off 6.45pm), and fresh from the massive disappointment of going out to eventual playoff winners Aberdeen Lynx on penalty […]

Glasgow Airport: Busiest March on Record

    GLASGOW AIRPORT CONTINUES MARCH TOWARDS RECORD ANNUAL PASSENGER NUMBERS   Airport reports busiest March on record  – up 9% on previous year Glasgow Airport recorded its busiest March on record after more than 660,000 passengers travelled through its doors during the month, representing an increase of 9% on the same period last year. […]

Paisley Pirates match report

Pirates were knocked out of the playoffs in the cruellest of fashions, drawing 2-2 with Aberdeen Lynx in regulation time before losing 2-1 on penalty shots, thus ending their dream of winning the SNL playoff weekend for the first time. They got off to a slow start and were behind with just under three minutes […]

Town Hall event will highlight Culture Bid opportunities for groups across Renfrewshire

Community groups and voluntary organisations from across Renfrewshire will be able to find out about opportunities provided by Paisley’s 2021 UK City of Culture bid at a special evening event at Paisley Town Hall on 9 May from 5.30 to 8.30pm. The event is the second of a series of community planning conferences organised by […]

Renfrewshire school experiment to be launched into space

A group of Renfrewshire school pupils are feeling sky-high – as a science experiment they designed is launched to the International Space Station this weekend, to be carried out by astronauts including Britain’s Tim Peake. The six pupils – now aged between 16 and 17 – were the winners of the week-long Mission Discovery Renfrewshire […]

Co-op band to celebrate music of the movies

Join the Co-operative Funeralcare Band for Night at the Movies, a celebration of the finest film music. The newly crowned Scottish champions, led by conductor Allan Ramsay, will offer a thoroughly entertaining programme at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Greenock, at 7.30pm on Saturday 23rd April. Tickets are £8 and £6 for concessions available on the […]

Art Outside – Paisley

Learn to paint/draw This is a paid event: £7.50 in advance. Meet at Paisley Gilmour Street station (County Square) We are taking the creative space outside. Embracing our environment and painting/drawing some great scenery.  Bring your own art materials and see our website for more details. We will be on hand to help at all […]

Lisa Kowalski Music

Lisa Kowalski has gone from busking on the streets of Paisley to performing outside Hampden, and has now just been awarded money via the Culture Events and Heritage Fund to create an EP. We asked Lisa to send us some information about what she has achieved via Lisa Kowalski Music. “Although I have had the opportunity to perform in lots […]

Five reasons why a successful website will always be a work in progress

To achieve high search engine rankings, a website has to undergo almost constant updating and maintenance from the day it goes live on the internet. Rather than resting on your laurels once your website is up and running, Kaburu recommends the immediate establishment of a proactive management system to ensure the site is attracting visitors. […]