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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Black Friday ‘Weekend’ Portrait Offer!

Yes, we’ve joined in with the black Friday weekend madness.
If you’d love to get a family, couples or personal photo session with a choice of 3, 6 by 9″ or 2, 8 by 12″ prints at the Abbey Mill Business Studio in Paisley.

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Take these 3 simple steps.

  1. Send a blank email with ‘Black Friday Deal’ in the subject to
  2. Pay via the paypal invoice we send you.
  3. Your voucher will arrive by post and is valid for 6 months.

Would this make an ideal Christmas gift or a great family experience?

Too right it would! Don’t miss out

Offer ends on Monday if it doesn’t run out by then!

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Digitalpict Photography

Digitalpict Photography

Paisley on the web would like to introduce our new advertiser Digitalpict Photography who are based in Glasgow Road, please see the following information.

Digitalpict Photography established in Paisley in 2008, with a Victorian townhouse location and dedicated studio set over 1000 sq ft on Paisley’s Glasgow Road. Brothers Thomas and John have a proven pedigree with over 12 years professional experience between them including both being shortlisted for Landscape Photographer of the Year. They provide a comfortable and relaxed setting for newborn, babies and family photography as well as weddings and take great pride in the end result being hanged up on walls all over West Scotland and further afield.

Contact Information:

19 Glasgow Road
PA1 3QX Paisley,

A Buddy Good Laugh at Paisley Arts Centre Photographs.

Father Ted actor and comedian Michael Redmond as he performed at Paisley Arts Centre’s dead sheep comedy club the other week as part of Dead Sheep Comedy’s ‘A Buddy Good Laugh’ at Paisley Arts Centre

All photographs taken for Paisley on the web by Alex Kyle Photography.

Sma’ Shot day Parade, Paisley 2013

Photographs of Paisley’s Sma’ Shot day parade 2013. All photographs taken by Tracey Clements for Paisley on the web. If you would like to share you photographs of the day please send them in by email to plus the info you wish to be credited to for the photos.

St Mirren FC

St Mirren Kit Signing JD Sports Photographs

Photographs of the official kit launch in JD Sports the other day were taken by Anchor Mill Studio, our community partners.
Anchor Mill Studio help train up emerging new talent and give their students the skills and confidence in taking photographs for photo shoots and commercial work.

They were on hand at the official launch of the new kit and signing session at JD Sports in Braehead.

Stunning Time Lapse photography taken over the town of Paisley.

For more of our videos please visit our youtube page by clicking here.

The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Paisley.

Photographs of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (5 SCOTS) parading in Paisley earlier. All Photographs taken for by Tracey Clements.

You can see a lot more photographs by visiting our Paisley Facebook Page.

Coats Observatory, Paisley.

Now you can see the stars at any time, thanks to a new digital planetarium at Coats Observatory.

The old and the new combined at Coats Observatory recently when Scotland’s oldest public observatory, managed by Renfrewshire council’s arts and museums service, installed a new £11,500 digital planetarium, purchased from the Thomas Coats bequest, which can be enjoyed by daytime visitors as well as those attending the popular night sky viewings.

The observatory has had a planetarium since the late 1980s, allowing visitors to view a virtual version of the night sky from the comfort of their chair. Recently the planetarium has been upgraded to a state of the art digital version. This can project thousands of stars in an accurate representation of the night sky, can show the constellations by joining up the stars and then add the constellation art, which helps to show what the constellation represents and how its shape is made up from a group of stars.

The projector can also zoom in on many of the objects too faint to be seen except with a powerful telescope. High resolution images of distant galaxies, nebulae and star clusters can all be called up at the push of a button, bringing the wonders of the universe much closer to visitors. All of the planets in our Solar System can also be viewed in incredible detail.

Councillor Mark Macmillan, Leader of Renfrewshire Council said; ‘Coats Observatory is one of Renfrewshire’s most unique buildings, experienced by thousands of visitors each year. The Grubb telescope gives visitors to the night sky viewings an incredible opportunity to view the wonders of the universe, but unfortunately our weather doesn’t always work in our favour. The new digital planetarium will allow visitors to learn about our skies at any time of the year and regardless of the weather. This investment demonstrates Renfrewshire council’s commitment to building on the unique assets of this authority and it is hoped that the new planetarium will encourage even more visitors locally, nationally and internationally.

As well as its ability to display the night sky the digital planetarium can also show films. These full-dome movies immerse the viewer completely as the image is projected onto the entire roof above their heads. The observatory hopes to expand the library of films available and develop a programme of shows which will bring the most up to date astronomical discoveries to our visitors in an interesting and innovative way.

Members of the public are invited to experience this stunning new technology, for free, at the weekly planetarium shows every Tuesday from 2pm to 3pm. Booking is essential and can be made in person at Paisley Museum or by phoning 0141 840 6179. Maximum of 15 places.

To find out more about Coats Observatory click here.


All Paisley Photographs taken by Alex Kyle find more of photographs on Alex’s Facebook.

st vincents hospice

St Vincent’s Hospice 25th Anniversary

The launch of the 25th Anniversary and £1m appeal for St Vincent’s Hospice took place on Wednesday 9th January at The Tall Ship in Glasgow. The event celebrated 25 years of care provided by the hospice to local patients and their families in Renfrewshire and surrounding areas and officially began the appeal to raise £1m in the anniversary year.
Names supporting the 25th Anniversary Appeal include broadcaster Shereen Nanjiani, STV meteorologist Sean Batty, and Shadow Foreign Secretary the Rt Hon Douglas Alexander MP.

At the launch, hosted by Shereen Nanjiani, a 3 minute film was shown about a local family receiving care at St Vincent’s and a hospice patient, family member and volunteer
Additional guests included Renfrewshire Provost Anne Hall, East Renfrewshire Provost Alastair Carmichael, members of the business community, and St Vincent’s Hospice supporters.

All Paisley Photographs taken for by Alex Kyle.


The launch of Paisley Rotary Club’s Quest4Talent 2013 took place on 7th January 2013 at 4.30p.m in The David Lloyd Centre Renfrew,

This is the 5th year of this highly successful competition which has already helped some of Renfrewshire’s most talented performers on the road to success as well as raising many thousands of pounds for local and international charities.

This year as well as the usual categories for soloists, groups, bands, instrumentalists, choirs and dance there are two exciting new categories; musical theatre and traditional music. The traditional Scottish Category is a particularly exciting one for us with the MOD coming to Paisley in 2013, and we are hoping to get entries from traditional musicians and artists in the area. We are taking entries from young people from the ages of 6 up to 25 years old from Renfrewshire and all surrounding areas in the West of Scotland. Closing date for entries is 28th February 2013.

(All Photographs were taken by Alex Kyle for )

This year our chosen charities to support are Street Stuff and PACE’s Abbey Road Project, as well as Rotary’s international charity.. End Polio Now. We have support from many local businesses and Celtic Music Radio are broadcasting the final for us.

The launch was hosted by BBC’s Sports presenter David Currie and David Wallace of PACE along with Rotary organisers an last year’s winners.

The Grand Final is on Saturday 20th April in Paisley Town Hall with the heats taking place during March at the David Lloyd Club and the Wynd Centre.

Entry forms can be downloaded on the website or tel Alison Walker on 0141 581 2193/2194

Last year’s winners were:

Overall winner and vocal 12-17 years winner – Jenna Milroy
Vocal 7-11 Rebekah Kirk
Vocal 18 -25 Robyn White
Instrumental 7-11 Jasmine Galvin
Instrumental 12-17 Rebekah Mitchell
Entertainment/Bands – Sinne ( Gaelic Folk group from Glasgow Gaelic School)
Choirs – Cardonald Primary School Choir
Dance – Gemma Lilley