Promoting social inclusion and positive community relations.
Glebe House HCT is a charitable organisation established in 1975.
Our residential and activity centre is situated on a 16-acre site in the tranquil village of Kilclief near Strangford, Northern Ireland, from which we have been promoting social inclusion and positive community relations throughout the province for almost 50 years.
Whilst our society and community have changed since 1975, Glebe House HCT continues to provide a shared, safe, fun and inclusive environment that welcomes and supports people of all ages to come together to work, play and develop relationships.
Today, we work with children, young people and adults to contribute to a peaceful, fair, inclusive society in which each person can be an agent of positive change in their own life and the lives of others.
Our core values
Since its inception Glebe House HCT has been guided by a set of core values.
The Trust gives expression to these values in its dealings with all the Trust’s stakeholders: the adults, young people and children who come to Glebe House; volunteers; employees of the Trust; partner organisations; visiting groups and individuals, and the local community of Kilclief, the Lecale area and more widely in Down and Ards.
Council of Management
Harmony Community Trust (HCT) is a company limited by guarantee (NI10639), is registered with the Charity Commission (NIC102523), and owns Glebe House. The HCT Council of Management has responsibility for the affairs and property of Glebe House and is committed to its values and to achieving its objectives. The members of our Council of Management are: