Lindisfarne, named after a small island off the coast of Northumberland. The house is steeped in rich history, being the first living space when Corbenic first opened in 1978. It has seen many changes over the years and is now the middle household within the Mainhouse. It is home to six residents, six co-workers, senior support worker and two house co-ordinators, Dave Reilly and Alex McCabe.
Lindisfarne's sitting room is the heart of the house and from the windows there is a spectacular view to the river Braan and down the valley.
Many of Corbenic's residents started their community life in Lindisfarne. Many of them have moved on to other houses, however are always happy to share memories of life in the mainhouse.
13 February 2018
Sam, one of Lindisfarne's co-workers working his magic with flipping pancakes. Christopher below, having a laugh.
28 February 2017
Iona fully embracing the carnival spirit!
25 May 2017
Dave, Christopher and Mark enjoying lunch and a well earned rest at the top of the hill. Dave's tshirt perfectly mirrored the azure blue sky!
9-16 April 2017
Christopher enjoying the sunny weather on the Palm Sunday boundary walk.
Malcolm on the hunt for his Easter Egg. Looks like he came up trumps! Looking very 'cool' at the beach in Tentsmuir on Easter Monday.