A SELL-OUT ceilidh provided a final fling of the Highland variety for Paisley Town Hall ahead of a major refurbishment.
The Renfrewshire venue will undergo renovation work, scheduled to be completed in 2021, to allow it to attract more visitors to bigger and better events.
The Festive Family Ceilidh featuring traditional Scottish music and dancing has been a popular event for several years, and was the last to be held before the Town Hall closed its doors.
Victoria Hollows, chief executive of Renfrewshire Leisure said: “There was no better way to celebrate both the end of the year and the Town Hall closing for renovation than to have a full-house of people enjoying themselves.
“And when the building re-opens there will be many more exciting events and shows taking place there to look forward to.”
The refurbishment of the Town Hall is one of the key projects within Renfrewshire Council’s £100 million investment in venues and infrastructure over the next few years.
It’s part of a wider plan to use the town’s unique heritage and cultural assets to transform its future, following on from its bid to be named UK City of Culture 2021.
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