Proud to support Paisley 2021
Published on 20/07/2018

intu Braehead has announced it’s an officially supporter of Paisley's bid to become the UK’s City of Culture 2021.

General manager at intu Braehead, Gary Turnbull said: “As a Paisley Buddie myself, I know full well the rich and varied culture that surrounds our town. If any place deserves the title of City of Culture, it’s definitely Paisley with its fantastic history and architecture, alongside the myriad cultural activities of its people today and the great cultural future it has in years to come.”

Renfrewshire Council launched the Paisley for UK City of Culture 2021 campaign to capitalise on their long-term regeneration plans for the town, which includes the £56.7m flagship museum project and £200m investment in the town centre as part of Glasgow City Region City Deal.

For more details and support the Paisley 2021 bid click here

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We are here to help!

We are here to help!

Published on 20/07/2018

We’re on the lookout for local charities, community groups and schools who need our help with landscaping, gardening,  painting and decorating, or repairs.

Working with intu Braehead and Cardwell Nurseries volunteers, we have the knowledge and know how to help. As well as our hardworking volunteers and tradesmen, we will also provide all the materials to carry out the work. If you need our help…

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915 Teen Parties

915 Teen Parties

Published on 07/02/2017

Does your little one fancy themself as a bit of a fashionista? If so, why not treat them to a birthday party they'll never forget with our friends at New Look.

Exclusive to New Look at intu Braehead, children can enjoy a 1.5 hour party which includes a fashion show, games, goody bags, trend updates and more for just £15 per head.

For more information and if you would like to book, please vis…

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Community Fund

Community Fund

Published on 20/07/2018

The intu Braehead Community Fund helps schools, charities and local organisations get a much needed cash boost.

The Community Fund has been set up to donate hundreds of pounds to good causes in the west of Scotland between now and the end of the year.

Schools, charities and community groups can apply to the fund for single donations up to a maximum of £500, by outlining how the money would b…

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