Night in the Woods: Weird Autumn Edition announced

Narrative adventure game, Night in the Woods, is getting a new director’s cut called Night in the Woods: Weird Autumn.  The new version of the game will feature a range of new content, including two previously released supplemental games, Longest Night and Lost Constellation, which were previously only available as free downloads on PC. For those who already own the game, Weird Autumn will be a free patch available 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

Paisley Album of Culture

The talent was out in force for the launch of Paisley 2021’s official album on the evening of the 23rd of October, as performers aimed to sway the committee responsible for determining whether Paisley will replace Hull as U.K City of Culture in four years’ time. The launch, which took place in the ‘Spree’ tent, erected outside Paisley Gilmour Street train station, was the culmination of weeks of events in

Paisley named among the top 42 hockey towns in Europe

Paisley has been ranked as one of the top 42 hockey towns in Europe, according to the Canadian online travel agency Flight Network. The town, which is the home of the highly successful Paisley Pirates, was ranked 41st in the list of top destinations to watch a thrilling game of action on the ice.

Renfrewshire Council are holding meeting for those affected by suicide

By Antonia Karamanli Renfrewshire support group Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS) are holding an open evening for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The informal meeting will take place on Wednesday 22 December between 6:30pm and 8.30pm at the Wynd Centre, 6 School Wynd, Paisley. There will be a chance to chat over some refreshments tea and coffee for those in attendance. SOBS are a self-help

From Rolls Royce to Lapland for Cardonald Lollypop Man

Billy Hughes made the jump from Rolls Royce supervisor to Cardonald lollipop man 15 years ago – and hasn’t looked back since. by EMILY CAPALDI On the darkest and coldest of days, Billy Hughes brightens up the lives of the kids of Cardonald Primary School. Billy, 74, is a lollipop man who helps children cross Paisley Road West from the bottom of Walkerburn Road in Cardonald. What makes this man