News & Events
The new path from the town up to the Bracklinn Falls car park and loop is now open. If you go for a walk outdoors remember to be safe and stay more than 2 metres from others.
We love our visitors but not now; please stay safe at home.
Stirling Council Coronavirus Community Support Line
If you are vulnerable, or you know of somebody who is vulnerable, self-isolating and has no immediate support available call 01786 404040 or email and let them know who needs support, how to contact them by telephone and if they have any condition they need to know about.
InCallander are gathering together the current status of essential services in Callander, with links to Facebook pages and web sites where appropriate. We will endeavour to keep it up-to-date as the situation changes.
Essential services >>>
FETCH.scot runners will, from Thursday 2nd April, deliver their service between 12noon and 3pm, which should enable runners to catch the post office and deliver goods earlier in the day for clients. Get in touch if you are self isolating and need something picked up locally.
Find out about the fetch.scot service >>>
A new guide, current as of 26 March 2020, with a wide range of information.
How to access support in Scotland if you have been affected by COVID-19 (PDF) >>>
There is a new web site from the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) to help you find organisations that are able to offer non-medical help.
Coronavirus Community Assistance Directory >>>
There is a new Facebook page for Callander facing the Covid-19 pandemic. We will be asking for volunteers to support the community and also trying to keep everyone up to date on information for the town.
Go to facebook.com/helpingcallander >>>
You can find other relevant items on the main InCallander Facebook feed.
Go to facebook.com/incallander >>>
We have gathered together some official sources of help, advice and up-to-date information for businesses during the coronavirus crisis.
COVID-19 links for businesses >>>
The Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) has a dedicated web page with resources to help people maintain good mental health during the ongoing pandemic, including blogs, guided meditation and a wellbeing assessment tool.
Go to SAMH >>>
A great place to visit
Callander is a beautiful holiday town situated at the junction of two rivers in an area of outstanding natural beauty known as The Trossachs, with opportunities for many outdoor pursuits.
Here on IN CALLANDER you can find out everything you need to know about your visit, whether it's a long stay or a day trip.
A great place to live
Callander has an active local community and has many groups and projects. In particular the Callander Community Development Trust (CCDT), a charitable organisation of volunteers, undertakes many practical projects for the benefit of Callander community.