Several large scale Renfrewshire events cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak
In line with national guidance from the Scottish Government on the coronavirus, Renfrewshire Council have taken the decision to cancel all their large-scale events until the end of June.
This includes the Paisley Food and Drink Festival which was due to take place on Friday 24th & Saturday 25th April and agreement with the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association to cancel the British Pipe Band Championships in Paisley, which was set to take place on Saturday 23rd May.
The Council will also look to reschedule both Renfrew Gala Day and Barshaw Gala Day for the end of summer. They will continue to review future events, including Sma’ Shot Day on Saturday 4th July, as the situation progresses.
They advise everyone to continue to observe the medical advice available at NHS Inform. For further information, please visit nhsinform.scot/coronavirus.
For ongoing updates to the event programme, please visit paisley.is.
Last Updated: 16 March 2020 16:34
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