Below you will find the latest updates on Sustainability and Community.

Our Community

At Braehead over the past 23 years, we have been dedicated to supporting our community and community partners. Each year our customers, our staff and our retailers raise thousands of pounds for worthy causes. Our team give up hundreds of hours to support local groups and lend their expertise to those who need it. We also offer our community partners free space within the centre to promote the great work that they do.

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Take our survey

Here at Braehead, we care about our visitors and the local community’s needs and concerns. Please take 5 minutes to complete this survey and let us know what your concerns are, we will then use this to guide meaningful change and future community initiatives.

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Dementia-friendly shopping centre

Braehead is Scotland’s first dementia-friendly shopping centre, as part of our ongoing partnership with Alzheimer Scotland.

The Braehead Team have been trained as Dementia Friends, to make visits to the shopping centre easier and more comfortable for people living with dementia.

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Menopause Warriors

Meet the last Thursday of every month from 18.30 – 20.30 | Braehead Marketing Suite [level 3]

Menopause Warriors are a friendly group who are going through menopause. They meet monthly within an informal supportive environment, sharing both experiences and ideas to manage our Menopause.

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What our stores are doing

Our stores are committed to sustainability and have a whole host of initiatives, including recycling boxes and money off when you recycle in-store.

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Driving an Electric Vehicle? No problem! We have installed charge points in two of our car parks for you to use.

Electric Vehicle Charge point

You will find our bus station at the eastern end of the main centre, outside M&S, in-between the centre and the Retail Park.

Travelling by bus

The Clyde Coastal Path (section 2A) runs along the Boardwalk directly behind the centre, providing a dedicated walking and cycling route linking to Glasgow and Paisley. This route connects into the National Cycle Network route 7 at Paisley Town Centre and the Clyde Tunnel for onward journeys. Cycle parking can be found around the centre.