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Norfolk Christian centre celebrates first year

BelseyBridgeHouse2010: Celebrations are underway as Belsey Bridge marks its first birthday as a Christian conference venue. Several thousand guests have been welcomed through the doors since the Centre launched a year ago.

Belsey Bridge Conference Centre is located on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, only 12 miles south of Norwich and 15 miles from the coast.


This year guests have enjoyed conference facilities including an outdoor swimming pool, football pitches and delicious locally sourced food.


The building was constructed in 1863 as a girls’ boarding school by the Community of All Hallows. The school closed in 1990 and was converted into a Conference Centre. In 2009, CCT acquired the Centre and re-launched it as ‘Belsey Bridge Conference Centre’ with large conference halls, meeting rooms and 85 bedrooms.


Recent comments include:

So warm. Felt like home from home. Staff so helpful. Food lovely Peter and Christine Dawson

Couldn't have been better - perfect for adults, perfect for children David Stolwerk

A peaceful haven with excellent food and care Colin Mills

Your staff are the embodiment of grace Ipswich Community Church

Absolutely excellent in every way Helen and Richard Shipp

Don't just take their word for it - why not go and see for yourself! Simply contact 01986 892133 or email to arrange a visit and complimentary lunch.


Click here to read more about Belsey Bridge on this website

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