We all have the right to define who we are, make our own choices, join in the things we love, contribute and share our experiences with others. At times this can be more of a challenge. Trinity Community Project is here to help. We aim to encourage people to participate in a range of social activities within the service and out in the community, which offer choice and promote skills, independence and self-confidence, while maintaining dignity and safety.

We provide:

Day sessions - Available Monday to Friday 9am-2pm. Sessions are facilitated by staff and volunteers providing a range of activities based on individual needs and interests e.g. arts and crafts projects, cooking, access to IT (incl. WI-FI), discussions, going for walks. Clients can choose hours of attendance. Self-referrals as well as referrals from professionals and carers are welcome. Link to Referral form page.

Groups, Courses and Workshops - Time-limited weekly sessions facilitated by people with specialist expertise and volunteers aimed at developing skills and interests, increasing knowledge and understanding, developing self-exploration and coping strategies. Examples include: Art, Exercise, Mindfulness, Support with Work, Cookery, and Gardening. 

Social spaces - Sessions run by staff, volunteers and members providing a range of social activities based on interests, encouraging people to share with others and develop their social skills. Special events and trips are included e.g. Christmas trips, sea-side trips in the summer, canal boat trips.

 

 

Feedback - Below are the feedback forms from volunteers and people who use our service, We are pleased to say that the feedback we have received is very positive, 

 

 Please click here to download the 2016 volunteer feedback report

 Please click here to download the Service user questionnaire feedback 2017

 Please click here to download the 2017 Service user questionnaire results