Paisley Daily Express

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Paisley Daily Express
Paisley Daily Express Front Page
Type Local Newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Trinity Mirror
Founded 1874
Headquarters Paisley, Renfrewshire
Circulation 4,508 (July - December 2017)[1]

The Paisley Daily Express is a Scottish newspaper based in Glasgow, covering the Renfrewshire area. The paper, which is currently owned by Trinity Mirror has its main offices in Glasgow. The paper is sold in newsagents and general stores throughout Renfrewshire. The contents of the "Wee Express", as it is known locally (to distinguish it from the "Big Express" i.e. the Scottish Daily Express) are typical of a local newspaper: local news, human interest stories, classified advertisements, intimations, church news, crosswords, wedding photographs, school photographs, local sports (mainly about the town's football team St Mirren), letters to the editor and so on.

The paper was once based in New Street in Paisley, but its main editorial operation was relocated to Glasgow in March 2012. A small office within Paisley's YMCA building serves the paper.


  1. ^ "JP dailies post circulation rises as ABC figures unveiled (Source: ABC)". Hold The Front Page. UK. 1 March 2018. Retrieved 1 March 2018. 

External links

  • Paisley Daily Express homepage

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