SMA' SHOT DAY
Sma Shot Day takes place on the first Saturday of July. Sma' Shot Day originates from the weaving industry, which, in the 19th century, made Paisley and the surrounding area one of the major textile producing areas in the British Empire. The sma' shot was a binding thread which held together the patterned shawls which Paisley is famous for...
Paisley Abbey is a former Cluniac monastery, believed to be built on the site of a community established by Saint Mirin in the 7th century. In 1163 Walter FitzAlan, the first High Steward of Scotland issued a charter for a priory to be set up on land owned by him in Paisley...
Ashtree House Hotel is set in the heart of Paisley town centre within the Oakshaw conservation area. The hotel occupies a pair of splendid listed Regency Georgian town houses within private grounds. The town's attractions are all within a 5 minute walk of the hotel, and Glasgow International Airport is only a ten minute drive away...
CEX is now open at 4/6 Gilmour Street, buying & selling DVDs, video games & digital devices including mobile phones & laptops. The shop is open daily.
BUDGENS has opened up at the former Co-Op supermarket in The Piazza. Open 7 days a week.
REBECCA'S RESTAURANT now open at 30 Old Sneddon Street Ph: 0141 8873141. Rebecca's offers traditional and European dishes using local produce.