Celtic Legend, Frank McAvennie, made an appearance at the Clyde ‘Cash for Kids’ event : By Stephen McCabe and Scott Bevan

Celtic Legend, Frank McAvennie, made an appearance at the Clyde ‘Cash for Kids’ event in Paisley last week as part of a campaign to raise funds for Scotland’s children in need in the lead up to Christmas. The event was the last stop on Clyde One’s ‘Mission Christmas’ tour which was the U.K’s biggest Christmas toy appeal and was attended by 20 excited children from around the local area. Frank

Paisley’s Purple Flag Student Discount Card Flies with Students

After securing Purple Flag status for its evening and night-time economy at the beginning of the year, Paisley’s Purple Flag has caught wind of some much-needed student engagement within the town. As only the third Scottish destination to be awarded the accreditation, the Purple Flag has prompted the creation of a Student Discount Card that aims to establish stronger links between students and local Paisley town centre businesses. The card

Paisley Passion not enough for City of Culture 2021

Hearts have broken across Renfrewshire as the news breaks that Paisley have failed in their bid to be named City of Culture. The announcement was made at the close of the One Show on BBC One by Arts Minister John Glenn. The bid had given Paisley a morale boost which many fear will now end as this result sinks in. Scottish Culture secretary Fiona Hyslop said: “Despite just missing out,


Thousands of Paisley citizens used their social media accounts yesterday in order to celebrate their 2021 UK City of Culture. The UK Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) encouraged the five shortlisted cities for the City of Culture bid to share photos, facts and messages of support on social media. Yesterday, Monday the 4th of December, was Paisley’s chance to get involved and celebrate by sharing content

Glow Gold September Campaign

A group of campaigners are appealing for the public to give up some of their garden space to join them in ‘glowing gold’ for kids with cancer in September. Public parks and gardens are being asked to get involved in order to create a respectable garden space where yellow and gold flowers will bloom to represent and raise awareness for kids with cancer during September 2018. The idea of the

Covering The Bases: Sports Podcast: Episode One

Listen to our first episode of our sports podcast called Covering The Bases. Sports editor Darren McConachie, Ewan Summers and Sean McAngus discuss all the talking points from Scottish rugby team, League Cup final, Sports Personality of the year and football. Follow us across social media: Facebook Twitter  

Reclaim the Night march Against Women Abuse Goes Through Paisley High Street

  People took to the streets in Paisley last night as part of Renfrewshire’s participation in a campaign against gender-based violence.The Reclaim the Night march marked the beginning of the “16 days of action” campaign for elimination of violence against women. A crowd gathered outside of the Paisley campus of University of West of Scotland at around 6 P.M. Some banged on drums, going with the theme of “March to

Jam Jar

The popular Paisley restaurant Jam Jar is known for its great service, food and value for money. But also for the creativity of the cocktails that the team have been serving since June. The Italian restaurant on Shuttle Street that has a 4.9 star Facebook review and a 4.5 star TripAdvisor review has an extensive cocktail menu, however serves ‘secret cocktails’ that are inspired by a range of different items