Latest Updates: UnderOneRoof@trinity

Trinity Winchester will open a new chapter in its 34 years of supporting homeless and vulnerable people in Winchester District by providing accommodation on-site for the first time.

UnderOneRoof@trinity will comprise of 12 ‘flatlets’ for people who are rough-sleeping repeatedly – often the hardest to reach and to help in our community. The flatlets will have ensuite bathrooms to reduce the risk of contagion through sharing facilities, protecting both occupants and the wider community. Residents will be offered individualised person-centred support to help them get their lives back on track and move towards successfully living independently.

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:

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.

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Dolly Mixtures Fashion show

On Thursday 10 October, the Dolly Mixtures Fashion show strutted its stuff at Eastleigh Football Club with the aim of raising funds for Trinity’s new accommodation project “UnderOneRoof@trinity”.

The event was initiated by Durley entrepreneur Brenda Forbes -“A fun evening was had by all who came to watch and support our sell out Fashion show and we are so happy to be able to contribute to this vital accommodation project”.

In an English Country Garden

Mrs Karen Murray and Paul Murray MBE hosted a Summer Lunch Party at their Winchester home in aid of the UnderOneRoof capital fundraising programme at Trinity Winchester. The event was attended by 76 guests and through the generosity of the guests, £9000 was raised towards the project.

Pop Up Restaurant

On Thursday 17th October, Winchester Coffee Roasters hosted a unique Pop up Restaurant in aid of Trinity’s new accommodation project “UnderOneRoof@trinity”.

We send a huge thanks to Fiona Coulter for organising the event, the Coffee Roasters and The Goat, Timsbury for providing the delicious food.

Draper Tools support our project

Draper Tools visited Trinity drop in centre early this year to gain an insight into our great work within the local community and our ambitious accommodation project, which they are kindly sponsoring the purchase of microwaves for each room.

The Need

At Trinity we have worked with many individuals who, because of their complex needs, have struggled to obtain and retain accommodation.

Our project hopes to change this.

Our Solution

Based on the core principles of Housing First, we aim to provide twelve specialist-supported, but self-contained housing units.