George Adam, Paisley’s Member of the Scottish Parliament, recently visited the offices of Paisley.org in the High Street in Paisley, responsible for ‘Paisley on the Web’. The organisation was established by Brian McGuire to promote community groups and other organisations to show the best of Paisley, its facilities, businesses and events. The group also offers website design, marketing, photography and IT support for organisations and businesses throughout Paisley.
Speaking on his visit, George said:
‘I am delighted to visit the offices of Paisley.org, another example of the
spirit in Paisley, determined to make a difference in the town in a positive way. Many people forget what the town has to offer, with great buildings and architecture, combined with the history of the town and the commercial opportunities available.
‘I have been keeping track of Paisley.org and I can’t help but be impressed with the positive vision and promotion of Paisley that this website provides. For an organisation of volunteers to work positively for Paisley shows the pride that Buddies have for the town. This demonstrates a truly different attitude and work ethic, to do something for the town, when others find it too easy to sit back and criticise, with no solutions to the challenges we all face. Paisley.org truly is Paisley on the web.
‘I would also like to draw everyone’s attention to Paisley.org’s application for funding through the RBS Community Force fund. You can vote for ‘Paisley on the Web’ at http://communityforce.rbs.co.uk/project/208.’
Paisley.org – www.paisley.org.uk