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Callander Hostel: Helping in the time of Coronavirus

The team at Callander Hostel are just one of the many in our network who have been able to successfully adapt to the cruel and unusual events of recent times. Not only are they able to keep running their hostel, but they’re also continuing to prioritise the future of the youth in the local area.

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Explore your creative side!

Both Lowry and Turner were big fans of Northumberland and with its rich landscape, stunning coastline, romantic castles, pretty gardens and beautiful light, it’s easy to see why…

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Gilfach Wen Barn in Brechfa Forrest is re-opening from mid July 2021

The barn has plenty of availability this summer and is taking bookings from up to 3 households for a minimum of 6 nights stay. The barns has a self catering kitchen, a large social area and 7 family bedrooms including one downstairs for disabled. Perfect for exploring Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Brecon Beacons, Cambrian Mountains and the Gower.

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gilfach wen barn group accommodation in Brechfa Forrest

Bingley Walking Festival: 30th August 2021

Grab this opportunity to explore the gorgeous surrounding area of Bingley in Yorkshire. This one day event is free to participants and is comprised of 5 walks through the magnificent countryside, ranging from gentle and family friendly to a more challenging 14 mile walk. For anyone wanting to take part, Hebden Bridge Hostel is a brilliant hostel for walkers in the area.

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Drover’s Tryst Walking Festival: 17th-19th July 2021

Drover’s Tryst Walking Festival is back! This year will see variety of walks for groups of up to 8 people. There will be walks for all ability levels, as well as some new ones for this year, all set in the breath taking landscapes of Perthshire. Comrie Croft – only four miles from Crieff – is a perfect base for anyone wanting to take part this year.

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