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News Update: Our Accommodation Project


Our project to give vulnerable people a home is gathering momentum!

We have now raised nearly £1.3m of our overall £1.47m target. This will give us enough income to cover the building work and all associated professional costs leaving approximately £170k to raise for fitting out.

We had hoped to start building work during early May and have selected a contractor; however, the current national circumstances mean that we must defer starting building work until Autumn of this year.

We continue to be very excited about the project and the current crisis has emphasised the need for secure, safe housing for the most vulnerable and often hardest to reach.

Thank you for helping us reach this truly significant milestone towards Trinity’s ongoing purpose of supporting homeless and vulnerable people.

If you would like to donate towards this project, please use the button below.


Please help to turn the vision into a reality

If you would like to donate towards this project, please use the button below. Alternatively postal donations can be sent to: UnderOneRoof@trinity,
Bradbury House
.Durngate Place,
Winchester, SO23 8DX. Please make cheques payable to Trinity Winchester

If you would like to speak to a member of the team about making a doantion, please contact Paul Williams here.

Top 6 Facts for UnderOneRoof@trinity

We will provide 12 flatlets, with en-suite bathrooms – 1 will be for couples.

A comfortable lounge area, kitchen and therapy room will help people recover and socialise.

Wrap around support and therapies will be provided to help people make positive changes in their lives.

The proven Housing First approach shows that giving people a roof over their head improves their physical and mental wellbeing almost immediately.

Our trained project workers & healthcare specialists will provide full wrap-around support tailored to each person’s needs to help people move on to better lives.

The eco-friendly building will be situated next to Winnall Nature reserve adjacent to Trinity’s current building, this should help mental health by being closer to nature within a beautiful setting.