Paisley.is aims to give you all the information you need to know about Paisley and Renfrewshire – as well as being the go-to place for what’s on in the local area.
But there are a number of other websites for local organisations that you may find helpful to use if you live in the area, or are just simply visiting.
Find out more about these websites and some handy links to visit them below:
Renfrewshire’s Council’s website provides news, events and valuable information about services for the area, including schools, roads, housing and making payments.
Renfrewshire Leisure look after town halls, libraries, museums, arts centres, sport and recreation facilities across the area. Their website has loads of information, on everything from fitness classes to the latest shows at Paisley Arts Centre.
Paisley First is a non-profit organisation set up to deliver a Business Improvement District (BID) in Paisley town centre. The group works with more than 600 businesses. Their website is packed full of information about the latest goings-in Paisley town centre.
Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce
Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce is the area’s largest business membership organisation. The Chamber is a fully accredited and active member of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce and the British Chambers of Commerce.
Paisley.org.uk is a community website promoting the thriving town by regularly featuring local news and sport updates, events and an archive of Paisley photographs. If you live locally, this is a great website for any Buddy!
Renfrewshire 24 is a community-based website focusing on local news, sport and events taking place in the Renfrewshire area. It even has a handy weather section.
What’s On Renfrewshire
What’s On Renfrewshire is dedicated to promoting events and venues in the area throughout the year – including theatre productions, live music and local group activities.
Some of our villages also have their own designated websites which provide helpful information for residents and those looking to explore Renfrewshire further:
Kilbarchan.info provides further information for the local community and visitors, such as attractions, venues, events and activities and businesses in the area.
This website for the village of Howwood provides community information, local history, galleries of places of interest and even some interactive games for kids.
Lochwinnoch Online is home to a host of local information, a residents’ forum and three webcams for live weather at the Muirshiel Centre and Castle Semple East and West. The website also has a section for Local Tales written by local people.
Set up by the Houston Community Council, this village website provides information about the area, including its history and community council publications.
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