Here are a selection of local websites you can visit. As we add more we will sort them into septate/more categories.
Renfrew Burgh Band – Go to site
Scottish brass band based in Renfrew. Formed in 1911, Renfrew Burgh Band is one of the few bands still playing in the Renfrewshire area.
Sugar Radio – Go to site
Sugar Radio is one of the world’s leading online radio stations, broadcasting live 24 hours a day, seven days a week and currently averaging 20,000+ listeners every week. Based here in Johnstone, Renfrewshire in the west of Scotland, the Sugar Radio team comprises the best in new DJ and producer talent playing everything you want to hear from dusk til dawn. We pride ourselves on our diverse range of programming taking in everything from the latest chart hits to classics from the decades; pop, R’n’B, hip-hop, hard rock, soul, electronica, dance, indie, country and more.
Paisley.org – Go to site
From news updates, the latest Paisley Photographs and videos and all the local events to Events and local community information, our site has it all.
Elderslie Community Council – Go to site
Website for the local community council.
Paisley Independent – Go to site
News from local Paisley North West SNP Councillors Kenny and Mags MacLaren.
Paisley Message Boards – Go to site
Chat to other buddies in this local news and general opinion and views message board.
Paisley Photographic Society – Go to site
Paisley Photographic Society is the oldest photography club in Scotland and was founded in 1857. New members welcome, new members night first Monday of every month.
Paisley Photographs – Go to site
The photos on this site are buildings such as Paisley Abbey, Thomas Coats Memorial Church and St Mirin Cathedral as well as lots of other fascinating buildings containing items from our thread-making and weaving heritage such as Anchor Mill next to the Hammills waterfall, Paisley Museum, Sma’ Shot cottages and lots more. The Town has been at the centre of a lot of Scotland’s history too with Kings and Queens visiting the town frequently through the centuries’ and rich Thread Mill owners who left a legacy to the town.
Paisley has been photographed by so many over the years, when people move away from the town and look back at Paisley photographs they say to themselves “Isn’t Paisley beautiful? It was never like that when I was there”… A lot of people live all their lives in the same place and don’t notice the architecture, it’s only when they come back after a period away that they really appreciate what we have in our town.
The aim of Paisley Photographs and Paisley.org.uk has always been to promote a positive image of the town and what better way than snapping our own heritage and buildings. We have a thriving photo gallery on this site and we have always had a policy of encouraging people to share but to give us a mention if they don’t mind, thus spreading the positivity.
This attitude has always been successful and now you can own any of our photographs without any restrictions on how you use them. We have framed prints and canvas prints as well as digital downloads so you can share them with friends or put a nice photograph of Paisley Abbey in your reception area or living area, show Paisley off to everyone.
Renfrewshire Libraries – Go to site
The website for all of Renfrewshire’s Libraries. You can order books on this site or extend a book you’ve borrowed.
LOCAL COUNCILLORS (Renfrewshire Council)
Here is a link to the Renfrewshire Council Contact Page for every Councillor.
Councillor Alexander Murrin
Councillor Allan Noon
Councillor Andy Doig
Councillor Audrey Doig
Councillor Bill Brown
Councillor Bill Perrie
Councillor Brian Lawson
Councillor Cathy McEwan
Councillor Christopher Gilmour
Councillor Derek Bibby
Councillor Eddie Devine
Councillor Eddie Grady
Councillor Eileen McCartin
Councillor Iain McMillan
Councillor Iain Nicolson
Councillor Jacqueline Henry
Councillor James Maclaren
Councillor James McQuade
Councillor Jim Harte
Councillor Jim Sharkey
Councillor John Caldwell
Councillor John Hood
Councillor Kenny MacLaren
Councillor Lorraine Cameron
Councillor Mags MacLaren
Councillor Margaret Devine
Councillor Maria Brown
Councillor Marie McGurk
Councillor Mark Macmillan
Councillor Maureen Sharkey
Councillor Michael Holmes
Councillor Paul Mack
Councillor Roy Glen
Councillor Sam Mullin
Councillor Stephen McGee
Councillor Stuart Clark
Councillor Terry Kelly
Councillor Thomas Williams
Councillor Will Mylet
Provost Anne Hall