The Trinity Rooms Community Hub is a collaboration between the Earth Protector Community, Stroudco, the Church, and local individuals. The aim is to provide a space for a range of activities which benefit the environment, and the health and well-being of local people.
Other partner organisations, which use the space for their activities, and which support our aims include: Transition Stroud, Atelier, Stroud Community Seed Bank, and Landwise Network. You can see a diagram of these and other organisations we have linked up with so far here.
But you don’t need to be part of any organisation to use the Trinity Rooms. Anyone can book space here. Look at What we offer.
We are in the early stages of setting up, and have no regular source of funding yet – we are run entirely by volunteers. Donations big or small will help pay for a manager, who can keep the Hub running smoothly and safely. If you are able, please consider making a regular donation.
The main period of growth of the Hub has been during the Covid-19 pandemic. That means that in making plans we have needed to think practically about what can happen there during current restrictions, as well as think about plans for a different kind of future.
The Rooms are open for use, in line with current guidance, and anybody booking a space here will be provided with our Guidelines on how to use the space safely. We aim to keep the Guidelines up to date and we ask you to read them carefully, and comply with what they say.
StroudCo is a not-for-profit supplier of ethical local groceries in Stroud, Gloucestershire.
Earth Protector Communities
Earth Protector Communities is a global movement to protect the land, wildlife, air, soil and water and endorse the Stop Ecocide campaign.
Down to Earth
Stroud Community Seed Bank is a group of volunteer seed guardians growing vegetables, herbs and flowers for seeds under the umbrella of Down to Earth.
Landwise is a grassroots organisation responding to the problems of food security, the climate crisis, habitat loss and reduced biodiversity
Atelier is a textile and craft club, that welcomes anyone that would like to take part in making. Atelier also hosts Stroud Repair Cafe from The Trinity Rooms every last Saturday in the month.
Transition Stroud is part of a global network for people and groups working on the transition to a locally-based low carbon lifestyle