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.
- The 12 Days of Digital December: Reserve your free place now!30/11/2020 - 5:18 pm
Your Invitation to Join Digital December – free online digital training with Renfrewshire Chamber We are delighted to announce the launch of “The 12 Days of Digital December” delivered by some of the most knowledgeable digital experts around. Open to any business based in Renfrewshire, member & non-member the 12 days of Digital December […]
- Glasgow Airport to introduce changes to pick-up and drop-off facility30/11/2020 - 1:41 pm
Glasgow Airport can confirm today (Monday 30 November) that the entry fee for its dedicated pick-up and drop-off facility will be set at £4 for up to 10 minutes from (00.01) on Friday 4 December. The change is a direct response to the unprecedented economic challenges Glasgow Airport and the wider industry continue to face […]
- Renfrewshire Council 30 Nov 2020 Expansion of mass testing to get under way with Johnstone pilot30/11/2020 - 1:37 pm
Johnstone residents without symptoms of Covid19 will this week be able to find out if they have the virus at the only fixed site in Scotland’s current mass testing pilot. A testing centre will be open at Johnstone Town Hall from Wednesday (2 Dec) and has capacity to test up to 12,000 residents from the town over the following eight days. Anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Johnstone and who is […]