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Renfrewshire Council Leader and chair of the Paisley 2021 Partnership Board Councillor Iain Nicolson said: 'Naturally disappointed, but we're in a competition and in any competition there's a potential not to win.'We didn't plan to lose, we were aware of it, but we have planned for the aftermath.'There's a lot of planning which has went into maintaining momentum and energy into.'There's no doubt about it, Paisley has won through this process.'It's on a national platform, it's raised its profile and everyone in Paisley is on a buzz from being in the competition.'The preparations in the event of a loss included plans for investment into buildings, facilities and communities.
There is also potential for the town to bid again for a future UK City of Culture title.
She added: 'We've been up a couple of times and the thing that you can absolutely feel is the fact that the city of culture has touched everybody.'You walk down the street and people are talking about it, the volunteers are unbelievable and, walking around today with our badges and our t-shirts and stuff, they know what winning the title means.'You can see the impact it's had on the city.'Standing in front of The Deep, in Hull, Ms Themen said she was also impressed with Hull's year. To have been back since then and to have seen it grow and develop in such a short space of time, it's extraordinary.
So were really optimistic about what we can do in Coventry.'Ms Themen said: 'We're absolutely delighted.
' Pictured: Sunderland Tracey Mc Nulty, head of cultural services at Swansea Council, said: 'Of course we're disappointed, we had a strong bid, with credible partnerships and ambitions, and we wanted recognition for that - who wouldn't?
And asked about what was the main factor which sealed it for Coventry, she said: 'I think it's our diversity.'It's one of the most diverse cities in the UK and therefore reflective of the diversity of the UK overall.Stuart Croft, vice chancellor at Warwick, said: 'As a community in this great city we have worked together as never before to achieve this exceptional result.I am very proud of the part that the University of Warwick has played in this.'The elected mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, asserted that the success had sent a clear message that the region was working together as a team.'This is a chance to help people realise that the city has so much to offer, from its medieval past to its modernist architecture, creative talent and diverse youth,' Mr Street said.Major productions by the Warwickshire-based Royal Shakespeare Company will also feature, along with an artist-led festival called Moments of Silence.The official bid page for Sunderland UK City of Culture 2021 tweeted a collage saying 'Thank you Sunderland', along with the message: 'It wasn't to be, but we certainly gave it our best shot!