Month: November 2021

A key footbridge across the White Cart has reopened to the public after more than 25 years and will soon form part of a new walking and cycle route from Renfrew to Paisley. Originally a rolling lift bascule bridge built by Scottish engineer Sir William Arrol, the bridge at Abercorn Street in Paisley had been […]

A memorial to the 71 children who lost their lives in one of Scotland’s worst ever human tragedies is to be unveiled in Paisley town centre next week. The Glen Cinema Disaster of 31 December 1929 remains known as Paisley’s Black Hogmanay – yet until now the town centre did not have a permanent memorial […]

Nominations are now open for the Provost’s Community Awards 2022. Please vote for Paisley Radio!!!! You can send your nomination using the downloadable form available here. The closing date is Friday 7th January 2022 – get voting!!!

You may remember that we won (yes!!! we won!!!!) the Radio Station of the Year Award at the Prestige Scotland Awards 2021/2022. Again, we can’t thank you enough for your nominations. We are now in the running for the award again for the 2022/2023 Awards, and would be delighted if you could once again help […]

Christmas is coming to Paisley town centre with a whole host of activities for all the family to enjoy! In association with Renfrewshire Council, Paisley First will be hosting free family entertainment each weekend leading up to Christmas in December with Festive Stilt walkers, Magicians, Jugglers, Balloon modellers, face painting, music and lots more! Get […]

A new woodland spanning 19.5 acres will be created in Renfrewshire with the planting of more than 1,800 trees in Gleniffer Braes Country Park. It forms part of the Clyde Climate Forest, a Glasgow & Clyde Valley (GCV) Green Network Initiative, which aims to deliver climate and ecological benefits to the Glasgow City Region by […]


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