A hamlet on the west coast of the island of Bressay in Shetland, Glebe comprises a few scattered crofts, together with a small sheltered social housing development built in 1975, known as Glebe Park, and Upper Glebe, which lies on opposite side of the road. The settlement takes its name from the land which was once used to support the parish minister.

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