What’s On this weekend: 3 January 2020

Friday 20th December, 2019

Happy New Year everyone! We hope you all had a brilliant time bringing in 2020.

Here’s some great ideas to kick start the first weekend of the New Year with our guide to what’s on across Renfrewshire.

Plus, keep an eye on all the fantastic events happening across Renfrewshire all year round by visiting the Paisley.is website.


Public skating at intu Braehead – Now until 1 April

If you’re still feeling a bit festive and in the mood for some skating fun, then head along to intu Braehead and whizz around the indoor ice rink. Practice your skills, spend time with friends and family – but most of all, have fun! The rink is open with daily ice-skating sessions running through until April. Click the link below for tickets – children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.



Get Active Coaching Weekend Burner – Paisley Rugby Club – Saturday 4 January – 9am

If your New Year’s resolution is to get more active, then this fitness class will help you to feel healthy and have fun. Running in circuit format, you’ll be put through your paces using body weight exercises that are designed for all levels and abilities. This class is perfect for everyone – from those who haven’t exercised in a while and looking to get started to regular gym goers. Additional dates are available on January 11, 18 and 25. Limited spaces available – for more information click the link below:



Glasgow Clan v Sheffield Steelers – Braehead Arena – Sunday 5 January – 4:30pm

It’s been a quickfire run of games for the Glasgow Clan over the festive period – and Sunday sees the Sheffield Steelers return to Braehead for Elite League ice hockey action. Do you fancy being in the Purple Army to help cheer Clan onto victory? Click the link below to check ticket availability for the 4:30pm face off.



Winter walks across Renfrewshire

Another one if you’re looking to be more active and discover new places for your New Year’s resolution. Grab your walking boots and explore the stunning scenery and buildings in the area – from Scotland’s largest regional park and stunning nature reserve wildlife to landmarks along a town trail. Just make sure to keep an eye on the weather and wrap up warm if you’re heading out on a winter walk. We’ve picked a few of our favourites for you at the link below.