Local landscaping and garden products supplier, Rukeri, are holding an Open Day for members of the public.

Rukeri, a brand of Salt and Grit Solutions Ltd, is opening its doors officially to the public during two Open days on the 22nd and 23rd March. The company has offered landscaping supplies to trade for the past year, and has decided to extend their product range to bring more choice and the same great value to the people of Paisley.

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Based at North Arkleston Farm in Paisley, the company is an ideal location to serve Paisley and beyond. Everyone is invited to the Open Days, there will be a bouncy castle to keep the little ones amused while the adults enjoy refreshments and have a look about the new landscaping supplies area.  The team at Rukeri has been busy updating the site and creating a colourful display area where customers can see all of the products offered in different mini garden concepts. This gives customers the chance to see the products in a real environment, helpful when looking for ideas to transform garden areas!


Rukeri specialises in premium turf, offering a hard wearing durable economy turf and a more ornamental yet durable lawn. As the turf is home grown requirements can be catered for. Other products include artificial turf, decorative stones, fencing & decking, huts, plants, barks and sands. Play bark and play sand are also stocked, perfect additions to gardens in time for the summer holidays.

Pop along to one of the Open days to see what’s on offer, support a local business and get great value for money at the same time.

Contact Information:

North Arkleston Farm
Arkleston Road

Telephone numbers: 0141 889 1455 /0141 889 1491



Renfrew Town Hall

Renfrew Town Hall

The newly refurbished Renfrew Town Hall was well worth a visit on Doors Open Day, money very well spent on this landmark building. The photos show the Main Hall and the Lesser Hall and the building is available for hire for weddings and other events. The modernised Renfrew Museum is also housed in this building and some of the displays change regularly.

All photographs taken by Anne McNair and allowed for use on

Paisley Arts Centre in New Street

Paisley Arts Centre in New Street

Formerly The Laigh Kirk, Paisley Arts Centre in New Street was very busy on Doors Open Day providing activities for the children through drama and handcrafts. The café was also open, serving snack lunches and coffees on a lovely sunny afternoon.

All photographs taken with parents’ permission, by Anne McNair for