The weekend is here and there’s lots of great things to do in Renfrewshire.
Take a look at this handy guide looking at some of the best events, activities and family things to do in the area over the coming days.
Plus, make sure check out the Paisley.is website to stay up to date with what’s on across Renfrewshire all year round.
UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship – Netherlands v France – St Mirren Park – Friday 4pm
Paisley is hosting the UEFA Women’s U19 European Championships – one of the football body’s flagship European youth tournaments. St Mirren Park is staging a number of matches from 16 – 28 July, along with McDiarmid Park in Perth, Forthbank Stadium in Stirling, and Firhill in Glasgow. The next match takes place this afternoon at 4pm as the Netherlands go up against France in what’s sure to be a thrilling encounter. For more information, including tickets, visit https://www.scottishfa.co.uk/scottish-fa/wu19s-european-championships/
LEGO Bricks in Space – Paisley Town Centre – Now until Tuesday 13 August
Brought to you by Paisley First, take part in the LEGO Bricks in Space tour around the town this summer. Find seventeen spectacular models around local businesses, an interactive play zone and a selfie zone. The town centre will be divided up into different galaxies with special hidden items which will orbit different businesses within each galaxy on a weekly basis. Collect your Space Passport from shops throughout Paisley, plus both the Piazza Shopping Centre and The Paisley Centre. Find out more about the trail by clicking the link below.
intu Braehead Roller Rink – Now until Sunday 11 August
Have a wheelie good time at intu Braehead this summer. The venue’s curling rink is being transformed into a roller rink for the summer holidays. Suitable for beginners or roller skating pros, enjoy the biggest tracks under a giant disco ball at this fun event that everyone can enjoy. Whether it’s a Roller disco date, fun day out or for practicing your skating skills, the Roller Rink is the perfect summertime activity for all the family. Suitable for children aged five and up, the skating sessions run in two-hour slots from 11am to 6pm each day. Please note the rink is not suitable for under 5’s and under 12’s must be accompanied by an adult. Find out more by clicking the link below.
Seriously Silly Stories – PACE Fest! – Saturday 3pm
Don’t miss PACE Youth Theatre’s Fest! summer festival of performance arts experiences in Paisley. The programme is full of exciting performances and workshops, including Seriously Silly Stories at The Wynd Centre, Paisley where kids can try their best to make grownups laugh. This workshop is aimed at children aged 5–8. Find out more and how to book your place by clicking the link below.