Staff from Bank of Scotland have raised money for some great causes after they climbed Ben Lomond.
Workers from our local Johnstone and Bridge of Weir ranches completed the climb, along with colleagues from a branch in Beith.
Eleven bank staff in total took part in the trip that took 4 hours to complete.
Fiona Shaw told local newspaper, The Paisley Daily Express that the weather wasn’t the greatest that day but achieved what they set out to do that day.
“It gave the group a great sense of satisfaction to know we are doing all of this for wonderful charities.”
The money raised will go to Alzheimer Scotland and the Marten’s Progress charity that was set up to help local boy Marten McFee, 3 from Kilbarchan.
You can still make donations to this great cause Band of Scotland branches in Johnstone and Bridge of Weir.
Renfrewshire’s two MP’s have blasted the Boundary Commission for Scotland and their proposals to shake-up our parliamentary constituencies.
Mhairi Black, SNP MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire South has explained Universal Credit ‘to those who don’t understand politics’ in a speech in Parliament today.
Renfrewshire MP Gavin Newlands has welcomed the u-turn from the UK Government to end the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) ‘telephone tax’ on premium phone line charges.