Police called bomb disposal experts yesterday after an unexploded mortar shell was found sticking out of a path in the Braes.
The device that understood to be a World War Two mortar was found on a pathway on the Gleniffer Braes by a man who had been out for a walk .
It was found near a disused power station about 500 yards from Robertson Car Park.
The area was cordoned off and bomb disposal officers from the Royal Logistic Corps were brought in from Edinburgh who removed the shell after carrying out an examination.
The Renfrewshire HD Support Group have completed their annual sponsored ‘Walk of Hope’ in Erskine to raise funds for Scottish Huntington’s Association (SHA), the only charity in the country supporting families impacted by the degenerative neurological condition, Huntington’s disease (HD).
A travelling contemporary art gallery is coming to Paisley and Johnstone at the end of the month.
STAFF from intu Braehead have been volunteering to work at Renfrewshire Foodbank’s warehouse in Renfrew.