2011 Life at Corbenic
Corbenic will celebrate it's 40th birthday this year. It's interesting to see the changes throughout the years, how faces have changed, hairstyles, fashion, but the commitment to the community remains the same. You can watch a video filmed in 2011 of life here at Corbenic and see if you recognise any faces.
19 February 2018
Poetry Path Closures
The Poetry Path from Ossian through the larch woods will be closed from Monday 19th, reopening on Friday 23rd February, due to tree felling. There are signs redirecting to an alternative route.
We apologise for any inconvenience this week.
25 November 2017
All the planning, designing, making, baking and organising on the run up to the market paid off. It was a huge success and we'd like to thank everyone for coming out to support us.
23 June 2017
Corbenic Shop Reopens
Following a period of closure due to essential repairs, the Corbenic Community are pleased to announce that The Corbenic Shop in Dunkeld will reopen from Friday 23rd June. We are excited to have a new cafe layout, new introductions to our menu as well as many unique craft and woodwork products from Corbenic and beyond. And of course, the tasty Corbenic bread! We look forward to welcoming regular customers back, and to opening our doors once again to the Dunkeld and Birnam communities.
24 - 25 June 2017
Celebrations for the family weekend were held in the Yurt on Saturday and Sunday. Family members gathered, happy to see one another and catch up. The atmosphere was relaxed as introductions were made, and talks given on what the families' sons and daughters had achieved over the year i.e hillwalking, cycling and the extension of the Poetry Path.
The 24th June in the Christian calendar is more commonly known as St John's Day. A marker of the life of John the Baptist to "prepare ye the way of the Lord". Martin read from Luke and gave a short talk about taking time to reflect, getting rid of the old in preparation for the new. The metaphorical took the form of a literal lighting of a huge bonfire which quickly burned up the discarded pieces of wood and old furntiture. It was a touching moment to observe sons and daughters with their families connecting with one another as the fire blazed.
The afternoon was spent singing songs and listening to recitals of poetry by Jon Plunkett, Christopher Conlan and Hector MacMillan followed by a BBQ prepared by the community. The day ended with locally picked strawberries and icecream, shared together on the grass. A proper 'family affair'!
After a great deal of work the new website is up and running! We hope that the format will be easier for people to use and the website team will endeavour to update it often. It's quite a change from the old website, with all the photos built up over time.
We hope to add Facebook, Instagram and maybe even Twitter so the wider community can connect, see what's happening and add their comments. Watch this space!