Big Sleep Out 2016 Photos

Successful Dinner with Sir Ian Botham raises almost £6,000

On Tuesday 17th May, over 80 people gathered at the Hilton Hotel at the Ageas Bowl to hear Sir Ian share his cricket stories, and help raise money for Trinity Winchester. After a delicious 3 course meal, “Beefy” brought the house down by answering questions from the guests. See some of the highlights in the pictures below. Photos kindly taken and donated by Alan Brindle Photography. (more…)

Big Sleep Out 2016

8th May 2016

Over 60 people Sleep Out to raise money for Trinity Winchester

Over 60 people slept outside Winchester Cathedral on Friday 6th May to raise money for Trinity Winchester.  The event is expected to have raised £15,000 for the charity which supports people who are homeless or vulnerable in Winchester. (more…)

London Marathon 2016

They’ve done it! Trinity had two incredible individuals taking part in the Virgin Money London Marathon in April.

Jenny Farthing completed the run in 4 hours 32 minutes, and when we last spoke said that she definitely would not be doing another marathon! Jenny has smashed her fundraising target, but you can still support her here.

Jenny Farthing

Martin Jacobs’ was assisted in his wheelchair around the course, and finished in a very impressive 6 hours 21 minutes! Martin is spending all year aiming to raise £10,000 for 4 of his favourite charities – and you can still support him here.

Successful Big Sleep Out for 2015

Over 100 people show their support for local homelessness charities at Big Sleep Out Fundraising Event

The eagerly anticipated fundraising event for Trinity Winchester took place on Friday 8th May at Winchester Cathedral, and was a huge success.

The evening event was well attended with approximately 150 people enjoying live music (more…)

An Evening of Style Discovery

trinity-style

In October, women flocked to Marwell Hotel to enjoy An Evening of Style Discovery in aid of Trinity Women’s Service. The event raised £250 and raised awareness of Trinity’s important work. Our sincere thanks to Courtney Winstone, Louise Hill, Nicky Brown, Rachel Foulkes, Catherine Skinner and Nicki Smith.