• Parkhill Woods/Johnshill Loop, Lochwinnoch
    by Rona Simpson Length: 4K (each section)Duration: 1-2 hours – depending on stops and which route you decide to take.Rating: EasyPoints of Interest: Grotto, remains of Collegiate Church and Betty McKeller poetry viewpointsNature spotting: Tawny owls, great spotted woodpeckers, chiffchaffs, willow warblers and blackcaps. Park at the electrical substation. Then […]
  • Corlic Hill Loop
    A great walk with panoramic views over the Clyde valley to Arran and the Cowal Peninsula…
  • Duchal Woods to Quarriers River walk
    This lovely walk follows the Gryffe Water as it meanders through open countryside from Kilmacolm to Quarriers village. Affording plenty of places to picnic and a great wild swimming spot if you are feeling brave enough…
  • Lochwinnoch Food Committee is shortlisted for SPAR Scotland Community Cashback Award
    Lochwinnoch Food Committee has been nominated for a SPAR Community Cash Back Award – now they need help to win the public vote! Last year, in response to the pandemic, villagers in Lochwinnoch came together to set up Lochwinnoch Food Committee. Local Writer, Alan Bissett took the initiative to form […]
  • Renfrewshire Inter Club Projected Images Competition
    Paisley Colour Photographic Club were the hosts for the long running and hotly contested Renfrewshire Inter Club Projected Images Competition held on 18th February. Joining the host club in the competition were Eastwood Photographic Society, Greenock Camera Club, Gryffe Camera Club, Inverclyde Camera Club and Paisley Photographic Society. Approximately 110 of the […]