Community Info

Useful information from community organisations and groups across Renfrewshire.


Twist and Hit Cheerleaders

Twist and Hit Cheerleaders are excited to get back to normal and are hopeful that they can start back at the beginning of August 2020.

With social distancing measures in place they hope you will sign up to season 7 at the end of July 2020:

On Sunday 26th July they have the NEW season registration at their gym for the following  :

**Note this is based on age at 31st August 2020

TINY CHEER (3-7 years) 11.15am-12noon

MINI CHEER (7-9 years) 12noon-1.00pm

YOUTH CHEER (9-12 years) 1.00pm-2.00pm

JUNIOR CHEER (11 -15 years) 2.00pm-3.00pm

SENIOR CHEER (15 years +) 3.00pm-4.00pm

MASTERS CHEER ( 25 years + but may accept 18-24 years get in touch for more details)


**You would attend team placement based on your competitive age (so if you are 11 years old and wish to try-out, you would register for youth cheer and indicate your interest for junior age).

We are also excited to still be accepting places onto our Junior 1 SUMMIT team 2021 who will be traveling to Florida, USA – if you are between the age of 10 years and 16 years at any point in the year 2021 get in touch.

If you are interested in either the local or traveling teams simply contact them for an information pack:


If you are interested in the SUMMIT team contact us at:

Lynette Hall is the local coordinator within Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland Community Support Services for the Renfrewshire areas.

Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland provide support and assistance to people who have a chest, heart & stroke condition, as they leave hospital, return home and resume daily life.

Further information on this website:
or call Lynette on 0771 727 3014

Storm Gymnastics has had to close due to COVID-19.
However, we have an online development programme which includes lesson plans, badge awards, and zoom sessions.  All parents need to do is make a donation (from £1) and gymnasts can join our new app which shares all the content.  They hope to open in July at a brand new purpose built gymnastics facility in Clark Street, Paisley.
Email address for Storm Gymnastics:


The STAR project in Paisley has been providing resources and new and adapted engagement tools developed to support the wellbeing of community members. Specifically, our aim was to tackle the impacts of COVID-19 which has exacerbated issues such as isolation, mental health and food insecurity within an already marginalised community.

The services offer by the STAR Project include:

One to One support – Regular support via one to one phone calls from our staff and/or trained volunteers Monday to Friday between 9:30 and 5

Online Creative Workshops – Online workshops delivered digitally through our Facebook page, Zoom or on *Slack.

Tuesday and Thursday 12.30-2.30pm

Online Chatroom – Digi Drop-In through the platform of *Slack on themed topics, Q & A sessions, information and advice

Monday to Thursday 9.30 to 10.30am and again from 11.30am to 12.30pm.

Community Fridge and Pantry – Community Fridge Delivery – Staff and Volunteers will deliver food and essential products to individuals and families who would benefit from this service

Tuesday to Friday between 9.30am and 5.00pm.

STAR Shopper Service – Volunteers will shop for community members and deliver shopping to their house for free

Thursday and Friday (this is a new service and will be expanded with need)

Wee STARs Toddler Group – Wee STARs online – for families and carers who want to engage with creative, educational and fun activities for their toddlers. We will have a selection of craft packs and additional online resources available that can be used at home. (Please note crafts packs will be dependent on project capacity and resources)

Facebook/Zoom posts every Friday at 10.00am

STAR Project
12-14 Wallace Street

Call: 0141 889 5850



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