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Paisley Book Festival
For its inaugural year, Paisley Book Festival’s theme of Radical Voices and Rebel Stories celebrates the area’s rebellious history. A bold, exciting and vibrant festival is planned. Highlights include John Byrne, Caro Ramsay, Kirsty Wark, The Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers featuring Christopher Brookmyre and Val McDermid paisleybookfestival.com for more info.
Appointments are available to discuss Wills and Powers of Attorney from voluntary trusted local solicitors. This service gives an introduction to confidential professional advice and information to help you plan for your future without commitment or obligation, donations welcome to support the work of the Hospice. To book your appointment, please contact June Burgess, Legacy […]
'Rise, Take up your Mat and Walk!' Share worship and fellowship with people around the world for the World Day of Prayer. Children from Kilmacolm Primary School will be singing for us. Refreshments after the Service. Everyone welcome! If you want to know more about the event, please call: Maureen Russell, Convenor (telephone 872905; […]
Come along and peruse some quality art work by our enthusiastic members which is very modestly priced - you might just see something you like. It's Farmers Market Day and also the Coffee Morning in aid of Motor Neuron Disease, being held upstairs.
A fabulous fun night for family, friends and community to relax and enjoy a night of racing, games, and ultimately raise funds for the children of St Anthony's. Tickets for the evening can be obtained from the school or purchased at the door on the night. 18+ night. Buffet included. £5.
A night of Ceilidh Dance … Bringing cultures from around the world together through music and dance. Come along and have a good old knees up with music from Andy Gordon Ceilidh Band. Children welcome. Any questions, please contact Linda on 0141 848 0308 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Our guest speaker is the highly popular Louise Bustard, senior curator at Glasgow Botanic Gardens. Her presentation will feature ‘The Gardens of the Italian Lakes’. Everyone welcome. Please bring along your exhibits for the Spring Bulb Competition, judged by Louise Bustard, with the award of the prestigious Jimmy Whittet trophy.
Set in a woodland world where anything can happen, this engaging mix of music and puppetry is an interactive opera experience for kids and adults to enjoy together – a magical journey of discovery for those taking their first small steps into the big wide world. 20th March - 10am, 11.30am & 21st March - […]