Renfrewshire News articles on Gavin Newlands

MP poses in pink at Houses of Parliament to support fundraiser
A Renfrewshire politician added a splash of pink to his usual attire to support Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink fundraiser. Read more
MP backs campaign to ‘Make Blood Cancer Visible’
A local politician has backed a campaign to raise awareness of blood cancer and put it at the forefront of the Government’s cancer plans. Read more
Gavin Newlands MP appointed White Ribbon Scotland Ambassador
A local politician, Gavin Newlands has been appointed to a leadership role to help encourage other men to play their part in ending violence against women and girls. Read more
Fire destroys Robertson Park sports pavilion
A fire has destroyed a sports pavilion at Robertson Park in Renfrew. Read more
Renfrewshire MP visits Dungavel Immigration Removal Centre
A Renfrewshire MP has called on the UK Government to scrap its ‘inhumane, ineffective and immoral’ approach towards immigration detention. Read more
MP urges constituents to support Renfrewshire Christmas Toy Bank
Politician Gavin Newlands is encouraging people in Renfrewshire to donate to a local cause which helps provide Christmas presents to children who may otherwise not receive any gifts on Christmas day. Read more
MP attends Paisley CND stall
Local politician Gavin Newlands popped down to Paisley town centre to show his continued support for the unilateral disbarment of nuclear weapons across the world. Read more
Gavin Newlands, MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, is calling on small shopkeepers in Renfrewshire to enter the Best Small Shops Competition, celebrating the creativity of small shops and the central role they play in their local community. Read more
Local MP meets energy action group LEAP
Gavin Newlands, SNP MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North has met with a local energy efficiency agency to find out more about the latest work they’re doing to help people in Renfrewshire who are living in fuel poverty. Read more
Record number of students from deprived areas accepted to university
New statistics show that a record number of students from Scotland’s most disadvantaged areas have successfully gained a place at university. Read more