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What's On Loch Lomond June

What's on in and around Loch Lomond, Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh in the heart of Scotland

June 2015

Friday 5th - Sunday 28th June
West End Festival, Glasgow

Having started off as a small local festival centred around Byres Road, this has now grown to become one of the biggest cultural events in Glasgow's calendar.

Saturday 6th June
Helensburgh & Lomond Highland Games

The Helensburgh & Lomond Highland Games are one of the first games of the year and this year they will be held at Helensburgh Rugby Club, Rhu Road Higher, Helensburgh G84 8JZ

Saturday 6th June
Bobath Scotland Dragon Boat Challenge, Balloch Country Park

Dragon boating is a fun filled, adrenaline pumping, water sports event where teams race their dragons in a series of timed races. Ideal for experienced crews and complete beginners alike – from age 12 upwards – boats and full training are provided. All you need is fifteen colleagues, friends or relatives, a desire to help a great cause with fancy dress optional!

The day is all about team building and competition, with each team getting a guaranteed three timed races in the qualifying rounds. Music, running commentary and leader board updates throughout the day add to the excitement and amazing atmosphere, which culminates in a grand final and awards ceremony.

Saturday 6th June
Killearn 10K
Popular athletics event with multi-terrain surfaces - tarmac, forest path, farm track and open grassland. Begins at 11am from the Buchanan Monument

Sunday 7th June
Killearn Country Market, Killearn Village Hall
Local Produce and Crafts. 1pm - 4pm.

Sunday 7th June
Polaroid 10k Race, Vale of Leven

Start 10 am at Loch Lomond Shores
Biggest and best road race series in the UK.

Saturday 13th June
Bearsden & Milngavie Highland Games

Saturday 13th June
Caledonian Challenge
Route follows the Great Glen Way and the West Highland Way from Gairlochy to Strathfillan - 54 miles in 24 hours. The walk of your life!

Wednesday 17th to Sunday 28th June
Edinburgh International Film Festival

Established in 1947, the Edinburgh International Film Festival is renowned around the world for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema, and for heralding and debating changes in global film making. Intimate in its scale, ambitious in its scope, and fuelled by pure passion for cinema in all its manifestations, EIFF seeks to spotlight the most exciting and innovative new film talent, in a setting steeped in history.

Thursday 18th - Sunday 21st June
Royal Highland Show
Royal Highland Centre, Islington, Edinburgh
We’ve been trying to capture what people love most about the Show and haven’t managed it! That's because no one single thing makes it special. What does is that it offers an eclectic mix of the expected and unexpected that keeps the thousands who flock here each year coming back year after year. For those who think it’s just cows and combine harvesters, then what can we say? Be prepared for an experience like no other. We guarantee that if you come you'll be back year after year.

Saturday 13th June
Luss Open Water Swim Festival
Milarrochy Bay, Loch Lomond
Set in the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Loch Lomond is the largest  body of freshwater in mainland Britain. The scenery is unrivalled and an excellent location to enjoy open water swimming. This event will include 1, 2, 3 and 5 km swims.

Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June
Glasgow International Jazz Festival

Saturday 27th June
Loch Venacher Swim Festival

Loch Venachar is a fresh water loch in Stirlingshire, located between Callander and Brig o' Turk. The loch is 3.7 miles long with its deepest point being 33 metres.

The event will be swum from the Venacher Lochside Café where full facilities will be available. For more information or to enter, visit

Sunday 28th June
Walk for Whales

A 5 mile, family friendly walk from Sea Life Centre, Loch Lomond

The Killearn Hoolie - TBA
The Killearn Hoolie is a week-long, bi-annual village event – or rather a series of events.  Its main aims are to bring all ages and generations together, to engender community spirit and - most importantly – to have lots of fun!

Scottish Farmers' Markets at Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch

1st and 3rd Sundays of each month
Perhaps the most panoramic situation of any market in Scotland. Featuring around 30 regular stallholders ranging from cheese and chocolate makers through to producers of organic eggs, beef, lamb, pork, home made soup, smoked foods, seafood, jams, confectionery and home baking. Entry to the Farmers’ Market is free. Open 10 am till 3.30 pm.

Loch Lomond Car Boot Sales
If you are looking for a bargain and a good day out, why not visit a car boot sale at Loch Lomond and surrounding area. Car boot sales are a popular way of disposing of those unwanted items and a great way of bargain hunting.

Live Music Loch Lomond

Regular Live Music at the Drovers Inn, Ardlui

Scottish Castles : Historic Scotland

There are many famous Scottish Castles in central Scotland. Check out what special events they are hosting this season.

Edinburgh Castle
Stirling Castle
Mugdock Castle and Country Park

Local Tourist Information Centres

Aberfoyle - 08707 200604 (Open April-October)
Balloch - 08707 200607 (Open April-October)
Callander - 08707 200628 (Open March-December)
Drymen - 08707 200611 (Open May to September)
Dumbarton - 08707 200612 (Open all year)
Helensburgh - 08707 200615 (Open April-October)
Killin - 08707 200627 (Open March-October)
Stirling - 08707 200621 (Open all year)
Tarbet - 08707 200623 (Open April-October)
Tyndrum - 08707 200626 (Open April-October)

Current weather

Loch Lomond

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