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Celebrate Bank Holiday Weekend at Loch Lomond Shores

5 Star attraction Loch Lomond Shores is offering a wide range of activities to enjoy the May bank holiday with plenty of fun for all ages.

The award-winning attraction based in Balloch, which offers year round waterfront shopping, dining with a view and exhilarating play adventures will not only have its great selection of attractions such as Treezone, SEA LIFE Centre, In Your Element and The Birds of Prey Centre open all weekend but there will also be some special events and activities to mark the holiday weekend.

On Friday 26 May The Drakes of Hazard sheepdog display makes a welcome return as the highly popular free show sees amazing sheepdogs and the gang of Indian Runner ducks astounding and educating young and old alike.

Saturday 27 May sees Murray the Magician; famous magician and escapologist along with his assistant Fearchara wowing the crowds with spell-binding magic.

On Monday 29 May, Breast Way Round, which raises money for Macmillan Cancer Support will be making its way back to Loch Lomond Shores for the finale of their annual motorcycle run around the west coast of Scotland. There will be live music to welcome the bikers, so don your brightest pinks and join Loch Lomond Shores to celebrate such a fantastic cause.

Clare Gemmell, General Manager at Loch Lomond Shores said: ‘’The late May bank holiday weekend is always a great time to visit Loch Lomond Shores as we always have lots to do and it culminates with the Breast Way Round charity event which is an amazing spectacle to come and watch. There’s loads on offer and lots of it is free to attend, so come and visit this weekend.’’

For all the latest news and events info visit www.lochlomondshores.com/whats-on

Events Schedule

Friday 26 May

Drakes of Hazard: 12 noon, 1.30pm, 3pm

Saturday 27 May

Murray the Magician 12 noon-3pm

Sunday 29 May

Breast Way Round  1.30pm-3.30pm

Loch Lomond Shores is the gateway to Scotland’s first national park and is situated at Ben Lomond Way, Balloch, G83 8QL. 

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