Bishopton Week 2024 will reach its climactic conclusion this Saturday, with a parade through the town leading to celebrations at the rugby field.

The parade will depart from Bishopton Primary School at midday, with floats of children from local schools and football teams being led by the Inverclyde Pipe Band.

Once the parade arrives at the rugby club, a fun-filled afternoon is promised for all, with a range of entertainment, food and drinks to be enjoyed.

The main stage will host an exciting lineup of live music, with The Grace Notes Choir kicking things off at 1.30pm, followed by 90s hits from Zak Neilson and FEEVA, up and coming Glasgow songwriter Allan Purvis, and a rousing finale from Simply Rod Stewart.

Other activities such as dancing, Zumba, face painting, tombolas and circus skills will also be on offer, alongside stalls providing food, drinks, and a variety of local crafts. The Renfrewshire Farmers Market will also be in attendance.

Saturday’s revelries are the culmination of week-long festivities, which have included a fun run, a chess tournament, a magic show and a treasure hunt.

Entry is £3 for adults, and free for under 16s. Gates open at 12 noon.