Renfrewshire has moved to Level 3 of the Scottish Government coronavirus protection levels, bringing significant easing of restrictions for retail and hospitality.
As part of Paisley Food and Drink Festival 2021, Mill Magazine presents Taste of Renfrewshire - 'Coffee, Cakes and More!'.
As part of Paisley Food and Drink Festival 2021, Mill Magazine presents Taste of Renfrewshire - 'Good friends, good food - Renfrewshire's pub grub scene'.
Find out some things you maybe didn't know about Paisley with some quirky facts about the town.
Enjoy fantastic music, film, visual arts, creative workshops and masterclasses this spring with the Out of Place arts programme, brought to you by Renfrewshire Leisure.
The Burns Caup, presented to the Paisley Burns Club in 1814, is one of several ‘relics’ to remain in Paisley Museum’s store this year as the Club moves its traditional celebrations online.
Lasting about an hour, this looped route winds along the edge of Castle Semple Loch before joining up with the leafy paths of Parkhill Woods.
Did you know?
The University of the West of Scotland offers Scotland's only Masters course in songwriting and performance.
The Paisley Book Festival will return in 2021 with a fantastic digital programme of events to enjoy from Thursday 18 - Saturday 27 February.
Scotland’s first ever innovation district dedicated to advanced manufacturing is being developed in Renfrewshire and eminent engineering Professor Keith Ridgway CBE believes AMIDS has all the right ingredients for success.
On 29 December 1745, exactly 275 years ago to the day, the Jacobites led by Bonnie Prince Charlie issued a summons to the then Paisley Town Council to meet and account for raising a local militia against them.
It’s vital that we continue to follow the Scottish Government guidance to help stop the spread of coronavirus and stay safe in Renfrewshire.
Take a look at Paisley and Renfrewshire's stunning historic buildings and architecture with award-winning photographer Gary Chittick.
It has all the qualities of a major city, but still maintains the identity and charm you'd associate with a Scottish town. It also has a real sense of scale you wouldn't associate with many towns.
I love Paisley because you must have the only Abbey worldwide with an ’Alien’ gargoyle! #WhyILovePaisley
I've lived and worked around Paisley for the majority of my life and so it holds a special place for me - it'll always be a place I see as home. Paisley is unique with a great mix of people, places and events to enjoy throughout the year.