Events & Volunteering
As part of Callander’s Landscape we have plenty of opportunities for you to get involved, whatever your interests! Browse through the upcoming events and volunteering opportunities below or find out more about the role you can play in helping us to transform Callander into the ‘Outdoor Capital of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park’.
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*** FULLY BOOKED *** The Forth Rivers Trust will be leading a guided walk to the Falls of Leny from Callander Meadows this October. The guided walk will start in Callander and we will head to the Falls of Leny along the cycle path where we will hopefully see salmon leaping. The Trust will beFind out more
Trowels at the ready! You can now sign up to volunteer for our excavations at Cambusbeg West, just outside Callander! Clyde Archaeology/Northlight Heritage are leading the excavation of this site which may contain an Iron Age settlement. For more information about the site, please see the Canmore page: https://canmore.org.uk/site/73611/cambusbeg-west Our community Archaeology project, led inFind out more
We are running an Outdoor First Aid Course on Wed 30th and Thursday 31st October at the Callander Hostel. This two day course is delivered over 16 hours and will equip you with the necessary skills to deal with a range of emergency incidents in the outdoor environment. You will gain an understanding of a varietyFind out more
We are hosting a training evening for our Dark Skies volunteers. Dark Skies volunteers audit the sky light quality and nightscape at key locations in and around Callander. They gather information about light quality using Sky Light Quality Meters and record other information about the view of the sky and any nearby sources of light.Find out more
We are hosting an Oral History training course delivered by the University of Strathclyde on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th November. Experts from the Scottish Oral History Centre, based at the University of Strathclyde, will train you in a range of oral history techniques, from asking the right questions, to using the equipment, and editingFind out more
As a practical conservation volunteer you will work as part of a team to improve the natural environment in Callander. During this session we will be working in the Crags helping to clear areas of rhododendron ponticum or rhoddy bashing as we like to call it! We will have plenty of hot drinks on hand toFind out more
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