The Scottish Government has now relaxed restrictions, and moved Scotland to level three, bringing significant easing of restrictions for tourism, retail and hospitality. 

You can read more about these measures and the very latest Scottish Government guidance here.

Under this move to level 3, hospitality venues such as cafés, pubs and restaurants can reopen, along with non-essential retail outlets, travel accommodation and indoor attractions such as museums and libraries.

Groups of up to six people from two households can meet in an indoor public place such as a café, pub or restaurant.

Six people from six households can also meet outdoors, in a private garden or a public place like a park.

Renfrewshire has a great range of outdoor attractions for exercise and recreation, provided you follow the existing guidance. Find out more about places you can visit in Renfrewshire here.

As local retail, tourism and hospitality businesses open their doors we would encourage those who can to support them by spending local where possible.

It’s vital that we all continue to follow the guidance and help stop the spread of coronavirus. Nothing is more important to us than your health and wellbeing.

The team

Each area of Renfrewshire has its own unique offering...

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Scotland's premier shopping and leisure destination

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I love the fabulous architecture - Paisley Abbey, Coats Memorial and the town hall, all within walking distance.

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I think what makes Paisley great is our history. We have the Abbey, the mills, the Paisley Pattern and some great architecture. We have great heritage in music with the Tannahill Weavers and other great singers.

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