27 May 2024
  • 27 May 2024

Articles Posted by Paul

Paisley Arts Centre to reopen soon

by on 22 May 2024 0

The modernisation of Paisley Arts Centre into a unique and intimate performance venue and creative hub has been completed and will soon reopen to the public Work has been ongoing to transform the performance facilities, audience experience and venue space at the Arts Centre as part of a wider regeneration of Paisley’s cultural venues by […]

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New Renfrew Bridge hailed as ‘a gamechanger’

by on 6 May 2024 0

The new Renfrew bridge across the River Clyde has been hailed as ‘a gamechanger’ when politicians visited the site in Renfrewshire on 3rd May 2024 The new bridge is part of the £117million Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside project, being led by Renfrewshire Council and funded as part of the £1.13billion Glasgow City Region City […]

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Renfrewshire Business Challenge Fund

by on 30 April 2024 0

Renfrewshire Business Challenge Fund: empowering Renfrewshire businesses for success through growth and sustainability Renfrewshire Council’s Business Challenge Fund aims to bolster the growth and sustainability of small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Renfrewshire. The initiative with support from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund invited proposals from public, private, education and third sector organisations in […]

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Paisley Food and Drink Festival this weekend!

by on 23 April 2024 0

Paisley Food and Drink Festival returns to the town this weekend for a two-day feastival with plenty for everyone to sample and enjoy The popular event, which is one of Scotland’s largest outdoor food and drink festivals, will take place in Abbey Close and Bridge Street on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April, welcoming a […]

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Paisley Colour Photographic Club: pictures of Renfrewshire

by on 22 April 2024 0

Eddie Middleton from Paisley Colour Photographic Club expounds on the scenic and architectural wonders found on our doorstep alongside incredible images from the longstanding institution’s best and brightest Last year, Paisley Colour Photographic Club set its members a challenge to capture images illustrating the best of Renfrewshire. For many the immediate association will be with […]

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The Deceit: A poem by Bobby Motherwell

by on 22 April 2024 0

The Deceit by Bobby Motherwell They rise from the scrapes like windblown leaves, a deceit of sixty plus Lapwings. From white to black they flicker in flight. Pages of flip art motion. Escapees against a smothering sky. They mesmerise. Daring me to distraction to Goosander and Widgeon and Great Crested Grebe bobbing nearby. Spiralling low, […]

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Infrared Light Therapy: Tried and tested

by on 21 April 2024 0

Paul Dickson tries out the cutting edge Infrared Light Therapy technology available at Health Hub in Quarriers Village When I read up on all the benefits of the Theralight 360 Infrared Light Therapy, I was straight on the phone to Health Hub to book in for three 20 minute sessions. At 48, I was struggling […]

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Thomas Barbour: Paisley Popular Poet

by on 21 April 2024 0

Brian Hannan, local author and manager of Abbey Books in Paisley, takes a look at the work of Paisley’s Thomas Barbour Thomas Barbour achieved local fame in unusual fashion. His poems were exclusively published during his lifetime by the Paisley Daily Express. And he wasn’t living in Paisley at the time, so his works went […]

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Iconic Dinosaurs are coming to Paisley this summer! 

by on 19 April 2024 0

This summer, Paisley First are bringing Iconic Dinosaurs to Paisley town centre for a free and fun family day out Marvel at the amazing brick-built dinosaurs as Paisley town centre goes Jurassic from Saturday 22nd June until Monday 19th August.   This exciting free trail brings the fascinating world of dinosaurs to life using toy […]

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De’ Buddha Johnstone dinner review by Suzanne Oswald

by on 18 April 2024 0

Resident food reviewer Suzanne Oswald heads along to De’ Buddha, one of Renfrewshire’s most singular and diverse new eateries  When the Mill team first got in touch about my first culinary assignment of 2024, it was hard not to be a little intrigued. Traditional Nepalese food in the heart of Johnstone? From a multi-award winning […]

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