What’s On this weekend: 31 January 2020

Friday 24th January, 2020

February is almost upon us… and so is the weekend!

Join us for this week’s guide to some of the best events and things to do in Renfrewshire over the coming days.


The Absolute Jam – The Bungalow – Friday 31 January – 8pm

Don’t miss Scotland’s tribute to The Jam at The Bungalow this Friday. The Absolute Jam take pride in capturing the raw energy and sound of The Jam’s early punk roots, whilst delving deep into the band’s stellar back catalogue. You’ll hear everything from Going Underground and Town Called Malice to That’s Entertainment and much more. Perfect for the avid Jam fan and those only familiar with the hits. Click the link below for ticket availability.



Love bugs (& other wildlife) – RSPB Lochwinnoch – Saturday 1 – Saturday 29 February

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, love is in the air! On RSPB Lochwinnoch’s love bugs woodland trail you can see stunning scenery and learn more about how different types of animals try to attract a mate. Collect the ‘love letters’ along the way before un-jumbling them at the end to find a creature that the RSPB love. This fascinating trail can be done in your own time, with friends and family. Just stop by the visitor centre from 10am until 4pm and the friendly staff will get you started on the trail. Find out more at the link below.



Glasgow Clan v Dundee Stars – Braehead Arena – Saturday 1 February – 7:00pm

Glasgow Clan face off against another Scottish rival in Elite League Ice Hockey action. This weekend sees Clan welcome Dundee Stars – and the home side will be looking to secure a victory following a 3-2 loss in the last league encounter at Braehead Arena in November. Fancy heading along to cheer on the Clan? Click the ticket link below.



Don’t miss… Fun facts you didn’t know about Paisley…

You’ve tested your knowledge on all things Renfrewshire with our quiz (click here if you missed it) – and now you can find out some things that you possibly, didn’t know about Scotland’s largest town. You might be familiar with the town’s famous names, such as Paolo Nutini, Gerrard Butler, David Tennant, John Byrne or Pam Hogg – but did you know that Paisley is the birthplace of a number of ground-breaking inventions? Or that you can even see an Alien at Paisley Abbey? Have a read of these fun facts to pass some time if the weather isn’t looking so pretty this weekend. Just click the link below…