The Paisley First Annual General Meeting will take place on 5th September 2017 in The Wynd Centre, School Wynd, Paisley at 1730hrs.
The AGM is open to all BID Members and is your opportunity to find out what projects we have planned for the coming year and for you to put forward your suggestions on how we can improve Paisley Town Centre for both our BID Members and visitors.
Click HERE for more information.
Come and join our Summer Festival of Fun!
Come along to County Square in Paisley town centre this Saturday, 19th August, for the Paisley First Summer Festival of Fun!
From 11 am to 12noon we have Tickles The Clown, back by popular demand!
Then from 1.30pm until 3.30pm there’ll be story-time from The Village Storytelling Centre inside the Piazza Shopping Centre Paisley
Then we’ll be rocking the town centre with the Paisley First Unsigned Showcase…Hosted by Loud ‘n Proud and Brick Lane Studios Paisley
We have a cracking line-up for you –
The Asuras 12noon – 12.40pm
The Vanities 1 pm – 1.40pm
Lemonhaze 2pm – 2.40pm
Delphi. 3pm – 3.40pm
The Turkey Nuts 4 pm – 4.40pm
So a great day out for all the family, come and join in the fun!
Paisley First artwork heralds new arrival at Gilmour Street Railway Station
Paisley First, with the support of the ScotRail Alliance, commissioned local artist Caroline Gormley to produce an artwork for a wall on the corridor to Platforms 1 to 4 in Paisley Gilmour Street Railway Station.
Commuters and visitors to the town have been amazed as they watched the transformation during the summer as Caroline and co-artist Sandy Guy worked tirelessly on the wall.
The talented duo have painted iconic people, places and historic moments from the town’s past – everything from a mill girl, a burning witch and Gerry Rafferty to Fulton Mackay, the Russell Institute and the Hillman Imp car.
Read the full story HERE
Makers Space comes to Paisley
Paisley First is putting the finishing touches on a plan to boost creativity in the town’s artisan sector with the creation of a dedicated Makers Space.
This exciting new project will unleash Paisley potential by providing local artisans, artists or traders with a physical space for open collaboration, idea creation, prototyping and even selling.
Paisley First has secured the use of the former church at 5 Wellmeadow Street.
Renovation works are underway and the first makers are scheduled to move in at the end of September.
For the full story please click HERE