Wild Waters of Callander

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Wild Waters of Callander will be revealed in an online lecture from TV presenter and avid outdoors swimmer Calum Maclean next month.

The free event being hosted by Callander’s Landscape, a project focusing on improving natural and cultural heritage in the area and ensuring access to it for more people, is on October 14 from 7.30pm to 8.30pm.

Calum, who is also an ambassador for the Outdoor Swimming Society and a filmmaker, will take his audience on an exploration of some well-known swimming locations – and some hidden gems around Callander, Gaelic tales of the land and the appeal of outdoor swimming.

The talk is thanks to funding from Bòrd na Gàidhlig

From swimming under the ice in Cairngorms, to enduring being eaten alive by midges, Calum showcases Scotland’s outdoors in his unique style. His short films for BBC The Social have racked up millions of views and led to his own BBC ALBA series Dhan Uisge.

Due to the overwhelming response to this event, online booking has been closed for the time being but more spaces will be made available from Monday October 5, say organisers. A link with joining instructions will be emailed out Monday October 12.

To find out more about the event, contact julie.wilson@lochlomond-trossachs.org