Below you will find details of various organisations and groups, based in Callander, who look to raise money to help people locally and beyond. If you run a group that is not listed here, then please contact us with your group’s details and we will add it to the website in due course.
Due to the coronavirus situation meetings of the groups listed below are suspended until further notice. However, you may still be able to contact them using the details provided.
Callander and West Perthshire Rotary Club
We are a part of the worldwide Rotary International organisation. Our aim is to help communities and individuals that are in difficulties. While that help may come in the form of service, it also involves us raising funds through various community based activities. As well as fundraising and service side of things, we also have an active social side. Membership is open to men and women of all ages.
We meet at 6 for 6.30 pm every Tuesday, at the Old Rectory Inn, Leny Road, Callander, FK17 8AL
John Isgrove, Secretary
Callander and District Round Table
Callander and District Round Table is all about having fun with a group of friends while at the same time trying to help the local community. We are a group of young men (not old contrary to popular belief).
We meet every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 7.30 for 8 pm, at the Old Rectory Inn, Leny Road, Callander, FK17 8AL
Tangent is a social organisation for ladies of all ages that meets once a month for fun, friendship and fundraising. It is the "Big Sister" organisation which ladies traditionally move on to when they leave Ladies Circle at age 45. Callander Tangent will be open to those who have been a member of circle and those who have not. If you are interested in finding out more come along for a drink or a cuppa or contact us using the details below.
Callander Royal British Legion
Since 1921 we have stood for and provided support to veterans and their families. When servicemen and women return to civilian life after serving with the Armed Forces some are in need of community and friendship, maybe as a result of their experiences in the services or purely because they are no longer part of the ‘military family’ they had come to rely on. We make a difference every day to the lives of those veterans through our comradeship and befriending programme, developing strong communities and supporting remembrance.
Our Callander Branch meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.15 pm in the Masonic Hall, Craigard Road, Callander.
|Contact:||Dennis Jones, Branch Chairman|
Killin Mountain Rescue Team
Has rescue posts in both Callander and Killin and is affiliated to the Mountain Rescue Committee of Scotland. If calling out the team always call 101 or, in an emergency, 999.