Thanks to George McGrattan who donated his personal footage (this version we have created in real time rather than cinefilm, if you prefer the cinefilm version for posterity click here, which we extracted the Paisley bits, now the video starts in 1962 but that doesn’t mean when Paisley is in the camera its 1962 with Marks and Spencer being the key to the proper date… Again thanks to George’s family for this footage which is brilliant. It shows a walk from the West End of town right up to the Town Hall, the old Paisley Jail and The Thomas Coats Memorial Church.
- Paisley collective takes Roxana to the stage for the first time26/07/2021 - 12:21 pm
Daniel Defoe classic to be broadcast at unique theatre and film hybrid commissioned by Paisley Book Festival A classic 18th Century novel has been transformed into a play for the first time and will be broadcast in a unique performance in Paisley. Roxana – described as a morality tale like no other – will be […]
- 2 new online workshops starting next week for EVOLVE23/07/2021 - 1:31 pm
We have 2 new online workshops starting next week for EVOLVE. Priority will be given to Seedhill residents or those with a strong connection to Seedhill, but we’d be happy to welcome residents from elsewhere in Paisley if numbers allow. On Mondays for 4 weeks, local textiles artist Sharron McGrady will be leading sessions on […]
- West College Scotland becomes first Scottish college to achieve Carers Federation Quality Standard23/07/2021 - 1:25 pm
West College Scotland (WCS) has become the first Scottish college to achieve the Carers Federation Quality Standard in Carer Support (QSCS) accreditation. WCS is committed to ensuring young adult carers in the west of Scotland have the same opportunities and access to high quality Further Education as those without care responsibilities. Young adult carers make […]