In recent years, Paisley has become a centre for the arts in Scotland including The Royal National Mod 2013 & The Spree Festival. Fèis Phàislig will inspire the next generation of children to play traditional music with some of Scotland’s leading musicians and tutors.  Gaelic for ‘Paisley Festival’, Fèis Phàislig will deliver traditional music workshops for children aged 8-18 across Renfrewshire.  Our event will build on the legacy of the National Mod and looking forward, contribute significantly to Paisley’s bid for City of Culture in 2021.


In support of this, we’d like to invite everyone to our fundraising ceilidh on Saturday, April 25th at the Wynd Centre in Paisley. It will be a fantastic night led by the Scotia Ceilidh Band featuring performances from local youth music groups.

Limited tickets will be available on the door. To reserve now, head to

Paisley Rugby Club Ceilidh

Paisley Rugby Club is holding their annual fundraising ceilidh on Saturday 23rd February in Glenburn Community Centre, Fairway Avenue from 7.00pm till midnight. (over 18’s)

Haggis, neeps and tatties and a finger buffet will be served and dancing will be led by ceilidh band ‘Calm Doon’ to help you to work up an appetite!

Tickets costing £15, full time students £10 are available from the clubhouse on Ross St – on the right hand side of Powerleague (pitz) – just ask for June Kir,  alternatively phone the club on 0141 887 5544 and leave a message because its not ringing ( waiting on engineer) or pay at door on night.  Reserve and collect on the night.

Paisley Rugby Club is the only rugby club in Paisley and relies heavily on fundraising so please come along and enjoy a fun evening while lending your support.

Find out more about Paisley Rugby Club on their website