In opening up the Trinity Rooms as a community space we provide a place for activities which benefit the environment, and the health and well-being of local people, that improve social connection, tackle poverty and promote sustainable development.
Sharing knowledge and ideas
We welcome workshops and classes which improve people’s skills and knowledge in relation to community resilience, low planetary impact living, preventing ecocide, healthy food, health, the environment and biodiversity.
Individuals and community organisations can come together here to discuss common problems and devise solutions to them.
We are especially supportive of activities which pass on skills and resilience to young people.
Arts and the community
We welcome events that bring the arts to the community, especially events with a spiritual dimension.
We welcome activities that help connect people with our planet and its natural riches: through gardening, growing, food preservation…