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Active Stirling

Each and every area of Active Stirling is driven by the same belief - that everyone living in the Stirling Council area is entitled to participate in the sport and physical activity of their choice, irrespective of their age, ability or circumstance. Active Stirling have 4 clear goals 

  • Ensure the opportunities to participate exist - fun, safe, quality opportunities that are relevant to local needs
  • Put in place the programmes and facilities necessary to bring about these opportunities
  • Maximise the number of people participating locally, and the frequency with which they participate
  • Develop productive partnerships between relevant agencies
McLaren Leisure

McLaren Leisure is a not for profit organisation that is managed by a team of devoted staff and board of professional volunteer directors. They are committed to providing sport and leisure facilities as well as services for local schools, the community, and visitors to the Callander area; in a sustainable manner.


Scotland’s national agency for sport. They see a Scotland where the sport is a way of life, where the sport is at the heart of society, making a positive impact on people and communities. Sportscotland directly supports opportunities in Stirling through Schools (such as the Active Schools programme), Clubs & Communities (including the Community Sports Hub initiative), and Performance Sport (from the Scottish Institute for Sport).

Club Sport Stirling

A voluntary organisation supporting the growth and development of sports clubs in Stirling’s communities.

Forth Environment Link

Service across Forth Valley that focuses on Active Travel, sustainable local food production and a leading provider of environmental education. Visit here to learn more.

Forth Valley College

A leading provider of further and higher education offering a wide range of courses and training opportunities. With two campus locations in Stirling, FVC is committed to working closely with local partners to deliver high-quality learning experiences while promoting healthy lifestyles for students and active travel across their locations.

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

Their mission is to be the vital force in protecting and enhancing Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. Accomplishing this through conserving, sustaining and enhancing the local landscape, while encouraging the communities to be developed and enjoyed by all.

NHS Forth Valley

One of 14 regional health boards and serves a population around 300,000 across the area. Stirling is home to many of the health board’s network of community hospitals, health centres and day centres that provide care and support for patients with mental illness and learning disabilities and a wide range of community-based services. Please visit their website for more information. 

Plus Forth Valley

PLUS aims to provide a better quality of life for children and young people with disabilities and their families across the Forth Valley through social inclusion and regular short breaks. 

Scottish Disability Sport

The Scottish governing and co-coordinating body of all sports for people of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning disability. SDS has the vision of developing opportunities and improving performance in disability sport for children, athletes and players with a physical, sensory or learning disability in Scotland and contributing to the UK and international initiatives. Scottish Disability Sport has 13 branches covering most of Scotland, with Stirling being supported by their Forth Valley branch.  

University of Stirling

Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence.  With a mission to deliver the best for Scottish sport through the powerful and inspirational combination of sport and education

Last updated: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 2:51 PM