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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On Wednesday 9th September at 7.30pm, as part of the Callander Heritage Society's lecture series, Katie O'Connell from AOC Archaeology will deliver an online talk entitled 'Callander in the Early Neolithic: Investigations at Keltie Bridge'. Last September during Year 2 of the Callander's Landscape archaeology programme, Callander Heritage Society and AOC Archaeology surveyed and excavated this site, whichFind out more
*** Activity cancelled due to recent Government guidance *** Join us for our volunteer day in the lower Crags woods. We will be working alongside Katy from Forestry and Land Scotland to monitor the bird, bat and owl boxes that we have installed. We will be seeing what species have used the boxes, recording ourFind out more
*** Activity cancelled due to recent Government guidance *** Join us for our volunteer day in Leny Woods. We will be working alongside Katy from Forestry and Land Scotland to monitor the bird, bat and owl boxes that we have installed. We will be seeing what species have used the boxes, recording our findings andFind out more
Looking for something to do over the October holidays? Then why not take part in our Family John Muir Award. The John Muir Award is an environmental award scheme open to everyone. It is a great way for families to spend time together while boosting confidence, having fun and working towards a shared goal. WeFind out more
Unfortunately we have had to take the decision to postpone this guided walk due to the new restrictions imposed by the Scottish government on social gatherings (2 households of up to 6 people). We hope to run the walk in the spring of 2021. This guided walk, made possible thanks to funding from Bòrd naFind out more
On Wednesday 14th October at 7.30pm, join us for a online talk from Calum Maclean, made possible thanks to funding from Bòrd na Gàidhlig. Calum is a film-maker, TV Presenter and avid outdoor swimmer. His talk will take us on an exploration of some well-known swimming locations (and some hidden gems) around Callander, Gaelic talesFind out more
On Thursday 12th November at 7.30pm, join us for a online talk from Steven Gray from Cosmos Planetarium, made possible thanks to funding from Institute of Physics Scotland. In his talk you will be taken on a tour of the night sky to learn what celestial delights to look out for over the next month,Find out more
On Wednesday 2nd December at 7.30pm, join us for a online talk from Dr Alastair Bruce, made possible thanks to funding from Institute of Physics Scotland. This talk will look at the 'how' of getting to the Moon and back. It’s been more than 50 years since a human first stepped on the moon afterFind out more
On Wednesday 13th January at 7.30pm, join us for a online talk about Roman Camps in Scotland by Dr Rebecca Jones. The talk will look at the construction and development of Roman camps in Scotland, with discussion of Bochastle in Callander as part of the wider Gask Ridge system. Dr Rebecca Jones is Head of ArchaeologyFind out more
On Tuesday 9th February at 7.30pm, join us for a online talk by Aileen Ogilvie about Gaelic language and culture in historic Perthshire, covering topics such as folklore, history, place-names, songs, poetry, and celebrated figures. Aileen is Gaelic Development Officer for Perth & Kinross Council. Spaces at this event are free but limited. After bookingFind out more
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