Thousands of people lined the streets of Paisley on Saturday night, 21st April, to see St Mirren's league-winning team parade the SPFL Championship trophy.
Renfrewshire Council honoured the Saints with an open-top bus parade through the town centre before the team took to the outdoor stage in Bridge St.
DJs from Pulse FM were on hand to keep the crowd entertained before the fans got the chance to hear from their heroes, including captain Stephen McGinn, manager Jack Ross, chairman Gordon Scott and chief executive Tony Fitzpatrick.
Renfrewshire's Provost Lorraine Cameron said: "This was a wonderful occasion - they don't come around every year but Paisley knows how to party when we do. The great thing about being a one-team town is that Buddies can take over the streets and celebrate together.
"I come from a family of St Mirren supporters and remember going to Love St as a kid, and seeing some of the trophy wins of years gone by - so it was just wonderful to see a new generation of Paisley families get the chance to make their own memories tonight."
Paisley is the largest town in Scotland. The town has a rich history; from it’s 12th century Cluniac Abbey, it’s world famous Paisley Pattern Shawls, and its position at the forefront of the Thread Industry all of which brought great wealth and prosperity to the Town, enabling it to build it’s inspiring Town Hall, Museum and Art Gallery, Observatory, Schools and numerous fine Churches.
Paisley is surrounded by many historical towns and villages and is also ideally situated as a gateway to the Highlands and Islands, with Loch Lomond only 20 minutes away and Edinburgh a mere 45 minutes, and with the airport within 2 miles of the centre of Paisley, it really is the ideal base for visitors from near and far.
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