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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Paisley

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    Paisley

    Paisley is one of Scotland’s biggest towns and is 8 miles south west of Glasgow.

  3. less than 5 miles
  4. Forth & Clyde Canal

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    Falkirk & Forth Valley

    The Forth & Clyde Canal crosses central Scotland east to west and is linked to the Union Canal via the Falkirk Wheel.

  5. Renfrew

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    Renfrew

    Renfrew is the former county town of the historic county of Renfrewshire, situated 3 miles northeast of Paisley and 5 miles west of Glasgow.

  6. Erskine

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    Erskine

    Erskine is a town on the south bank of the River Clyde and is close to the Erskine Bridge.

  7. Clydebank

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    Clydebank

    Clydebank is the historic heartland of the Scottish shipbuilding industry located on the banks of the River Clyde to the west of Glasgow.

  8. Barrhead

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    Barrhead

    Barrhead is 8 miles south west of Glasgow and is the main town in East Renfrewshire with a population of around 20,000.

  9. Houston

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    Houston

    Houston is a village in the Gryffe Valley 6 miles north west of Paisley and is based around a 16th century castle.

  10. less than 10 miles
  11. Eaglesham

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    Eaglesham

    Eaglesham is a village in East Renfrewshire which was declared Scotland’s first Conservation Village in the 1960s.

  12. Glasgow East End

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    Glasgow East End

    Glasgow's East End begins at the city's ancient heart, the thoroughfares of High Street and Castle Street, which are bookended by the medieval Glasgow Cathedral and the Tron Steeple at Glasgow Cross.

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    Glasgow City Centre

    Glasgow's vibrant city centre lies north of the River Clyde and its geographical heart is George Square, a 19th-century municipal showpiece crowned by the City Chambers.

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