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Quirky Things To Do In Glasgow : Purrple Cat Cafe

The Purrple Cat Cafe, at 2 Trongate, is Glasgow’s first and only cat cafe. The cafe, which serves coffee, speciality tea  and home-made dishes, is home to 21 friendly felines who roam freely. The cafe is housed in a grand building, which was formerly a bank, and  is set over two floors. It opens from 9.30am until 9pm every day of the week and operates in sessions to allow break

Quirky things to do in Glasgow: Hillhead Bookclub

Located on 17 Vinicombe Street in Glasgow’s West End, Hillhead Bookclub is labelled as one of the quirkiest places in town or as they describe their venue – ‘somewhere left and right handers can exist in harmony without fear of persecution.’ With its title, people are surprised to hear it’s actually a pub/bar/restaurant and not a library of some sort. The west end building is an old cinema that was

Quirky things to do in Glasgow: The Craft Pottery

When you think of Glasgow, it’s unlikely your first thought is an evening of wine drinking and pottery painting. Yet, The Craft Pottery is one of Glasgow’s newest art hubs and it’s a hit with the locals. Situated in the city centre of Glasgow, The Craft Pottery is only about a ten-minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. It’s an independent and contemporary pottery and craft studio with lots on offer

A Shopping affair

Silverburn Shopping centre delighted shoppers when it hosted a circus-themed evening of exclusive offers and entertainment last night with its Shopping Affair event that went on from 5pm to 9pm on 24th of May. The shopping centre played host to an exciting combination of static and roaming circus acts. Which included a spectacular hula hoop artist all the way from Berlin, Jessie Rose. Whom dazzled customers with her skilful performance

Renfrewshire CAMRA’s Paisley Beer Festival this month

Renfrewshire CAMRA’s Paisley Beer Festival returns to Paisley Hall Town for the fourth year running, from Wednesday 25th until Saturday 28th April.  Organised by the Campaign for Real Ale, (CAMRA) the festival will feature Scottish, UK and international ales and lagers to suit all tastes. There will be over 250 beers from breweries in Scotland and the rest of the UK.  Tickets per head cost £6 for general public and

Model Rail Scotland event

  Model Rail Scotland is the biggest model railway event held in Scotland and is a must for every rail enthusiast. The event has been very successful in the last few years of it running and came back bigger and better this time at the SECC from the 23th to the 25th of February 2018. This year the show was held over three days as it has been done since

Paisley Comic Con

Paisley Comic Con is coming back to Paisley Town Hall on April 14th for the grand finale to Paisley Comics Festival, a week of fun filled events all about comic books. The convention last year had over 2,000 people in attendance, all enjoying various events celebrating the art and culture of comics. This year’s edition gives you the opportunity to explore and discover new and exciting comic creations, as well

Gold Ticket competition

A Golden Ticket competition has been created to celebrate the launch of a new loyalty app encouraging more visitors to shop local this Easter. The Prize draw will see six lucky people winning £250 worth of Paisley town centre gift vouchers. Paisley First Chairman, Ian Henderson, said: “This is a great initiative to promote our fantastic businesses within Paisley town centre. When people shop and socialise locally they really are

The Pattern: Paisley community magazine is out now!

Happy Easter! The first issue of The Pattern: Paisley community magazine is out now and our cover is so colourful. All the work and graft from the designers who had sleepless nights staying up to  the crack of dawn has certainly been worth it . The magazine features something for everyone. There is articles about culture, history, sports and news. On the front cover it shows the stories that stand

Paisley Philharmonic Choir evening at St Mirin's cathedral

A musical evening featuring the Paisley Philharmonic Choir will be held at St. Mirin’s cathedral on March 18th from 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm. Conductor Harold Thalange is presenting a mix of choral music, Scottish ballads as well as show tunes, along with accompaniment on the piano by Tim Lambourn. Tickets are £10 per head. For more information please call 01505340292 or visit paisleyphilharmonicchoir.co.uk With over 60 years of performing