• Arrochar YOUTH accepting their award at last year’s Gathering event .
    Our communities are at the heart of everything we do. Our communities and the people who live and work in them are the life blood of the Park.
  • Bracklinn Bridge.
    We work to support, enhance and celebrate the special qualities of the Park and the communities that make it special.
  • The Gathering Networking Session.
    Collaboration, networking, learning, sharing. We are helping bring our communities together to make a difference.
  • Angela Constance MSP with Tom Lewis from the Mhor Group and young people from McLaren High School in Callander.
    Developing and delivering projects is at the heart of what the Community Partnership does.


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@skillspartners 'Rural Skills Week' Day 3 - Digging out & Hearting it up! 6 young people learn drystone walling! http://t.co/1P6w3IINW6 about 3 days ago

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