On the seventh of December 2017, Paisley lost its City of Culture bid to Coventry. Although this was disappointing to all involved in the campaign, it was not a fruitless endeavor. The people of Paisley and surrounding areas were made aware of – as Malcolm Roughead, VisitScotland Chief Executive, puts it – the “rich and fascinating creative history” the city has to offer and highlighted that although 2021 will not
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The ‘STAR Project’ is an award winning community organisation that promotes sustainable and positive social advancement in Paisley and surrounding areas. It began in November 1999, delivering both group and individual support to the local area and residents, with the goal of ensuring that a stronger, more connected community is both created and maintained. The charity is very proud to take a universal approach, meaning it is open to any
Deep in the heart of Paisley there is a Café with a 4.9 star rating on Facebook. This Café is not like others. It is a small escape from reality, where people can enjoy live trading card games, Comic book reading and general relaxing. The Café is called Comicrazy. Comicrazy has an extensive range of board games which are free for use by the public when a drink or food