Glendale Gateway Trust

Making life better for the people of Glendale

Current Projects

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Twin Town
Twins learn from each other – the small town partnership between Wooler and Broughshane, Northern Ireland.
Documentary about the life and work of early feminist Josephine Butler. Josephine gave a voice to women who were being exploited and treated barbarically as part of the Contagious Diseases Acts. She also shone a light on the sexual trafficking of women and girls in the later half of...
Remote Learning
Remote Learning Featured
This project will enable Glendale residents to take part in a broader range of social and educational courses and activities and at the same time introduce them to new ways of using information technology to provide alternative solutions to problems, for example listening to talks. Residents...
Engaging Glendale
Engaging Glendale is a project which aims to inform young people and social and physical activities available to them in Glendale. You can view the information at various locations in Glendale on digital screens: The Drop In, Wooler Glendale Middle...
Housing Featured
Following a successful bid to the Empty Properties Programme, Glendale Gateway Trust currently own and manage eighteen properties which they let at an affordable rate. The properties are largely conversions of properties that have been bought or acquired through Asset Transfer – the income received from rents is directly...
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Glendale Gateway Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales. Registered Number: 1059761.
Registered Address: Cheviot Centre, Padgepool Place, Wooler Northumberland NE71 6BL.
telephone: +44(0)1668 282406   email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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