Glebe House is owned and run by Harmony community Trust.

Glebe House is a residential and day activities centre at Kilclief, 3 miles from the village of Strangford in Co Down.

Since 1975 we have been working with community groups and other organisations form Ireland north and south, to provide community relations themed opportunities for children, young people and adults.

Glebe House offers a range of residential and day based programmes, where groups can live, play, work, learn and discover that life can be interesting, rewarding and more fun than the labels that get stuck on us.

For more information contact:

Glebe House

23 Bishopscourt Road


BT30 7NZ

N Ireland

Tele: 02844881374



A project supported by PEACE III Programme managed by the Special EU Body and Delivered by the North Down, Ards and Down PEACE III Partnership 


 This programme will finish 31st July 2011


This programme has been funded by the North Down, Ards and Down Peace III Partnership.

The programme ran from September 2009 until the end of June 2011.

The programme has three strands:

1 A Children and Youth programme.

2 A skills based Adult programme.

3 A cross border programme.

These programmes involved partnerships with community and youth groups in the North Down, Ards and Down council areas, it also had a cross border element with Co Louth.


Who is it for

Anyone in the North Down, Ards and Down District areas who would like to participate in a variety of cross-community and cross-border projects.

People involved in their local community who would like help and support to organise their own cross- community activities for adults and young people.

Enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are more important than experience or skills. Our programmes are     informal and will help you gain confidence, necessary knowledge and new skills.

   There are separate programmes for children, young people and adults of all ages.

   We hope the P3P Project will be of benefit to You

   Your local community or Organisation, and

   To the wider community in

   North Down, Ards and Down. 

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