News and Events

Boomtown Fair raises £2,060.05 for Trinity

Hampshire’s most inspiring independent festival, Boomtown Fair, kindly selected Trinity as their partner charity and as such, will receive all proceeds raised from the sale of their Boomtown Christmas Album, raising a total of £2,060.05.

The brand new and exclusive Boomtown UBS: Now, That’s What We Call Boomtown, included tracks, videos and extras from Chapter 9 of the Boomtown Fair.

Sue McKenna, Chief Executive of Trinity commented, ‘We are overwhelmed by the generous donation towards our work with homeless and young people. Our wide range of services could not continue without support such as this, and we are so grateful for Boomtown Fair in helping us continue our mission’ – Sue McKenna, Chief Executive

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Rathbones volunteer week

Over the course of the last week, our supporters – Rathbone, provided approximately 20 fantastic volunteers to undertake several jobs at Trinity, from painting and gardening to cooking and general maintenance.

We would like to thank Rathbone for freshening up the centre and for their continued support.

Painting our therapy room

Upcycling at Trinity’s Art Café

After being kindly donated by the New Place Hotel, clients at Trinity have been recently designing and up-cycling furniture, ranging from chairs to lampshades, working with both fabrics and paint.

The Art Café, created as a result of wonderful donations, has provided a tranquil and meaningful space where clients can create personal pieces of art that they can feel connected and passionate about.

Our client’s masterpieces will be auctioned at our upcoming Art Exhibition here at Trinity over the summer period. More information to follow. 

Trinity Abseil, thrill seekers needed!

Do you have what it takes to take part in this ultimate challenge to raise funds for us?

Join our team of abseilers descending 100 meters down the Spinnaker tower on Saturday 22nd July. We are looking for our last few volunteers to take on this challenge for Trinity.

Join up here:

A special thanks to A34 Winchester Manchester City Supporters branch

A34 Winchester Manchester City Supporters branch, an official Manchester City Supporters Club have kindly chosen to support Trinity through match day ticket sales, raising £750 in their first year!

The Club felt strongly about finding a local charity to support through their match days and as such, introduced a £1 levy on all tickets ordered through the branch. Over the 2017/18 season, this raised £415, whilst the club topped the total up to £450.

We also send a special thanks to the governing Manchester City Supporters Club, located at Etihad Stadium, who generously match funded the clubs donation, raising the total value to £750.

Trinity would like to thank everyone involved at the A34 Winchester Manchester City Supporters branch for choosing  to support us this year and for many more years to come; we’d like to take this opportunity to welcome the branch to Trinity’s long term supporters.

For more information on the club, please visit their website here.


Charity Partnership with Mountain Warehouse Winchester

UK outdoor retailer, Mountain Warehouse, has designed a range of 5 canvas tote bags, where 100% of the profits from each bag sold will go to local charities around their stores across the UK and Republic of Ireland. We at Trinity Winchester, have been so lucky to be the chosen charity for the Mountain Warehouse Winchester store.

Trinity Winchester and Mountain Warehouse are passionate about supporting the local community, so we hope you will join us in this exciting campaign and pay a visit to the Winchester store to check out the new canvas bag collection.

To find out more information, please click here.

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