Category: Renfrewshire

5 Steps to a Successful Business

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] 5 Steps to a Successful Business Running any business you will eventually have to deal with the grey area of ‘Marketing’. Every successful business – small or large – needs to market the company’s products and services. You can have the best products and services in the world but if you do not market […]

Dundee Comets 1 Paisley Pirates 3

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dundee Comets 1 Paisley Pirates 3 Pirates continued their excellent start to the season with a hard fought 3-1 win in Dundee against a Comets side which has traditionally given them problems in the past. In a scoreless first period, play was nevertheless flowing towards each goal, and both netminders were required to pull off […]

Midge Ure Live at Paisley at Town Hall

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Last night Midge Ure performed live at Paisley Town Hall and quite literally it was one of the best gigs ever performed in Paisley. One member of the audience said that this was his 6th Midge Ure gig and it was definitely the best. Paisley Town Hall was sold out days before the doors opened […]

Provost’s Community Awards 2015 open

Renfrewshire’s Provost Anne Hall is calling on local people to put forward their nominations to the Provost Community Awards. The awards, which are open from Monday 27 October, are a chance to recognise those people who devote much of their time to help others in the community for nothing or little in return. Anyone who […]

Mother Goose

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]It’s that time of the year again (ohhh yes it is) when JOHNSTONE PHOENIX THEATRE GROUP host their annual pantomime. This year’s family friendly show follows the story of ‘MOTHER GOOSE’ which is being staged in their temporary home of the new Tweedy Hall in Linwood on 22nd November – 29th November 2014 including matinees […]

Renfrewshire Council clarifies figures on violence against teachers

Renfrewshire Council has today moved to clarify figures issued in respect of a Freedom of Information request on assaults against teachers. A Renfrewshire Council spokesperson said, “These figures don’t give an accurate reflection of the position in Renfrewshire compared to other local authorities and don’t accurately represent the level of violence within local schools. “We […]

Two of Paisley’s oldest clubs are sticking together

Two of Paisley’s oldest clubs are sticking together for another season in a successful partnership that spans more than a decade. Kelburne Hockey Club is today celebrating a new sponsorship deal with the town’s Pro-Life Fitness Centre which is run by the recently launched Renfrewshire Sports Charity. Pro-Life is sponsoring the men’s 3rd 4th and […]

Stunning Abbey show helps top off successful Spree

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Paisley’s Spree festival closed at the weekend after a nine-day arts extravaganza …and organisers reckon the festival is going from strength to strength. The Spree 2014 saw around 60 shows across five venues around the town, including a specially-built Spiegeltent, with an estimated total attendance of more than 5,000. This year’s bill featured music, […]