Mullach House is on the top floor of Drumour Lodge in the centre of the Corbenic Community. It's the smallest household in the village but the closest one to the sky, with a beautiful view of the River Braan and Glenshee Hill. This is the warm and cosy home of four residents and up to four co-workers.

Mullach is an old Gaelic word which means: top, summit, peak, roof, lid, crown, upland, height.

The house has four residents, co-workers, a senior support worker Judit Kovak and one house co-ordinator, Dani Torok. To get in touch, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


13 February 2018

Shrove Tuesday

Mullach house were out in force at the pancake tossing in the Hall. Some pictures of the residents and co-workers in full swing.

Rachel gearing up for some serious pancake tossing! Mailin and Calum looking surprisingly pleased with their efforts. 

  

Louise was getting into the spirit, doing a little dance with each flip of her pancake. Hannah, one of Mullach's co-workers showing commitment to the pancake flipping cause! 

 

Mhairi, one of our day participants caught in a moment of great concentration and poise as she steadys herself for the challenge at hand!