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Gryffe Advertizer

Your Local Monthly Magazine for West Renfrewshire

Please note that events may be cancelled or postponed at short notice.

The Bridge Art Exhibition

Bridge (The), Bridge of Weir Main Street, Bridge of Weir

Exhibiting the work of Gary McIlkenny - featuring oil paintings with a mainly urban theme inspired by local scenes and his travels in France and the USA.

Inverkip – Wemyss Bay walk linear (8.3mls/13kms)

Inverkip Railway Station Inverkip, Greenock PA16 0BB, Inverkip

A walk from Inverkip via the Leapmoor forest to Wemyss Bay. Hopefully we will see lovely views over the Clyde Estuary. For more information contact: Renfrewshire Walking Network or Rangers […]

Movie Night

Old Kirk 40 High Street, Kilmacolm

7pm for 7.30pm. Free entry and the offer of a glass of wine. Donation if desired to support the creation of a Pilgrim Pathway in Kilmacolm.

Scottish Golf Show 2020

SEC Exhibition Way, Glasgow 

Bringing together the biggest brands in golf, over 100 exhibitors, a range of interactive golf challenges and thousands of golf enthusiasts from across Scotland and the UK. The show has […]

A Cèilidh, with Fèis Phàislig and Caolas

Wynd Theatre 6 School Wynd, Paisley, PA1 2DB, Paisley

Wynd Centre, 6 School Wynd, Paisley, PA1 2DB. Traditional music and song from the students and tutors of Fèis Phàislig. They will be joined by the group Caolas, senior students […]

£5

Alison McNeill and Sasha Savaloni

Carrick Centre, Houston Main Street, Houston

The Carrick Night Spring concerts continue! Alison and Sasha have established themselves as the foremost voice and guitar duo in Scotland. 2 course meal (table service) available before the concert […]

Mother’s Day Walk

Finlaystone Country Estate Langbank

A gentle stroll through the forest with moderate slopes, followed by a cream tea in our garden's tearoom. Sturdy footwear and warm layers required.

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