A HUGE posse of families enjoyed some Western-themed fun at this year’s Renfrew Gala Day.

Around 1,500 people of all ages moseyed on down to the town centre to watch the gala parade and then take part in a host of activities at Robertson Park.

Erskine Music and Media Studio hosted the live stage at the event, where the crowd was treated to performances by talented singers, including groups from Angela McCallum School of Music and RockUs Choir.

Members of local dance schools Jazzle Dazzle and Karen E Moir Dance and Drama also treated spectators to excellent performances on the day, with the huge crowd soaking up the sun.

And there were a variety of stalls to add to the live entertainment that was on offer.

There was also the opportunity to take part in a beat-the-goalie contest, as well as giving other sports a go in taster sessions throughout the day.

Those who went along had the chance to ‘try’ their hand at a spot of rugby, courtesy of Paisley Rugby Club.

Renfrewshire’s Depute Provost Cathy McEwan said: “We had a great turnout from the Renfrew community to support the gala day.

“The quality of the performances and entertainment on offer is always excellent and I hope everyone enjoyed the day as much as I did.”

For more on events to be held in Renfrewshire this summer, visit www.paisley.is.