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Whatever the size or style of the function you are planning, the location is of paramount importance.

The latest visual aids and communications technology is provided regardless of the number of delegates or the length of stay. Our I.T suite also provides excellent training facilities for any business requiring the use of ‘off-site’ I.T capabilities.


Your delegates and colleagues can also take advantage of the full exercise suite and sauna during their visit should they feel like working out or just unwinding.


Entertaining your colleagues and guests could not be easier within the Glebe Centre. We have the expertise to provide everything you need for a memorable occasion whether it is a banquet, dinner dance or celebration party. With flexible table and seating arrangements to suit, a stage for speakers or performers, mouth watering catering facilities, a well stocked bar and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere leaves no-one at the Glebe Centre disappointed.



The Glebe Centre

Durham Place



County Durham

SR7 9BX.



tel/fax: 0191 520 8650


The attention to details, professional appearance and reliable organisation behind the scenes are essential to a successful occasion.  At the Glebe Centre we will work with you to satisfy all your needs to create an effective environment for you and your colleagues.


The Glebe Centre is conveniently located off the A19 dual carriageway giving excellent access from all areas of the north-east as well as an easy transfer from Newcastle and Teesside airports and the regions rail stations and hotels. With ample free parking on site and disabled access the Glebe Centre really is a ‘user friendly’ venue.


The Glebe Centre is unique in its versatility, offering a wide range of room sizes and flexible seating arrangements to accommodate all types of corporate and social events, whether it is for training, conferencing or celebrating.


With suites ranging in capacity from 1 to 350 delegates we can accommodate everything from small meetings and seminars through to large conferences with space for exhibition and display materials.



Murton Parish Council was established by the Local Government Act 1894, and held its first ever Meeting in a classroom at Murton Colliery School, on Tuesday 4th December 1894.
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The Glebe Centre

Durham Place

Murton, Seaham

County Durham