Funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority, the project ran from July 2018 to spring of 2023 and brought together partners from the public, private and third sectors including Forest and Land Scotland, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority and community groups such as Callander Community Development Trust and Callander Youth Project.
The aims of Callander’s Landscape were to improve the town through much-needed investment in the surrounding landscape, to restore its rich cultural and natural heritage, and to provide access to the Callander landscape.
“Together our Partnership seeks to restore this landscape; undertaking more research to help us understand and interpret the past, reconnecting with our intangible heritage; engage more people in the landscape through an array of exciting opportunities and encourage greater sustainable exploration of this special place.” – Callander’s Landscape Action Plan
A total of 20 different projects were delivered through the Callander’s Landscape project and these covered four themes:
You can read more about some of these projects below: