On Friday 30th June a number of different businesses from across the City spent the day at Trinity Winchester, tidying up the garden and helping to prepare the lunch for the clients. (more…)
Trinity Winchester’s Eating Disorder group will be welcoming two speakers to their meeting on 19th July to share their stories of recovery. Trinity runs two monthly groups, one for those struggling with an eating disorder, and a support group for friends and family. This event will see the two groups come together to hear how other people have overcome their eating disorders, and how to prevent and cope with relapse. (more…)
On 28th May, Lynne Shepherd, who has previously volunteered for Trinity, raised a total of £1055 for the charity by completing the ultimate challenge of a tandem skydive with GoSkydive, the UK’s premier tandem skydive specialist. (more…)
The Big Sleep Out 2017 raised over £35,000 for services for homeless and vulnerable people – but what difference can this really make?
As an example, this is what £35,000 could pay for… (more…)
Trinity Winchester is set to receive a grant of £4,500 from the Denplan Community Fund to pay for gas and electricity costs for the drop in day centre, women’s service and early morning outreach programme for 6 months. Trinity works with over 600 people every year from their base at Bradbury House in central Winchester, through a wide range of services for homeless and other vulnerable people. (more…)