Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund launches £25,000 lump sum award
Charities and organisations have been urged to apply for a £25,000 lump sum from Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund to help provide a lasting benefit for their community. Read more
MSP praises new figures as Scotland’s economy outperformed the rest of UK
Tom Arthur MSP has praised new figures showing that Scotland’s economy has outperformed the UK’s in the second quarter of this year. Read more
Fashionistas jump into a bath of kiddies play pit balls
Bloggers had a ball at intu Braehead’s Autumn and Winter Fashion event… well it was more like hundreds of balls! Read more
Paisley receives support from around Scotland after culture bid legacy steps get green light
Ambitious plans to realise the vision behind Paisley’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021 have been backed by senior figures from Scotland’s cultural scene – in the week the ongoing legacy work takes several big steps forward. Read more
Morrison Construction cycles hundreds of miles to raise thousands for charity
Morrison Construction has raised more than £4600, cycling 1860 miles during a five-day CLIC Sargent bike challenge at the beginning of the month. Read more
Hundreds visit Coats Observatory as it bids a temporary farewell as four year redevelopment programme begins
Hundreds of Renfrewshire folk braved the weather yesterday to pay a temporary farewell to a much loved local institution. Read more
Johnstone Band win third place at the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain
Johnstone Band has won third place at the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. The band represented Scotland as first section champions at the competition in Cheltenham on Sunday 16th September 2018. 17 bands competed in the first section, playing a set work – King Arthur — Scenes... Read more
Paisley & District U3A committee members present Dumfries U3A with silver anniversary gift
Paisley & District University of the Third Age (U3A) committee members marked Dumfries U3A’s recent silver anniversary meeting with a special gift. Read more
New disability sports arena at Independent Living Show
Curling champion and show ambassador Rhona Martin MBE will open Scotland’s largest disability lifestyle show on Wednesday 26th September which features a new Sport, Wellness & Leisure Arena showcasing special needs sports. Entry and parking are free for the two-day event at the SEC, Glasgow. Read more
Museum doors are closed before £42 million refurbishment
The doors of Paisley Museum were locked for the last time yesterday before work starts on a £42 million revamp of the historic visitor attraction. Read more