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6th - 8th December
7th & 8th 10am - 5pm
This is the first of our Aberfoyle Winter Weekends with craft fairs, Christmas trees to buy, wreath making workshops, storytelling, jingle bells bike rides and winter walks to a castle for mince pies. Come and explore Aberfolye and the village of Strathard and escape the city. Pick up a loyalty card to have the chance to win a hamper of gifts. The festivities being on 6 December with the Christmas lights switch on, roasted chestnuts and late night opening.
13th - 15th December
13th 5 - 8pm
14th & 15th 10am - 5pm
Join us for a weekend of winter festivities in Aberfoyle and the villages of Strathard. Santa arrives with real reindeer. There are festive walks, cycles as well as storytelling and wreath making. Escape the city and enjoy a relaxed local shopping experience.
28th - 30th December
Stretch your legs before the end of the year and join us for a weekend of winter festivities in Aberfoyle and the villages of Strathard. Cosy pubs and cafes, dog friendly venues, walking, cycling and pop-up events.
On Monday 30 December join in a charity dog walk.
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Would you know how to help your child in an emergency? Join Daisy First Aid Stirling for this online class and feel confident to deal with any oopsie daisy moments that may come along!
This 1 hour online class, run by Daisy First Aid Stirling, is perfect for anyone that is expecting or recently had a baby and wants to learn some basic life saving skills.
Discover how did William Wallace become Scotland’s first National Hero and how has he been remembered over the years during live actor performances at The National Wallace Monument.
Have you recently returned to or started cycling in and around Stirling? Then join Stirling Active Travel Hub for an online Q&A session where we can help with any questions you might have!
Our costumed historian will help to bring history to life with his array of weapons and facinating stories, helping you discover how the people and invaders of Scotland made and used weapons.
The Wallace Nature Club is run by local charity 'Under The Trees' and gives your child the opportunity for lots of outdoor fun as they learn about the natural environment on The Abbey Craig!