What we offer

A table in the Hall with seed donated by members of Stroud Community Seed Bank; this will be packeted and distributed to local amateur growers.

The Trinity Rooms Community Hub is an accessible, safe and welcoming space where people can come together to work, learn, and enjoy themselves.

  • The Base can be used for small meetings for individuals and organisations working within community regeneration and sustainability. Current users include the Earth Protector Community and Stroud Seed Bank. Wifi is available.
  • The beautiful large Hall space is for social and community events such as classes, parties, wakes, concerts… It is also a great venue for workshops. We especially welcome educational, artistic and community events that have a focus on food resilience, health, nature or spirituality. The hall becomes a hive of activity towards the end of each week when Stroudco receives and sorts produce to send out to customers. Recent users of the Hall include Line Dancers, the Stroud Community Seed Bank and Transition Stroud’s Textile Group.
  • The Kitchen is available for hire; it is already used weekly by a lunch club, run by the Independence Trust. It can also be used for workshops to develop skills in preparing, cooking and preserving food.
  • There is further room for expansion as we have space at the back of the Trinity Rooms which will be refurbished. We envisage this space being used, amongst other things, for workshops offering training for young people in a range of practical skills respecting social justice.
A socially distanced group of stitchers, members of Transition Stroud’s textile group.