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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As a practical conservation volunteer you will work as part of a team to improve the natural environment in Callander. You’ll help with woodland management, biodiversity recording, meadow management, river bank protection and path maintenance. Individuals, families and groups of people are all welcome to get involved and volunteer. All activities will be run byFind out more
Join us at Callander Summerfest 2019 for some free family fun in the Crags. Have a go at den building, create a spark, try some natural art and explore the woods. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Suitable for children aged 4+. Remember to dress for the outdoors! There are two sessions, 10am-12pm andFind out more
Join the Forth Rivers Trust for a free family friendly guided walk along the majestic river Teith at Cambusmore, east of Callander to find out about the river's prominence within the landscape, the wildlife it supports and the importance of the river to the local area. Remember to dress for the outdoors and sturdy footwearFind out more
Ever wondered about names of our hills and lochs? What do they mean and how do you pronounce them? Join us for this free workshop and learn about Gaelic in the landscape. No prior knowledge of Gaelic is needed. Places must be booked in advance, to book email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01389 727 723.Find out more
The theme of Summerfest this year is 'Callander's landscape' - so why not get involved in directly helping to restore one of Callander's most iconic sites. Try your hand at some conservation tasks in Callander Crags woodland which might include path maintenance and vegetation management. No experience necessary. Remember to dress for the outdoors! AnyoneFind out more
It’s never too early to start learning Gaelic! Bring along your babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers for a free Bookbug session in Gaelic run by Stirling Council. Children and adults alike will enjoy the songs and rhymes, providing a fun, friendly introduction into the Gaelic language. Suitable for children aged 0-5 and all children must beFind out more
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